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NBMBAA® Cincinnati Chapter


Henry Daniel

Henry Daniels, Cincinnati Chapter President

Henry is GE Aviation’s Finance IT leader. He is responsible for providing financial leadership for all of GE Aviation’s technology deployments and improvements. This effort includes Oracle & SAP ERP implementations, legacy systems replacement, financial data management, and corporate Enterprise Standards applications and processes.
Henry joined GE in 2007 in Aviation Supply Chain Finance where he served in a variety of roles including implementing Oracle A/P applications, cash forecasting, Indirect Sourcing Finance leader and Finance Manager for the Rotating Parts COE. In 2012 he transitioned to Fairfield, CT as part of the Corporate FP&A team supporting external reporting for Infrastructure Orders & Backlog, international revenue, and organic revenue and op profit. He is also a graduate of GE’s Experienced Financial Leadership Program (EFLP).
Prior to joining GE, Henry spent 12 years with the Chrysler Corporation in Auburn Hills, Mi. where he served in multiple roles including Supply Chain Operations, Corporate Accounting, Supply Chain Finance, Sales & Marketing, and Product Development Finance.
Henry is a native of Detroit, Michigan where he graduated from Wayne State University and Walsh College with his MBA. Henry likes playing golf, reading business management and leadership books and articles, listening to live music, and attending sports events in person (pro football being the favorite). His lifelong dream is to become a columnist and author.
The National Black MBA Association® (NBMBAA) Cincinnati Chapter! Established in 1980, the NBMBAA® Cincinnati Chapter is comprised of business professionals, entrepreneurs and MBA students. The NBMBAA® Cincinnati Chapter is dedicated to developing partnerships that result in the creation of intellectual and economic wealth in the black community. The organization operates around five channels of engagement: Education, Professional Development, Leadership Development, Entrepreneurship and Lifestyle.
The Cincinnati Chapter has maintained a continued focus on youth through our Leaders of Tomorrow® (LOT) program where students are encouraged to make a difference in their communities through academic and enrichment workshops, as well as community service projects.

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Cincinnati Chapter NBMBAA
P.O. Box 14656, Cincinnati OH 45250

Chapter Honors & Awards

2015 Community Service Award

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