Gary Pritchard and Susan Healy have joined Global Infrastructure Partners as a senior operating principal and head of investor relations, respectively. Pritchard most recently ran SABIC Innovative Plastics’ supply chain, while Healy spent 13 years in IR with The Carlyle Group.
Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP), the independent $5.64 billion infrastructure investment fund, today announced that Gary Pritchard has joined the firm as a Senior Operating Principal, and Susan Healy has joined the Firm to manage GIP’s global fund-raising and investor relations activities.
Gary Pritchard brings over 30 years of technical and managerial experience to GIP, most recently as head of SABIC Innovative Plastics’ supply chain where he led over 5500 employees in the global manufacturing of a variety of engineered plastics. Previously, he accumulated over 26 years’ experience at General Electric (GE) where he led GE Silicones’ global manufacturing operations. Gary will be based at GIP’s Operations Headquarters in Stamford, CT.
Susan Healy has over 15 years of private equity and investor relations experience including 13 years at The Carlyle Group where she was Department Head of Investor Relations Management. More recently, she was a senior member of Babcock & Brown’s Capital Markets Group based in London. Susan has led numerous fund-raising initiatives, including developing marketing strategies, fund formation and on-going investor relations. She will be based in New York.
Adebayo Ogunlesi, Chairman and Managing Partner of GIP, said “Gary is a world-class manager who will further strengthen our operational team. Susan has an outstanding record in investor relations and fund-raising. We are delighted that they have joined our team and look forward to working with them.”
About Global Infrastructure Partners
Global Infrastructure Partners (“GIP”) is an independent infrastructure fund that invests in infrastructure assets and businesses in both OECD and select emerging market countries. GIP is a long-term investor that targets investments in air transport infrastructure, ports, freight rail, power and utilities, natural resources infrastructure, water distribution and treatment, and waste management. GIP has offices in New York, London, and Hong Kong as well as an affiliated office in Sydney and an operations team in Stamford, Connecticut.