GE today announces the appointment of three new company officers. GE currently has 195 officers globally who lead large revenue-generating businesses or are in critical functional roles, helping to drive growth.
Below are the details of the new officers:
Hasan Dandashly, 53, has been appointed VP, Downstream Technology Solutions, GE Oil & Gas. In this role, he is responsible for leading a newly structured division within O&G bringing together our existing downstream products and services expertise to focus on delivering solutions in both the traditional downstream market and the evolving unconventional oil & gas markets.
Hasan has been with GE for over 15 years, having served to-date in a number of businesses including Oil & Gas, Power & Water, Global Research, Transportation, and Energy. He started his career in software and served in a number of management roles before assuming his current role as general manager for the GE Oil & Gas Global Services business.Hasan is a graduate of the Lebanese American University in Beirut where he obtained a Bachelors degree in Computer Science, and of the University of Minnesota, in the United States, where he received a Masters in the same subject. He is married with 4 children. Jamere Jackson, 44, has been appointed VP & chief financial officer, Drilling & Surface, GE Oil & Gas. In this role, Jamere is responsible for driving financial rigor, developing strategy and implementing change across the Drilling & Surface portfolio. He is also responsible for North America financial operations for GE Oil & Gas. Jamere has been with GE for over 8 years, having served as CFO for Aviation Systems, GE Aviation; CFO of GE Military Systems, GE Aviation; and Chief Financial Analyst in GE's Corporate Financial Planning and Analysis organization, before assuming his current role as CFO for Drilling & Surface, GE Oil & Gas. He is also an active member of GE’s African American Forum affinity network.