DIRECTORS ROSTER: A quarterly record of new director appointments.

Author:Wenger, Barbara
 
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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 bwenger@directorsandboards.com.

Submission of new director announcements are welcome from all sources, including executive recruiters, corporate communications staff and directors themselves.

AARONS INC.

Atlanta, Ga.

added to its board

Kelly Barrett

Barrett was SVP of home services at the Home Depot Inc. until the end of 2018. Prior to that, she held positions of VP, internal audit and corporate compliance, and VP, corporate controller.

Aaron's is engaged in specialty retailing of residential furniture, consumer electronics, and home appliances. Revenues are $4 billion.

ADAMS RESOURCES & ENERGY INC.

Houston, Texas

added to its board

John O. Niemann

Managing Director

Andersen Tax LLC

Houston, Texas

Niemann has served as a managing director of Andersen Tax since 2013. He is also the president and COO of Arthur Andersen LLP since 2003. He began his career at Arthur Andersen in 1978.

Adams Resources engages in marketing, transportation and storage of crude oil. Revenues are $2 billion.

AGCO CORP.

Duluth, Ga.

added to its board

Sondra L. Barbour

Barbour retired in 2016 as EVP, information systems & global solutions, Lockheed Martin Corp. Joining Lockheed in 1986, she served in various leadership capacities including SVP of enterprise business services and CIO.

AGCO manufactures agricultural equipment and replacement parts. Revenues are $9 billion.

ALBANY INTERNATIONAL CORP.

Rochester, N.H.

added to its board

Mark J. Murphy

CFO

Qorvo Inc.

Greensboro, N.C.

Murphy is in his current position since 2016. Prior to Qorvo, he was CFO and EVP at Delphi Automotive PLC and served as president of U.S. industrial gases at Praxir Inc.

Albany International is engaged in textile and materials processing businesses. Revenues are $1 billion.

ALLEGHENY TECHNOLOGIES INC.

Pittsburgh, Pa.

added to its board

David P. Hess

Hess retired as EVP and chief customer officer of Aero: space for United Technologies Corp. He served as president of Pratt & Whitney Co. Inc. from 2009 to 2014.

Marianne Kah

Kah served as chief economist for ConocoPhillips for more than 20 years until her retirement in 2017. She currently serves as an adjunct senior research scholar and advisory board member of Columbia University's Center on Global Energy policy.

Allegheny Technologies is a producer of diversified specialty metals. Revenues are $4 billion.

ALPHABET INC.

Mountain View, Calif.

added to its board

Robin L. Washington

EVP & CFO

Gilead Sciences Inc.

Forest City, Calif.

Washington joined Gilead in 2008, and is in her current role since 2014. Previously, she was CFO of Hyperion Solutions, and held a number of executive positions with PeopleSoft Inc.

Alphabet provides online advertising services operating through Google and Other Beta segments. Revenues are $142 billion.

AMC ENTERTAINMENT HOLDINGS INC.

Leawood, Kan.

added to its board

Adam J. Sussman

VP & General Manager

Nike Inc.

Beaverton, Ore.

Sussman is the first-ever chief digital officer of Nike Inc. and previously was head of Nike's global strategy and corporate development. Prior to Nike, he was SVP of global publishing at Zynga.

AMC is a theatrical exhibition company. Revenues are $5 billion.

AMERIPRISE FINANCIAL INC.

Minneapolis, Minn.

added to its board

Brian T. Shea

Shea served as vice chairman and CEO of Investment Services for BNY Mellon from 2014 until his retirement in 2017. He began his career with Pershing LLC in 1983.

Ameriprise is a financial planning, asset management, and insurance company. Revenues are $13 billion.

AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING INC. (ADP)

Roseland, N.J.

added to its board

Francine S. Katsoudas

EVP & Chief People Officer

Cisco Systems Inc.

San Jose, Calif.

Katsoudas began her career at Cisco in 1996 and has served in various leadership positions including most recently as chief people officer, since 2014.

ADP provides business outsourcing services. Revenues are $14 billion.

AXALTA COATING SYSTEMS LTD.

Philadelphia, Pa.

added to its board

William M. Cook

Cook had a 30-year career at Donaldson Co. serving in numerous management positions, including executive chairman, CEO and president for more than ten years. He is currently a director of IDEX Corp.

Axalta provides high performance coatings products primarily for the transportation industry. Revenues are $5 billion.

BIO-TECHNE CORPORATION

Minneapolis, Minn.

added to its board

Rupert Vessey

President, Research & Early Development

Celgene Corporation

Summit, N.J.

Vessey is in his current position at Celgene since 2016, and is anticipated to hold that position at Bristol-Myers Squibb once its acquisition of Celgene is final. Previously, he held research and development senior management positions for ten years at Merck.

Bio-Techne provides biotechnology re-agents, instruments, and clinical diagnostic controls. Revenues are $703 million.

BMC STOCK HOLDINGS INC.

Raleigh, N.C.

added to its board

Cheemin Bo-Linn

Co-Founder, CEO

Peritus Partners Inc.

San Jose, Calif.

Bo-Linn is in her current position since 2013. Earlier in her career, she served as a VP of IBM in IT infrastructure, software and enterprise storage.

BMC is a lumber and building materials distributor. Revenues are $4 billion.

BRIGHT HORIZONS FAMILY SOLUTIONS INC.

Watertown, Mass.

added to its board

Laurel J. Richie

Richie served as president of the Women's National Basketball Association LLC from 2011 to 2015. During her tenure, she led the league's business, operations, and marketing initiatives, and became the first African American to run a major US professional sports league.

Bright Horizons provides employer supported child care, early education, and work/life solutions. Revenues are $2 billion.

BROADCOM INC.

San Jose, Calif.

added to its board

Justine F. Page

Page was VP, secretary and CAO of Integrated Circuit Systems Inc., retiring in 2005. She currently is a finance advisor of Aerielle Group International Inc. and Aerielle Technologies Inc.

Broadcom provides wired and wireless broadband communications semiconductors. Revenues are $22 billion.

BROADRIDGE FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS INC.

Lake Success, N.Y.

added to its board

Amit Zavery

Platform Head, Google Cloud

Google Inc.

Mountain View, Calif.

Zavery is in his current position since early 2019. Previously, he served in senior leadership roles during his 24 years at Oracle Corporation. Most recently, he was EVP and general manager of Oracle Cloud Platform and middleware products.

Broadridge provides investor communications for the financial services industry. Revenues are $4 billion.

CARE.COM INC.

Waltham, Mass.

added to its board

Clark K. Ervin

Partner

Squire Patton Boggs

Cleveland, Ohio

Ervin is a partner in the government investigations and white collar practice group of Squire. Earlier, he was Inspector General of the State Department under President George W. Bush, who appointed him founding Inspector General of the then newly created Department of Homeland Security.

Care.com is an online marketplace for finding and managing family care. Revenues are $198 million.

CARVANA COMPANY

Tempe, Ariz.

added to its board

Neha Parikh

President

Hotwire Inc.

San Francisco, Calif.

Parikh has been president of Hotwire Inc, part of the Expedia Group, since 2017. Prior to Hotwire, she held marketing and product development roles at Dade Behring.

Carvana operates an e-commerce platform for buying and selling used cars. Revenues are $2 billion.

CEDAR FAIR ENTERTAINMENT CO.

Sandusky, Ohio

added to its board

Carlos A. Ruisanchez

President & CEO

Pinnacle Entertainment Inc.

Las Vegas, Nev.

In his current position since 2016, Ruisanchez joined Pinnacle in 2008. Previously, he served as senior managing director at Bear, Stearns & Co.

Cedar Fair is a regional amusement-resort operator. Revenues are $1 billion.

CENTRAL GARDEN & PET CO.

Walnut Creek, Calif.

added to its board

Michael J. Griffith

Griffith was president and CEO of EAT Club Inc., the largest business-focused online lunch delivery company in the United States, until his retirement in 2018.

Central Garden provides products for the lawn and garden, and pet supplies markets. Revenues are $2 billion.

CISCO SYSTEMS INC.

San Jose, Calif.

added to its board

Wesley G. Bush

Bush was CEO of Northrop Grumman from 2010 through 2018 and is currently chairman. Prior to 2010, he served as president and COO, corporate VP and CFO, and president of Northrop's space technology sector.

Cisco provides networking and communications products. Revenues are $51 billion.

CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD PLC

Chicago, Ill.

added to its board

Richard A. McGinn

McGinn has more than 45 years of business management, financial and investment experience. He served as CEO of VeriFone Systems Inc. and CEO of Lucent Technologies Inc.

Cushman & Wakefield provide commercial real estate services. Revenues are $8 billion.

DELL TECHNOLOGIES INC.

Round Rock, Texas

added to its board

Lynn M. Vojvodich

In early 2017, she left as EVP and CMO at Salesforce.com Inc. where she served since 2013. Previously, she was a partner at Andreessen Horowitz, and held marketing strategy positions at Bain & Co. and Microsoft.

Dell Technologies provides information technology products and services. Revenues are $91 billion.

DELTA APPAREL INC.

Greenville, S.C.

added to its board

Glenda E. Hood

Hood concluded her political career in 2005 as secretary of state for the state of Florida after serving three...

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