Nancy Anderson

General Electric

Nancy Anderson is Vice President & Chief Information Officer (CIO) at GE. She leads the company’s Digital Technology (DT) organization and is responsible for the successful operation of GE’s technology infrastructure and supporting applications globally. Nancy and her team drive investment and innovation into digital technologies to support GE and its customers. Her organization focuses on securely innovating, developing and running applications to improve GE’s business processes and outcomes.

Before assuming the CIO role permanently, Nancy was named interim CIO in February 2020, enabling GE’s global DT organization to continue driving mission-critical priorities in support of GE’s transformation through the challenges and pressures of COVID-19. Prior to this, Nancy served as CIO for GE Power from 2017 to 2020, helping the business navigate through some of its toughest challenges, including simplifying the systems environment and improving business processes.

Prior to Power, Nancy spent much of her career in GE Transportation. She held numerous positions of increasing authority – both within information technology and the business – and was named CIO of GE Transportation in 2006.

Nancy received her MBA from Penn State University and her undergraduate degree in Accounting from Alfred University. Nancy is an alumni fellow for Penn State University and served as the GE Executive for many years. She is a Champion for the GE Power Women’s Network, sits on the GE Corporate Advisory for the Women’s Network and championed GE Girls in Erie, PA – a focus on inspiring middle school girls in STEM.