DIRECTORS ROSTER: A quarterly record of new director appointments.


The DIRECTORS & BOARDS Directors Roster--a quarterly record of new director appointments--is compiled from public and private sources by DIRECTORS & BOARDS' Roster editor Barbara Wenger, and is sponsored by Diversified Search. Please forward your director appointments to

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3M CO.

St. Paul, Minn. has added to its board

Dambisa F. Moyo

Founder & CEO

Mildstorm LLC

New York, N.Y.

Moyo has held her current position since 2015. Prior to founding Mildstorm, she worked at Goldman Sachs as an economist. Previously, she worked at the World Bank in Washington, D.C.

3M produces products for the office, health care and highway safety. Revenues are $33 billion.


New York, N.Y. has added to its board

Donald F. Colleran

EVP & Chief Sales Officer

FedEx Corporation

Memphis, Tenn.

Colleran has held his current role since 2017. He served in a variety of leadership roles at FedEx since 1989 including EVP of global sales and solutions, SVP of international sales and president of FedEx Canada.

ABM is a facility management company with services that include janitorial and security. Revenues are $6 billion.


Roanoke, Va. has added to its board

Nigel Travis

Travis was appointed executive chairman of the Dunkin Brands' board in 2018, after retiring as CEO. Previously, he was president and CEO of Papa John's and president and COO of Blockbuster Inc.

Advance Auto Parts is the largest automotive aftermarket parts provider in North America. Revenues are $9 billion.


Irvine, Calif. has added to its board

Michael E. Greenberg

Co-Lead, Allen Discovery Center

Harvard Medical School

Boston, Mass.

Greenberg has been Harvard University's Nathan Marsh Pusey Professor of Neurobiology since 2008. He is a co-leader of Harvard Medical School's Allen Discovery Center for Human Brain Evolution since 2017 and chair of the department of neurobiology.

Allergan develops pharmaceutical products with a specialty in eye care. Revenues are $16 billion.


Detroit, Mich. has added to its board

Brian H. Sharpies


Twyla Inc.

Sharpies is co-founder and chairman of Twyla Inc., a company that provides a new way to discover and buy art online. Previously, he was co-founder, chairman and CEO of HomeAway Inc.

Trynka Shineman



Lexington, Mass.

Shineman has held her current position since 2017. She joined Vistaprint in 2004. Previously, she served as a director and senior manager for PreVision Marketing.

Ally, previously GMAC Financial, provides automotive financing products and other financial services. Assets are $5 billion.


Troy, Mich. has added to its board

Robert K. Ortberg

Chairman, President & CEO

Rockwell Collins Inc.

Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Ortberg joined Rockwell Collins, a leader in aviation and high-integrity solutions, in 1987, and named CEO in 2013. During his tenure the company has been added to the Fortune 500 list, and was named one of "Americas Best Large Employers" by Forbes magazine two years in a row.

Aptiv provides electrical, electronic components and safety technology solutions. Revenues are $14 billion.


Glendale, Calif. has added to its board

Mark J. Barrenechea

Vice Chair, CEO & CTO

OpenText Corporation

Waterloo, ON

Bennenechea joined OpenText as president and CEO in 2012 from Silicon Graphics International Corp. where he was president and CEO. Previously, he spent seven years at Oracle as SVP of applications development.

Avery Dennison provides office and consumer products and retail information services. Revenues are $7 billion.


Broomfield, Colo. has added to its board

John A. Bryant

Bryant retired in early 2017 as chairman of Kellogg Company. He joined Kellogg in 1998 and held a variety of senior leadership roles, including CEO and president. Prior to Kellogg, he was with Lion Nathan, Australia. He currently serves on the board of Macy's Inc.

Ball is a packaging manufacturer. Revenues are $12 billion.


Oklahoma City, Okla. has added to its board

Bill G. Lance


Chickasaw Nation Department of Commerce

Lance is the CEO of the Chickasaw Nation Department of Commerce, responsible for the management of all commercial business enterprises of the Chickasaw Nation. He serves on the boards of Global Gaming Solutions LLC, RSE Enterprises Inc., and Chickasaw Nation Industries.

BancFirst is a bank holding company. Revenues are $347 million.


Franklin Lakes, N.J. has added to its board

Jeffrey W. Henderson

Advisory Director

Berkshire Partners

Boston, Mass.

Henderson served as CFO of Cardinal Health Inc. from 2005 to 2014, and previously held leadership positions at Eli Lilly and General Motors. He has been an advisory director to Berkshire Partners since September 2015, and is the non-executive chairman of Qualcomm Inc.

Becton Dickinson manufactures medical devices and instrument systems. Revenues are $15 billion.


Columbus, Ohio has added to its board

Sebastian DiGrande

EVP & Chief Customer Officer

The Gap Inc.

San Francisco, Calif.

DiGrande has held his current position since 2016. Previously, he was a senior partner and managing director of the Boston Consulting Group for 20 years. He was a leader in BCG's technology, marketing and digital innovation efforts.

Christopher J. McCormick

McCormick was president and CEO of L.L. Bean Inc. from 2001 until his retirement in 2016 and was the first non-family member to have held this position. He joined L.L. Bean in 1983, serving in various leadership positions including senior vice president and chief marketing officer.

Big Lots operates as a community retailer. Revenues are $5 billion.


Auburn Hills, Mich. has added to its board

Paul A. Mascarenas

Special Venture Partner

Fontinalis Partners LLC

Detroit, Mich.

Previously, Mascarenas was chief technical officer and VP of research and advanced engineering at Ford Motor Co. where he played an instrumental role in the development and launch of many of Ford's global products, including the F-Series, Explorer, Mustang, Taurus, Fusion and Focus models.

Deborah D. McWhinney

McWhinney served as president of personal banking and wealth management at Citigroup Inc. through 2014. Previously she was president of Schwab Institutional, a member of the Schwab executive committee and earlier worked for 17 years at Bank of America.

BorgWarner provides engineered components and systems for vehicle powertrain applications. Revenues are $10 billion.


Wauwatosa, Wise. has added to its board

Sara A. Greenstein

SVP, Consumer Solutions

United States Steel Corp.

Pittsburgh, Pa.

Greenstein has held her current position since 2014. Previously, she was president of UL supply chain and sustainability at Underwriters Laboratories Inc.

Briggs & Stratton provides gasoline engines for outdoor power equipment. Revenues are $2 billion.


Mettawa, III. has added to its board

Joseph McClanathan

President and CEO of the household products division at Energizer Holdings Inc. until his retirement in 2012, McClanathan served as president-North America at Energizer Holdings from 1999 until 2004.

Brunswick provides leisure products, including pleasure boats, bowling and billiards products, and fitness equipment. Revenues are $5 billion.


White Plains, N.Y. has added to its board

Mark N. Zenuk

Managing Partner

Tillridge Global Agribusiness Partners

Irving, Texas

In his current position since 2016, Zenuk previously was a managing director at NGP Energy Capital Management, leading the agribusiness investment platform. Prior to NGP, he served in many domestic and international executive leadership roles with Archer Daniels Midland Co.

Bunge is a global agribusiness and food company. Revenues are $45 billion.

CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY LTD. Calgary, AB has added to its board

Edward L. Monser

Monser retired as president of Emerson Electric Co. in late 2018. He spent more than 30 years in senior roles at Emerson and was named COO in 2001 and president in 2010.

Canadian Pacific is a transcontinental railway in Canada and the U.S. Revenues are $5 billion.


Stamford, Conn. has added to its board

James E. Meyer


SeriusXM Holdings Inc.

New York, N.Y.

Meyer has held his present position since 2012. Previously, he was president of Aegis Ventures, and held a number of senior management roles in consumer electronics including SEVP of Digital Media Solutions at Thomson.

Charter provides cable service. Revenues are $42 billion.


Oklahoma City, Okla. has added to its board

Mark A. Edmunds

Senior Partner, Vice Chairman


Edmunds is a senior partner and vice chairman at Deloitte serving on its board of directors, including its global and elected leader succession committees. He previously led the Americas Oil and Gas practice, joining Deloitte in 1981.

Chesapeake is the second-largest producer of natural gas in the U.S. Revenues are $9 billion.


Bloomfield, Conn. has added to its board

Mark B., McClellan


Robert J. Margolis MD Center for Health Policy

Durham, N.C.

In his current position since 2015, McClellan is also professor of business, medicine and policy at Duke University. Previously, he served as director of the initiative on value and innovation in health care at The Brookings Institution. From 2004-2006 he was administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and previously was commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Cigna provides health insurance and related products and services. Revenues are $43 billion.


New York, N.Y. has added to its board

Lew (Jay) Jacobs

Jacobs joined PIMCO in...

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