Distributed Power Leadership Team

Stephanie Mains

Vice President
Global Services
GE Power & Water – Distributed Power
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Stephanie K. Mains is Vice President of Global Services for GE Power & Water’s Distributed Power business, a leading provider of power equipment and services. Distributed Power’s product portfolio includes highly efficient industrial aeroderivative gas turbines and reciprocating engines that generate 100 kW to 100 MW of power for numerous industries globally. Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, Distributed Power employs more than 5,000 people around the world.

Stephanie has 24 years of GE experience in finance, operations and business management. She joined GE Transportation as part of the Financial Management Program and during the next 10 years held roles of progressive responsibility in finance and quality at GE Transportation and GE Capital.  In 1999, she joined GE Aviation and held posts including chief financial officer (CFO) for Material Services, CFO for customized service agreements, and quality manager for Engine Services. Upon joining GE Energy in 2006, she oversaw GE’s network of global gas repair centers, program support, and new repair introduction rollouts. She was promoted to General Manager of Parts & Repair Services in 2010, which over two years, transformed into Services Operations, a 3,800-person, $4B global organization responsible for parts and repairs across GE’s gas and steam turbines and generators, as well as global standards for outage execution. Stephanie was named an officer of the General Electric Company in 2012.

Stephanie holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Kentucky.  She and her husband, Charles, have two children – a son Ben and a daughter Grace – and live in Atlanta, GA. 

Distributed Power, which is focused on power generation at or near the point of use, is part of GE Power & Water, an operating unit of General Electric Company (NYSE: GE) and a world-leading provider of power generation, energy delivery and water processing technologies serving all areas of the energy industry, including wind, solar, biogas, alternative fuels, natural gas and nuclear energy. For more information, visit GE at http://www.ge.com/.