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Dennis J. Carey

Mr. Carey has had a highly successful career with five different Fortune 500 companies with extensive general management, operational, financial and transactions experience over the past forty years.

Mr. Carey spent 25 years with the GE Corporation and served as the President and General Manager of 3 different businesses including GE Capital’s LBO business and as the head of GE’s coveted Audit Staff. He was a GE corporate officer and a senior leader with GE Capital Corporation, and one of J. Welch’s key lieutenants during the building of GE into a global powerhouse in the 1980/90s.

After GE, Mr. Carey spent nearly fifteen years with in senior leadership roles with AT&T (Corporate Productivity, Supplier Management and M&A); Home Depot (CFO, EVP of Strategy, Business Development and Corporate Operations); Motorola (President and General Manager of eight business units); and Nortel (Corporate Operations, Business Transformation and Leadership Development) with demonstrated operational and financial results.

He is actively involved in evaluating new investment opportunities, real estate development and serves on the board of University of Maine trustees.

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