Alex Molinaroli, CEO of the Power System Division at GE

Alex A Molinaroli is the CEO of GE’s Power System Division. He has an MBA from Harvard, and he also attended Columbia University for his undergraduate degree. Mr. Molinaroli was appointed as a member of President Obama’s Export Council in 2011, and he has been awarded honorary degrees by several universities including Columbia University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Carnegie Mellon University and Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Alex is responsible for one of the largest divisions within General Electric – with more than $20 billion in revenue. Read more about Alex in this article, or read GE’s official executive bio.

Alex A Molinaroli has been the Chief Executive Officer of GE Power & Water since July 1st, 2012, and he began serving on President Obama’s Export Council in 2011. Mr. Molinaroli was born in Paris and raised in Brazil by a single mother who immigrated there from Lyon. He attended Columbia University for his undergraduate degree and obtained an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Mr. Alex A Molinaroli began his career in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil at the Parsons Corporation (then called Parson Brinckerhoff) where he worked on several global mega-projects including the World Cup Stadiums in Korea/Japan and South Africa. In 1989, he joined General Electric’s Corporate Audit Staff and relocated to the US in 1993. Mr. Molinaroli was appointed as a member of President Obama’s Export Council in 2011, and he has been awarded honorary degrees by several universities including Columbia University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Carnegie Mellon University and Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

He owns and is a member of the Board of Directors for Columbia University’s Graduate School of Engineering Alumni Society, Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering Alumni Society and Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Alex has been recognized as part of GE’s “Top 40 Under 40” Award Dinner in 2012, named the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s George M. Low ’60 Executive in Residence and received the “Columbia Engineering Alumni Achievement Award” in 2011. He was inducted into Carnegie Mellon University College of Engineering Dean’s Advisory Board in 2010, and he has served as a member of the Board of Trustees at Cooper Union since 2005.

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