Terry Dunlap

Principal, Sweetwater LLCTerry Dunlap

Executive leadership at the domestic and international levels

Terry Dunlap knows what it takes for companies to succeed in today’s global marketplace. He is currently the Principal of Sweetwater LLC, a Pittsburgh-based consulting and investing firm focusing on manufacturing and technology. He also serves on the Board of Directors for Matthews International (MATW), TimkenSteel (TMST) and Elliott Group (EBARA).

Prior to Sweetwater, Terry had a 31 year career helping Allegheny Technologies Incorporated (NYSE: ATI) become one of the largest and most diversified specialty materials and components producers in the world. Most recently, he was Executive Vice President, ATI Flat-Rolled Products from 2011-2014. In addition to unprecedented growth, Terry and the ATI executive team established a “Do What’s Right®” philosophy, achieving world class employee health and safety results.

Terry also served as President, ATI Allegheny Ludlum and Executive Vice President of ATI Flat-Rolled Products Group. Prior to his appointment as President in 2002, he held numerous positions in domestic and international sales, marketing, manufacturing, supply chain, logistics, and information technology. He served as General Manager of multiple Business Units; Vice President of e-Business; Vice President, Procurement; and CIO, with responsibility for Procurement, Logistics, and Information Technology at ATI.

Additionally, Terry served as a member of ATI’s Management Executive Council (2002-2014) and was a board member of ATI’s STAL (China) and Uniti (Russia) joint venture companies. He is a past member of the Metal Service Center Institute (MSCI) National Board. He is currently Vice President of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) Foundation Board, and works with a number of nonprofit organizations in the Pittsburgh area.

Terry received his Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Honorary Doctorate for Public Service from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania and attended Loyola University of Chicago’s MBA program.