Harris has served as a corporate executive and CFO in the aerospace and defense sector with more than 40 years of experience. His formative years were spent at General Electric, where as a graduate of their Financial Management Program, he spent ten years in a multitude of financial and contractual assignments. In 1992, Harris joined Sensis Corporation, a startup founded by former GE executives. Sensis was sold to Saab Aerospace and Defense, a $4B multinational A&D company, in 2011. Harris was named the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Saab’s US Operations after the Sensis acquisition.
Harris earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Cornell University and has firmly put his roots in Central New York (CNY). Over the years Larry has served on the Finance and Audit Committees of Syracuse Stage, the Salvation Army, the Francis House, Upstate Medical University Foundation and the Syracuse Chamber of Commerce. Today, Harris sits on the Board of ICM, a manufacturer of industrial controls. In 2009, Harris was named CFO of the Year in CNY.