John Figueroa, CEO and Managing Partner of Bailey Cavan Capital LLC,
investments in private equity and healthcare related companies.
John Figueroa was CEO and Board member of Genoa Healthcare from July 2014 to September 2018, the
nation’s leading behavioral health pharmacy, telepsychiatry and medication management company.
During his tenure at Genoa he successfully tripled the size of the business that transformed behavior
health pharmacy on a national level. Genoa was sold to United Healthcare Group for $2.5 Billion.
Prior to this, Mr. Figueroa served the dual roles of Chairman and CEO of Apria Healthcare Group Inc., as
well as that of Coram LLC. In January 2014, the Coram asset was sold to CVS Caremark for $2.2 Billion.
Mr. Figueroa remains the Chairman of the Board of Directors for Apria Healthcare.
Mr. Figueroa also served as CEO and Board Member of Omnicare, Inc., a Fortune 500 healthcare services
company that provided pharmaceuticals and related services to long-term care facilities and specialized
drugs for complex diseases.
Additionally he was the President of McKesson Corporation’s U.S. Pharmaceutical Group from
2006 to 2010, a business with over $100 billion in annual revenue. He held progressively more
responsible operations and sales positions in the Company’s Pharmaceutical and Health Systems groups
from 1997 through early 2006.
He spent the initial years of his career in various sales and operations roles for Baxter Healthcare.
Mr. Figueroa holds Bachelor’s degrees in both English Literature and Political Science from the
University of California at Los Angeles, where he was a distinguished military graduate. He also holds a
Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Pepperdine University, where he was honored as a
Distinguished Alumnus and received the Pepperdine Graziadio Business School Inspired Leadership
Other awards include the Supply Chain Executive of the Decade award from the Global Supply
Chain Leaders Group (GSCLG). From 1985 through 1990, he served as a Commissioned Officer in the
United States Army as a Ranger and also served with the 12th Special Forces Group.
He serves on the Reliance Steel and Aluminum Board (NYSE: RS) and also serves on the Executive
Committee for the Pepperdine Graziadio Business School Board and is a guest lecturer at the Wharton
School of the University of Pennsylvania and The Stanford Graduate School of Business.