GE currently has 198 GE officers globally. GE officers lead large revenue generating businesses or are in critical functional roles, helping to drive growth.
Below are details on GE’s two new officers:
Rachel Duan, 40, has been appointed president and CEO of GE Healthcare China. In this new role, she will manage the development and implementation of integrated business strategy for the growth of GE Healthcare in China, which is a critical market for GE.
Duan is an experienced global leader with over 15 years’ experience in GE Industrial and Capital businesses worldwide and leadership roles across Asia. Prior roles include president and CEO of GE Advanced Materials Greater China and president and CEO of Momentive Performance Materials, Asia Pacific.
Duan holds an MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a bachelor’s degree in Economics and International Business from Shanghai International Studies University.
Andrew Way, 39, has been named vice president of Services for GE Oil & Gas, a business within GE Energy. In this role, Way will be responsible for leading continued growth of the business’ equipment repair, maintenance, upgrade and remote monitoring, and diagnostics capabilities across all segments of the oil & gas industry.
Way started his GE career in 1996 in the sourcing organization of GE Aircraft Engines. He held roles of increasing responsibility in Aircraft Engines and Engine Services, before moving to Equipment Services in 2001 where he was promoted to CEO of GE Equipment Services UK.
In October 2007, Way joined the GE Oil & Gas business as the Global Services operations leader. He was promoted to Global Supply Chain & Manufacturing leader in December 2008.
Way holds a master’s in engineering from the University of Wales College in the United Kingdom.
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