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Andy

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Andy

Title: Vehicle Chief Engineer

What’s the best part about life at GM?

Working on technology that makes a meaningful impact on our customers.

The biggest opportunity I have had for both career and personal growth has come from interfacing with executive leadership at GM. When issues arise, it’s my job to root cause the problems and develop proposals for a technical solution, and a large part of the process is presenting to the program leaders. This not only helps with visibility outside of my immediate organization, but has bolstered my communication skills and confidence to present my findings and ideas.

Morning Ops meeting with the core team, mid-day work groups, afternoon decisions making and direction setting.

What’s been my most exciting project to date?

Being part of the first Autonomous Vehicle program at GM.

What’s the most unexpected skill I’ve gained at General Motors?

Being able to read where technology and society is headed and enabling engineers to achieve the future reality.

What opportunities at General Motors have boosted my career growth?

Working in an assembly plant to launch the C6 Corvette and the Bolt AV, developing the first Li-Ion battery for a GM program, building teams that span from R&D to production engineering.