Current Names Courtney Abraham as New Chief People Officer

CLEVELAND–(BUSINESS WIRE)–GE Current, a Daintree company, today announced that Courtney Abraham has been named Chief People Officer. She brings extensive experience in organizational development, including recently serving as the Chief People Officer of AML RightSource and as Global Head of Talent Strategy & Development at The Adecco Group.

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“I am excited to be a part of Current’s ongoing evolution as a fast-moving, focused lighting and controls business,” said Abraham. “I look forward to engaging with the team, especially as we adjust to new work practices in the post-pandemic environment.”

“The repositioning of Current over the last two years has primarily been a story of our highly talented team being completely focused on strategic priorities that continually drive a customer-centric approach,” said CEO Manish Bhandari. “Courtney’s expertise and experience are exactly what Current needs to accelerate the growth of our people and our business.”

Courtney holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Bowling Green State University in Ohio, and a Master of Arts in Applied Professional Studies: Organizational Development from DePaul University in Illinois. She has also completed Executive Leadership Programs at IMD in France and Switzerland, and IESE business schools in Spain and China.

Her appointment is effective immediately. She will be based out of Current’s Nela Park, Cleveland office.

About GE Current, a Daintree company:

Current enhances commercial, industrial, city and specialty applications with advanced lighting and intelligent controls. Working with our partners, we deliver the best possible outcomes for our customers. See why Current is always on at


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