Joe Alfieri – Shaping the Future of Motion Control
Power & Motion has named six industry leaders to its first Editorial Advisory Board. The board’s role will be to help guide the present and future content direction of Power & Motion and to help identify trends and innovations that will shape the future of the fluid power and motion control industries.
The six members of the board are the first members of what we expect will be a larger group of industry experts from all segments of the industry. We continue to accept nominations for Editorial Advisory Board members, and those nominations can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.
This first group reflects the changes in this industry that led us to expand our coverage of fluid power in 2022 under the Power & Motion brand. We are pleased that each of these individuals have agreed to help guide the industry by partnering with Power & Motion.
In January 2021, Moog Inc. asked Joe Alfieri to lead Moog’s new startup for the construction industry named Moog Construction. He currently serves as group vice president and general manager of Moog Construction, which is the Moog Inc. business unit focused on accelerating electrification, automation and connectivity by enabling the world’s safest, most sustainable, and most productive machines.
Joe joined Moog in 2008 as a project engineer in Moog’s Space & Defense Group. After working as a project engineer at Moog, Joe took on new roles in the Moog Space and Defense Group including as a sales engineer, program manager and Commercial Space business manager. Joe then took an assignment in Moog’s Corporate Group as a program director focused on compliance and legal initiatives.
Joe next moved to Moog’s Aircraft Group and served as program director of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program. In January 2019, Moog promoted Joe to general manager of the Aircraft Group’s Commercial Aircraft Business Sector with sales of approximately $500 million; in 2020, Moog promoted Joe to group vice president.
Before Moog, Joe was an operations supervisor at UPS Air Logistics, a manufacturing engineer at Delphi Automotive, and an electrical design engineer and project manager at Illinois Tool Works.
Joe earned his MBA from the University at Buffalo, and he received both his master’s degree in computer science and a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology.