H. Lawrence Culp, Jr.
H. Lawrence Culp, Jr. is Chairman and CEO, GE, and CEO, GE Aerospace
Responsible for the design, development, certification and field services of GE Aerospace’s commercial engines.
Responsible for leading the executive team in the creation and implementation of diversity programs and establishing institutional accountability and measuring progress.
Responsible for leading GE Aerospace's Lean transformation, changing the way we do business and incorporating lean into our daily operations.
Responsible for leading the Digital Technology function and driving GE Aerospace's digital industrial strategy.
Responsible for leading the Human Resources strategy, culture, and execution.
Responsible for global communications, media relations, financial communications, and corporate reputation.
Responsible for financial strategy for GE Aerospace's $30 billion aerospace business with more than 80 facilities in 21 countries around the globe.
Responsible for leading the Defense & Systems organization focused on developing and manufacturing engines and systems for military air combat, trainer, tanker, helicopter, and marine applications.
Responsible for leading the global Manufacturing and Supply Chain made up of eight part families across 32 sites in seven countries, the sourcing organization, and product quality.
Responsible for leading the strategy for Commercial Engines Operation.
John T. Martinez
Responsible for developing and executing GE Aerospace’s business and legal strategy across the commercial aviation and defense sectors and leads GE Aerospace's global legal, contracts and compliance organizations.
Responsible for leading strategy and execution for Propulsion & Additive Technologies.
John S. Slattery
John S. Slattery is Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer of GE Aerospace.
Responsible for leading the Commercial Engines and Services businesses.
Responsible for leading a the company’s products and services growth and owning the GE Aerospace brand.
Responsible for operational and cultural transformation across GE Aerospace.