Grassroots Culture at GE

Join us on Thursday, February 23, when Catherine Daubert Perry will discuss how GE is transforming to become the world’s premier digital industrial company – a change that has been evident in GE’s portfolio as well as the employee experience. One tool that GE has employed as it strives to be more nimble and adept is the implementation of culture-focused, mission based teams

When: Feb. 23, 2016 @ 12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m.
Where: GE Energy Management (CentreGreen Park) | 2000 CentreGreen, GE | Training Center – Building 1, First Floor, Cary, NC, 27513

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Catherine Daubert Perry has been with GE for 14 years and amassed expertise mainly in supply chain in the GE energy businesses, most notably with extensive responsibility in GE’s Renewables business for electrical equipment sourcing. Her most recent role was as Transformation Leader for the Industrial Solutions Power Equipment business, where she provided change leadership for cultural and structural changes within GE’s Mebane, NC factory.

Currently Catherine is Senior Product Manager for NEMA A-Series Lighting Panels, with responsibility for direction and results of the product from design creation and selection through manufacturing and marketing/sales. She also serves as co-leader of the Industrial Solutions Culture Council, a grassroots engagement mission-based team within GE representing a diverse global population.

A graduate of North Carolina State University and the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, Catherine led GE’s recruiting efforts at NCSU for 7 years and continues to advise NCSU’s career development center and support GE university recruiting. Outside of GE, Catherine enjoys vinyasa yoga, travel, making and consuming great food, and chasing her two boys, ages 5 and 7.