Meet Mary Romeo
Access GE Learning Leader# of years with GE: 18 Total years of experience: 43 Top 5 expertise areas: Leadership Development, Vision-Mission-Values Creation, Strategic Planning, Socratic Selling and SFE, Acquisition Integration.
Mary is currently Learning Leader for Access GE sharing key GE revenue & business strategies, industry & operating expertise with key strategic clients. In her 18 years with GE, Mary has worked in several GE Capital roles.
She was hired by GE as an instructional technologist where she designed and taught curriculum for the Risk Management Leadership Program. During the Risk assignment, Mary became one of GE Capital’s first Certified Master Black Belts. After risk management, Mary designed curriculum and taught six sigma and various organizational development classes for GECA CLOE (Center for Learning and Organizational Excellence). From CLOE, Mary was recruited as one of the founding members of Commercial Finance Access GE where she has solved challenges and brought GE expertise to thousands of GE customers worldwide.
Mary is 2013-2014 NAPW (National Association of Professional Women) Woman of the Year. During her professional career of over 43 years Mary has taught for undergraduate, graduate and military schools. She was recruited into the Air Force to design cyclical training for the Command Post in the Air National Guard. Successfully completing that mission, Mary received a Presidential Commission as an MSC Officer to design and execute medical logistics. Having won several medals for excellence, Mary was assigned to a 4 year active duty tour at the Pentagon. Her assignment was to create a nationwide Air Force and DOD assessment from the Malcolm Baldrige criteria for US Organizational Excellence. She became an experienced Baldrige assessor and after successful dissemination of the assessment and curriculum, she was awarded a Meritorious Service medal of excellence. Mary was recruited from the Air Force to join GE.
Mary holds two Masters Degrees Magna Cum Laude in Education and Science Education; she worked on the United States Project 2061 for Science and Math. Mary has an abd PhD in Curriculum and Instruction from Indiana University.