Jean Lydon-Rodgers
Jean Lydon-Rodgers

Vice President and General Manager, GE Aviation, Services

Jean Lydon-Rodgers is Vice President and General Manager of GE Aviation, Services, and is responsible for providing operators of GE and its joint ventures’ commercial engines with a customizable product suite to help them lower their lifecycle cost of ownership. She began her career on the Manufacturing Management Program at GE’s aerospace business and then moved to GE Aviation where she has held roles of increasing responsibility in engineering, services, marketing and Military Systems, including serving as vice president and general manager of Military Systems until her current appointment in November 2016. Jean graduated from Penn State University with a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering and from Xavier University with a master's degree in Business Administration.
Stephanie Mains
Stephanie Mains

CEO – Industrial Solutions GE Energy Connections

Stephanie Mains is chief executive officer of GE Energy Connections’ Industrial Solutions business and a corporate officer of GE. Industrial Solutions, a GE heritage business, is a leading provider of advanced technologies that distribute, protect, and control electricity for a variety of industrial, commercial and residential applications around the world. As CEO, she leads the $2.7B organization with a global team of nearly 14,000 employees. Stephanie’s 28-year career spans multiple GE businesses and industries with senior leadership roles in finance, operations and business management. Stephanie was named an officer of GE in 2012 followed by an appointment to vice president of Global Services for GE Power & Water’s Distributed Power (DP) business in 2013. As the DP services leader, she successfully integrated three GE services product lines into one business and earned a GE Chairman’s Award for achieving 19% revenue growth, increasing operating profit, and expanding the lifecycle offerings to include digital solutions and global capabilities. Given her experience as a female executive in STEM-dominated industries, Stephanie remains very passionate about diversity, women’s empowerment, and supporting programs that improve the lives of children and families. Stephanie is an active board member with the National Electrical Manufacturer’s Association (NEMA), Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta, and Boy Scouts of America while she continues to lead and grow the GE Girls STEM partnership with Georgia Institute of Technology. In 2016, she was recognized for her commitment to diversity in her industry by the Technology Association of Georgia.