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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

John Flannery

56 2017 Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer

David Joyce

61 2016 Vice Chairman of General Electric Company and President and Chief Executive Officer, GE Aviation

Jamie Miller

49 2017 Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President

Raghu Krishnamoorthy

57 2017 Chief Human Resource Officer, Senior Vice President

Alexander Dimitrief

58 2017 Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary and President and Chief Executive Officer - Global Growth Organization

Jan Hauser

58 2013 Chief Accounting Officer, Vice President, Controller

John Brennan

64 2014 Lead Independent Director

Sebastien Bazin

56 2016 Independent Director

William Beattie

57 2009 Independent Director

Francisco D'Souza

49 2013 Independent Director

Marijn Dekkers

60 2012 Independent Director

Edward Garden

56 2017 Independent Director

Peter Henry

47 2016 Independent Director

Susan Hockfield

65 2006 Independent Director

Andrea Jung

59 1998 Independent Director

Risa Lavizzo-Mourey

63 2017 Independent Director

Rochelle Lazarus

69 2000 Independent Director

Steven Mollenkopf

48 2016 Independent Director

James Mulva

71 2008 Independent Director

James Rohr

69 2013 Independent Director

Mary Schapiro

62 2013 Independent Director

James Tisch

65 2010 Independent Director

Matthew Cribbins

2016 Vice President - Investor Communications

Biographies

Name Description

John Flannery

Mr. John Leonard Flannery, Jr., is Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer of the Company. He serves as Chief Executive Officer, Director of the Company., effective August 1, 2017. Mr. Flannery has served as Senior Vice President, GE and President & CEO of GE Healthcare since October 2014 and previously was Senior Vice President, Corporate Business Development from April 2013 through October 2014. Mr. Flannery joined GE in 1987, serving in a number of leadership roles at GE Capital, and then served as President and CEO of GE India from October 2009 through April 2013.

David Joyce

Jamie Miller

Ms. Jamie S. Miller is Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President of the Company. Ms. Miller joined GE in 2008 as Vice President, Controller and Chief Accounting Officer after 18 years of experience outside the Company at Anthem, Inc. and as a Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP. Her roles prior to GE included managing investor relations, controllership, financial planning and analysis, tax and financial systems. In April 2013, Ms. Miller was appointed Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of GE, where she led the Company's global information technology strategy, services and operations. After two and a half years in that role, Ms. Miller was appointed President & CEO of GE Transportation in October 2015. Ms. Miller also serves as a director at Baker Hughes, a GE company.

Raghu Krishnamoorthy

Alexander Dimitrief

Mr. Alexander Dimitrief is Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary and President and Chief Executive Officer - Global Growth Organization of the Company. Mr. Dimitrief joined GE in February 2007 as vice president for litigation & legal policy. He was responsible for litigation and enforcement proceedings against GE and all of its business segments. He also oversaw GE's worldwide Compliance programs and served on GE's Corporate Executive Council and Policy Compliance Review Board. In Alex's next role, he served as vice president & general counsel of GE Energy from November 2011 - October 2012 where he oversaw the Legal and Compliance functions for GE Energy's worldwide portfolio, including the Power & Water, Oil & Gas and Energy Management businesses. Alex then transitioned to GE Capital, where he has served as senior vice president & general counsel since November 2012 and played an integral role in the reorganization of the financial services businesses. Alex came to GE from Kirkland & Ellis LLP, where he had been a trial lawyer in the firm's Chicago and New York offices since 1986. His practice spanned many industries and subject areas, including securities, intellectual property disputes, environmental matters and products liability and bankruptcy litigation. He was a White House Fellow in the Reagan Administration's Office of Political and Intergovernmental Affairs and an Honors Intern at the Department of Justice. He graduated from Yale College in 1981 with a degree in Economics & Political Science and earned his J.D. in 1985 at Harvard Law School, where he was the Managing Editor of the Harvard Law Review.

Jan Hauser

Ms. Jan R. Hauser is a Chief Accounting Officer, Vice President, Controller of General Electric Company. She has served as a partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) for over 19 years and is one of the leaders in the Accounting Services Group of the PwC National Professional Services Group. She also served as a Professional Accounting Fellow in the Office of the Chief Accountant at the Securities and Exchange Commission from 1991 to 1993. Ms. Hauser is a member of the Financial Accounting Standards Advisory Council, a group that advises the Financial Accounting Standards Board on matters related to board projects and agenda prioritization. Ms. Hauser also is a member of the Financial Reporting Committee of the Institute of Management Accountants, an organization that regularly provides commentary and feedback on important standard-setting activities. In addition, Ms. Hauser had been a member of the Emerging Issues Task Force from 2005 through 2011.

John Brennan

Mr. John J. Brennan is no longer Lead Independent Director of General Electric Company effective April 25, 2018. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College and earned an MBA from Harvard Business School. He joined Vanguard in 1982, was elected chief financial officer in 1985, president in 1989, and served as chief executive officer from 1996 to 2008 and chairman from 1998 through 2009. He has been chairman emeritus and senior advisor to Vanguard since 2010. Mr. Brennan is a director of Guardian Life Insurance Company of America and LPL Financial Holdings Inc., and lead governor of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Board of Governors. He is Chairman, The Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program, Chair-elect, Board of Trustees, University of Notre Dame and Former chairman, Financial Accounting Foundation, overseer for financial accounting/reporting standard-setting boards Finance.

Sebastien Bazin

Mr. Sebastien M. Bazin is a Independent Director of the Company. He is Chairman and CEO, AccorHotels, a global hotel company, Paris, France (since 2013) Leadership, Global; CEO, Europe Colony Capital, a private investment firm (1997–2013) Leadership, Investor, Industry/Operations –Group Managing Director, CEO and General Manager, Immobilière Hôtelière (1992–1997) –Began career in 1985 in U.S. finance sector, becoming Vice President, M&A, PaineWebber Finance.

William Beattie

Mr. William Geoffrey Beattie is Independent Director of General Electric Company. Mr. Beattie is CEO, Generation Capital, a private investment company, Toronto, Canada (since 2013) Leadership, Investor, CEO, The Woodbridge Company, a multinational Canadian company that is the majority shareholder of Thomson Reuters, a large information technology company (1998–2012) Leadership, Global, Investor; Deputy chairman, Thomson Reuters (2000–2013) Finance; Partner at Toronto law firm Torys (prior to joining The Woodbridge Company). He is Baker Hughes, a GE company (lead director, chairman of Governance and Nominating Committee).

Francisco D'Souza

Mr. Francisco D'Souza is an Independent Director of General Electric Company. Mr. D’Souza was born in Kenya and received his undergraduate degree in business administration from the University of East Asia and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University. He has been CEO, Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation, a multinational IT company, Teaneck, NJ (since 2007) Leadership, Global, Technology, Finance; President, Cognizant (2007–2012); COO, Cognizant (2003–2006) ; Co-founded Cognizant (1994); Previously held various roles at Dun & Bradstreet.

Marijn Dekkers

Dr. Marijn E. Dekkers is no longer Independent Director of General Electric Company effective on 04. 25. 2018. . Mr. Dekkers received his undergraduate degree in chemistry from the Radboud University of Nijmegen (Netherlands) and his PhD in chemical engineering from the University of Eindhoven (Netherlands). He is Chairman of the Board, Unilever, a multinational consumer goods company, Rotterdam, Netherlands and London, United Kingdom (since 2016) Leadership, Global: CEO, Bayer AG, a multinational life sciences company based in Germany (2010–2016) Leadership, Global, Industry/Operations, Technology, Talent Development; President and CEO, Thermo Electron Corporation, the world’s leading manufacturer of laboratory instruments (later renamed Thermo Fisher Scientific) (2002–2009) Leadership, Industry/ Operations, Technology; Previously worked at Allied Signal (subsequently Honeywell) and as a scientist at GE’s Global Research Center.

Edward Garden

Mr. Edward P. Garden is Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Garden was Vice Chairman and Director, Triarc Companies (subsequently The Wendy’s Company and previously Wendy’s/Arby’s Group) (2004–2007) and Executive Vice President (2003–2004). He was Managing Director, Credit Suisse First Boston (1999–2003) Finance & Accounting and Managing Director, BT Alex Brown (1994–1999) Finance & Accounting.

Peter Henry

Dr. Peter B. Henry is no longer Independent Director of the Company effective on 04. 25. 2018. He is Ninth Dean and professor of economics & finance, NYU’s Stern School of Business,* New York, NY (since 2010) Leadership, Finance, Talent Development; Konosuke Matsushita Professor of International Economics, Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business (2008–2010) Global, Finance, Talent Development; Joined Stanford University in 1997 and held various positions; Rhodes Scholar; Prominent writer in the field of economics, international finance and emerging markets Global.

Susan Hockfield

Dr. Susan Hockfield, Ph.D., is no longer Independent Director of General Electric Company effective on 04. 25. 2018. Dr. Hockfield, who served as President Emerita and professor of neuroscience, MIT (President Emerita since 2012; Professor since 2004), Cambridge, MA Technology, Industry/ Operations; President, MIT, a leading research university (2004–2012) Leadership, Talent Development; Provost, Yale University, a leading university (2003–2004) Leadership, Talent Development; Dean, Yale Graduate School of Arts & Sciences (1998–2002); Faculty member, Yale University (1985–2004); Previously a member of the scientific staff at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory; Leading research neuroscientist.

Andrea Jung

Ms. Andrea Jung is no longer Independent Director of General Electric Company effective on 04. 25. 2018. Ms. Jung is President and CEO, Grameen America, a non-profit microfinance organization (since 2014), New York, NY Leadership; Chairman and CEO, Avon Products, a global consumer products company with a large and complex sales and marketing network (CEO 1999–2012; Chairman 2001–2012) Leadership, Global, Marketing, Talent Development; Joined Avon in 1994; Previously served as EVP, Neiman Marcus, and SVP, I. Magnin.

Risa Lavizzo-Mourey

Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey is Independent Director of the Company. She was SVP, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, largest U.S. philanthropic organization dedicated to healthcare (2001–2003). She served Sylvan Eisman Professor of Medicine and Health Care Systems (1995–2001), Director, Institute on Aging (1994–2002), Chief of Geriatric Medicine (1986–1992), University of Pennsylvania Medical School Industry & Operations. Deputy Administrator, Agency for Health Care Research and Quality (1992–1994) Government –Co-Chair, White House Health Care Reform Task Force, Working Group on Quality of Care (1993–1994) and Advisory Committee Member, Task Force on Aging Research (1985–1992) and Advisory Committee Member, National Committee for Vital and Health Statistics (1988–1992) and Advisory Committee Member, President’s Advisory Commission on Consumer Protection and Quality in the Health Care Industry (1997–1998).

Rochelle Lazarus

Ms. Rochelle B. Lazarus is no longer Independent Director of General Electric Company effective on 04. 25. 2018. She is Chairman Emeritus and former CEO, Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide, a global marketing communications company, New York, NY (since 2012) Leadership, Global, Talent Development, Marketing; Chairman and CEO, Ogilvy & Mather (CEO 1996–2008; Chairman 1997–2012); President and COO, Ogilvy & Mather (1995–1996); Joined Ogilvy & Mather in 1971 and served in leadership positions in its U.S. direct marketing business and its New York and North American operations.

Steven Mollenkopf

Mr. Steven M. Mollenkopf is no longer Independent Director of the Company effective on 04. 25. 2018. Mr. Mollenkopf is the CEO and director, Qualcomm, a multinational semiconductor and telecommunications equipment company, San Diego, CA (CEO since 2014, director since 2013) Leadership, Global, Technology, Finance; CEO-elect and President, Qualcomm (2013–2014) President and COO, Qualcomm (2011–2013); Joined Qualcomm in 1994 as an engineer and held series of leadership positions in engineering and product management; Published author and holder of seven patents in the semiconductor and telecommunications fields.

James Mulva

Mr. James J. Mulva is a Independent Director of General Electric Company. Mr. Mulva received a BBA and an MBA in finance from the University of Texas. He served as Former Chairman, President and CEO, ConocoPhillips, an integrated global energy company, Houston, TX (since 2012) Leadership, Global, Industry/Operations; Chairman, President and CEO, ConocoPhillips (President and CEO 2002–2012; Chairman 2004–2012); Previously served in various leadership positions at Phillips Petroleum, including CFO, chairman and CEO Finance & Accounting, Risk Management. He is Chair, Board of Visitors, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, a leading cancer center Industry & Operations and Chair, University of Texas, Medical Board of Advisors Industry & Operations.

James Rohr

Mr. James E. Rohr is no longer Independent Director of General Electric Company effective on 04. 25. 2018. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, Mr. Rohr also holds an MBA from The Ohio State University. Mr. Rohr Former Chairman and CEO, PNC Financial Services Group, a large financial services company, Pittsburgh, PA (since 2014) Leadership, Risk Management, Talent Development; Chairman and CEO, PNC (CEO 2000–2013; Chairman 2001–2014); Joined PNC in 1972 and served in various management positions, including as president, vice chair and COO.

Mary Schapiro

Ms. Mary L. Schapiro is no longer Independent Director of the Company effective on 04. 25. 2018. She served as Vice Chair, Advisory Board, Promontory Financial Group, a leading strategy, risk management and regulatory compliance consulting firm, Washington, DC (since 2014) Risk Management, Finance; 29th Chairman, SEC, U.S. agency that implements and enforces the federal securities laws (2009–2012) Leadership, Government; Chairman and CEO, FINRA, financial services industry regulator (2006–2008) Leadership, Government; Previously, held key executive positions at FINRA, including vice chairman and president of NASD Regulation (1996–2006); Chairman, CFTC, U.S. federal agency that regulates the futures trading industry (1994–1996) Leadership, Government; Commissioner, SEC (1988–1994) Government.

James Tisch

Mr. James S. Tisch is Independent Director of General Electric Company. Mr. Tisch received a degree from Cornell University and an MBA from the Wharton Graduate School of the University of Pennsylvania. Since 1998, he is President and CEO, Loews Corp., a diversified holding company with subsidiaries involved in energy, insurance and hospitality, New York, NY (since 1998) Leadership, Global, Finance, Industry/Operations, Investor; General Electric; Loews and two of its subsidiaries, CNA Financial, a property and casualty insurance company, and Diamond Offshore Drilling (chairman), an offshore drilling contractor Industry & Operations, Risk Management.

Matthew Cribbins