Directors Roster

DIRECTORS & BOARDS' DIRECTORS ROSTER SPONSORED BY HEIDRICK & STRUGGLES Directors Roster A quarterly record of new director appointments T HE DIRECTORS & BOARDS Directors Roster — a quar- terly record of new director appointments —• is compiled from public and private sources by the editorial staff of DIRECTORS & BOARDS and is sponsored by Heidrick & Strug- gles. Please forward your directors' ap- pointments to kmccarthy@directors- Submissions of new directors and appointments are welcome from all sources, including executive recruiters, corporate communications staffs, and directors themselves. New Directors October-November 2007 Companies adding new directors: 101 Number of new directors: 120 Category Number % of total Retired 42 35% Senior Officers 24 20 Chairman/CEOs 17 14 Finance 15 13 Not-for-Profit 9 7 Consultants 7 6 Academia 4 3 Legal 2 2 Total 120 100% Women 29 24% NOTE; The appointments published in the following pages are just a selection of the directors added to the Directors Roster database, which will be available online to subscribers soon. It will be updated daily and will be fully searchable. AEROPOSTALEINC. New York, NY has added to its hoard: Evelyn Dilsaver Bio Notes: From 2000-2003 served as EVP, CFO, and chief accounting officer for U.S. Trust Co., a subsidiary of Charles Schwab Corp., which she joined in 1991. Held numerous senior posi- tions, including EVP of Charles Schwab Corp. and president and CEO of Charles Schwab In- vestment Management. Formerly was SVP and controller for First Nationwide B;mk. Began her career at Ernst and Whinney. Also is a director of Longs Drug Stores Corp. Aeropostale is a specialty retailer of casual and active apparel for young women and men. Rev- enues are $1 billion. AKAMAI TECHNOLOGIES INC. Cambridge, MA has added to its hoard: Jill A. Greenthal Senior Advisor in Private Equity THE BLACKSTONE GROUP New York, NY Biio Notes: Spent 20 years in the investment banking industry, joined Black- stone in 2003. Previously was with Credit Suisse First Boston, where she co- headcd the global media group and the Boston of- fice and was a member of the executive board of investment banking. Co- head of the Boston office of Donaldson, Lufkin, and Jenrette before its acquisition by Credit Suisse First Boston and led the media group at Lehman Brothers. Also is a director of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. and Orbitz Worldwide Inc. Akamai is a service provider for online con- tent and business processes. Revenues are $529 million. Blackstone is an investment advisory firm. AMGEN INC. Thousand Oaks, CA has added to its hoard: Vance D. Cof&nan Bio Notes: Previously held senior positions at Lockheed Martin Corp., including CEO, chair- man, and president and CEO of the company's space and strategic missile sector. Also is a di- rector of Deere & Co. and 3M Co. Amgen is a biotechnology company. Revenues are $15 billion. APOLLO GROUP INC. Phoenix, AZ has added to its hoard: Ann Kirschner University Dean MACAULAY Ht)NORs COLLEGE OF THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK New York, NY Bio Notes: In present posi- tion since 2006. Previously founded Fathom, an on- line knowledge network, and created NFL Sunday Ticket and for the National Football League. Author of Sala's Gift, the story of her moth- er's wartime rescue of letters from Nazi labor camps. Age 36. Apollo provides higher education programs. Revenues are $3 billion. Macaulay is an unde- graduate program specifically created to serve gifted students of New York City, 6O DIRECTORS a BOARDS DIRECTORS & BOARDS' DIRECTORS ROSTER SPONSORED BY HEIDRICK & STRUGGLES ATMOS ENERGY CORP. Dallas, TX has added to its hoard: Richard W. Douglas Executive Vice President STAUBACH Co. Addison, TX Bio Notes: Joined Staubach in 1999, where he also is a member of the executive committee. Previously was president of the Greater Dallas Chamber of Com- merce. Also served as pres- ident of the North Texas Commission; chairman, president, and COO of Las Colinas Corp.; and president and COO of Southland Investment Properties. Age 60. Atmos is a natural gas distributor, Revenues are $6 billion. Staubach is a global real estate advisory firm. BANK MUTUAL Milv/aukee, WI has added to its hoard: David C. Boerke Principal and Commercial Real Estate Adviser, Commercial Real Estate Group BOERKE Co. INC. Milwaukee, Wl Richard A. Brown Interim Chief Financial Officer FAMILIES INTERNATIONAL INC. MiWaukee.WI Bio Notes: Boerke fpic- tured) also serves as a member of the Cushman Wakefieid Alliance and president of Boerke Advo- cates Inc., both commer- cial real estate companies. Private equity investor through Antietam LLC iuu! Market Street Investors. Brown, who re- tired in 2006 as an audit partner with KPMG LLP, is a private equity investor and an advi- sory board member of Fortress Bane Ventures LP. Bank Mutual is a federal savings bank and wholly owned subsidiary of Bank Mutual Corp., which has revenues of $91 million. Boerke is a commercial real estate firm. Fami- lies is a nonprofit organization benefiting chil- dren, families, and communities. BLACKROCK INC. New York, NY has added to its hoard: Mathis Cabiallavetta Vice Chairman MARSH 8c MCLENNAN COMPANIES INC. New York, NY Bio Notes: Joined Marsh & McLennan in 1999. Also serves as chairman of MMC International. Previously spent nearly 30 years at Union Bank of Switzerland, where he held numerous senior positions, including chairman and EVP. Also is a director of Altria Group Inc. BlackRock is an investment management com- pany. Revenues are $3 billion. Marsh & McLen- nan offers risk, strategy, and human capital ser- vices and products. Revenues are $12 billion. BMC SOFTWARE INC. Houston, TX has added to its hoard: Gary Bloom Bio Notes: Most recently was vice chairman and president of Symantec Corp,, which he joined in 2005 through the company's merger with Veritas Software. Previously was Veritas' chairman, president, and CHO. Formerly spent 14 years at Oracle Corp., rising to EVP. Also is a director of Taleo Corp. BMC is a software developer. Revenues are $2 billion. C.H. ROBINSON WORLDWIDE INC. Eden Prairie, MN has added to its hoard: Steve Polacek Chief Administrative Officer and CFO OPUS CORP. Minnetonka, MN Bio Notes: In present position since 2005. Pre- viously served as a partner in the Minneapolis office of Deloitte & Touche LLP. Spent a 20- year career with Arthur Andersen LLP and was a managing partner from 1995-2002. Age 47. C.H. Robinson provides transportation servic- es. Revenues are $7 billion. Opus is a privately held real estate development company. CABELA'S INC. Sidney, NE has added to its hoard: John H. Edmondson Bio Notes: From 1998-2004 served as CEO of West Marine Inc., a publicly traded boating supply company. Previously spent a 40-year career in the retail industry. Cabela's sells hunting, fishing, and outdoor gear. Revenues are $2 billion. CAMBRIDGE HEART INC. Bedford, MA has lidded to its board: John E McGuire Keith M.Serzen Chief Operating Officer, Americas RKSMi'D INC. Poway, CA Bio Notes: McGuire previously was president and CEO managing the American Red Cross blood donations, disaster relief efforts, and humanitarian projects through more than 800 chapters nationwide. Also served as president of Whatman PI.C Filtration Products, a pro- viderof separations technology, materials, and devices to laboratory and health care markets. Serzen previously served as CFiO of Thcracar- dia Inc. and president and CEO of Acculight Inc., a laser-oriented research and development company. From 1995-1998 was VP of market- ing and sales for Heartstream Inc. Held senior sales, marketing, and general management po- sitions with Nellcor. Cambridge develops products for diagnosis of cardiac disease. Revenues arc $9 million. ResMed develops products for diagnosis and treatment of sleep-disordered breathing. Rev- enues arc $738 million. CAPSTONE TURBINE CORP. Chatsworth, CA has added to its board: Gary Mayo VP of Energy and Knvironmental Services MGM MIRAGE Las Vegas, NV Holly Van Deursen Bio Notes: Mayo previously spent a 30-year career with Ford Motor Co. and Visteon Corp., where he most recently served as director of government affairs and corporate responsibil- FIRST QUARTER 2008 61 DIRECTORS & BOARDS' DIRECTORS ROSTER SPONSORED BY HEIDRICK & STRUGGLES ity, Van Deursen previously was a member of British Petroleum's top-40 executive team, where she held a variety of senior roles. For- merly was with Amoco Corp. Serves as nonex- ecutive director of Petroleum Geo-Services and Anson Industries. Capstone is a manufacturer of microturbine energy systems. Revenues are $20 million. MGM Mirage is a hotel and gaming company. Revenues are $8 billion. CENTENE CORP. St Louis, MO has added to its board: Pamela A. Joseph Chief Executive Officer NOVA INFORMATION SYSTEMS INC. Atlanta, GA Bio Notes: Previously was chairman of U.S. Bancorp Payment Services. Served as CEO of Nova Information Systems Inc., which she joined in 1994 as VP of marketing. Formerly was director of new market development for Visa International and held senior sales and marketing positions with Wells Fargo Bank. Also is a director of Paychex Inc. Centene is a multiline health care company. Revenues are $3 billion. Nova manages and facilitates payment processing, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of U.S. Bancorp. CERUS CORP. Concord, CA hiii adtk(] to its hoard: GaU Schuize Bio Notes: Most recently served as CEO of YM Biosciences U.S. and president of YM Biosciences Inc., a global biopharmaceutical organization engaged in oncology programs. Previously was president and CEO of Bximias Pharmaceutical Corp. From 2001-2004 served as COO and deputy CEO of Aventis Behring LLC, a biologies subsidiary of Aventis. From 1997-2001 was senior EVP and chief commer- cial officer at Aventis. Previously was a corpo- rate VP at Allegiance Healthcare Corp. and held multiple positions within Baxter Healthcare Corp. Cerus is a biopharmaceutica! company. Rev- enues are $27 mQUon, CHARLES RIVER LABORATORIES INTERNATIONAL INC. Wilmington, MA /icis (uhleii to it<: board: Nancy T. Chang Managing Director ORBIMKD ADVISORS New York, NY Bio Notes: Is engaged in seeking private invest- ment opportunities that capitalize on the rapid growth of Asia's life sci- ences markets. Previously was co-founder, CEO, and chairman of Tanox Inc., which in 2007 was ac- quired by Cenentech Inc. Charles River is engaged in drug discovery and development. Revenues are $1 billion. OrbiMed is a health care investment firm. CHECKPOINT SYSTEMS INC. Thorofare, NJ has added to its board: Robert P. van der Merwe Bio Notes: Was president, CEO, and chairman of Paxar Corp. prior to its 2007 sale to Avery Dennison Corp. Previously held senior posi- tions with Kimberly-Clark Corp., including group president of the global consumer (is- sue business and group president for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Erom 1987-1993 served as managing director of Southern Afri- can operations for Xerox Corp. Formerly was a brand manager at Colgate Palmolive in South- ern Africa. Checkpoint manufactures labeling systems. Revenues are $687 million. CIT GROUP INC. New York, NY has added to its board: James S. McDonald President and CEO ROCKEFELLER & CO. INC. New York, NY Bio Notes: in present posi- tion since 2001. Also cur- rently serves as a director and audit committee chair of NYSE Croup Inc. and chairman and member of the board of the Japan So- ciety ofNew York. Prior to joining Rockefeller & Co. was president and CEO of Pell Rudman & Co. Inc. CIT is a commercial and consumer finance company. Revenues are $4 billion. Rockefeller is a global wealth management firm serving high-net-worth individuals, families, trusts, foundations, and endowments. COCA-COLA CO. Atlanta, GA has added to its board: Alexis M. Herman Chair of the Diversity Advisory Board TOYOTA MOTOR SAI.KS U.S.A. INC. Torrance, CA Bio Notes: Became the first African-American Secre- tary of Labor in 1997. Prior to joining President Clinton's Cabinet, served as assistant to the presi- dent, director of the White House Publit.- Liaison Of- fice, and deputy director of the Presidential Transition Office. During the 1980s founded and was president of A.M. Herman & Associates, a government and pri- vate sector consultancy. Began her government career when she was appointed by President limmy Carter as the youngest director of the Women's Bureau in the Labor Department. From 2001-2006 served as chairwoman of Coca-Cola Co.'s human resources task force. In addition to her role at Toyota Motor, she serves as CEO of New Ventures Inc. Also is a director of Cummins Inc., Entergy Corp., and MCM Mirage. Coca-Cola is a global beverage company. Rev- enues are $27 billion. Toyota Motor Sales is the U.S. sales, distribution, and marketing unit 62 DIRECTORS ft BOARDS DIRECTORS & BOARDS' DIRECTORS ROSTER SPONSORED BY HEIDRICK & STRUGGLES for Toyota Motor Corp., which has revenues of $216 billion. CORPORATE EXECUTIVE BOARD CO. Washington, DC has added to its hoard: Gordon Coburn Chief Financial and Operating Officer COGNIZANT TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS CORP. Teaneck. NI Bio Notes: loined Cogni- zant in 1997. Previously served in a number of fi- iiaiicial management roles ;it Dnn & Bradstreet Corp. .'\lso is a director of ICT (Iroup Inc. Corporate Executive Board provides best practices research and analysis. Revenues are $516 million. Cognizant is a provider of global IT and business process outsourcing services. Revenues are $2 billion. CSS INDUSTRIES INC. Philadelphia, PA has added to its hoard: John Gavin Bio Notes: Previously was vice chairman of Drake, Beam Morin Inc., an international ca- reer management and transitions management firm. From 1994 2004 was president and COO of Right Management Consultants Inc. For- merly spent 18 years at Andersen Worldwide. Also isadirector of Interline Brands Inc., Dol- lar Financial Corp., GCA Services Inc., and DBM Inc. CSS provides seasonal and all-occasion prod- ucts to mass-market retailers. Revenues are $529 million. CYTEC INDUSTRIES West Paterson, N) has added to its board: Carol P. Lowe Vice President and CFO CARLISLE COMPANIES INC. Charlotte, NC Bio Notes: Joined Carlisle in 2002. Previously held various accounting and treasury positions, including treasurer, at National Gypsum Co. Also spent seven years with F.rnst & Young. Cytec is a specialty chemicals and materials company. Revenues are $3 billion. Carlisle is a construction materials manufacturer. Revenues are $3 billion. D.R. HORTON INC. Fort Worth, TX has added to its hoard: Bob G. Scott Bio Notes: Retired from Summit Bancshares Inc., where he served as CFO and COO from 1994-2006. D.R. Horton is a homebuilder operating in 27 states. Revenues are $11 billion. DEL1A*S INC. New York, NY has added to its hoard: Paul Raffin Chief Executive Officer FRETTH ING. New York, NY Bio Notes: Prior to joining Frctle held various posi- tions at Limited Brands, most recently as president of the Express Inc. divi- sion. Served as president, nijil order, at 1. Crew; president ot Cant, a divi- sion of Crystal Brands; and president of the Colours and Coloursport division of Colours by Alexander Julian. Also is a director of Bombay Co. Inc. dELIA*s is a direct marketing and retail com- pany targeted to teen consumers, Revenues are $267 million. Frette is a privately held luxury linens provider. DISCOVER FINANCIAL SERVICES Riverwood, IL has added to its hoard: Michael H. Moskow Vice Chairman CHICAGO COUNCIL ON GLOBAL AFFAIRS Chicago, IL Bio Notes: In 20{)7 retired as CEO of the Fed- eral Reserve Bank of Chicago, where he had served since 1994. Previously was a faculty member at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Served as a dep- uty U.S trade representative. From 1977-1991 worked at Esmark Inc., Northwest Industries. Dart and Kraft Inc., and Premark International. Began his career teaching economics, labor re- lations, and management at Temple University, Lafayette College, and Drexel University. Also is a director of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York. Discover Financial provides financial services. Revenues are $4 billion, Chicago Council is a nonpartisan organization engaged in discourse on global issues. DYNCORP INTERNATIONAL INC. Falls Church, VA has added to its board: Peter |. Schoomaker Director SPECIAL OI'HRATIONS WARRIOR FOUNDATION Tampa, FL Bio Notes: Spent 31 years serving in a variety of command and staff as- signments with the United States Army, including chief of staff from 2003- 2007. Participated in nu- merous military opera- tions, including Desert One in Iran, Ucsert Shield/Desert Storm in Southwest Asia, and Uphold Democracy in Haiti. Also is a director of CAE USA, the U.S. subsidiary of CAE Canada. DynCorp provides services to civilian and mil- itary government agencies. Revenues are $2 bil- lion. Special Operations provides tree college scholarship grants and financial aid to children of military special operations personnel killed in operational missions or training accidents. ELECTRONIC CLEARING HOUSE INC. Camarillo, CA has added to its board: Keith B. HaU Bio Notes: Recently retired as SVP and CFO of Lending Tree Inc., a division of lAC interAc- tive Corp. Previously was CFO at Broadway & Seymour Inc., Loctite Corp., and Legent Corp. Spent 12 years in financial positions at United Technologies Corp. Electronic Clearing provides payment and transaction services. Revenues are $78 million. FIRST QUARTER 2008 63 DIRECTORS & BOARDS' DIRECTORS ROSTER SPONSORED BY HEIDRICK & STRUGGLES ENERGEN CORP. Birmingham, AL has added to its hoard: Kenneth W. Dewey Member of the External Advisory Committee, Department of Petroleum and Ceosystems Engineering UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS Austin, TX Bio Notes: In 2006 retired as CFO of Randall & Dewey, the oil and gas mergers, acquisitions, and divestments company that became tbe en- ergy investment banking division of lefferies & Co. through a merger in early 2005. Previ- ously spent 11 years with Amoco Corp. and its subsidiaries. Eounder of Energy Industry CFO Group, which provides quarterly gatherings for more than 20 CFOs of independent and inte- grated energy companies. Energen is engaged in oil and natural gas dis- tribution. Revenues are $1 billion. FAMILY DOLLAR STORES INC. Cbarlotte, NC has added to its board: Harvey Morgan Managing Director BENTLEY ASSOCIATES LP New York, NY Bio Notes: Joined Benttey in 2004. Previously was principal and head of the consumer/retail industry practice at Shattuck Hani- mond Partners, executive managing director at )W- Genesis Capital Markets, and managing director of Ladenburg, Thalmann & Co. Inc. Also is a di- rector of Cybex International Inc. and Execu- tive Health Group Inc. Family Dollar is a discount store chain. Rev- enues are $7 billion. Bentley is an investment banking firm. FEDEX CORP. Memphis, TN has added to its hoard: Gary W. Loveman Chairman, President, and CFO HARRAH'S FNTERTA.INMENT INC. Las Vegas, NV Bio Notes: Prior to joining Harrah's in 1998, was an associate professor of business admin- istration at Harvard Business School. Serves as chairman of the American Gaming Associa- tion. Also is a director of Coach Inc. FedEx provides global package delivery ser- vices. Revenues are $36 billion. Harrah's is a gaming company. Revenues are $10 billion. GANNETT CO. INC. McLean, VA has added to its hoard: Neal Shapiro President WNET New York. NY Bio Notes: Also serves as president of Educational Broadcasting Corp., tbe licensee of WNET. Previ- ously held various senior positions at National Broadcasting Co., includ- ing president of NBC News from 2001-2005. Gannett is an international media company. Revenues are $8 billion. WNET is tbe largest public television station in the U.S. HARMAN INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIES INC. Washington, DC has added to its hoard: Brian F. Carroll Member KOHLBERG KRAVIS ROBERTS & CO. LP New York, NY Harald Einsmann Bio Notes: Carroll was with Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette until 1993. Also is a director of Rock- wood Specialties Group Inc. and Sealy Corp. Einsmann served as an operating partner and a member of the board of EQT, a leading Eu- ropean private equity group sponsored by the Wallenberg group of Scandinavia, from 2000- 2006. Previously held management positions and a seat on the worldwide board at Procter & Gamble Co. Also is a director of Tesco PLC, Carlson Group Inc., and Checkpoint Systems Inc. Harman manufactures products for the auto- motive, consumer, and professional markets. Revenues are $4 billion. Kohlberg Kravis is a private equity firm. HARMONIC INC. Sunnyvale, CA has added to its board: Patrick Gallagher Vice Chairman GOLDEN TELECOM Moscow Bio Notes: Gallagher spent 17 years with Brit- ish Telecom, where he held numerous posi- tions, including group director of strategy & development, president of BT Europe, and a member of the company's executive commit- tee. Served as co-vice chairman and CEO at FLAG Telecom. Also is a director of Getronics NV Age 52. Harmonic provides video delivery solutions. Revenues are $280 million. Golden provides telecommunications services in Russia and other countries of the Commonwealth of in- dependent States. Revenues are $1 billion. HCP INC. Long Beach, CA has added lo its board: Christine Garvey Trustee SANTA BARBARA CHAPTER HABITAT HOR HUMANITY Santa Maria, CA Bio Notes: Retired in 2004 from Deutsche Bank AG, where she was global head of corporate real estate and services. Also was global head of worldwide real estate and workplace resources for Cisco Systems. Formerly was EVP and head of commercial real estate for Bank of America. Began her career as an attorney specializing in corporate real estate and probate law. Also is a director of Hilton Hotels and Prologis. HCP invests directly or through joint ven- tures in healthcare facilities. Revenues are $1 billion. 64 DIRECTORS a BOARDS DIRECTORS & BOARDS' DIRECTORS ROSTER SPONSORED BY HEIDRICK & STRUGGLES HERSHEY CO. Hershey, PA has added to iti board: Edward J. KeUy Managing Director CARLYLE GROUP Washington, DC Tom Ridge President and CEO RIDGE GLOBAL LLC Washington, DC Bio Notes: Kelly previ- ously was a vice chairman at PNC Financial Services Group, following the com- pany's acquisition of Mer- I ^intile Bankshares Corp., where he served as chair- man, CEO, and president. i leid numerous senior po- sitions at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., including managing director and head of global financial institutions and co-head of investment bank- ing client management. Prior to 1994 was a partner at Davis Polk & Wardwell. Formerly served as a law clerk to Supreme Court lustice William |. Brennan |r. Also is a director of Hartford Financial Services Group and CSX Corp. Ridge (pictured) in 2003 became the first Secretaryofthe U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Oversaw some 22 federal agencies and departments until he resigned in 2005. Served as governor of Pennsylvania from 1995-2001. Elected to Congress in 1982, serving six terms in the House of Representatives. Formerly was an assistant district attorney in Erie County, Pa. Also is a director of Exelon Corp, and Vonagc Holdings Corp. Also joining the Hershey board in a reorganization forced by the Hershey Trust are: Charles A. Davis, former head of world- wide investment banking services at Goldman, Sachs & Co.; Arnold G. Langbo, retired chair- man and CEO of Kellogg Co.; James E. Nevels, chairman of investment advisory firm Swarth- morc Group; Charles B. Strauss, former chair- man and CEO of Unilever North America; and Leroy S. Zimmerman, senior council for Sea- mans Cherin & Mellot, who formerly served as Pennsylvania's first elected attorney general. Hershey Is a manufacturer of chocolate and sugar confectionery products. Revenues are $5 billion. Carlyle is private equity firm. Ridge Global is a strategic consulting firm. HILB ROGAL & HOBBS CO. Glen Allen, VA has added to its board: Julie A. Beck Executive Vice President and CFO JOURNAl- RECISTER CO. Yardley, PA Bio Notes: In 2006 joined (ournal Register as SVP and CFO. Previously was SVP, CFO, and treasurer of Norwood Promotional Products Inc. From 1999-2003 was VP of finance for the inland papcrboard and packaging subsidiary of Temple-Inland Inc. From 1986-1999 held nu- merous senior positions at Rockwell Automa- tion, including director of finance. Began her career as a staff accountant for Deloitte. Hilb Rogal provides risk management and insurance services and employee benefits con- sulting. Revenues are $769 million. Journal Register is a newspaper and online publishing company. Revenues are $480 million. HOME DEPOT INC. Atlanta, GA has added to its board: E Duane Ackerman Ari Bousbib President OTIS ELEVATOR CO. Farmington, CT Karen Katen Senior Adviser ESSEX WOODLAN[)S HEALTH VENTURES New York, NY Bio Notes; Ackerman re- tired in 2006 as chairman and CEO of BellSouth Corp. when the company merged witb AT&T. Previ- ously spent more than 30 years with BellSouth 'i'ele- communications.tbe larg- est subsidiary of BellSouth Ct)rp., where he held numerous senior posi- tions, including president and CEO. Age 65. Bousbib joined Otis in 2002. Has held numer- ous positions, including COO from 2000-2002. Also held leadership positions with United Technologies Corp., the parent company of Otis, where he served as VP of corporate strat- egy and development. Previously was manag- ing director of Strategic Partners Group, an investment and M&A advisory firm, and was with Booz Allen Hamilton. Katen (pictured) recently retired as vice chairman of Pfizer Inc., where she spent a 33-year career and held nu- merous senior positions, including president of Pfizer Human Health, the company's principal operating group. Currently serves as chairman of the Pfizer Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Pfizer Inc. Home Depot is a specialty retailer of home improvement products. Revenues are $90 bil- lion. Otis, the world's largest manufacturer of elevators, escalators, and moving walkways, is a subsidiary of United Technologies Corp., which has revenues of $45 billion. Essex is a venture capital firm. HORMEL FOODS CORP. Austin, MN has added to its board: Terrell K. Crews Execulive Vice President and CFO MONSANTO Co. St. Louis, MO Ronald D. Pearson Chairman Htiicrilus HY-VEKlNC:. West Des Moines, lA Bio Notes: Crews (pic- tured) has spent a 30-year career with Monsanto, where he has served in nu- merous senior positions, including controller for Latin America, finance head for the company's Asia Pacific operations, and CFt.) of Monsanto Global Seed Group. Age 52. Pearson began his career witb Hy-Vee in 1960 as a part-time employee during college. Served in a variety of senior roles, including district manager, assistant VP, and president, CEO, and chairman. He is past chair of the Food Marketing Institute. Hormel manufactures consumer-branded food and meat products. Revenues are $6 bil- lion. Monsanto is an agricultural products company. Revenues are $8 billion. Hy-Vee is an employee-owned supermarket chain operating across seven Midwestern states. FIRST QUARTER 2008 6S DIRECTORS & BOARDS' DIRECTORS ROSTER SPONSORED BY HEIDRICK & STRUGGLES HUMANA INC. Louisville, KY has added to its board: William J. McDonald EVP, Brand Management CAPITAL ONE FINANCIAL CORP. McLean, VA Bio Notes: loined Capital One in 1998, Previously was chief marketing officer for Boston Chicken Inc., where lie developed award- winning advertising for the Boston Market and Boston Carver brands. Also was chief marketing officer for KFC and served in marketing and branding leadership roles for Pizza Hut and PepsiCo. Age 31. Humana is a health benefits company. Reve- nues are $25 billion. Capital One is a financial holding company. Revenue,s are $ 12 billion. IMMUNOGEN INC. Cambridge, MA has added to its board: Richard Wallace SVP of Research and Development GLAXOSMITHKLINE Philadelphia, PA Bio Notes: Over a 15-year career at GlaxoSmith- Kiine and its predecessors has held numerous management positions, including VP of sales and marketing for oncology products at Glaxo Wellcome and VP of clinical development and product strategy at GlaxoSmithKline. Prior to joining Glaxo Canada in 1992, held commer- cialization and strategic development positions at Unilever, Johnson & lohnson, Bristol-Myers Canada, and Helene Curtis Canada. ImmunoGen develops anticancer biophar- maceuticals. Revenues are $38 million. Glaxo- SmithKline is a pharmaceutical company. Rev- enues are $47 billion. IMPERIAL SUGAR CO. Sugar Land, TX has added to its board: Robert Kopriva Bio Notes: From 1981-2005 held numerous senior positions with Sara Lee Corp., most re- cently as CEO. Age 56. Imperial processes and markets refined sugar. Revenues are $896 million. INTEL CORP. Santa Clara, CA has added to its hoard: Carol Bartz Chairman AUTODESK INC. San Rafael, CA Bio Notes: Served as chair- man, president and CEO of Autodesk for 14 years. Previously held manage- ment positions at Sun Mi- crosystems Inc., Digital F.quipment Corp., and 3M Corp. Also is a director of Cisco Systems Inc. and Network Appliance Inc. Intel manufactures semiconductor chips. Rev- enues are $37 billion. Autodesk is a software provider. Revenues are $2 billion. INTERPUBLIC GROUP OF COMPANIES INC. New York, NY has added to its board: Mary GuilfoUe Bio Notes: Prior to 2002 held senior positions at JPMorgan Chase, including EVP and chief administrative officer and corporate treasurer. From 1996-2000 was partner, CFO, and COO of Beacon Group, a private equity, strategic advi- sory, and wealth management partnership. Pre- viously held numerous positions at Chemical Banking Corp., including chief administrative and strategic planning officer/managing direc- tor. Formerly was with Coopers & Lybrand and Booz Allen & Hamilton. Chairman of MG Ad- visors Inc., a privately owned financial services M&A advisory and consulting firm. Age 53. Interpublic is a global advertising and market- ing services company. Revenues are $6 billion. JONES APPAREL GROUP INC. New York, NY has added to its hoard: Donna F. Zarcone Member, Board of Managers WRiGHTwooi) CAPITAL Chicago, IL Bio Notes: Serves as president and CEO of D.F. Zarcone & Associates LLC, a strategic advisory consulting firm founded in 2007. From 1994- 2006 held numerous management roles within Harley-Davidson Financial Services Inc, in- cluding president and COO and CFO. Previ- ously was EVP, CFO, and treasurer of Chrysler Systems Leasing Inc. Also is a director of Cigna Corp. Jones designs and markets apparel, footwear, and accessories. Revenues are $5 billion. Wrightwood provides real estate financing. KAYDON CORP. Ann Arbor, MI has added lo its board: William K. Gerber Bio Notes: Recently retired after nearly 10 years as CFO of Kelly Services Inc., an international staffing services company. Prior to 1998 held senior financial positions at The Limited Inc. and management positions at Arthur Ander- sen, Gould Inc., and Caterpillar Inc. Age 53. Kaydon designs and manufactures custom-en- gineered products. Revenues are $428 million. KBW INC. New York, NY has added to its hoard: Michael J. Zimmerman Executive Vice President and CEO CONTIGROUP COMPANIES INC. New York, NY Bio Notes: Also serves as president of Con- tiCiroup subsidiary Contilnvestments. Prior to 1996 was a managing director at Salomon Brothers. Is a director and chairman of Over- seas Shipholding Group Inc. and a director of Financial Federal Corp. Age 57. KBW (Keefe, Bruyette & Woods) is an invest- ment bank specializing in the financial services sector. Revenues are $422 million. ContiGroup [formerly Continental Grain Co.), one of the largest privately held companies in the U.S., 66 DIRECTORS & BOARDS DIRECTORS & BOARDS' DIRECTORS ROSTER SPONSORED BY HEIDRICK & STRUGGLES is in the cattle feeding and pork and poultry businesses. KRAFT FOODS INC. Northfield, IL has added to its board: Lois Juliber Chiiirman MASTERCARD HOUNDATION Toronto, Ontario Frank Zarb Managing Director HKl.l.MAN & FRIKDMAN LLC New York, NY Bio Notes: Juliber retired in 2005 as vice chairman andCOOofColgate-Pal- niolive Co., having served in both domestic and in- ternational senior operat- ing and corporate posi- tions. Previously was a corporate officer at Gen- eral Foods Corp. Also is a director of Goldman Sachs and DuPont Co. Zarb (pictured) also currently serves as nonexecutive chairman of Promontory Financial Group. Previously was chairman and CEO of NASD Inc. and Nasdaq Stock Market Inc., chairman, C^EO and presi- dent of insurance brokerage firm Alexander & Alexander Services Inc., group chairman of Travelers Companies Inc., and chairman and CEO of Smith Barney. Also is a director of American International Group Inc. Kraft is a food and beverage company. Reve- nues are $36 billion. MasterCard Foundation was created to provde access to the global econ- omy for financially excluded people around the world. Hellman & Friedman is a private equity firm. LCC INTERNATIONAL INC. McLean, VA has added to its board: Melvin L Keating President and OX.) ALLIANCE SEMICONDUCTOR CORP. Santa Clara, CA Bio Notes: From 2004-2005 served as EVP, CFO, and treasurer of Quovadx Inc., a health care software company. From 1997-2004 was a strategy consultant for Warburg Pincus Equity Partners. Also served as president and CEO of Sunbelt Management Co., a private, European- owned real estate development firm. Formerly was SVP of financial administration at Olym- pia & York Companies/Reichmann Interna- tional. Also is a director of Integrated Silicon Solutions Inc. LCC provides products and services to the tele- communications industry. Revenues are $130 million. Alliance owns a portfolio of invest- ments in technology companies. LIFEPOINT HOSPITALS INC. Brentwood, TN has added to its board: Marguerite W. Kondracke President and CR") AMERICA'S PROMISE ALLIANCE Alexandria, VA Bio Notes: In present position since 2004. Pre- viously served as special assistant to U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander and the staff director of the Senate Subcommittee on Children and Fami- lies. From 2001-2003 was president and CEO of The Brown Schools, a provider of behavioral services for adolescents. Co-founded and for- merly served as CEO of Bright Horizons Fam- ily Solutions. Also is a director of Saks Inc. LlfePoint provides health care services in non- urban communities in 18 states. Revenues are $3 billion. America's Promise is a nonprofit children's advocacy organization founded in 1997 by Gen. Colin Powell. MAGUIRE PROPERTIES INC. Los Angeles, CA has added to its hoani: George A. Vandeman Bio Notes: In 2000 retired from Amgen Inc., where he held numerous .senior positions, in- cluding head of product licensing and head of corporate development, SVP, and general counsel. Previously was a senior partner and head t)f the mergers and acquisitions practice at the international lawfirmof Latham & Wat- kins LLP, where he spent nearly 30 years and represented such clients as Marvin Davis and 'led Turner. Maguire is a real estate investment trust. Rev- enues are $476 million. MCCORMICK & CO. INC. Sparks, MD has added to its hoard: Joseph W. McGrath President and CEO UNISYS CORP. Blue Bell, PA Bio Notes: Has held nu- merous senior positions at Unisys, including presi- dent and COO, EVP, and president of Unisys Enter- prise Transformation Ser- vices. Previously was a se- nior executive at Xerox Corp. and the Gartner Ciroup. Also servos on the profe.ssional advisory board for the Rutgers University Center for Global Change and Governance. McCormick manufactures spices, seasonings, and flavors for the food industry. Revenues are $3 billion. Unisys is an information technology company. Revenues are $6 billion. MICRON TECHNOLOGY INC. Boise, ID has added to its board: Robert L. Bailey Chairman and CF,O PMOSiKRKA INC. Santa C;;iara,CA Bio Notes: Since 1993 has also served as presi- dent and CEO of PMC-Sierra Ltd., PMC's Ca- nadian operating subsidiary. From 1989-1993 served as VP and genera! manager at AT&T Microelectronics. Formerly held management positions at Texas Instruments. Micron is a semiconductor manufacturer. Revenues are $6 billion. PMC-Sierra provides broadband communications and storage semi- conductors. Revenues are $428 million. MOBILITY ELECTRONICS INC. Scottsdale, AZ has lidded to its board: Michael |. Larson SVP and General Manager of the Personal Systems Group, Americas HEWLETi' PACKARD CO. Palo Alto, CA Bio Notes: In present position since 2002. From 1996-2001 served in a variety of senior posi- tons at Compaq Computer Corp. prior to its FIRST QUARTER 2008 67 DIRECTORS & BOARDS' DIRECTORS ROSTER SPONSORED BY HEIDRICK & STRUGGLES merger with Hewlett-Packard. Formerly held positions with Toshiba, Sony Corp., Coca-Cola Co., Johnson & Johnson, and Carnation Co. Mobility develops universal power adapters for portable computers and mobile electronic devices. Revenues are $82 million. HP provides computers, printers, and other technology products. Revenues are $101 billion. NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. New York, NY has added to its, board: S. Thomas Moser Bio Notes: Recently retired as a vice chairman at KPMG LLP, where he spent a 37-year career and held numerous senior po- sitions, including national and global leader for the high technology, consum- er, and industrial industry practices. Served as a member of KPMG's board and as vice chairman, industries, and vice chairman, strategy. Age 60. NewYork Life is an insurance provider with capital and surplus of $13 billion. NUTRITION 21 INC. Purchase, NY has added to its board: Peter C. Mann Bio Notes: In 2007 retired as chairman and CEO of Prestige Brands Holdings Inc. In 2001 he cofounded and served as CEO of MedTech Holdings Inc., which subsequently became Prestige Brands, a marketer and distributor of brand name over-the-counter health care, per- sonal care, and household cleaning products. Began his career at Block Drug Co. and held senior positions at Mennen Co., Swift & Co., and Chemway Inc. Nutrition 21 is a nutritional bioscience com- pany. Revenues are $42 million. OPENWAVE SYSTEMS INC. Redwood City, CA has added to its board: Patrick Jones Chairman LATTICE SEMICONDUCTOR CORP. Hillsboro, OR Charles Levine Bio Notes: Jones previously was SVP and CFO for Gemplus International SA. Also served as VP and corporate controller at Intel Corp. and CFO at LSI Logic. Began his career at IBM Corp. Also is a director of Novell Inc. Levine most recently was COO at Sprint PCS. Previ- ously was SVP and president at Octel Commu- nications Corp. Also served as president and CEO at CAD Forms Technology. Formerly held senior positions at AT&T Inc., General Electric Co., and Procter and Gamble Co. Openwave is a software provider. Revenues are $290 million. Lattice designs, develops, and markets programmable logic devices and re- lated software. Revenues are $243 million. OWENS & MINOR Mechanicsville, VA has added to its hoard: Robert C. Sledd Chairman PERFORMANCE FOOD GROUP Richmond, VA Bio Notes: Chairman of Performance Food since 1995. Served as CEO from 1987-2001 and again from 2004-2006, Age 54. Owens provides medical and surgical supplies and healthcare supply chain management. Revenues are $7 billion. Performance provides products to the food service industry. Revenues are $6 billion. PENTAIR INC. Golden Valley, MN has added to its board: Jerry W. Burris President BARNES INDUSTRIAL Farmington, CT Bio Notes: Prior to joining Barnes Group, spent a 20-year career with General Electric Co. Was president and CEO of advanced materials quartz and ceramics at GE. Pentair is engaged in water and technical products. Revenues are $3 billion. Barnes In- dustrial is a global precision components unit of Barnes Group Inc., which has revenues of $1 billion. PFIZER INC. New York, NY has added to its hoard: Suzanne Nora Johnson JIames M. Kilts Founding Partner CENTERVIEW PARTNERS New York, NY Bio Notes: Johnson spent more than 20 years at Goldman Sachs Group, where she served as chairman ofthe global markets institute, head of the global investments research division, senior director, and a member of the firm's management committee. In 2006 was ranked on Forbes list of "The World's 100 Most Power- ful Women." Also is a director of Intuit Inc. and VISA. Age 49. Kilts previously was chairman, president, and CEO of Gillette Co., which in 2005 joined with Procter & Gamble Co. in the largest merger ever in the consumer products sector. From 1998-2000 was president and CEO of Nabisco Holdings Corp. Previously was an EVP for the $27 billion worldwide food group of Philip Morris Co., where he was responsible for integrating Kraft and General Foods world- wide. Began his career at General Foods Corp. Also is a director of New York Times Co., Met- ropolitan Life Insurance Co., and MeadWest- vaco Corp. Age 59. Pfizer is a biomedical and pharmaceutical company. Revenues are $48 billion. Centerview is a financial advisory firm. PHASE FORWARD INC. Waitham, MA has added to its hoard: Kenneth 1. Kaitin Director TUFTS CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF DRUG DEVELOPMENT Boston, MA Bio Notes: Also serves as an associate profes- sor of medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine. Formerly was president of the Drug Information Association and editor-in-chief of the Drug hiforination foiirnal Publishes exten- sively on the factors that contribute to the slow pace and high cost of pharmaceutical research and development and the impact of regulatory and legislative initiatives to speed new drug de- velopment and review. 68 DIRECTORS a BOARDS DIRECTORS & BOARDS* DIRECTORS ROSTER SPONSORED BY HEIDRICK & STRUGGLES Phase Forward provides integrated data man- agement solutions for the pharmaceutical in- dustry. Revenues are $120 million. PHYSICIANS FORMULA HOLDINGS INC. Azusa, CA has added to its board: Jeff M. Berry Vice President and Treasurer DEL MONTE FOODS CO. San Francisco, CA Bio Notes: Began his career with Bain and Co. Spent six years with McKinsey & Co., where he advised consumer products and retail clients on strategy, branding, and marketing. Physicians is a cosmetics company. Revenues are $102 million. Del Monte is a food and pet products company. Revenues are $3 billion. PINNACLE WEST CAPITAL CORP. Phoenix, AZ has added to its board: Doug Parker Chairman and CEO US AIRWAYS CROUP INC. Tempe, AZ Bio Notes: In 2005 as- sumed present position upon the merger of US .'\irways and America West Airlines. Prior to the merg- LT was chairman, presi- dent, and CEO of America West Holdings Corp. Served as VP and assistant treasurer and VP of financial planning and analysis at Northwest Airlines. From 1986-1991 held numerous financial management posi- tions with American Airlines. Age 45. Pinnacle provides electricity and energy-relat- ed products and services. Revenues are $3 bil- hon. US Airways is an airline carrier. Revenues are $12 billion. PITNEY BOWES INC. Stamford, CT has added to its board: Rodney Adkins SVP of Development and Manufacturing, Systems and Technologies Group INTERNATIONAL BU.SINESS MACHINES CORP. Armonk, NY Anne Busquet Bio Notes: Adkins joined IHMin 1981. Among other losponsibilities, he leads (lie company's global serv- er and storage systems liardware and software de- \ clopment as well as semi- conductor manufacturing operations. Also serves on ihe president's advisory board for Georgia Tech and is a trustee for the Georgia Tech Research Corp. Also is a director of PeopleClick Inc. Busquet was CEO of I AC Local and Media Services, a division of IAC/lnterActiveCorp., from 2U04-2L)Ub. Previously served as principal of AMR Advisors LLC, an executive strategy and business development advisory firm and investor in slart-up companies that she found- ed in 2001. Formerly spent a 20-year career with American Express Co., where she held various management positions, including pres- ident of relationship services. Pitney Bowes is a mail and document manage- ment company. Revenues are $6 billion. IBM is an information technology company. Revenues are $96 billion. PRICELINE.COM Norwalk, CT has adikd to its board: Jan L. Docter Consultant BOOK1NG.COM The Netherlands Bio Notes: From 2005-2006 served as interim CFO of Corio, a Dutch real estate investment company. Previously was CFO of Getronics, an information and communications technology company. From 1985-1988 was CFO of Cen- trafarm Group, a European producer and dis- tributor of generic pharmaceuticals and other drugs. Formerly held numerous senior finan- cial positions at Polygram and served in the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs. is an online travel service. Rev- enues are $1 billion. is a unit of, which has revenues of $1 billion. QAD INC. Carpinteria, CA has added to its board: Terry Cunningham Chief Executive Officer CORALS Mountain View, CA Bio Notes: Previously was CEO of Infogenesis. Also served as president and COO of Veritas Software Co. i.ind Seagate Software. In 1984, he founded Crystal Services Inc. which in 1994 was sold to Seagate Technology. Age 48. QAD provides enterprise applications for global manufacturing companies. Revenues are $254 million. Corals is a privately held provider of complex event processing software. QUIDELCORP. San Diego, CA has added to its board: Kenneth F. Buechler Bio Notes: Most recently served as president and chief scientific officer a^ Biosite Inc., where he spent a 20-year career. Quidel is engaged in diagnostic testing. Rev- enues are $119 million. REX ENERGY CORP. State College, PA has adih'd to ils hoard: Daniel J. Churay EVP, General Counsel, and Secretary YRC wouLinviDE INC. Overland Park, KS John W. Higbee Bio Notes: Churay was deputy general counsel and assistant secretary at Baker Hughes Inc. from 1998-2002. Also served as senior counsel at the law firm of Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P., where he represented clients in the energy sec- tor. Higbee was VP and CFO of Fullington Auto Bus Co. from 2004-2006. Was chairman of the audit committee of World Health Alter- natives Inc., a provider of health care staffing services, and CFO of Le-Nature's Inc., a private company engaged in the all-natural beverage business. In 2001 retired from Arthur Ander- sen, where he had spent a 20-year career. Since FIRST QUARTER 2008 69 DIRECTORS & BOARDS' DIRECTORS ROSTER SPONSORED BY HEIDRICK & STRUGGLES 2003 he has served as an independent business consultant focused on public accounting mat- ters, including Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. Rex is an oil and gas company. Revenues are $70 million. YRC is a transportation service provider. Revenues are $10 billion. ROCK-TENN CO. Norcross, GA has added to its board: Bettina M. Whyte Bio Notes: Most recently was managing direc- tor and head of the special situations group at MBIA Insurance Corp. Previously served as managing director of AlixPartners LLC. From 1990-1997 was partner and national director of business turnaround services at Pricewater- house LLP. Also served as a partner at Peterson & Co. Consulting and president of KRW Asso- ciates. Also is a director of AGL Resources Inc. and Amerisure Insurance. Age 58. Rock-Tenn provides marketing and packaging products. Revenues are $2 billion. ROCKWELL COLLINS INC. Cedar Rapids, IA has added to its board: Ralph E. Eberhart Chairman AFBA 5STAR INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT CO. Alexandria. VA Bio Notes: In 2003 retired after a 36-year military ca- reer in the U.S Air Force, where he had served as commander in chief, North American Aero- space Defense Command and U.S. Northern Com- mand. Currently is presi- dent of the Armed Forces Benefit Association. Also is chairman of 5Star Bank, 5Star Life In- surance Co., and AFBA 5Star Fund Inc., and a director of VSE Corp. Rockwell Collins provides communication and aviation electronics for commercial and government customers. Revenues are $4 bil- lion. AFBA provides financial services and products. SEABRIGHT INSURANCE HOLDINGS INC. Seattle, WA has added to its board: Michael D. Rice Bio Notes: Recently retired as EVP of Aon Corp., where he spent a 41-year career. Previously served as CEO of several Aon subsidiaries specializing in national distribution of insurance products. SeaBright is an insurance holding company. Revenues are $226 million. SELECT COMFORT CORP. Minneapolis, MN has added to its hoard: Kristen L. Manos EVP and President, North American Office Environments HERMAN MILLER INC. Zeeland, MI Bio Notes: Joined Herman Miller in 2002. Pre- viously held senior positions at Navistar Inter- national Transportation Corp. and Haworth Inc., a private international manufacturer of office furniture. Select Comfort is a bed retailer. Revenues are $801 million. Herman Miller is a furniture designer and manufacturer. Revenues are $2 billion. SEPRACOR INC. Marlborough, MA has added to its board: Lisa Ricciardi Adjunct Partner ESSEX WOODLANDS HEALTH VENTURES NewYork, NY Bio Notes: Joined Essex Woodlands in 2007. Previ- ously held management positions at Pfizer Inc., in- cluding SVP of hcensing development from 1998- 2007. Formerly worked with clients of American Practice Management, an international management consulting firm. Sepracor is a pharmaceutical company. Rev- enues are $1 biUion. Essex is a venture capital firm. SPANSION INC. Sunnyvale, CA has added lo its hoard: Gilles Delfassy Donald L. Lucas Chairman of the F,xecutive Committee Redwood City, CA Bio Notes: Delfassy recently retired as SVP and head ofthe wireless terminals unit at Texas In- struments Inc., where he spent a 28-year career. Lucas also serves as chairman of DexCom Inc. and 51 job. Served as chairman of Oracle from 1980-1990. Formerly was instrumental in the founding of National Semiconductor Corp. Served as an associate, general partner, and lim- ited partner at Draper Gaither and Anderson. For the past 40 years has been a self-employed venture capitalist. Spansion is a provider of flash memory solu- tions. Revenues are $3 billion. Oracle is an en- terprise software company. Revenues are $19 billion. 7O DIRECTORS S BOARDS DIRECTORS & BOARDS' DIRECTORS ROSTER SPONSORED BY HEIDRICK & STRUGGLES SUSSER HOLDINGS CORP. Corpus Christi,rX has added to its board: David P. Engel Principal ENGEL AND ASSOCIATES LLC Corpus Christi, TX Bio Notes: Prior to forming his consulting practice, was president of Airgas Southwest Inc., a distributor of welding supplies and packaged gases. Formerly was CEO, president, and owner of Welders Equipment Co., which he sold to Airgas Inc. in 19%. Susser is a third-generation family business that operates convenience stores in Texas and Okla- homa. Revenues are $2 billion. Engel provides business management consulting services. SYCAMORE NETWORKS INC. Chclmsford, MA has added to its board: Craig Benson Bio Notes: Formerly was chairman and CEO of Cabletron Systems, which he co-founded in 1983. Elected governor of New Hampshire in 2002. Teaches entrepreneurship courses at Babson College. Sycamore provides bandwidth management prodmrts. Revenues are $156 million. SYNTAX-BRILLIAN CORP. 'lempe,AZ has added to hs board: Bruce I. Berkoff Founder and Chairman LCD TV ASSOCIATION Beaverton,OR Bio Notes: Prior to founding LCD TV Asso- ciation, served as president and CEO and later as chairman of Enuclia Semiconductor. From 1999-2006 was EVP and chief marketing officer at LG Philips LCD. Previously served as general manager of the software and electronics busi- ness unit at Philips Flat Display Systems. Also is a director of Infocus Corp.. TVIA Inc., and Unipixel Inc. Syntax-Britlian is a digital entertainment prod- ucts manufacturer. Revenues are $698 million. LCD is a global nonprofit trade association fo- cused on the LCD TV industry. TEKELEC Morrisvile, NC has added to its hoard: Ronald W. Buckly SVPof Corporate Affairs lXIA Calabasas, CA Bio Notes: Also serves as general counsel and corporate secretary of Ixia. From 1998-2007 was Tekelec's SVP, general counsel and secre- tary. Previously was partner at the law firms of Bryan (!)ave LLP and Coudert Brothers. Tekelec is a network applications company. Revenues are $552 million. Ixia provides per- formance test systems for tP-based infrastruc- ture and services. Revenues are $552 million. TERADATA CORP. Dayton, OH has added to its board: David E. Kepler SVP, Chief Sustainability Officer, and Chief Information Officer DOW CHEMICAL CO. Midland. Ml Bio Notes: Has spent a 32-year career with Dow Chemical, where he is corporate director of shared services, a member of Dow's manage- ment committee, and chair of its sustainability commiltee. Teradata operates data warehousing and en- terprise analytics businesses. Revenues are $2 billion. Dow Chemical is a manufacturer of chemicals, plastics, and agricultural products and services. Revenues are $52 billion. U.S. AUTO PARTS NETWORK INC. Carson. CA has added to its board: Barry Phelps Bio Notes: From 2000-2006 served in executive positions with Spirent Communications PLC, most recently as president of the performance analysis broadband division. Previously was president and CEO at Netcom Systmes. Also held executive positions at MICOM Commu- nications, including chairman and CEO. and financial management roles at Burroughs/Uni- sys Corp. U.S. Auto is an online provider of afterniarket auto parts. Revenues are $161 million. UNIONBANCAL CORP. San l-rancisco. CA has added to its board: Christine Garvey Trustee SANTA BARBARA CHAPTER HABITAI I'OR HUMANITY Santa Maria, CA Barbara L. Rambo Vice Chair NIETECH CORP. Santa Rosa, CA Bio Notes: Garvey retired in 2004 from Deutsche Bank AG, where she was global head of corporate real estate and services. Also was global head of worldwide real estate and workplace resources for tjsco Systems. Formerly was I AT .inii head of commercial real estate for Bank of America. Began her career as an at- torney specializing in corporate real estate and probate law. Also is a director of Hilton Hotels and Prologis. Rambo (pictured) previously was CEO of OpenClose Technologies, a financial services company for the mortgage banking industry. Served as group EVl* and head of na- tional commercial banking at Bank of America. Also is a director of Pacific Gas and Electric Corp. UnionBanCal is a bank holding company. Rev- enues are $.1 billion. Nietech is a privately held marketing and payment processing company. UNITED PARCEL SERVICE INC. Atlanta, GA has added to its board: Rudy Markham Bio Notes: Recently retired after a 39-year ca- reer with Unilever, where he held numerous se- nior positions, including financial director of Unilever in Zurich and director of operations in Australia and New Zealand. Japan. China, Hong Kong, South Korea, and Taiwan. UPS is a package delivery company. Revenues are $49 billion. FIRST QUARTER 2008 71 DIRECTORS & BOARDS' DIRECTORS ROSTER SPONSORED BY HEIDRICK & STRUGGLES us BIOENERGY CORP. St. Paul, MN has added to its board: Charles R. Haynor Bio Notes: Has spent a 32-year career with Briggs and Morgan, where he represents fi- nance institutions, real estate developers, and other businesses. US BioEnergy produces ethanol and distillers grains. Revenues are $384 million. VORNADO REALTY TRUST New York, NY ha5 added lo its board: Candace K. Beinecke Chairperson HUGHES HUBBARD & RF.KD LLP New York, NY Bio Notes: In present position since 1999. Part- ner in the firm's corporate department. Also is chairperson of Arnhold & S. Bieichroeder Advisors LLC's First Eagle Funds Inc. and a director of Rockefeller Financial Services Inc., Rockefeller & Co., and ALSTOM, the French transport and power company. Vornado is an equity real estate investment trust. Revenues are $3 billion. Hughes Hub- bard is a law firm. VYYO INC. Norcross, GA has added to its board: Benita Fitzgerald Mosley President and CEO WOMEN IN CABLE TELECOMMUNICATIONS Chantilly.VA Bio Notes: From 1995- 2001 served in a variety of roles at the United States Olympic Committee, in- cluding director of all public relations programs and chair of the diversity committee. In 1991 be- came a regional director for Special Olympics International in Washing- ton, D.C. Beginning in 1985, spent six years in the design and development of software and hardware systems for Navy, Army, and Air Force defense contractors. Gold medalist in the 100- meter hurdles in the 1984 Olympic Games. Also was a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic Team and an alternate on the 1988 U.S. Olym- pic Team. Numerous honors include being one of eight U.S. Olympians to carry the Olympic tkg during the opening ceremonies of the Cen- tennial Olympic Games in Atlanta. Vyyo is a provider of broadband access equip- ment. Revenues are $5 million. Women in Cable is a nonprofit organization engaged in advancing the position and influence of women. WATTS WATER TECHNOLOGIES INC. North Andover, MA has added to its board: Richard J. Cathcart Bio Notes: Recently retired as vice chairman of Pentair Inc., a diversified manufacturer of water and technical products. Prior to 1995, spent a 20-year career at Honeywell interna- tional Inc., where he held numerous senior positions, including VP and general manager of the company's worldwide huilding control division. Watts manufactures water quality control products. Revenues are $ 1 billion. WEST PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES INC. Lionville, PA has added to its board: Thomas W. Hofoiann Senior Vice President and CFO SUNOCO INC. Philadelphia, PA Bio Notes: Has spent a 30-year career with Su- noco. In present position since 1998. Also is a director of Sunoco Logistics Partners. Age 56. West Pharmaceutical is a global manufacturer of components and systems for injectable drug delivery Revenues are $972 million. Sunoco is a marketer of petroleum and petrochemical products. Revenues are $37 billion. WYNN RESORTS LTD. Las Vegas. NV has added to its board: Ray Irani Chairman and CEO OCCIDHNTAL PHTROLEUM CORP. Los Angeles, CA Bio Notes: Also serves as a trustee of the University of Southern California and as co-chairman of the American University of Beirut. Prior to joining Occidental in 1983, served as president and COO of Olin Corp. Also is a direc- tor of TCW Group Inc. Wyiui is a luxury hotel and gaming company. Revenues are $3 billion. Occidental is an inter- national oil and gas exploration and produc- tion company. Revenues are $18 billion. YRC WORLDWIDE INC. Overland Park, KS has added to its board: Michael T. Byrnes Senior Adviser YUAN ASSOCIATES China Mark A. Schtilz Bio Notes: Byrnes retired iti 2005 as president of Tyco International China. Previously was VP of China Operations for Rockwell Au- tomation Inc. A retired United States Army Brigadier General who has served as the U.S. Defense Attache, U.S. Embassy in Beijing and Ulaanbaatar, and as the Military Attache, U.S. Consulate Hong Kong. Has been a U.S.-based adviser for Yuan Associates since 2006. Age 61. Schulz recently retired as EVP and president of international operations at Ford Motor Co., where he spent a 32-year career. Age 55. YRC is a transportation service provider. Rev- enues are $ 10 billion. Yuan is a government af- fairs consulting firm. 72 DIRECTORS a BOARDS

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