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Daniel Garceau

Chief Supply Chain Officer

Dan serves as GE Vernova’s Chief Supply Chain Officer, a role that will guide our businesses’ supply chains, sourcing, capital allocations, supply chain development, the Kaizen Promotion Office (KPO) for Lean, Quality, and EHS (Environmental, Health, and Safety). In this role, he will continue to drive our Lean transformation, establish our leadership operating cadences, and help operationalize our “Energy to Change the World” purpose through Hoshin Kanri, SQDC (Safety, Quality, Delivery, Cost) culture, and managing for real results.

Dan joined GE in June 2020 as Group Vice President of Lean and Business Operations for Gas Power and most recently served as the Group Vice President of Global Supply Chain for Gas Power. He brings deep, operational domain expertise with more than 30 years of experience in manufacturing industries. Dan joined our team from Autoliv, where he served as President of Autoliv Americas and as a member of their Executive Management Team. During his more than two decades of increasing responsibilities at Autoliv, he built a foundation in and cultivated his mastery of Lean, beginning in 1999 when Autoliv expanded its working relationship with Toyota. Dan left Autoliv for almost three years and served from 2008 to 2010 as a corporate director for the Danaher Business System (DBS) at Danaher Corporation. He helped govern Danaher’s methods and philosophy of continuous improvement and change – rooted in the customer-facing priorities of quality, delivery, and innovation before returning to Autoliv in 2010.

Dan holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the University of Michigan and a Master of Business Administration from Utah State University.