DMITRI STOCKTON, former Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer of GE Asset Management, has been a director of the Company since July 2018.
Mr. Stockton was previously with GE Asset Management, a global asset management firm with nearly $120 billion in assets under management focused on private equity, real estate, fixed income, active equities and hedge fund investing. He retired from GE after his successful sale of GE Asset Management to State Street.
Mr. Stockton spent a total of 30 years with GE and was one of approximately 20 Corporate Senior Vice Presidents that served on the Company’s Corporate Executive Council. During his tenure, he lived and worked abroad for a decade of his career in three different countries. He led businesses across 26 global markets with ~40,000 employees in his final assignment internationally.
Mr. Stockton earned a bachelor's in Accounting from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, and currently serves as a director on the public boards of Deere & Company, Ryder Systems Inc., and Target Corporation. He is also a member of The Executive Leadership Council, National Association of Corporate Directors, and Georgetown University Board of Regents.