John R. McConnell is the Chief Information Officer for Genoa, a QoL Healthcare Company. McConnell joined Genoa in July 2012, as the Senior Information Systems Program Manager. In February 2013, McConnell transitioned into the Chief Information Officer (CIO) role overseeing the long-term vision of the implementation of technology within Genoa. McConnell's goal is to ensure the health, stability and operational efficiency of Genoa's systems and to help build processes that will allow Genoa to continue to grow.
Before joining Genoa, McConnell was a Senior Business Intelligence Consultant and Product Manager at Extended Results, Inc. in Redmond, Washington. Prior to that, McConnell was a Vice President and Technology Group Manager for Washington Mutual Bank (WaMu) in Seattle, Washington, where he oversaw a team of on and offshore development staff that supported 12 enterprise back office systems. When WaMu was purchased by JPMorgan Chase in 2008, McConnell led a team of developers through development of a new Corporate Property Management system as well as the handoff of other systems to corresponding staff with Chase.
Before working at WaMu, McConnell was engaged as a consultant with Seattle City Light where he was the Technical Lead for the Customer and Management Systems team.