Supriya Bhandari, GE Africa's Executive Counsel, East Africa and Development and Investment, recounts her journey and how she ended up working at GE Africa. According to Bhandari, "GE Africa provided an opportunity to leverage all that she had learnt from working in emerging markets." This profile is part of GE Reports Africa blog new series: "A Day in the Life Of" which profiles GE SSA's unsung heroes, highlighting their contribution at GE. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
GE Africa, 3 April 2017
Born in Nairobi, Kenya, Supriya Bhandari was the youngest of seven children – six girls and one boy. At the age of 10, her family immigrated to the United Kingdom (UK) to… Read more »
Supriya Bhandari, GE Africa Executive Counsel, East Africa and Development and Investment
The Kusile Power Station, a high-efficiency, reduced-emissions coal-fired power plant will provide electricity to 3 million South African homes when it is up and running. GE ... Read more »