Michael H. Train, MBA ‘91
President of Global Sales
Emerson Process Management
Michael H. Train received a BS Electrical Engineering degree from General Motors Institute and an MBA from the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. Mike also completed the coursework for an MA Asian studies while at Cornell and completed the Japanese FALCON program, a one-year intensive Japanese language course.
Mike assumed the role of President of Global Sales for Emerson Process Management in October 2010. In this capacity, Mike has responsibility for five World Area regional organizations with focus on sales, service, support, and customer satisfaction across all products and services provided by Emerson Process Management. Mike is a member of the Emerson Process Management leadership team which drives strategic initiatives and investments for the entire business group.
Prior to his role of President of Global Sales, Mike assumed office as the President of Rosemount from October 2008 to October 2010. Rosemount, headquartered in Chanhassen, is recognized as the world leader in the design and manufacture of instrumentation, including a complete line of pressure, temperature, flow and level products and is the largest of several business units that comprise Emerson Process Management.
Prior to Rosemount, Mike was the President of Emerson Process Management Asia-Pacific and led the growth of the business from $400M to $1.4B in sales with employment expanding from 2,000 to 7,000. From 1997 to 2002, Mike held the position of Corporate Vice President, Planning and International at the corporate headquarters of Emerson in St. Louis, Missouri. Mike was one of the pioneering members of the Emerson Asia-Pacific headquarters in Hong Kong as the Vice President, Planning & Development for Asia-Pacific and then spent two years as the President of Emerson Japan and Korea based in Tokyo. Mike began his career at Emerson in 1991 as an international planner at the corporate headquarters in St. Louis.
Mike resides in Excelsior, MN, is married to Jean and has five children. Mike currently serves on the Cornell Johnson School Advisory Council and was a 2008 Eisenhower Fellowship recipient.