A note from GE Capital President, Thomas Gentile

gentileRecently, Thomas Gentile was presented with the Leadership and Service in Technology (LST) award here at Pace University. The award aims to recognize those who have made outstanding achievements in technology by demonstrating their commitment to development, innovation, research, and application within the field.

On receiving his award, Mr. Gentile gave a presentation during which he discussed the crucial need for technology professionals, particularly in the field of cybersecurity.

Mr. Gentile had these remarks regarding the award and GE’s partnership with the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems:


“It is an honor for me to accept the Leadership in Service Award from Pace University. And GE Capital is proud to partner with Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems on the important initiative of improving the access of young women to STEMC academic studies and careers.

“Seidenberg has been a leader in promoting STEMC studies, and this partnership will help pave the way for future leaders to enter these important fields. We are also delighted to have the opportunity to work closely with Dean Amar Gupta. Dean Gupta has been a thought leader and innovator in emerging technical areas like tele-medicine and cyber security which are very important to GE’s global strategy to become the one of the world’s leading infrastructure company. His passion and energy have facilitated important collaborations between industry and academia which are taking STEMC studies to the next level.”

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