Executive on Sabbatical
Welcome. This information will give you insight into what I am doing right now and what I have accomplished previously in my career.
I was named
GE Current GM Intelligent Cities in 2015.
I leveraged my success in Intelligent Devices to imaging and launch a
new business that delivers SaaS value to cities during LED upgrades with
Intelligent Light Fixtures. These
fixtures contain sophisticated computing and sensors which send events and date
to GE Predix. Applications include
parking & traffic optimization, public safety and environmental monitoring.
I joined GE
Lighting in 2012 as the General Manager of Intelligent Devices. I was responsible for all of GE Lighting’s
professional products that leverage control, networks, software and analytics.
I then used this technology to drive new services/software business
models. GE Lighting’s LightGrid outdoor
lighting control system was the first product in my portfolio.
I joined GE
Healthcare in 2001. I led Software and
Systems Technology for the GE Healthcare Service Technology division through
2004. During this role I released
several remote diagnostic software products to improve field engineering and
customer efficiency. Customer’s
benefited from the first Web-based applications for managing their service
contracts and assets. In 2004, I was
appointed Global Software Engineering Manager for GE Healthcare Magnetic
Resonance products. I led software teams
in the US, India, China and Japan in the development of High-Definition MR.
In 2007, I
was appointed Chief Technology Officer for GE Intelligent Platforms (formerly
GE-Fanuc). In this role, I led
engineering teams at 11 global locations, developing and manufacturing new
industrial control hardware, firmware and software products. Additionally I led a transition of industrial
computing and communication systems into a single technology offering.
Prior to my
career in GE, I was CTO of a home-health care start-up company, and held
leadership and engineering positions with Siemens Medical Systems, Hewlett
Packard and Honeywell.
Northwestern University, graduating with B.S. In Electrical Engineering.