George L. Bunting, Jr. is President and CEO of Blue Jar Private Trust Company, LLC. He formerly served as Chairman of the Board and CEO of the Noxell Corporation (a Procter & Gamble Company as of November 1989). Mr. Bunting joined Noxell in 1966 and was elected, in 1968, to the Board of Directors of Noxell Corporation. In March 1970, he was elected to the position of Executive Vice President and served as President and Chief Executive Officer from November 1973 until April 1986 when he became Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.
Mr. Bunting served as Chairman of Johns Hopkins Health System and Johns Hopkins Hospital from 1994-1998 as well as Johns Hopkins Medicine from 1996-1998. He is currently a Trustee of Johns Hopkins Hospital and Trustee Emeritus of Johns Hopkins Medicine and Johns Hopkins Health System. He was a Trustee for Johns Hopkins University from 1985 to 2011. Mr. Bunting also serves on the Boards several non-profit institutions including The Abell Foundation, The T. Rowe Price Program for Charitable Giving, Inc., The Institute for Islamic, Christian, Jewish Studies, and Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
In addition, he chaired the Governor’s Employment Training Commission under Governor Harry R. Hughes from 1984-86. He served on both the Board and Executive Committee of The Cosmetic, Toiletry & Fragrance Association (CTFA), having served as Chairman of CTFA from 1990-91 and from 1979-81. He served on both the Board and Executive Committee of The Nonprescription Drug Manufacturers Association from 1975-85.
A native of Baltimore, Mr. Bunting is a graduate of Loyola College in Baltimore and received his MBA degree in Marketing from Columbia University Graduate School of Business.