David S. Potter

Lead System Validation Engineer at General Motors Corp.

Location:
300 RENAISSANCE CENTER, Detroit, Michigan, United States
Company:
General Motors Corp.
HQ Phone:
(313) 556-5000
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Last Updated 7/10/2016

General Information

Employment History

Technical Writer  - ROCKCRAWLER.com

Executive  - General Motors Corp.

Genuine Rocket Engineer  - Lockheed Martin Corporation

Director and Chairman  - John Fluke Manufacturing Company

Director  - Science Applications International Corporation

Education

B.S.  - physics , Yale University

Ph.D.  - physics , University of Washington

Affiliations

Member of the Investment Committee  - Santa Barbara Foundation

Board Member  - Litex Inc

Board Member  - Science and Engineering Council of Santa Barbara Inc

Under Secretary  - Navy

United States Assistant Secretary  - Navy

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David S. Potter
David S. Potter David S. Potter was United States Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research and Development) from 1973 to 1974 and Under Secretary of the Navy from 1974 to 1976. After he left public service, Potter was a long-time executive at General Motors. http://wn.com/David_S_Potter

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