Stephen Angel to Lead GE Vernova Board of Directors


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.

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