Greg Fell

Greg Fell

COO
Gama Aviation

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Greg Fell is the Chief Operating officer of Gama Aviation. Gama is the largest managed aircraft business in the US, and the exclusive Air Carrier for WheelsUp. Gama flies over 200 flights a day and has over 200 planes under management across the globe.  

Prior to joining Gama Aviation, Mr. Fell served as a General Partner in The Investors Collaborative, a Boston-based venture capital group. As a trusted leader, he formally advised several technology startup companies, and mentored young entrepreneurs on the challenges in starting a technology business.  

In this role, he served as the CEO of Hire Canvas, Chief Strategy Officer of Crisply, and Board Advisor to App Point Software and BlackRidge Technologies. He currently serves as a Director on the Boards of and IoT company Andium, and a Paint and coatings company Pison Steam Solutions. Pison has recently announced a paint coating that creates solar power that could quite literally change the way we think about energy.  

Prior to the Investors Collaborative, Mr. Fell served as Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Terex Corporation, where he led a strategic transformation of the IT Organization. Terex is a manufacturer of industrial equipment that employs 23,000 persons in 50 manufacturing locations around the globe.  

Before joining Terex, Mr. Fell spent nearly 20 years with Ford Motor Company. He started as a developer, and worked his way through a variety of management roles supporting the global Engineering and Manufacturing functions of the company. He has domain expertise on CAD/CAM/CAE systems, Lean Manufacturing, and Control Systems.  

Fell is a graduate of Michigan State University, and spent several years on staff in the College of Engineering as a Senior Research Programmer, and Instructor.  

His book, Decoding the IT Value Problem (John Wiley and Sons, 2013), has gained positive reviews for its research into the management issues and solutions required to make IT projects more successful.