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XA100 Adaptive Cycle Engine, Junior Officer Leadership Program Represent GE as Aviation Week Laureate Award Winners
A transformational GE military engine program and a unique GE leadership program are bringing home some hardware as 2021 recipients of Aviation Week Network’s Laureates awards.
See how two members of GE Aviation’s Law Clerk Program used their experiences to make an impact.
Carmen Campbell, the first person to ever transition at GE’s Grand Rapids, Michigan, site and now GE’s Transgender Advocate for Europe, is passionate about using her experiences to help cultivate a safe and supportive workplace for her transgender colleagues.
Heather Apple, Executive, Product Manager, helped establish GE Aviation’s Pride Alliance in Aviation in 2005. She talks about the support she’s received living openly and authentically as a member of the LGBTQAI+ community.
GE Aviation’s Tony Rosa marked his 70th GE work anniversary on June 11, making Rosa the longest-tenured GE employee.
GE Aviation’s Quick Six With Jayesh Shanbhag, Regional General Manager for Customer and Product Support
A proud Pacific Islander from Mumbai, India, GE Aviation’s Jayesh Shanbhag shares how his culture shaped his experiences and how he began his career at GE Aviation.
It was a fitting tribute to Memorial Day, then, for nearly 100 GE volunteers to dedicate portions of their week cleaning and beautifying Hillcrest Cemetery near GE Aviation’s global headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. About 1,400 U.S. military veterans spanning from the Civil War to the Vietnam War are buried at this cemetery. Roughly 95% of those represent African American veterans.
Jen and Carlos Perez started and built their careers at GE Aviation. They met as co-ops 20 years ago and later married.
While the military movie scenes we all know and love are staged, our hearts race like we’re part of the action. For that, you might be able to thank Helinet’s MovieHawk—a surplus U.S. Army Black Hawk helicopter finding its second wind in the entertainment industry.
CEO John Slattery spotlights some of the real work GE Aviation is doing toward our sustainability goals.
GE Aviation is helping lead the industry in Sustainable Aviation Fuel, work critical to helping the global aviation industry meet its collective goals to reduce emissions.
As you can imagine, standing in front of two GE F110 engines integrated into an aircraft is a phenomenal experience for me. Last week, I was fortunate to do just that during a visit to Eglin Air Force Base for the official roll-out ceremony of Boeing’s newly named F-15EX Eagle II.
The Catalyst engine recently passed its ice testing campaign amid glacial temperatures, thanks to a team of seasoned engineers.
When the Royal Air Force (RAF) dismissed Kevin Bazeley in the 1990s for being gay, he was devastated. His experiences with the RAF spearheaded Bazeley’s fight for justice and a lifelong commitment to championing inclusion and diversity in the workplace.
In their respective roles in GE Digital and GE Aviation Customer & Product Support, Keith and Danielle Lesch have made airline support personal missions after their own experience with a flight delay.
GE Aviation’s African American Forum provides a community and voice for Black employees, key to the company reaching its business goals.
Two GE Aviation engineers are ensuring that students see Black role models in aerospace and STEM.
Doris Harakay, an employee at the GE Aviation site in Vandalia, Ohio, will celebrate her 70th work anniversary this month. And she has no plans to stop anytime soon.