KC Sullivan is the President and Managing Director of CNBC International, responsible for managing and growing CNBC's assets in Europe, the Middle East, Africa (EMEA) and the Asia Pacific region. He was appointed to the role in May 2013.
Sullivan was previously CFO for the NBC News Group based in New York, where he was responsible for the finance operation across all television, cable and digital news properties.
Sullivan first joined CNBC in 2009 as Senior Vice President and CFO for the network globally, a position he held for three years. During his time he worked closely with CNBC International to gain a deep understanding of the business.
Prior to joining CNBC, Sullivan served as Global Supply Chain Finance Manager for GE Healthcare Medical Diagnostics based in London, where he was responsible for financial leadership of more 20 manufacturing sites globally. He joined GE Healthcare's Medical Diagnostics business in 2006 as the Global Financial Planning & Analysis Manager.
In 2002, Sullivan joined GE's Corporate Audit Staff where he was responsible for a wide range of financial, acquisition and compliance audits globally across GE, including NBC Universal in 2006. Sullivan began his career with GE as part of the Financial Management Program in GE Plastics in the U.S.
Sullivan holds a bachelor's degree in History from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. He splits his time between London, where he is based, and Singapore.