Big Three Executive: General Motors Co. 2017

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Mary T. Barra

Chairman and CEO

Barra became the first female chief executive to lead a major automaker when she was named CEO in January 2014. She was elected chairman of the GM board of directors in January 2016. Barra is an engineer who has worked for GM for over 30 years. Previously, Barra was executive vice president of global product development, purchasing and supply chain, and senior vice president, global product development. In these roles, she was responsible for the design, engineering, program management, and quality of GM vehicles around the world. Barra has also served as vice president, global human resources; vice president, global manufacturing engineering; and manager of the Detroit Hamtramck assembly plant. Barra graduated with an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business after receiving a GM fellowship. She began her career with GM in 1980. Barra is a member of the General Dynamics board of directors, and serves on the board of directors of the Detroit Economic Club and as vice chair of the Kennedy Center’s Corporate Fund Board.

 

Dan Ammann

President

​Ammann is responsible for managing the company’s worldwide regional operations, the global Chevrolet and Cadillac brand organizations, global product planning, new business development, and GM Financial. Previously, as CFO, he led a transformation of GM’s finance operations and managed the strategy to rebuild the company’s captive finance capability through GM Financial.  Ammann was named president in 2014. Before joining GM in 2010, the New Zealand native was managing director and head of industrial investment banking for Morgan Stanley and spent five years at Credit Suisse in New York and New Zealand. Ammann is a certified industry pool test driver at the Nurburgring Nordschleife racetrack in Germany. A graduate of the University of Waikato in New Zealand, Ammann holds a bachelor of management studies. He is also a member of the board of directors of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. and Lyft Inc. Ammann has been an integral part of GM’s resurgence since the great recession. He lives with his wife and two daughters in the Fisher Mansion in Detroit.

 

Alan Batey

Executive Vice President President, North America

​Batey served as interim chief marketing officer and vice president, U.S. sales and service, where he was responsible for improving customer satisfaction, dealer profitability, and resale value. He was also vice president, U.S. Chevrolet sales and service. Batey began his GM career in 1979 as a mechanical engineering apprentice for Vauxhall in the United Kingdom. He has held senior management positions in multiple countries for GM.

 

Gustavo Céspedes

Executive Vice President; SAIC-GM-Wuling

Céspedes manages SAIC-GM-Wuling, General Motors China’s automotive joint venture with SAIC and Wuling Motors. He is based at the group’s headquarters in Liuzhou, Guangxi. Céspedes has worked in manufacturing, marketing, planning, and product development. He began his career at GM Mexico in 1985 as an engineer and was manufacturing lead of new product development at the Warren, Mich., technical center. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.

 

​Johande Nysschen

Executive Vice President; SAIC-GM-Wuling

Céspedes manages SAIC-GM-Wuling, General Motors China’s automotive joint venture with SAIC and Wuling Motors. He is based at the group’s headquarters in Liuzhou, Guangxi. Céspedes has worked in manufacturing, marketing, planning, and product development. He began his career at GM Mexico in 1985 as an engineer and was manufacturing lead of new product development at the Warren, Mich., technical center. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.

 

Barry Engle

Executive Vice President; President, South America

Engle is responsible for GM’s operations in Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, and Venezuela. He was president of Ford of Brazil and Mercosul and earlier, director of marketing, sales, and service.. Since 2011, Engle was CEO of Agility Fuel Systems in Santa Ana, California. From 2010 to 2011, he was CEO of Think Holdings, based in Oslo, Norway and from 2008 to 2010, he served as president and CEO of New Holland Agricultural Equipment in Turin, Italy.

 

Craig Glidden

Executive Vice President Legal and Public Policy; General Counsel

Glidden leads a team of attorneys who serve GM’s regional and functional teams in more than 30 countries. Previously, Glidden was executive VP and chief legal officer for LyondellBasell, one of the world’s largest plastics, chemical, and refining companies. He has also served as general counsel of Chevron Phillips Chemical Co. Glidden received a bachelor of arts from Tulane University and a juris doctor with high honors from Florida State University. 

 

Stefan Jacoby

Executive Vice President; President, GM International

With nearly 30 years of international experience, Jacoby leads GM’s international operations in more than 100 countries and territories in Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East. Most recently, he served as global CEO and president at Volvo Car Corp. and led a successful turnaround and transformation as the CEO of Mitsubishi Motors in Europe and also as CEO of Volkswagen in the U.S. Jacoby has extensive experience in finance, sales, and marketing. 

 

Karl-Thomas Neumann

Executive Vice President; President, GM Europe; Chairman of the Management Board, Opel Group GmbH

Neumann has been at the helm of Opel since 2013 and was named chairman of the board of Adam Opel AG and president, Europe. Neumann has been chairman of the management board of Opel Group GmbH, which is responsible for all GM operations. He joined Opel/Vauxhall from Volkswagen AG, where he was CEO and vice president of Volkswagen Group China. Previously, he was director of electronic strategy for Volkswagen.

 

Mark L. Reuss

Executive Vice President Global Product Development; Purchasing and Supply Chain

Reuss leads the design, engineering, safety, quality, research and development, and program management for GM vehicles around the world. He also oversees GM’s global purchasing and supply chain, and is a member of the GM executive operations committee, the Opel supervisory board, and the board of Shanghai GM. From 2009-2013, Reuss was president of GM North America. Under Reuss’ watch, GM produced consistent profits and improved margins . 

 

Chuck Stevens

Executive Vice President; CFO

Stevens leads GM’s global financial and accounting operations. He was previously CFO of GM North America, with responsibility for U.S. sales, service, and marketing; GM Canada; GM Mexico; North America Manufacturing; Customer Care and Aftersales. He was also interim CFO of GM South America from December 2011 to January 2013. Stevens began his GM career in 1983 at Buick Motor Division. He served as finance director of GM Shanghai and held several leadership positions in China and Singapore. 

 

Matt Tsien

Executive Vice President; President, GM China

Based in Shanghai, Tsien oversees operations of GM’s business in China, including its 11 joint ventures. He also sits on the boards of SAIC-GM-Wuling, FAW-GM, Shanghai OnStar, and GM Korea. Previously, as VP of planning and program management for GM China and GM Consolidated International Operations and Strategic Alliances, he was GM’s leading voice across the region and helped oversee the growth of its product lineup. He began his career in 1976 as a student in electrical engineering. 

 

Alicia Boler-Davis

Executive Vice President, Global Manufacturing

Appointed in June 2016, Boler-Davis is a member of GM’s Executive Leadership Team, the Opel supervisory board, and the GM Korea board of directors. Her responsibilities also include labor relations. Previously, Boler-Davis was senior VP, global connected customer experience, where she led the company’s connected customer activities, including infotainment, OnStar, and GM’s Urban Active personal mobility initiatives. In February 2012, Boler-Davis was appointed U.S. vice president, customer experience. 

 

Tony Cervone

Senior Vice President, Global Communications

As GM’s top communications executive, Cervone is responsible for the company’s overall global communications strategy, including products and brands, corporate, social media, executive support, and internal communications. He is a member of the Executive Leadership Team and is a senior advisor to CEO Mary Barra. Cervone also is chairman of the GM Philanthropy and Corporate Giving. Previously, Cervone served as executive vice president of group communications for Volkswagen Group of America. 

 

John J. Quattrone

Senior Vice President, GM Global Human Resources

Quattrone had been executive director of human resources for global product development, and global purchasing and supply chain and the corporate strategy, business development and global planning. He began his GM career in 1975 at the Fisher Body plant in Syracuse. He was VP of human resources for GM North America and GM Powertrain. Quattrone also served on the board of directors of the American Society of Employers and Health Grades Inc.

 

Daniel E. Berce

President and CEO, GM Financial

Berce has held these positions at GM Financial since October 2010, when General Motors purchased the company. Previously, he served as vice chairman, president, treasurer, CEO, and CFO of AmeriCredit Corp. Before that, Berce was an auditor with Coopers & Lybrand for nearly 16 years and was a partner with the firm. Berce also serves as a member of the board of directors for Arlington Asset Investment Corp., a principal investment firm and Cash America International Inc., a publicly-traded consumer finance company. 

 

Stephen K. Carlisle

President Managing Director, GM of Canada Ltd.

Carlisle provides both direct and indirect oversight over all business activities in the vast Canadian market, including sales and marketing for all General Motors vehicle classes and brands, aftersales, dealer support, operations, manufacturing and engineering. He most recently served as vice president of global product planning and program management. Previously, he led U.S. sales operations and was responsible for the dealer network, retail sales support, and fleet and commercial. 

 

Ernesto Hernandez

President Managing Director, General Motors de Mexico

Hernandez is responsible for GM’s operations in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean. GM de Mexico is headquartered in Mexico City and has administrative, manufacturing, and warehousing facilities in the states of Mexico, Coahuila, Guanajuato, and San Luis Potosi. GM has operated in Mexico for 80 years and in 2015 provided direct employment to 15,000 people. Hernandez became the first Mexican to serve in this role. Prior to that, he was the GM de Mexico vice president. 

 

​Kaher Kazem

President Managing Director, GM India

Kazem succeeded Arvind Saxena, who retired last year. Kazem began his career with GM in 1995 at GM Holden in Australia as a senior engineer, and later held several leadership positions in GM Holden manufacturing operations. He became vice president of manufacturing and quality for GM Thailand/ASEAN in 2009. Kazem was appointed president and managing director of GM Uzbekistan in 2012 and chief operating officer of GM India in August 2015 prior to assuming his current role as managing director. 

 

James Kim

President and CEO; GM Korea

Kim joined GM Korea in 2015 as president and COO. He is responsible for all operations of GM Korea, which has 17,000 employees and four manufacturing facilities, and represents one of only seven fully integrated design, engineering, and manufacturing operations within GM. Kim also has oversight responsibilities for GM’s joint venture operations in Uzbekistan. He joined GM Korea from Microsoft Korea, where he had served as country manager and CEO. Kim’s previous roles include CEO of Yahoo Korea. 

 

Luca Patrigniani

President Managing Director, GM Russia

Patrigniani continues the restructuring of GM’s business in Russia. He had been managing director of GM CIS since 2012, responsible for Opel and Cadillac business in Russia. GM Russia will now focus on the premium segment of the automotive market, selling the entire Cadillac model range as well as the Corvette, Camaro, and Tahoe. Patrigniani began his GM career in 1989 at GM Europe in Zurich and then moved to GM Italia, where he became marketing manager in 2000. After that he ran Opel in Greece.

 

Mike Ableson

Vice President, Global Product

Ableson is responsible for leading the Strategy Organization team, whose role is to look for opportunities to leverage GM’s technology advantage in the changing automotive industry and integrate across the business. The structure recognizes connected vehicles, urban mobility, autonomous vehicles, and fuel cells as critical future business opportunities. Previously, as VP, global planning and program management, Ableson was responsible for leading the company’s worldwide product plans. He reports directly to CEO Mary Barra. 

 

Jeff Boyer

Vice President, Global Vehicle Safety

Boyer has global responsibility for the safety development of GM vehicles, including safety performance and post-sale safety activities, and recalls. He was executive director, engineering operations and system development, where he led business operations, metrics, the global virtual design process, program content management, and engineering systems development. During his 40-year GM career, Boyer has held a wide range of engineering, safety, and leadership positions in regional and global programs.

 

Santiago Chamorro

Vice President, Global Connected Customer Experience

Chamorro, the former president of GM de Brazil, is responsible for the company’s global connectivity activities. He reports directly to General Motors CEO Mary Barra. Chamorro restructured GM de Brazil, resulting in greater competitiveness and the growth of the Chevrolet brand. He also led the launch of the OnStar and Maven platforms in Brazil, strengthening GM’s leadership in connectivity and urban mobility. Chamorro was born in Bogota, Colombia.

 

Cathy Clegg

Vice President, North America Manufacturing and Labor Relations 

Clegg leads a team of more than 74,000 employees with responsibility for 55 facilities including assembly, stamping, powertrain, and component operations in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Leading GM’s labor relations was added to her role in June 2015. She is responsible for union-management partnerships, leading joint programs and negotiations, and other key matters involving union-represented workers. Clegg earlier served as global manufacturing engineering VP. 

 

Tony Francavilla

Vice President, Global Quality

Francavilla is responsible for leading GM’s global quality efforts, which are aimed at providing the highest-quality vehicles as a foundation for its customers’ experience. He brings to the role in-depth knowledge and global experience in manufacturing, engineering, and supplier quality. Prior to this role, Francavilla served in a variety of senior roles within the Quality organization, including executive director of global supplier quality. Francavilla began his career with GM in 1979 as a co-op student at GM Canada in St. Catharines. 

 

Michael Devereux

Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Aftersales; GM International

Devereux served as chairman of GM Holden Ltd. with responsibility for GM’s operations in Australia and New Zealand. He joined GM Service Parts Operations - International in 1989 and held numerous leadership positions in product development and sales for ACDelco and GM Parts. In 2008, he became president and managing director of GM Middle East Operations. Devereux holds a B.S. degree in industrial engineering from the GMI Engineering & Management Institute.

 

Jim Glynn

Vice President, Manufacturing, GMIO/GM China

Glynn oversees all manufacturing operations for GM International Operations and China. He had been vice president, global labor relations, responsible for developing and implementing union-management partnerships, joint programs, contract negotiations, and other key matters involving union-represented workers. He moved to this role after serving as North America labor relations vice president for two years. Previously, Glynn served as GM North America manufacturing manager.  

 

Stephen Hill

Vice President, U.S. Sales and Service

U.S. sales chiefs for Chevrolet and Buick-GMC report to Hill. He is also responsible for GM’s U.S. operations unit and fleet sales. Hill had been vice president of GM’s Customer Care and Aftersales division, which oversees vehicle service, parts, and other operations in GM’s North America retail network. He also served as sales manager for the Premium Channel (Cadillac-Hummer-Saab). Hill began his GM career in 1983 at Cadillac as a district service manager, and moved on to numerous positions.

 

Gerald Johnson

Vice President, Operational Excellence

As a member of Chairman and CEO Mary Barra’s Executive Leadership Team, Johnson’s responsibilities include planning and executing an enterprise-wide focus on process discipline, improvement, and waste elimination. He leads a team of experts who implement training and support Operational Excellence projects across all functions of the company. Johnson had been North America manufacturing vice president with responsibility for 55 operational plants.

 

Ken Kelzer

Vice President, Global Vehicle Components and Subsystems

Kelzer’s role and organization comprise engineering operations, components development, advanced vehicle development, and other engineering business initiatives. He joined GM as an intern in 1982, and most recently was VP of GM Europe powertrain engineering. Some of Kelzer’s prior roles include executive chief engineer of full-size and midsize vehicles, global vehicle chief engineer for rear-wheel drive and performance vehicles, and global functional leader. 

 

Steve Kiefer

Vice President, Global Purchasing and Supply Chain

Kiefer continues to build on the progress GM has established with its suppliers. His leadership experience in the supplier community and strong technical expertise will be key as GM continues its efforts to reshape how the company and its suppliers work together, partner for mutual success, and deliver greater value to customers. Kiefer reports to Mark Reuss, executive VP, Global Product Development, Purchasing and Supply Chain. Previously, Kiefer was VP, Global Powertrain. 

 

Jon Lauckner

Vice President, Global Research & Development Chief Technology Officer; President, General Motors Ventures LLC

Lauckner’s main focus is to drive tech and innovation into GM’s global product portfolio and to lead GM Ventures, the subsidiary formed in July 2010 to make equity investments in startup companies that are developing next-generation automotive technology. Lauckner had been vice president of global product planning and vice president of global program management. He joined General Motors in 1979 as an engineer at Buick.

 

Victoria Mcinnis

Vice President, Tax and Audit

McInnis is responsible for GM’s global audit, tax, and customs strategy and operations. She leads a global team of more than 500 employees who handle GM’s internal audit services and GM’s tax and customs planning, compliance, and controversy management. McInnis had served as the company’s chief tax officer since 2009. She joined GM in 1995 and has held a variety of upper-level leadership positions in the U.S., Canada, and in Zurich, Switzerland. She has a J.D., an M.B.A. and bachelor’s degrees in finance and in French.

 

Ken Morris

Vice President, Global Product Integrity

Morris’s organization includes vehicle, powertrain, and electrical systems engineering as well as vehicle performance, industrial engineering, and validation. The organization also includes the Global Vehicle Safety and Supplier Quality groups and builds on specific actions GM has taken in recent years to lead the industry in vehicle dynamics, including ride and handling, steering, and braking. Morris joined GM in 1989 as a brake systems engineer from Borg Warner Automotive Transmission Systems, where he was a test engineer.

 

Dan Nicholson

Vice President ,Global Propulsion Systems

Nicholson is responsible for the design, development, and testing of GM’s global powertrain systems. Previously, he was executive director of powertrain controllers, software, and calibration. He also served as VP of quality from 2010 to 2011, and as VP of global propulsion systems (formerly GM Powertrain) engineering in Europe from 2008 to 2010. Previous roles include executive director of powertrain integration in Europe and chief engineer and program manager for GM’s small- and big-block engine programs. 

 

Lowell C. Paddock

Vice President, Planning and Program Management, GM International

Paddock joined GM in 1992. He was president and director of GM India since January 2012. His previous positions include director of portfolio planning and executive director for vehicle planning and program management at Shanghai GM. Paddock joined GM International in 2014 as VP of planning and program management, with responsibility for product portfolio and product marketing activities for the region including Africa, the Middle East, India, Korea, Australia, and Southeast Asia.

 

Andreas Schaaf

Vice President, Cadillac, China

Schaaf reports directly to Cadillac Global President Johan de Nysschen and has operational responsibility for China Cadillac. Prior to this role, Schaaf served as VP, Cadillac Europe. Schaaf started his career at BMW AG in 1996 in product controlling, product management, and strategy. He then moved to management and leadership positions in central marketing and sales for the Asia, Pacific, Africa, and Eastern Europe regions. Schaaf served as vice president, sales and marketing, for the BMW Group in South Korea until 2010.

 

Michael Simcoe

Vice President, GM Global Design

Simcoe had been vice president of GM international design since 2014. In that role, he led GM’s production and advanced studios in Korea, Australia, and India. Simcoe joined GM in 1983 as a designer at Holden in Australia, and is Holden’s brand champion. In 2003, as executive director of Asia Pacific design, he led the development of the new GM Korea design operations. Simcoe later became executive director of North American exterior design and was responsible for several of General Motors’ critical and commercial successes. 

 

Dhivya Suryadevara

Vice President, Finance; Treasurer; CEO and Chief Investment Officer, GM Asset Management

Suryadevara directs General Motors’ global treasury operations, including capital planning, capital market activities, worldwide banking, and the overall strategy and management of GM’s pension plans. She also serves as CEO and chief investment officer of GM Asset Management, overseeing $80 billion in assets across GM’s defined benefit plans. Earlier, she served as managing director of investment strategy and fixed income for GM Asset Management.

 

Thomas S. Timko

Vice President, Controller and Chief Accounting Officer

Timko provides global leadership and oversight for external reporting, technical accounting matters, development of accounting policies, internal controls, and the consolidations process. He is responsible for reporting financial results to the chief executive officer, chief financial officer, and the board of directors’ audit committee. Timko reports directly to the CEO on the global strategic risk management program and develops and coordinates the agenda for the board’s risk committee.

 

Diana Tremblay

Vice President, Global Business Services

Tremblay’s team is comprised of employees from finance, human resources, facilities, real estate, and indirect purchasing. Global Business Services manages dozens of common processes across GM’s global operation, and is expected to eventually reduce associated costs by at least 30 percent. Previously, Tremblay was vice president, North American manufacturing, with a team of 55,000 employees and responsibility for 58 facilities in North America that include assembly, stamping, powertrain, and component operations. 

 

Tim Turvey

Vice President, Global Customer Care and Aftersales

Turvey has global oversight for customer care and aftersales, including driving customer retention throughout the ownership lifecycle by ensuring global service engineering readiness for launch vehicles; service parts planning and procurement; warehousing and logistics; the parts distribution network; and service, sales, and marketing support to the GM North America dealer and the independent aftermarket channels. He previously served as executive director of GM North America Customer Care. 

 

Kurt Wiese

Vice President, Global Manufacturing Engineering

Wiese has global manufacturing engineering responsibility for automotive press, body, paint, assembly, controls, powertrain, and global program management. He has 37 years of experience in manufacturing and manufacturing engineering. Wiese’s most recent position was executive director in global product development. Earlier, he led operations at Oshawa Truck Assembly and manufacturing engineering vehicle body systems. Wiese has a strong reputation for relationship-building. 

 

Duncan Aldred

U.S. Vice President, Global Buick-GMC

Aldred is responsible for Buick-GMC sales, service, and marketing in the U.S. and oversees brand strategy globally. He had been chairman and managing director of Vauxhall Motors and CEO of Opel Ireland, based in Great Britain. Aldred joined GM in 1990 at Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant near Liverpool. He worked in various positions in Vauxhall sales and marketing before becoming Vauxhall retail sales director in 2004. Following assignments in Hungary and Germany, Aldred was named managing director, Vauxhall Motors, in 2010.

 

Paul Edwards

U.S. Vice President, Chevrolet Marketing

Edwards oversees all aspects of Chevrolet marketing in the U.S. He had been executive director of GM’s global marketing since 2010, and was responsible for Chevy global marketing, global media operations, agency management, marketing alliances, and auto shows. Edwards began his GM career in 1992 at Cadillac, where he held a variety of sales and marketing positions. He was named manager of Chevrolet advertising in 2003 and in 2004, he was appointed director of media operations, advertising, and corporate marketing. 

 

Brian Sweeney

U.S. Vice President, Chevrolet

Sweeney is responsible for Chevrolet vehicle sales, service, and marketing in the U.S. He had been U.S. vice president, Buick-GMC sales and service since 2010, and was appointed to his current position in 2014. Sweeney joined GM in 1990 and held a series of sales and service assignments at GMC, Pontiac, and GM vehicle sales, service, and marketing before becoming vice president of Saab Cars USA in 2004. General Motors’ dealers credit Sweeney with boosting Buick’s lease business and raising customer service standards. 

 

Kenneth J. Barret

Chief Diversity Officer

Barrett has nearly 16 years of executive experience, including five years as the U.S. Navy’s diversity director, where he achieved historic levels of growth in the number of minority and female officers and work-life balance initiatives. Before joining GM in 2012, he served as the under secretary of defense’s acting director, Office of Diversity Management and Equal Opportunity in Washington, D.C. Barrett holds a bachelor’s of political science from the College of the Holy Cross and a master’s in national security and strategic studies from the Naval War College. 

 

Jill Sutton

Corporate Secretary, Deputy General Counsel, Corporate, Finance, and Strategic Transactions

Sutton is responsible for legal support for strategic transactions, debt and finance transactions, securities, treasury, tax, accounting, and other corporate matters. She also has legal oversight and general control of General Motors Asset Management. As corporate secretary, Sutton advises and supports General Motors’ board of directors and its committees. Previously, Sutton was executive vice president, general counsel, and corporate secretary of Tim Hortons Inc.

 

Tim Mahoney

Chief Marketing Officer, Global Chevrolet and Global GM Marketing Operations Leader 

Mahoney has nearly 30 years of automotive  marketing experience. His responsibilities include executing Chevrolet’s brand platform, Find New Roads, and growing the Chevrolet brand. He began his career in 1984 with Subaru of America Inc., where he served as director of marketing. Mahoney joined Volkswagen as chief product and marketing officer in 2011 and was responsible for aligning the direction of the brand’s product planning and promotional efforts in the U.S. 

 

Jeffrey A. Taylor

Chief Compliance Officer, Deputy General Counsel

Taylor leads GM’s ethics and compliance program, and supports GM’s business operations and leadership team through an organizational culture committed to integrity, ethical conduct, vehicle safety, and compliance with the law and company policies. Prior to joining GM in 2015 as deputy general counsel for federal oversight, Taylor was VP and general counsel of Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems. Earlier, he also led a team of more than 300 as chief executive of Ernst & Young’s fraud investigation and dispute services in the Americas.

 

General Motors Co. Board of Directors 

Mary T. Barra
Chairman and CEO, General Motors Co.

Joseph J. Ashton
Retired Vice President, United Auto Workers

Linda R. Gooden
Retired Executive Vice President, Information Systems & Global Solutions, Lockheed Martin Corp.

Joseph Jimenez
CEO, Novartis, AG

Kathryn V. Marinello 
Senior Adviser, Ares Management LLC

Admiral Michael G. Mullen, USN (Ret.)
Retired Chairman, U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff

Jane L. Mendillo
Retired President and CEO, Harvard Management Co.

James J. Mulva
Retired Chairman, President, and CEO, ConocoPhillips

Patricia F. Russo 
Former CEO, Alcatel-Lucent

Thomas M. Schoewe
Retired Executive Vice President and CFO, Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

Theodore M. Solso
Independent Lead Director, General Motors Co. Retired Chairman and CEO, Cummins, Inc.

Carol M. Stephenson 
Retired Dean, Ivey Business School, University of Western Ontario

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