October 01, 2015

Jamie Miller joined GE Transportation, October 1, 2015 as Senior Vice President of GE and President and Chief Executive Officer of GE Transportation.

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Jamie Miller joined October 1, 2015 as Senior Vice President of GE and President and Chief Executive Officer of GE Transportation, a global technology leader and supplier to the rail, mining, marine, stationary power and drilling industries with annual revenue of $5.9 billion and 10,000 employees globally. Products include freight locomotives, such as the GE Evolution Series Tier 4, parts and services, and RailConnect™ 360 – a connected suite of software solutions that provides data-driven insights to our customers and helps them achieve mission success. Core technology from the locomotive business is extended into adjacent markets to deliver marine diesel engines, mining extraction equipment and process optimization solutions, diesel power, and motors for drill rig applications.

Jamie previously served as Chief Information Officer for GE. She led the company’s global Information Technology strategy, services and operations, and delivered innovative and transformational solutions for GE, its customers and employees. Jamie joined GE in 2008 as Vice President, Controller and Chief Accounting Officer. 

Prior to joining GE, Jamie served as the Senior Vice President and Controller of WellPoint, Inc., managing investor relations, controllership, financial planning and analysis, tax and financial systems for the company. She was a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP where she held numerous roles.

A graduate from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, Jamie serves on the Board of Girls Who Code and is a member of the Sutter Hill Ventures Advisory Board.

She and her husband have three children.

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