Graham Webb
Graham Webb
Chief Sustainability Officer
Pratt & Whitney

Graham Webb is Chief Sustainability Officer for Pratt & Whitney, the company that introduced the GTF™ family of engines in 2016 to drive down the environmental impact of the latest generation of commercial airframes. In this role, Webb coordinates the execution of Pratt & Whitney’s sustainable propulsion technology roadmap and strategy, focused on securing funding from government and industry partners and communicating Pratt & Whitney’s sustainability capabilities and achievements to key constituencies. Prior to this role, Webb led the Geared Turbofan engine business program for the Airbus A220 and Embraer E-Jet E2 aircraft and previously served as chief engineer during the development of Pratt & Whitney’s Geared Turbofan engines. Webb’s 30-year career in engineering and aerospace has included leadership roles in operations and in engine turbine development and production implementation. He has experience bringing a wide range of propulsion systems to market. Webb holds a bachelor’s degree in Engineering, a master’s degree in Metallurgical Engineering, and a doctoral degree in Materials Science from Georgia Institute of Technology. He has published numerous technical publications and received a certification for Project Management Professional (PMP) from the Project Management Institute.