Timothy Howe is the Process Excellence Leader for GE’s Distributed Power business, a leading provider of power equipment and services. The Distributed Power 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.
Before joining Distributed Power, Tim served as managing director and integration leader for GE’s Business Development group in China, launching joint ventures (JVs) and building a disciplined portfolio management approach to driving performance and compliance for all of the country’s JVs.
Previously, Tim worked for GE’s eHealth Solutions business, where he was responsible for global business strategy and channel partner development. Prior to eHealth, Tim spent three years with GE’s Corporate Business Development group. There, he worked on numerous acquisitions and divestitures across the GE portfolio.
Before joining the Business Development team, Tim spent three years on the Corporate Audit staff where he led a number of teams, covering large system implementations, business transformations, and financial and compliance audits globally. Tim began his GE career in the GE Capital Information Management Leadership Program.
Prior to joining GE, Tim founded VindicastMedia Company, which focused on the digital distribution of media; The Martha’s Vineyard Grape Guys, Inc., a non-profit; and I-Juice, LLC, which provided businesses with e-commerce capabilities.
Tim graduated cum laude from Babson College with a B.S. in Entrepreneurial Studies and Management.
A native of Boston Massachusetts, he now lives in Cincinnati with his wife Kristin, daughter Hazel and dog Murphy.
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/.