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. Please forward your director appointments to

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NEW DIRECTORS October--December 2019 Companies adding new directors: 142 Number of new directors: 160 Category Number % of Total Retired 56 35% Senior Officers 45 28 Chairmen/CEOs 35 22 Finance 13 8 Academia 9 6 Legal 2 7 Total 160 100% Women 85 53% Men 75 47% Companies appointing more 18 13% than one new director. NOTE: The appointments published in the following pages are a selection of the new directors elected in the first quarter of 2020. AIR LEASE CORPORATION

Los Angeles, Calif.

added to its board

Susan R. McCaw

McCaw is president of SRM Capital Investments, a private investment firm. She served as U.S. ambassador to the Republic of Austria from 2005 to 2007. She currently serves on the board of Lionsgate Entertainment Corp.

Air Lease engages in the purchase and leasing of commercial jet transport aircraft to airlines. Revenues are $2 billion.


Mountain View, Calif.

added to its board

Frances H. Arnold

Professor of Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering, and Biochemistry

California Institute of Technology

Pasadena, Calif.

Arnold shared the 2018 Nobel Prize in chemistry for her work conducting the directed evolution of enzymes. She manages a research group and also serves as director of the Donna and Benjamin M. Rosen Bioengineering Center at the California Institute of Technology.

Alphabet provides online advertising services operating through Google and other Beta segments. Revenues are $155 billion.


St. Louis, Mo.

added to its board

Cynthia J. Brinkley

Brinkley served in multiple senior leadership roles at Centene Corporation, including president and COO, as well as chief administrative and markets officer. Prior to joiining Centene, she was VP of global human resources at General Motors Company and held various leadership roles at AT&T Inc.

Ameren is an electric and gas utilities company. Revenues are $6 billion.


Norwood, Mass.

added to its board

Susie Wee Ph.D.

SVP & General Manager, DevNet

Cisco Systems Inc.

San Jose, Calif.

At Cisco, Wee founded and leads DevNet, the company's developer program. She also oversees Cisco's professional program. Before joining Cisco in 2012, she had a 15-year career at Hewlett Packard.

Analog designs and manufactures integrated circuits. Revenues are $6 billion.


Indianapolis, Ind.

added to its board

Ryan M. Schneider


Realogy Holdings Corp.

Madison, N.J.

Schneider joined Realogy, a real estate franchising and brokerage, in 2017 after nearly 15 years at Capital One Financial Corp. He was president of Capital One's card division for nine years.

Anthem offers managed care health benefit plans. Revenues are $97 billion.


New York, N Y.

added to its board

Paget Alves

Alves was chief sales officer of Sprint Corp. from 2012 to 2013, after serving as president of Sprint's Business Markets Group from 2009. He is currently a director of Yum! Brands Inc, International Game Technology PLC, and Synchrony Financial.

Ogi Redzic

VP & Chief Digital Officer

Caterpillar Inc.

Chicago, Ill.

Redzic is in his current position since 2018 and has responsibility for Cat Digital. Prior to Caterpillar, he led Renault-Nissan Alliance's connected car and mobility activities. He has more than 20 years' experience, including positions at Nokia, NAVTEQ, Motorola, PCTEL and cyberPIXIE.

Assurant provides specialized insurance products and related services. Revenues are $10 billion.


Dallas, Texas

added to its board

Stephen J. Luczo

Luczo joined Seagate in 1993 as SVP of corporate development and following a series of promotions became president and COO, CEO, and chairman. In 2004 he resigned as CEO, but retained his position as chairman.

AT&T provides wireless, high-speed Internet, voice and cloud-based services. Revenues are $182 billion.


Broomfield, Colo.

added to its board

Todd A. Penegor

President & CEO

Wendy's Company

Dublin, Ohio

Penegor has served in his position since 2016. Prior to Wendy's, he served for 13 years in key leadership roles at Kellogg Company, most recently as VP of Kellogg Company and president of U.S. snacks.

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


Chicago, III.

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.

Boeing develops aircraft and other aerospace and electronics industry products. Revenues are $87 billion.


Boise, Idaho

added to its board

Sue Taylor

Chief Information Officer

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Washington, DC

Prior to joining the foundation in 2016, she served as VP of applications and business transformation at Honeywell, was CIO and VP of human resources at Intermec Technologies, and accounting leader with Fujitsu Business Systems and Allied-Signal.

Boise Cascade is a major producer of plywood and engineered wood products. Revenues are $5 billion.


Dallas, Texas

added to its board

William B. Hayes

Hayes was EVP, CFO and treasurer of LabCorp from 2005 until his retirement in 2014. He currently serves on the board of Intec Pharma and is chair of their audit committee.

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

McDonald's Adds WNBA Commissioner to Board

Catherine M. Engelbert, the first commissioner of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA), has been added to McDonald's board.

"Cathy is an exceptional leader with a track record of guiding organizations to strength and success," said Enrique Hernandez Jr., McDonald's chairman of the board in a press release. "McDonald's will benefit from herfresh perspectives, strong operational experience, and broad financial expertise. Cathy's election also underscores our commitment to diversity at all levels, from the crew room to the board room."

Before taking the helm at the WNBA last year, Engelbert, 55, had been with Deloitte for 33 years, joining the company in 1986. She was named a managing partner in 1998 and held senior positions including national managing partner, deputy national professional practice director, chairman and CEO of the audit subsidiary, Deloitte & Touche LLP, and ultimately CEO of Deloitte from 2015-2019. In this role she became the first woman ever to lead a Big Four professional services firm in the U.S., overseeing more than 100,000 employees.

On becoming CEO for Deloitte, news media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, highlighted Engelbert's appointment as cracking the glass ceiling.

"McDonald's is a well-known and admired global brand with a rich legacy of modernizing itself to meet ever changing societal needs and expectations," Engelbert said. "I'm proud to be joining the board now at this important time, and I look forward to contributing to its global impact."--Barbara Wenger


Richmond, Va.

added to its board

Mark F. O'Neill

O'Neil retired as COO of Cox Automotive in early 2019. He was named to that position in 2016 following Cox's acquisition of Dealtrack, a provider of software solutions and services for automotive retailers.

CarMax is a retailer of used vehicles. Revenues are $20 billion.


St Louis, Mo.

added to its board

Lori J. Robinson

Non-resident Senior Fellow

Harvard Kennedy School--Belfer Center

Cambridge, Mass.

General Robinson retired from the Air Force in mid-2018, following a 36-year military career. Most recently, she held the roles of Commander of North American Aerospace Defense Command and US Northern Command, reporting directly to the President of the United States and the Prime Minister of Canada. She is the first woman in U.S. history to lead a combatant command.

Centene is a multi-national healthcare company. Revenues are $68 billion.


Bloomfield, Conn.

added to its board

Kimberly Ross

Ross served as SVP and CFO of Baker Hughes until her retirement in 2017. Earlier, Avon Products Inc. and Served as EVP and CFO of Royal Ahold N.V> She currently serves on the boards of Nestle S.A. and PQ Corporation.

Cigna provides health insurance and related products and services. Revenues are $130 billion.


Atlanta, Ga.

added to its board

Matthew H. Mead


Hathaway & Kunz

Cheyenne, Wyo.

Mead served as governor of the State of Wyoming from 2011 until 2019. Prior to his tenure as governor, Mead served from 2001 to 2007 as United States Attorney for the district of Wyoming.

Ciner Resources engages in iron ore mining and soda ash production. Revenues are $492 million.


Carmel, Ind.

added to its board

David B. Foss

President & CEO

Jack Henry & Associates

Monett, Mo.

Foss was named president and CEO of Jack Henry in 2016. He joined the company in 1999, was appointed general manager of Jack Henry's ProfitStars division in 2006 and its president in 2009.

CNO Financial is a holding company for insurance business subsidiaries. Revenues are $4 billion.

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