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Jeanne-Mey Sun, Ph.D., was most recently Executive, Energy Transition and Clean Energy Solutions at Baker Hughes company, the global energy technology company. At Baker Hughes, she led the development and operationalization of the company's energy transition strategy which included writing the company's commitment to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, building a portfolio of low carbon solutions, and working with key customers on joint carbon footprint reduction efforts. Other leadership roles at Baker Hughes included leading strategic growth initiatives and corporate strategy.

Prior to Baker Hughes, Jeanne-Mey was Vice President, Strategy at Sysco Corporation, the global foodservice marketer, distributor, and supply chain company, and Principal at global management consultancy A.T. Kearney, where she served clients in multiple industries included consumer products, retail, and automotive.

Dr. Sun earned a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Chicago, an M.A. in European Economic Studies from the College of Europe in Brugge, Belgium, and a B.A. in Economics and International Relations from the University of Toronto.

Jeanne-Mey is active in the Houston community, including in various capacities at Rice University. She is a member of the Baker Institute's working group on carbon capture and hydrogen in the Texas industrial sector, has served as an advisor on the Rice Alliance Energy Advisory Board, has mentored energy-focused start-ups at Rice's OwlSpark start-up accelerator, and serves as a judge in the annual Rice Business Plan Competition. She also serves on the board of the Houston Hispanic Forum. She has consulted for the Center for Houston's Future and is active in its low carbon energy initiatives. She is a member of the Greater Houston Partnership and its Energy Advisory and Executive Women's Partnership committees.