GE has announced the board of directors for GE Vernova, the planned independent public company that will be created following its spin-off from GE.
Headquartered in Cabridge, Mass., GE Vernova is a planned, purpose-built global energy company with a stated mission of delivering carbon-free energy through its power, wind and electrification segments.
In connection with the spin-off, GE intends to appoint the following directors to GE Vernova’s board:
- Stephen Angel, former CEO of Linde plc, to serve as non-executive chairman
- Scott Strazik, CEO of GE Vernova
- Nicholas Akins, former chairman and CEO of AEP
- Arnold Donald, former president and CEO, Carnival
- Matthew Harris, founding partner of Global Infrastructure Partners
- Jesus Malave, CFO, Lockheed Martin
- Paula Rosput Reynolds, CEO, PreferWest and former CEO of Safeco and AGL Resources
- Kim Rucker, former general counsel at Andeavor and Kraft Foods Group
- Jessica Uhl, former CFO, Shell
“Our board for GE Vernova brings together multi-dimensional energy transition leadership and strong management and governance experience. This is another important step forward toward spinning off GE Vernova as a standalone company focused on electrifying and decarbonizing the world,” says GE Vernova CEO Scott Strazik.