Ann Condon led GE’s efficiency, stewardship and product environmental compliance programs across GE’s global supply chains. Her team worked closely with GE’s businesses on resource efficiency, product and chemical stewardship and life cycle management to achieve compliance, find competitive advantage and promote sustainable business growth. For Ecomagination, her group provided regulatory and technical expertise, sets and monitored the Ecomagination operating goals, and provided leadership on the policy and value chain aspects of GE’s Ecomagination growth strategy. The team also helped GE’s operations improve the environmental efficiency of facilities and services. Ann developed and oversaw GE’s ethical supply chain program and directly led the Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) programs in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia-CIS. The ethical supply chain program touches thousands of suppliers every year, helping them meet GE’s expectations on EHS, labor, human rights and security. Ann led a number of strategic initiatives within GE, such as a 2012 project to develop a long-term strategic plan for GE’s EHS organization. A graduate of the University of Connecticut and George Washington University’s National Law Center, she has been deeply involved in the strategy and evolution of GE’s global EHS programs over the course of her career.