Tammy Noll is the General Manager, GE Healthcare Life Care Solutions (LCS) Maternal Infant Care (MIC) in Laurel, Maryland. In this role, Tammy is responsible for global product development and product management focused on portfolio management in maintaining installed based product vitality and new product introductions to grow contribution margin and market share. In a single year, 15,000,000 premature & low birth weight babies are born and 2,700,000 babies die in the 1st 4 weeks of life primarily due to prematurity, asphyxia, & infection. As a MIC business, our goal is to reduce these deaths and send babies home healthy.
Prior to this role, Tammy was the General Manager, Performance Anesthesia and Vaporizers for GE Healthcare Life Care Solutions (LCS) Anesthesia and Respiratory Care Business based in Madison, Wisconsin. In the 5 years in this role, she launched 3 new product platforms.
Tammy started her career with GE in 1999 in Global Sourcing. In Sourcing, she was a Global Sourcing Leader responsible for Plastics and driving supplier strategy and cost management. In addition, she was responsible for rolling out SSP (self-service purchasing) globally. This tool allowed all indirect purchasing to be completed in one tool allowing visibility and associated negotiations to reduce the number of vendors and costs. In 2002, she transitioned to Commercial Operations, where she was responsible for the Global Customer Centers responsible for all quotes and orders globally for Monitoring, Diagnostic Cardiology, Maternal Infant Care, Anesthesia and parts of HCIT. In this role, she consolidated the number of centers, reduced quote/order entry errors and reduced the cycle time. In 2005, she led Global Fulfillment, Materials and Logistics for Monitoring, Diagnostic Cardiology, Maternal Infant Care and Anesthesia. In 2008, Tammy was part of the Respiratory Care Business, where she was the US Downstream Marketing Manager driving growth in the US market and Integration Leader for two acquisitions, Versamed and Breas based in Israel and Sweden. Tammy was responsible for all aspects of the integration including distribution strategy, product development roadmap, quality, HR and operations.
Since joining GE, Tammy has been active in Community Service and Women’s Network. She led the Annual GE Healthcare Community Service Day, where volunteers partner with local schools to prepare them for the new year, for five years growing the number of volunteers from 1,000 to 2,500 and doubling the number of schools. Most recently, she led the iCare Annual Giving Campaign for Special Events and in the last 4 years has raised over $500,000 for United Way. In 2005, Tammy co-founded Women in Operations as part of the Women’s Network. This subgroup focused on developing women in operational roles (ex. sourcing, quality, finance, manufacturing) personally and professionally. For the last two years, Tammy has been the Milwaukee Hub Co-leader for the Women’s Network, focused on developing over 2,400 women in the greater Milwaukee area.
Tammy earned her MBA from the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh with a focus in finance and a Bachelor’s degree in Business and Marketing from Marian College.
Tammy and her husband Ron reside in Hartland, Wisconsin with their two daughters. They enjoy making memories through travel and new experiences.