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Christina Andersen is a 26 year GE veteran with a broad background in the energy and oil and gas space. Currently, she serves as Vice President, Flow & Process Technologies at Baker Hughes, focused around research, design, manufacture, sales and service of reciprocating compression products generally applied in the Oil & Gas industry (principally upstream and midstream). The business maintains active operations around the word, including manufacturing footprint in Shenyang and sales & administration in Beijing (shared GE facilities). Reciprocating Compression is part of GE’s Downstream Technology Solutions which resides under GE Oil & Gas. Christina began her career with GE in the Manufacturing Management Program for GE Appliances in 1993. In 1995, she joined the Power Business and moved through a series of Quality and Technology leadership roles through 1999. In 2001, she was promoted to the General Manager of Gas Turbine Services Engineering. In 2005, she became the General Manager of the Global Parts Order Management COE. In 2008 Christina led the Performance Services team in GE Energy Services providing upgrades and modifications to existing power equipment. Christina led the acquisition integration of the Flow & Process Technologies business within Measurement & Control. Lastly from 2012 – 2016 she has led the Measurement & Sensing Business providing instrumentation and sensors across numerous markets including Oil and Gas, Power Gen and Nuclear. Christina earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Clarkson University and an MBA from Duke University.