Greg Phillips has over 30 years of aviation experience. He has been involved in designing general aviation and military aircraft and has 20 years experience in aircraft accident investigation, accident prevention, communication with domestic and international governmental agencies, aircraft and component manufacturers, airports, and aircraft operators.
Greg serves as a National Aviation Safety Consultant for Willis insurance brockerage and acts as an aviation safety and emergeny response program advisor for airlines, corporate flight departments, airports, and aviation industry leaders.
Greg was an Aerospace Engineer, Senior Air Safety Investigator, Investigator-in-Charge (IIC), and United States Accredited Representative for the National Transportation Safety Board from 1988 to 2004. He was involved in many major accident investigations including US Air Flight 427, United Airlines Flights 232 and 585, and Egypt Air Flight 990.
Prior to joining the NTSB, Greg held engineering positions with Northrop Aircraft (now Northrop Grumman) in Los Angeles, CA and Cessna Aircraft in Wichita, KS.
He is a member of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, and Experimental Aircraft Association. Greg holds a commercial pilot certificate with instrument, multi-engine, and seaplane ratings.
Greg is a graduate of the University of Evansville (Indiana) School of Engineering (1979) and holds a Masters of Arts Degree in Management (1985). He completed the George Washington University/Brookings Institution joint certificate program in Advanced Public Policy Leadership.