• Qiong Sun

  • Qiong Sun, VP & GM at TE Connectivity, Global Automotive E-mobility Business

    Qiong Sun leads the automotive E-mobility business at TE Connectivity and oversees business strategy, product management, technology roadmap, and development and go-to-market for TE’s high-voltage products and solutions aimed at the global electric vehicle market. She has over 28 years of transportation experience and diverse industry consulting background specializing in vehicle electrification, energy storage and active safety. She has great passion for working with cutting-edge technologies and innovations and leveraging them to make an impact in the industry.

    Prior to joining TE, Ms. Sun was the vice president of global electrification business at Lear Corporation, responsible for its business P&L. Prior to that, she served as the vice president of global engineering and product management for Tenneco and led advanced engineering, product development, applications, and launch. Before then, she served as the engineering director for Li-ion batteries at Johnson Controls Power Solutions from 2011 to 2016. She played a key role in establishing and operating the Advanced Battery Technical Center in Shanghai, China, to support new energy vehicle growth.

    Ms. Sun also pioneered innovations in new energy vehicle propulsion systems, EV charging systems, and advanced driver assistance positions while having served in various leadership roles at Ricardo, an engineering consulting firm and at ZF-TRW, a major transportation Tier 1 supplier.

    Awards and Recognition

    Ms. Sun holds 4 U.S. patents and 1 trade secret in active safety system controls and lithium-ion batteries. Ms. Sun has authored two papers in Li-ion battery management systems and battery test standards. She was named a 2019 Crain’s Detroit Business Notable Women in STEM.

    Education and Background

    Ms. Sun holds a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Controls from Michigan Technological University, and a Bachelor of Science, major in Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics and minor in International Business from Donghua University in Shanghai, China. She is also a graduate of Johnson Controls Executive Leadership Program co-sponsored by the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.

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