Global Traffic Technologies Announces New President, Terry Griffith
Global Traffic Technologies (GTT) is pleased to announce that it has named Terry Griffith as its new president, effective March 2022. Griffith previously served as senior vice president of sales and marketing at GTT.
Griffith is an accomplished business leader with a track record of maximizing profitability and creating new business opportunities in highly regulated industries like defense and transportation. He joined GTT from Avon Protection, a world leader in respiratory and ballistic protection, where he served as president for over a year. His background also includes more than seventeen years at 3M, where he earned his Six Sigma certification and held roles of increasing responsibility in several businesses, culminating in leading the Defense and Law Enforcement Global Business Unit. Griffith has previous experience in intelligent transportation systems at 3M, in addition to working in business development at Atkins and Econolite. This experience, along with his dedication to discipline and accountability, makes him the ideal fit for GTT.
“I’m grateful to now be serving as GTT’s president. We have a long history of innovation and a talented team dedicated to continuous improvement and focus on serving our customers successfully,” Griffith said. “My goal is to build on the achievements of the last 56 years while embedding the values of simplicity, clarity, and velocity into the organization. Our future is bright, and we are dedicated to serving and enabling our customers to save and improve lives.”
Griffith’s appointment comes from Vontier’s president and CEO, Mark Morelli. “Terry’s extensive commercial experience and leadership track record of delivering transformative growth aligns perfectly with the work of Vontier and GTT,” Morelli says. “As we look forward, we are confident that Terry is the right person to lead GTT into the connected future and carry on the long legacy of providing the highest level of service and support to first responders and transit agencies worldwide.”