As Chair of the Georgia Prevention Project, Larry Connolly brings a wealth of business and non-profit management experience to the organization. After a long and successful career as head of his own financial services companies, Mr. Connolly now serves as President of the Connolly Family Foundation and on the boards of multiple non-profit organizations. Most notably, he serves as president of CURE Childhood Cancer, headquartered in Atlanta.
In his business career, Mr. Connolly was the founder and CEO of Connolly LLC, serving healthcare payers and retailers. Connolly, LLC was sold to Advent International in 2012 and then merged with Atlanta-based iHealth Technologies in May of 2014.
Mr. Connolly earned his undergraduate degree at Washington and Lee University and an MBA from Tulane University. He serves on the boards of two initiatives at Washington and Lee – the Shepherd Program for the Interdisciplinary Study of Poverty, and the Entrepreneurship Program. Additionally, he serves on the boards of Connolly iHealth, LLC of Atlanta, The Bleachers Corporation of Stamford, CT, and Cherokee Town and Country Club of Atlanta.