Working in the commercial parts supply industry was just the beginning for Robinson Zapata. As a 17-year GE Aerospace employee and member of the U.S. Army Reserves, he found his true calling and fell in love with the precision and dedication required in the aviation industry. What really motivates him are the people he works with.
Chasing the Contrails: GE Aerospace Teams Up with NASA and Boeing to Take a Closer Look at Emissions
This GE Aerospace team is getting to the heart of what sustainability actually is.
Meet veteran Brendan Costello, a member of GE Aerospace’s Military Officer Leadership Program (MOLP).
In this installation of Quick Six, GE Aerospace chatted with Miriam Alvarez, Senior Manufacturing Manager.
Alvarez has been with GE Aerospace for 13 years, during which she’s been deeply involved with the Hispanic Forum, which has incited her commitment to volunteer in the community and grow her career through mentorship.
As we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, we sat down with Maribel CortesConde, Digital Technology Technical Program Manager, to talk about the impact GE’s Hispanic Heritage Forum has had on her professionally and personally.
‘Restored Our Faith in Humanity’: Wrapping Up a Reality Show Devoted to Veterans, Sponsored by GE Aerospace
Military Makeover with Montel, a reality show on Lifetime and the Armed Forces Network, revamped a veteran’s home in Lynn, Massachusetts. As the final episode aired last week, the family said it “restored our faith in humanity” to see the contributions of volunteers, including a big contingent from GE Aerospace.
In the annals of engine production, the GE90 holds a special attraction for both the aviation world and the people at GE Aerospace who’ve worked on the engine program. Today GE Aerospace announced that it has delivered its 3,000th GE90 production engine.
From months to weeks. Thanks to a game-changing partnership with GE Aerospace and Airlink, Matthew 25: Ministries was able to swiftly deliver aid in Ukraine. Together, they were able to airlift 47 pallets of supplies to the Federation of Jewish Communities of Ukraine, reaching over 21,000 people in need.
Over the past 20 years, Nolita Lewis has logged hundreds of hours in Cincinnati-area schools, serving as a student math tutor and a STEM mentor for girls.
Chef’s Whites to Factory Floor: GE Aerospace’s Apprenticeship Program Showed One Technician a New Career Path
Andrew Dubrule began his career as a chef. Armed with a culinary arts degree from the State University of New York at...
In our next instalment of Quick Six, we sat down with Hannah Gray, who was recently a finalist in the British Ex-Forces in Business Finalist for her work as an advocate for Veteran’s transitioning into commercial careers. She leads GE’s Military Officer Leadership Program for the UK and is also a regular speaker at Officers Association & Forces Employment Charity employment summits specifically supporting female veterans and those interested in commercial careers.
Beds to Paint: Volunteers Help Remodel Veteran Family’s Home for Reality Show Sponsored by GE Aerospace
Military Makeover pulls together local businesses and volunteers to carry out home improvements — everything from installing new flooring to revamping a patio — based on the needs of the veteran’s family. The new season, which premieres August 11 on Lifetime, will be sponsored by GE Aerospace as part of the company’s ongoing commitment to service members. In return, the show’s producers chose to help a family in Lynn, home to GE Aerospace’s flagship defense plant.
For our next installation of Quick Six, we sat down with Jami Tomczak, Lean Facilitator for supply chain at GE Aerospace’s Grand Rapids, Michigan, location. She’s been with GE Aerospace for four years and helps drive improvement by ensuring that people at her site are executing lean practices. She does this by fostering an environment of learning so everyone can develop creative solutions using lean. Jami is not only passionate about lean, she’s also an active member in the Pride Alliance employee resource group (ERG) at the Grand Rapids facility. She’s an advocate and hopes to inspire others to live in their truth by showing up as her authentic self to work every day.
In our next installation of Quick Six, GE Aerospace sat down with Andy Bell, a member of the Military Officer Leadership Program (MOLP). Bell spent 25 years flying several front-line aircraft for the Royal Air Force before joining GE Aerospace a year ago.
Open Skies: Why the CFM RISE Program Has ‘Mentour Pilot’ Petter Hörnfeldt Telling the World About Open Fan
Petter Hörnfeldt, also known as ‘The Mentour Pilot,’ is an AvGeek and influencer who’s recent video raved about the CFM RISE program and its potential.
See why the commercial pilot is passionate about the program and what it means for the Future Of Flight.
Kyle Varble, the Tenth Family Member to Work at GE, Is Still Calling His Father (the Fifth) for Advice
Kyle Varble, the Tenth Family Member to Work at GE, Is Still Calling His Father (the Fifth) for Advice.
In our next installation of Quick Six, GE Aerospace sat down with Liam Richards, Operations Management Leadership Program (OMLP) & Early Careers Leader for Avio Aero. Richards has been with the company for nine years, starting off as an intern and then participating in Operations Management Leadership Program (OMLP). He’s currently responsible for recruiting, engaging, and developing early career talent for Avio Aero.
The 2023 Paris Airshow is coming up very soon, and evaluation engineer, Alisha Davis-Kent, is going to represent GE Aerospace and give us a behind the scenes look at what happens during the airshow. As an evaluation engineer, Davis-Kent has a front row seat to GE’s specialized jet engine testing. Her role is to help coordinate development tests of commercial and military engines, gathering the engineering data that help certify jet engines and further the capabilities of flight.
MRO Americas is the largest trade show in the world that’s dedicated to aviation maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO). In April, 850 exhibitors and more than 15,000 people attended the three-day show in Atlanta, including airlines, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and MRO service providers like GE Aerospace, leasing companies, aviation authorities and regulators.
Veteran Family Chosen for 35th Season of ‘Military Makeover with Montel’ in Partnership with GE Aerospace
The Carmody family, a veteran family, was chosen for 35th season of ‘Military Makeover with Montel’ in partnership with GE Aerospace. Airing on Lifetime and the American Forces Network, Military Makeover pulls together businesses and local volunteers to carry out home improvements — everything from installing new flooring to revamping a patio — based on the needs of the veteran’s family. By appearing on Military Makeover, the Carmodys hope to “bring light to the mental health issues veterans may silently face even when they seem OK,” the family says.