DIRECTORS ROSTER: A quarterly record of new director appointments.

 
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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.

ABBOTT LABORATORIES

North Chicago, Ill.

added to its board

Darren W. McDew

McDew retired in 2018 as a general, after 36 years in the United States Air Force. He served as commander of United States Transportation Command and was commander of Air Mobility Command. He was a command pilot with over 3,300 hours of flight time.

Abbott is a medical products and pharmaceutical company. Revenues are $31 billion.

ALASKA AIR GROUP INC.

Seattle, Wash.

added to its board

Kathleen Hogan

Chief People Officer, EVP HR Microsoft Corporation Redwood, Wash.

Prior to her role as EVP of human relations, Hogan served as corporate VP of Microsoft services. Earlier, she was a partner at McKinsey & Co. and a development manager at Oracle Corp. Alaska Air provides air transportation services. Revenues are $8 billion.

AMC ENTERTAINMENT HOLDINGS INC.

Leawood, Kan.

added to its board

Philip Lader

Ambassador Lader is a senior adviser to Morgan Stanley Institutional Securities as well as the former U.S. ambassador to the court of St. James's and chairman of WPP, pic. He served in President Bill Clinton's cabinet as administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, White House deputy chief of staff, assistant to the president, and deputy director of the Office of Management & Budget.

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

APPLIED INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES INC.

Cleveland, Ohio

added to its board

Madhuri A. Andrews

SVP, Chief Digital & Info. Officer Jacobs Engineering Group Dallas, Texas

In her current position since mid-2019, Andrews previously served as chief information offficer at DynCorp International LLC.

Mary Dean Hall

SVP, CFO & Treasurer

Quaker Houghton

Conshohocken, Pa.

In her current role since mid-2019, Hall was VP, CFO and treasurer since 2015. She held numerous senior financial, treasurer, and banking roles at Eastman Chemical Co., Nalco Chemical Co., and Citibank.

Applied Industrial distributes industrial, fluid power, and engineered products and systems. Revenues are $3 billion.

AT&T INC.

Dallas, Texas

added to its board

Debra L. Lee

Lee was BET Network chairman since 2006 and CEO since 2005 until her retirement in 2018. She spent 30 years with Black Entertainment Television and has been inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame and the Washington Business Hall of Fame.

AT&T provides wireless, high-speed internet, voice and cloud-based services. Revenues are $184 billion.

  1. RILEY FINANCIAL INC.

    Woodland Hills, Calif

    added to its board

    Marian Krogius Walters

    Walters served from 2015 to 2019 as the U.S. Representative for California's 45th congressional district. Previously, she served in the California State Senate, and the California State Assembly.

  2. Riley offers investment banking services. Revenues are $405 million.

    BANK OF AMERICA CORP.

    Charlotte, N.C.

    added to its board

    Denise L. Ramos

    Ramos was CEO and a board member of ITT Inc. from 2011 to 2018. Prior to ITT, she was CFO for Furniture Brands International and SVP and corporate treasurer at Yum! Brands Inc.

    Bank of America is a financial services institution. Revenues are $86 billion.

    BRINK'S COMPANY

    Richmond, Va.

    added to its board

    Kathie J. Andrade

    Andrade served as a member of the executive committee of TIAA, CEO of its retail financial services business and chairman of TIAA Federal Savings until her retirement in 2018.

    Brink's provides security-related services. Revenues are $4 billion.

    BUILDERS FIRSTSOURCE INC.

    Dallas, Texas

    added to its board

    Janice Davis

    Davis most recently was EVP of business transformation and chief procurement officer at Shaw Communications Inc. Previously, she was VP and chief procurement officer at Bombardier Aerospace.

    Builders FirstSource provides building materials and construction services. Revenues are $7 billion.

    CARDINAL HEALTH INC.

    Dublin, Ohio

    added to its board

    Dean A. Scarborough

    Scarborough retired as CEO of Avery Dennison Corp. in 2016. He joined Avery in 1983 and served in a variety of executive management positions resulting in his appointment as president and CEO in 2005.

    John H. Weiland

    Weiland joined C.R. Bard, Inc. in 1996, retiring as president and COO in 2017 coinciding with the purchase of C.R. Bard by Becton Dickinson. He is a member of the board of West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc. and the Horatio Alger Association.

    Cardinal Health provides pharmaceutical and medical products and services. Revenues are $139 billion.

    CITIGROUP INC.

    New York, N.Y.

    added to its board

    Grace Dailey

    In 2019, Dailey retired as senior deputy comptroller for bank supervision policy and chief national bank examiner at Comptroller of the Currency, which she joined in 1983.

    Alexander Wynaendts

    In 1997, Wynaendts joined Aegon as SVP for group business development, becoming CEO in 2008. He began his career in 1984 with ABN AMRO Bank. He is currently a director on the boards of Air France-KLM S.A. and Puissance B.V.

    Citigroup is a financial services company. Revenues are $65 billion.

    CONDUENT INC.

    Florham Park, N.J.

    added to its board

    Margarita Palau-Hernandez

    Palau-Hernandez is founder and CEO of Hernandez Ventures since 1988. In 2018, she was nominated by President Donald Trump as a representative of the United States to the 73rd session of the general assembly of the United Nations with a rank of ambassador.

    Kathy Higgins Victor

    Founder & President

    Centera Corporation

    Minneapolis, Minn.

    Victor is in her current position since 1995. She held director and senior vice president roles with Northwest Airlines, Grand Metropolitan PLC, The Pillsbury Company, and Burger King Corp.

    Conduent provides business process services. Revenues are $5 billion.

    DELTA AIR LINES INC.

    Atlanta, Ga.

    added to its board

    David S. Taylor

    Chairman, President & CEO

    Procter & Gamble Co.

    Cincinnati, Ohio

    In his 39-year career with P&G, he held a variety of domestic and international senior positions, including group president-global health & grooming, group president-global home care, and president-global family care.

    Delta provides scheduled air transportation for passengers and cargo. Revenues are $46 billion.

    DISCOVER FINANCIAL SERVICES

    Riverwoods, Ill.

    added to its board

    Jennifer L. Wong

    COO

    Reddit Inc.

    San Francisco, Calif.

    Wong is in her current position since early 2018. Previously, she was COO and president of digital at Time Inc., and chief business officer at Popsugar Inc.

    Discover provides a range of financial products and services in the U.S. Revenues are $8 billion.

    DROPBOXINC.

    San Francisco, Calif.

    added to its board

    Lisa Campbell

    Chief Marketing Officer

    Autodesk Inc.

    San Rafael, Calif.

    Campbell joined Autodesk in 2003. Previously, she was VP of marketing and product management for Evolve (now Oracle).

    Karen Peacock

    COO

    Intercom

    San Francisco, Calif.

    Prior to joining Intercom, Peacock was SVP of small business at Intuit, where she led all of Intuit's products for small business, including its flagship QuickBooks.

    Dropbox provides a collaboration platform worldwide. Revenues are $2 billion.

    DUPONT DE NEMOURS INC.

    Wilmington, Del.

    added to its board

    Amy G. Brady

    Chief Information Officer & EVP

    KeyCorp

    Cleveland, Ohio

    Brady is in her current position since 2012. She also serves on the company's executive council and executive leadership team. Prior to KeyCorp, she spent 25 years at Bank of America, including as CIO of enterprise technology and operations.

    Dupont is a global science and technology company. Revenues are $85 billion.

    EXELON CORP.

    Chicago, Ill.

    added to its board

    John M. Richardson

    Richardson is a four-star admiral who served as the 31st chief of naval operations from 2015 until his retirement in mid-2019 after more than 30 years of service in the U.S. Navy. He served on the Joint Chiefs of Staff during two presidential administrations, and was director of Naval Reactors, responsible for the full life-cycle, including regulatory responsibilities, of more than 90 reactors operating around the world on nuclear-powered warships.

    Exelon is a public utility holding company engaging in energy generation and delivery. Revenues are $36 billion

    FANNIE MAE (FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSN.)

    Washington, D.C.

    added to its board

    Sheila C. Bair

    Bair served as chair of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., assistant secretary for financial institutions at the U.S. Department of the Treasury, SVP for government relations of the New York Stock Exchange, and commissioner of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

    Fannie Mae provides liquidity and stability support services for the mortgage market. Revenues are $24 billion.

    FORD MOTOR CO.

    Dearborn, Mich.

    added to its board

    Beth E. Mooney

    Chairman & CEO

    KeyCorp

    Cleveland, Ohio

    Mooney has been in her present position since May 2011. She joined Keycorp in...

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