Jen led the global additive manufacturing team for Wabtec Corp. and oversaw additive engineering design, prototyping, and parts production for Wabtec’s global additive manufacturing efforts. She formed the original AM team at G.E. Transportation (now Wabtec), successfully led the launch of over 50 production additive parts, and opened four global labs in the U.S. and India with a wide range of metal and polymer 3D printing capabilities. Prior to her start in additive manufacturing, Jen led the PLM launch and held several roles in systems engineering, specializing in locomotive traction, propulsion systems, and energy storage reliability. As a graduate of the Edison Engineering Development Program, she received intense technical training and business-critical assignments, including on-shore wind and diesel engine emissions design engineering roles. Through her extensive work in the industry, Jen is also the recipient of 8 U.S. patents. Jen currently serves as an SME Additive Manufacturing Community Advisor. She’s also received multiple recognition awards, including one of 2020 Railway Age’s Top Women in Rail, 2017 G.E. Transportation’s Women in Technology award, and the 2013 G.E. Transportation Innovation Engineering award. Jen holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Grove City College and an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology.