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Alfreda Bradley-Coar

Alfreda Bradley-Coar

GE Healthcare, Americas
Vice President & General Counsel
Wauwatosa, WI, USA


Alfreda Bradley-Coar, as a legal leader and strategic business partner, has built a record of leading in regulated industries. During her 20 years at GE, she has held leadership positions in Healthcare, Insurance and Financial Services businesses.

Bradley-Coar is currently General Counsel of GE Healthcare, supporting Americas Commercial, Global Supply Chain, Research, and IT functions. GE Healthcare is an $18B global healthcare division of GE, which delivers the latest in healthcare technology and services in medical devices, information technology, life sciences and consulting. She is responsible for leading a law department and advising business leaders on commercial and enterprise risks, global supply chain and IT operations, and growth. Prior to Healthcare, Bradley-Coar held roles of increasing responsibility as General Counsel for GE Capital Equipment Services, Chief Regulatory Counsel for GE Insurance, and Associate General Counsel at GE Rail Corp. Prior to GE, Bradley-Coar specialized in corporate reorganizations with two national law firms.

Bradley-Coar is a member of GE’s Legal Corporate Executive Council, the governing body setting the global strategy for the legal function company-wide, and also co-leads the Legal Commercial Practice Group.

Bradley-Coar is involved in numerous external boards and organizations, and has received civic as well as professional awards and recognition including: Milwaukee Business Journal Top Corporate Counsel, and Savoy Magazine’s 2015 Most Influential Black Lawyers in America.

Bradley-Coar earned her BA, cum laude, and JD from the University of Pennsylvania, and an MBA from Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management.

Bradley-Coar is married to Federal District Court Judge David H. Coar (Ret.) and resides in Chicago.
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