Todd Siena, a Shanghai-based aerospace professional, is a motivational leader, entrepreneur, and international deal-maker. Todd Siena comes from the leading edge of the millennial cohort with over a decade of experience executing on projects in commercial aerospace manufacturing, MRO, aftermarket, and finance. He is the Founder and CEO of Avia-Tek a successful trading and consulting company that counts multinationals, state-owned enterprises, airlines, and large financial institutions amongst its satisfied customers.

Siena, an Asian-born American, has lived in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, Ohio, North Carolina, and Florida. He speaks Chinese and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Asian Studies and Entrepreneurship from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was awarded the Stedman Award for Entrepreneurship and a fellowship with the Ewing Marrion Kauffman Foundation.

Siena’s expertise is in his ability to bring together people and resources of different professional backgrounds to successfully complete international aerospace projects within multi-cultural environments. He recently founded Block Aero Technologies, a ‘BaaS’ software start-up utilizing artificial intelligence to revolutionize how we manage aircraft material.

Todd has spoken to leaders of the global aviation industry at the widely respected SpeedNews Aerospace Suppliers Conference, MRO Network Airline Maintenance & Engineering, Airport Cities, Aerotropolis Conference, and interviewed on TV productions by Discovery Channel and ICS Shanghai Media Group. For his professional achievements, he was recognized in 2015 as one of the Top 40 Under 40 Executives by McGraw Hill Financial – Aviation Week Science & Technology.

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