TBGA appoints Jennifer Coyne Associate Director of Programs

March 26, 2021

Jennifer Coyne will oversee project development and execution in her new role at The Barnes Global Advisors (Courtesy The Barnes Global Advisors)

The Barnes Global Advisors (TBGA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, has announced the addition of Jennifer Coyne as the Associate Director of Programs. Coyne is a long-time collaborator of TBGA and will oversee project development and execution.

“Jen is a tremendously valuable addition to our ADDvisor® team,” commented John Barnes, TGBA founder and Managing Director. “Her depth of experience in heavy transportation, multiple forms of AM and service minded leadership aligns perfectly with our core mission to industrialise Additive Manufacturing on a global scale.”

Coyne previously led the Global Additive Manufacturing Team for Wabtec Corp and oversaw Additive Engineering Design, Prototyping, and Parts Production Wabtec’s global AM efforts. She formed the original AM team at GE Transport (now Wabtec) and led the launch of over fifty production additive parts and opened four global labs in the US and India with a range of metal polymer AM capabilities. Throughout her career, she has also been the recipient of seven US patents.

Currently, Coyne acts as an SME Additive Manufacturing Community Advisor. She has also received multiple 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.

Prior to starting in Additive Manufacturing, Coyne led the PLM launch, held roles in Systems Engineering specialising in Locomotive Traction, Propulsion Systems and Energy Storage Reliability. She holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Grove City College, Pennsylvania, and an MS in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She is a graduate of GE’s Edison Engineering Development Program and received intense technical training and business-focused assignments, including On-Shore Wind and Diesel Engine Emissions Designs Engineering Roles.


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