Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary, and Chief Compliance Officer, Resideo Technologies, Inc. 

Jeannine Lane is Executive Vice President, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary for Resideo, providing strategy and leadership on all legal, HSE and risk matters facing the company. Prior to her role at Resideo, Jeannine spent 20-plus years at Honeywell where she established a proven track record of successfully leading legal functions for global teams, including Honeywell Homes, Fire, Industrial Safety, Life Safety, Security, and Consumer Products businesses. Before joining Honeywell, she spent three years as EVP and General Counsel at Prestone Products Corporation, a consumer products company in the automobile aftermarket industry.  Jeannine earned her bachelor's degree from the State University of New York at Albany and her juris doctorate from Union University Albany Law School. 

Resideo aspires to be a company where employees are empowered to bring their whole, authentic selves to work each day. The company works to advance its diversity, equity and inclusion mission by actively reaching out to people of diverse backgrounds and experiences to join its teams and nurture an inclusive culture. Resideo maintains employee resource groups (ERGs) across six categories: Women, LGBTQIA+, Black, Latino, Veterans, and People with Differing Abilities. Each group is sponsored and supported by a senior leader of the company. Jeannine serves as the executive sponsor of the Women@Resideo ERG. Resideo also leverages our partnerships with the Society of Women Engineers and the National Society for Black Engineers to promote our job opportunities. Internally, Resideo provides training on DEI topics such as unconscious bias and microaggressions and promotes special events and communications related to DEI awareness days such as World Mental Health Day, International Women's Day, Black History Month, Veterans Day and International Day of People with Disabilities.

Joined LCLD 2022

1L LCLD Scholars Program
Scholars hosted: Cara Hunt

Member: Jeannine Lane

Diversity Professional: Megan Brennan

Communications: Bruce Anderson