Jennifer Coyne is the Global Additive Manufacturing Leader at Wabtec Corporation where she oversees Additive Engineering Design, Prototyping, and Parts Production for Wabtec’s global additive manufacturing efforts. Since forming Wabtec’s first Additive Manufacturing team, she has successfully led the launch of over 12 production additive parts and opened 3 global labs in the US and India with a wide range of metals and polymers 3D printing capabilities. Prior to her start in Additive Manufacturing, Jennifer led the PLM launch at GE Transportation, held several roles in Systems engineering specializing in locomotive Traction, Propulsion Systems, and Energy Storage Reliability. She started her career with GE as part of the Edison Engineering Development Program, a 2-year training program designed for professional development through intense technical training and business-critical assignments including On-Shore Wind and Diesel Engine Emissions Design Engineering Roles.
Jennifer currently serves as an SME Additive Manufacturing Community Advisor and she has 6 US patents awarded or pending. She’s also received multiple recognition awards including one of Railway Age’s Top Women in Rail 2020, 2017 GE Transportation’s Women in Technology Award, and the 2013 GE Transportation Innovation Engineering Award. Jennifer holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Grove City College and an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology.