Kevin Harris

Kevin offers natural resource clients a global perspective on their most pressing leadership challenges.

Kevin Harris provides executive coaching and senior executive assignments for regional and global clients across the industrial and natural resources sector at the ExCo, CEO and board levels. Based in Shanghai, China, Kevin is a former corporate vice president with technology, automotive, electronics and supply chain management experience. He provides advisory and search across the globe with specific expertise in high-growth markets, especially China and Asia Pacific. He is an expert in recruiting C-level executives, providing clients with tailored solutions to address their most pressing leadership and talent challenges. He has held management roles in automotive and technology companies. Kevin developed his corporate executive career at TE Connectivity, where he was the firm’s VP global supply chain overseeing $8 billion of spend. He also led the company’s consumer industrial solutions operations in the Asia Pacific region, providing oversight of 13 facilities and more than 22,000 employees. Earlier, Kevin served as operations director for Asia Pacific, Latin America and the Middle East at Haworth with a focus on developing South Africa, China, India and Brazil. Kevin also established manufacturing operations in India. He began his career with IBM, where he spent 10 years in engineering and US sales and marketing. He also led engineering and manufacturing functions for Japanese automaker Calsonic in North America.

"Developing businesses and talent is my passion."

Kevin received his BS in engineering, with honors, from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and his MBA from Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro.
Six Sigma Academy/Haworth Black Belt Certification Program, 2003 AchieveGlobal Zenger Miller Certified Trainer, Facilitator, 2002 Certified Quality Engineer, 1998
Read more Read less
Get In Touch with Kevin

Kevin is a University Fellow at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business and a board member of the Michigan-based Global Business Leadership Center.