5/19/17 Houston | In Conversation with Greg Brenneman
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Non-Member Price: $75
Location and Time
The Junior League of Houston
1811 Briar Oaks Lane
Houston, TX 77057
7:00 am Registration / Networking / Breakfast Buffet Opens
7:30 am Breakfast / Roundtable Introductions and Topic Discussion
7:50 am Program Presentation Begins
8:30 am Audience Q&A
9:00 am Adjourn Presentation
9:15 am Final Networking
Greg BrennemanChairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, CMMP Capital
Director, The Home Depot, Inc., Baker Hughes, Inc., CHI/St. Luke’s Hospital, and Baylor College of Medicine
Greg Brenneman is the full time Chairman, President & CEO of CCMP Capital, a large private equity firm. Mr. Brenneman plays an active leadership role in executing the Firm’s overall strategy while remaining actively engaged in completing transactions, developing strategies and coaching the senior management of CCMP’s portfolio companies.
Mr. Brenneman is one of the leading business turnaround executives in the world. Prior to joining CCMP in October 2008, he served as Chairman, CEO and/or President of Continental Airlines, Burger King and PWC Consulting. In each of these cases, he led a turnaround of the company capstoned by dramatically improved customer service, employee satisfaction, profitability and financial returns of up to 15X the money invested. In 1994, Mr. Brenneman founded Turnworks, Inc., his personal investment company.
Mr. Brenneman serves as Lead Director of The Home Depot, Inc. and on the Board of Directors of Baker Hughes, Inc. He also serves on the Board of CHI/St. Luke’s Hospital, Baylor College of Medicine, and is on the Board of a number of other CCMP portfolio companies.
Mr. Brenneman is an Emmy Award winner and the Author of Right Away & All At Once, Five Steps to Transform your Business and Enrich Your Life. He holds a Masters of Business Administration degree with distinction from Harvard Business School, Bachelors Administration of Business in Accounting/Finance, summa cum laude from Washburn University of Topeka, Kansas, and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Commerce degree from Washburn University.