Mary Coyne

Mary Coyne

Commercial Leader, Offshore Wind

GE Renewable Energy

Saratoga Springs, NY USA

Any successful person that you see is more often than not the product of people who have taken the time to talk to them about their journey.


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Mary Coyne


My road in life took a while to figure out.
I earned my bachelor’s degree in political science and history from the University of Notre Dame.
After graduating, I joined the U.S. Navy as a nuclear submarine officer and was part of the first generation of women to serve on submarines.
I spent seven years in the Navy and realized I wanted to keep working in something like nuclear energy after getting out.
Finding a role in an industry I liked and in the places I wanted to live was difficult, but I fortunately found a position in renewable energy in upstate New York, a place we did want to live in.
I joined GE Renewable Energy through the Junior Officer Leadership Program for former military officers.
I now work for GE Renewable Energy as a commercial leader for offshore wind services.
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Commercial Leader, Offshore Wind

I manage offshore wind services product sales contracts.

Career Roadmap

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Accomplishing Goals

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for everyone

I recommend reaching out to people in the industry to learn more. Utilize LinkedIn to find people to talk to. More often than not, people are more than willing to lend a few minutes of their time to help you learn and articulate how and where you want to be a part of this industry.


The Noise I Shed

From Myself:

"I made a mistake. That's not okay. I can't move on from this."