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THE DIRECTORS & BOARDS Directors Roster--a quarterly record of new director appointments--is compiled from public and private sources by the editorial staff of DIRECTORS & BOARDS and is sponsored by Heidrick & Struggles. Please forward your directors' appointments to kmccarthy@directors-andboards.com.

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New Directors

July - September 2010

Companies adding new directors: 87 Number of new directors: 102

Category Number % of total Retired 39 38% Senior Officers 19 18 Chairmen/CEOs 18 18 Academia 7 7 Consultants 7 7 Finance 7 7 Not for profit 3 3 Legal 2 2 Total 102 100% Women 27 26% NOTE: The appointments published in the following pages are just a selection of the directors added to the Directors Roster database, which will be available online to subscribers soon. It will be updated daily and will be fully searchable. ACCENTURE

New York, NY

has added to its board:

Dennis F. Hightower

Bio Notes: He most recently served as CEO of Europe Online Networks, a privately held broadband interactive entertainment company. He previously was a professor of management and a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School. From 1987-1996 he held numerous senior positions with Walt Disney Co. and formerly served as a managing director with Russell Reynolds Associates Inc.

Accenture is a technology management consulting company. Revenues are $23 billion.

AGCO CORP.

Duluth, GA

has added to its board:

Luiz Fernando Furlan

Co-Chairman

BRF BRASIL FOODS SA

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Bio Notes: From 2003-2007 he served as Minister of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade of Brazil. He has also held numerous senior positions within South America's food and agricultural business, including executive positions at Sadia SA, Brazil's leading producer of frozen foods, where he served as chairman in 2009. Also is a director of Telefonica SA.

AGCO manufactures agricultural equipment and replacement parts. Revenues are $6 billion. BRF produces and exports meats, soybeans, dairy, poultry, and processed products in South America. Revenues are $12 billion.

AIRGAS INC.

Radnor, PA

has added to its board:

Robert L. Lumpkins

Chairman

MOSAIC CO.

Plymouth, MN

Ted B. Miller Jr.

President

4M INVESTMENTS

Los Angeles, CA

Bio Notes: Lumpkins, age 66, has served as chairman of Mosaic since its creation in 2004. From 2006-2010 he was chairman of Black River Asset Management LLC. He formerly spent a 38-year career at the commodity trading and processing company Cargill Inc., where he served as vice chairman from 1995 until his retirement in 2006. Also is a director of Eco-lab Inc. Miller, age 59, served from 1996-2002 as chairman and CEO of Crown Castle International Corp., the wireless communications company he founded in 1995. He also served as director of Affiliated Computer Services Inc. from 2008 until 2010 when the company was acquired by Xerox Corp. Also joining the Airgas board is John P. Clancey, age 65, chairman emeritus of the global shipping company Maersk Inc.

Airgas distributes industrial, medical, and specialty gases. Revenues are $4 billion. Mosaic is a producer of construction materials. Revenues are $7 billion. 4M is a global private investment company.

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AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.

New York, NY

has added to its board:

Theodore J. Leonsis

Founder

MONUMENTAL SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Washington, DC

Bio Notes: He served as chairman of Revolution Money, a digital and online payments strategy company that was acquired by American Express earlier this year, and where he continues to serve as an adviser. From 1994-2006 he held senior positions with AOL, most recently as vice chairman. He previously was president of Redgate Communications Corp., which was acquired by AOL in 1993. Also is a director of NutriSystem Inc.

American Express is a financial services and travel company. Revenues are $23 billion. Monumental owns numerous sports and entertainment companies, including the NBA's Washington Wizards, and the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C.

AMETEK INC.

Paoli, PA

has added to its board:

Anthony J. Conti

Chairman

WORLD AFFAIRS COUNCIL OF PHILADELPHIA

Philadelphia, PA

Bio Notes: He retired in 2009 from Pricewater-houseCoopers, where he spent 29 years as a partner and from 2005-2009 was managing partner of the firm's Philadelphia office.

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Ametek manufactures electronic instruments and electric motors. Revenues are $2 billion. World Affairs is a nonpartisan educational organization focused on national and international affairs.

AT&T INC.

Dallas, TX

has added to its board:

Matthew K. Rose

Chairman, President, and CEO

BURLINGTON NORTHERN SANTA FE CORP.

Fort Worth, TX

Bio Notes: He has spent 17 years with Burlington, which earlier this year was acquired by Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Also is a director of AMR Corp.

AT&T is a telecommunications provider. Revenues are $123 billion. Burlington is a rail transportation operator. Revenues are $16 billion.

BLACKBAUD INC.

Charleston, SC has added to its board:

David Golden

Partner and EVP

REVOLUTION LLC

Washington, DC

Sarah Elizabeth Nash

Bio Notes: Golden, prior to joining Revolution in 2006, served as vice chairman at JPMorgan, where he held senior positions for 18 years and at predecessor firm Hambrecht & Quist. He formerly practiced corporate finance and securities law at Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York and London. Nash retired in 2005, following a nearly 30-year career, as a vice chairman of J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.'s investment bank, where she was responsible for client relationships. Previously she was regional executive and co-head of investment banking for North America at J.P. Morgan and Co. Also is a director of Merrimack Pharmaceuticals and Knoll Inc.

Blackbaud provides software products and services designed for nonprofit organizations. Revenues arc $315 million. Revolution is an operating and investment company launched in 2005 by AOL co-founder Steve Case.

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BROWN-FORMAN CORP.

Louisville, KY

has added to its board:

Bruce L. Byrnes

Bio Notes: He retired as vice chairman of Procter & Gamble Co., where he spent a 38-year career, during which he served as president for several global divisions, including health care, and headed the company's global brand- building training. Also is a director of Boston Scientific Corp., Cincinnati Bell Inc., and Diebold Inc. Age 64.

Brown-Forman is a producer of such alcohol brands as Jack Daniel's Tennesee Whiskey, Southern Comfort, and Finlandia. Revenues are $2 billion.

CLEAN HARBORS INC.

Norwell, MA

has added to its board:

Edward G. Galante

Executive in Residence,

College of Business Administration

NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY

Boston, MA

Bio Notes: Galante retired in 2006 as SVP of ExxonMobil, where he spent a 34-year career and held a variety of senior positions, including manager of the company's Baton Rouge refinery and managing director of Esso Thailand. Also is a director of Praxair Inc. and Foster Wheeler Ltd. Age 57.

Clean Harbors provides environmental and hazardous waste management services. Revenues are $1 billion.

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COMMAND CENTER INC.

Post Falls, ID

has added to its board:

Jeff T. Wilson

Chief Financial Officer

MICROVISION INC.

Redmond, WA

Bio Notes: He previously served as Microvision's controller and principal accounting officer. From 1991-1999 he held accounting positions at Siemens Medical Systems Inc., and formerly was a manager with Price Water-house, now PwC.

Command Center provides on-demand labor solutions. Revenues are $1 million. Microvision develops high-resolution displays and imaging systems. Revenues are $57 million.

CON-WAY INC.

San Mateo, CA

has added to its board:

Edith R. Perez

Partner

LATHAM & WATKINS

Los Angeles, CA

Bio Notes: She has spent a 25-year career representing national and international clients at Latham & Watkins. She previously was a visiting attorney in Rio de Janeiro and Mexico City for leading firms in those countries.

Con-Way is a freight transportation and logistics company. Revenues are $5 billion. Latham & Watkins is a law firm.

CONSTANT CONTACT INC.

Waltham, MA

has added to its board:

Sharon T. Rowlands

Chief Executive Officer

PENTON MEDIA INC.

New York, NY

Bio Notes: In present position since 2008. She was president and CEO of Thomson Financial from 2005-2008 after serving since 1996 in various management positions. Also is a director of Automatic Data Processing Inc.

Constant Contact provides email marketing, social and event marketing, and online survey tools. Revenues are $152 million. Penton publishes specialized business magazines and produces trade shows.

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CORN PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL INC.

Westchester, IL

has added to its board:

Wayne M. Hewett

President and CEO

ARYSTA LIFESCIENCE CORP.

Tokyo, Japan

Bio Notes: In 2009 he joined Arysta as its COO. He previously spent a 20-year career at General Electric Co., where he held senior positions in numerous international divisions, including president of GE Plastics Pacific, VP of GE supply chain and operations, and president and CEO of GE advanced materials.

Corn Products is a corn refiner and ingredients company. Revenues are S4 billion. Arysta is a privately held provider of crop protection products in more than 125 countries.

CORPORATE EXECUTIVE BOARD CO.

Washington, DC

has added to its board:

L. Kevin Cox

Executive Vice President of Human Resources

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.

New York, NY

Jeffrey R. Tarr

President and COO

IHS INC.

Englewood, CO

Bio Notes: Cox, prior to joining American Express in 2005, spent 16 years at PepsiCo and Pepsi Bottling Group, where he played a key role in the bottling unit's 1999 initial public offering. Tarr served as co-president and COO of IHS from 2007-2008 and as president and COO of its engineering division from 2004-2007. He previously was CEO of Hoover's Inc., where he...

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