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Pamela Fletcher  

Vice President of Global Innovation and Former Chief Engineer of Autonomous & Electrified Vehicles at General Motors

Pamela Fletcher is the VGice President Innovation General Motors. She oversaw the development of the breakthrough Chevrolet Bolt EV, a $37,500 all-electric hatchback that can go 238 miles on a single charge - the first electric car to achieve that kind of range at such a low price point. This electrified the auto industry & put her on Fast Company's list of the most creative people of 2017.

Ms. Fletcher has over a fifteen plus year career with GM, serving in various roles, including as Executive Chief Engineer of Electrified Vehicles, where she led the teams that invent, engineer and produce General Motors global portfolio of electrified and autonomous vehicles. She played an integral role in determining the future for each of these areas. She also served as Chief Engineer of Chevrolet Volt Propulsion System from 2009 to 2012 and as Assistant Chief Engineer, Hybrid & Electric Propulsion Systems from 2007 to 2008. She has been a Corporate Director at Coherent, Inc. since June 30, 2017.

She holds a B.S. Engineering from Kettering University and an M.S. Engineering from Wayne State University.


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