John Flannery is an American personality who is a business executive. He has been named the eleventh CEO and tenth chairman of General Electric. He served as the CEO from August 2017 until 1st October 2018 (after he was fired effective immediately). Before being selected as the CEO of the company, John has spent many years devoting over three decades of life to the company. He served the leadership role inside GE for over three decades, headed GE healthcare, GE India, and other business units throughout his career.
John L. Flannery was born in 1962 and was brought up in Alexandria, Virginia. His father was the banking executive at FDIC Corporation. He was not the only one in the family because he was brought up with his two older sisters who also lived with him in Alexander until 1971 when all the family members moved to West Hartford, Connecticut where his father was appointed as the president of a small bank. John was a graduate student of Northwest Catholic High School. In 1979, John received his graduate degree in finance from the Fairfield University Dolan School of Business in 1983. Thereafter in 1987, John received his MBA degree from the Wharton School of Business after he went to the business school at the University of Pennsylvania.
John Flannery Career
John L. Flannery began his professional career with GE (General Electric) in 1987. He spent over two decades of his life at GE Capital holding various leadership roles all in the United States, Asia, and Latin America. In 2005, he was honored with the title of the company officer. Later in 2009, he was promoted to the president position and CEO of GE India, and finally, in 2013, he became the head of the business development for all of GE. John Flannery helped the company oversee the changes in portfolio, including the acquisitions and divestitures in financial and industrial services. Before getting appointed as CEO of the company, Flannery helped GE Healthcare focus on the core imaging, expanding its life sciences, cell therapy businesses, creating digital platforms and solutions.
He also helped the company launch sustainable healthcare solutions which aim to develop technology for healthcare service providers. Flannery was appointed as the CEO and chairman of GE in August 2017. On 1st October 2018, he was voted out by the board of directors and was given the authority “effectively immediately” and was immediately replaced by the board of members and former longtime Danaher Corp. CEO named H. Lawrence Culp, Jr. Flannery was appointed as the eleventh CEO and tenth chairman of the company GE. On 15th July 2019, Flannery was named as the new advisory director of Charlesbank Capital Partners, LLC. His work was associated with the evaluation of new investment opportunities and growing the equity value in the bank’s portfolio.
John Flannery Biography
|Real Name||John Philip Flannery|
|Birth Date||15 May 1946|
|Age (as of 2022)||75 Years|
|Birth Place||New York, United States|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimeters – 70 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 65 kg – in Pounds – 143 lbs|
|Shoe Size||8 (U.S.)|
|School||Northwest Catholic High School|
|Who is his wife?||Holly Lynne Flannery|
|Children||Two (Diana Elizabeth, Alexandra)|
John L. Flannery is 60 years old as of 2022 and has spent his half of age with GE. He has performed many roles for the company from being a capital-holding personality to CEO and the Chairman of the company. Flannery is a married man. He is married to his beloved wife, Hooly Lynne who always supports him in every aspect of his life. However, the details of the wife have not been revealed. The couple is blessed with two children from this marriage, Dianna & Alexandra. Moreover, Flannery is a pet lover who lives with his dog named after Mookie Betts. John Flannery is fond of reading books, playing golf, and listening to music.
John Flannery Net Worth
No doubt, John Flannery has gathered a lot because of his working capabilities, and efficiency. He is a hard-working, passionate, and aspirational personality. He owes a net worth of around $5 million for which he has given almost 30 years of his life to General Electric Company in shaping, molding, and improving it.