Ann E. Condon
Director, Resource and Environmental Strategies
General Electric Company

Ann leads GE’s efficiency, chemical stewardship and internal sustainability programs. Her team works closely with GE’s businesses on resource efficiency, chemical stewardship and life cycle management to achieve compliance, find competitive advantage and promote sustainable business growth. The team supports GE’s Ecomagination initiative with regulatory, technical and life cycle expertise; setting and achieving the Ecomagination operating goals; and coordinating climate and chemical management policy.

 Ann developed and oversees GE’s ethical supply chain program and is also responsible for GE’s Sustainability web-site. She works with all of GE’s subject matter experts on environmental, social and governance reporting and stakeholder engagement.

A graduate of the University of Connecticut and George Washington University’s National Law Center, Ann has been deeply involved in the strategy and evolution of GE’s EHS and sustainability programs over the course of her career. I lead GE’s efficiency, chemical stewardship and internal sustainability programs. The team works closely with GE’s businesses on resource efficiency, chemical stewardship and life cycle management to achieve compliance, find competitive advantage and promote sustainable business growth. The team supports GE’s Ecomagination initiative with regulatory, technical and life cycle expertise; setting and achieving the Ecomagination operating goals; and coordinating climate and chemical management policy.

 I developed and oversee GE’s ethical supply chain program; am responsible for GE’s Sustainability web-site and work with GE’s subject matter experts on environmental, social and governance reporting and stakeholder engagement.