Directors roster: in affiliation with Spencer Stuart--a quarterly record of new director appointments.

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3COM CORP.

Marlborough, MA has added to its board:

David Wajsgras

Senior Vice President and CFO

LEAR CORP.

Southfield, MI

Bio Notes: In present position since 2002. Joined Lear in 1999. From 1997-1999 served as controller at Engelhard Corp. Formerly held various senior positions in finance at AlliedSignal Inc. (now Honeywell International Inc.).

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3Com manufactures voice and video communications products and network systems. Revenues are $900 million. Lear manufactures automotive interiors and electrical systems. Revenues are $15 billion.

ACCENTURE LTD.

New York, NY has added to its board:

Dennis F. Hightower

William L. Kimsey

Bio Notes: Hightower was CEO of Europe Online Networks S.A., a privately held broadband interactive entertainment company based in Luxembourg. From 1996-2000 was a professor of management and a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School. From 1987-1996 held various positions at Walt Disney Co., including president of its television and telecommunications unit and president of its European, Middle Eastern, and African consumer products units. Formerly held positions with Russell Reynolds Associates Inc., Mattel Inc., General Electric, and Xerox Corp. Age 62. Kimsey was CEO of Ernst & Young Global Ltd. from 1998-2002. Age 61.

Accenture is a management consulting, technology services, and outsourcing company. Revenues are $13 billion.

ADOBE SYSTEMS INC.

San Jose, CA has added to its board:

Michael R. Cannon

President and CEO

SOLECTRON CORP.

Milpitas, CA

Bio Notes: In present position since 2003. From 1997-2003 was president and CEO of Maxtor Corp. Formerly held senior management positions at IBM Corp.

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Adobe develops digital imaging and video software. Revenues are $1 billion. Solectron provides electronics manufacturing and supply-chain management services to high-tech electronics companies. Revenues are $12 billion.

ADVO INC.

Windsor, CT has added to its board:

Karen Kaplan

President

HILL, HOLLIDAY, CONNORS, COSMOPULOS INC.

Boston, MA

Bio Notes: Joined Hill Holliday in 1982 as a receptionist. Has account management experience in consumer, health care, technology, retail, and financial services markets.

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Advo is a direct mail marketing services company. Revenues are $1 billion. Hill Holliday is a subsidiary of Interpublic Group of Companies Inc., a marketing and advertising company with revenues of $6 billion.

AFLAC INC.

Columbus, GA has added to its board:

Douglas W. Johnson

Bio Notes: Retired in 2003 after serving for more than 20 years as an audit partner at Ernst & Young. Experience includes extensive work with audit committees of public companies.

AFLAC provides supplemental accident and health insurance. Assets are $10 billion.

ALTERA CORP.

San Jose, CA has added to its board:

Susan Wang

Bio Notes: Joined Solectron Corp. in 1984 and served as the company's EVP and CFO from 1986-2002. Previously held financial and accounting positions at Xerox and Westavo Corp. Also is a director of Calpine Corp. and Avenex Corp.

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Altera manufactures programmable chip and software technology. Revenues are $711 million.

AMEREN CORP.

St. Louis, MO has added to its board:

Susan S. Elliott

Chairman and CEO

SYSTEMS SERVICE ENTERPRISE INC.

St. Louis, MO

Bio Notes: Founded Systems Service Enterprises in 1966. Previously was coordinator of leasing operations at Boatmen's National Bank. Also has served as a systems analyst for the Missouri Department of Education and an advisory systems engineer for IBM Corp.

Ameren is an electric and natural gas utility company. Revenues are $4 billion. Systems Service provides information technology services and training.

AUTODESK INC.

San Rafael, CA has added to its board:

Michael J. Fister

SVP and General Manager

Enterprise Platforms Group

INTEL CORP.

Santa Clara, CA

Bio Notes: In present position since 2002. Joined Intel in 1987. Formerly held executive and engineering management positions at Wyse, Machine Vision International, and Cincinnati Milacron.

Autodesk is a multimedia software development company. Revenues are $825 million. Intel manufactures semiconductors. Revenues are $26 billion.

AVAYA INC.

Basking Ridge, NJ has added to its board:

Richard Wallman

Bio Notes: Served as CFO of AlliedSignal Inc. from 1995-1999. Formerly held financial positions at Ford Motor Co., Chrysler Corp., IBM Corp., and Honeywell International Inc. Also is a director of Ariba Inc., Hayes-Lemmerz, and Lear Corp.

Avaya provides communications networks. Revenues are $4 billion.

BAXTER INTERNATIONAL INC.

Deerfield, IL has added to its board:

Carole J. Ulrich

Bio Notes: Was EVP of Maytag Corp. and president of Maytag's home solutions group from January 2000 through December 2000. Previously was EVP and assistant COO of Polaroid Corp., where she served for 30 years. Age 60.

Baxter manufactures health care products. Revenues are $8 billion.

BEAZER HOMES USA INC.

Atlanta, GA has added to its board:

Katie J. Bayne

SVP of Integrated Marketing, NA

COCA-COLA CO.

Atlanta, GA

Bio Notes: Joined Coca-Cola in 1989. Responsible for integrated communications as well as media promotions, sports and entertainment marketing, and packaging integration functions in North America.

Beazer is a homebuilder. Revenues are $3 billion. Coca-Cola manufactures soft drinks. Revenues are $19 billion.

BLOUNT INTERNATIONAL INC.

Portland, OR has added to its board:

Thomas J. Fruechtel

President and CEO

LEUPOLD & STEVENS INC.

Beaverton, OR

Bio Notes: Has served as president and COO of Simplicity Manufacturing Inc., a manufacturer of lawnmowers and outdoor power equipment. Previously worked for Blount and one of its predecessor companies, Omark Industries Inc., for 21 years. Served as president of Blount's former sporting equipment division and general manager of the Oregon cutting systems division and Latin American operations in Brazil. Age 53.

Blount manufactures outdoor products, lawnmowers, and industrial and power equipment. Revenues are $480 million. Leupold & Stevens manufactures binoculars and sports optic equipment. It is privately held.

BOEING CO.

Chicago, IL has added to its board:

Linda Cook

President and CEO

SHELL CANADA

Calgary, Alberta Canada

Bio Notes: In present position since 2003. Joined Shell Oil Co. in 1980. Served for three years in London as CEO for Shell's gas and power unit and also was director of strategy and business development in The Hague. Age 45.

Boeing is an aircraft manufacturer. Revenues are $54 billion. Shell is a petroleum refiner.

C.R. BARD INC.

Murray Hill, NJ has added to its board:

Theodore E. Martin

Bio Notes: Former president and CEO of Barnes Group, which he joined in 1990. Became president and CEO in 1995 and retired in 1998. Previously held management positions at Allied-Signal Inc. and General Electric Co. Also is a director of Ingersoll-Rand Co., Unisys Corp., and Applera Corp.

C.R. Bard manufactures medical, surgical, diagnostic, and patient care devices. Revenues are $1 billion.

CAMPBELL SOUP CO.

Camden, NJ has added to its board:

Paul R. Charron

Chairman and CEO

LIZ CLAIBORNE INC.

New York, NY

Les C. Vinney

President and CEO

STERIS CORP.

Mentor, OH

Bio Notes: Charron (top) has been in his present position since 1996. Joined Liz Claiborne in 1994. Formerly served as EVP of VF Corp., which he joined in 1988. Age 61. Vinney has been in his present position since 2000. From 1991-1999 was SVP and CFO at BF Goodrich Co. Age 54.

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Campbell is a soup company. Revenues are $6 billion. Liz Claiborne manufactures men's and women's apparel, fragrance products, and accessories. Revenues are $3 billion. Steris provides sterilizing and infection prevention products. Revenues are $1 billion.

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CAPITAL ONE FINANCIAL CORP.

McLean, VA has added to its board:

Lewis Hay III

Chairman, President, and CEO

FPL GROUP INC.

Juno Beach, FL

Mayo A. Shattuck

Chairman, President, and CEO

CONSTELLATION ENERGY GROUP

Baltimore, MD

Bio Notes: Hay has been chairman of FPG Group since 2002 and president and CEO since 2001. Joined FPL in 1999 as CFO. Formerly served as CEO for U.S. Foodservice from 1991-1999. Was a partner with Strategic Planning Associates (now Mercer Management Consulting), where he led the firm's U.S. telecommunications practice. Also is a director of Harris Corp. Age 49. Shattuck has been president and CEO of Constellation Energy Group since 2001 and chairman since 2002. Previously served as chairman of Deutsche Banc Alex. Brown, and was formerly CEO of the bank's private client and asset management group. From 1997-1999 served as vice chairman of Bankers Trust Corp., which merged with Deutsche Bank in 1999.

Capital One is a credit card company. Constellation is an electric power and gas company. Revenues are $5 billion.

CARPENTER TECHNOLOGY CORP.

Wyomissing, PA has added to its board:

Martin Inglis

Peter N. Stephans

Chairman and CEO

TRIGON INC.

McMurray, PA

Bio Notes: Inglis retired in 2003 after a 32-year career at Ford Motor Co. Positions held at Ford include group VP of business strategy, CFO, head of Ford North America, and president of the company's South American unit. Age 53. Stephans (pictured) formed Trigon Inc. in 1997. Previously was president and COO of Dynamet Inc., a privately held titanium processor in Washington, Pa., that was acquired by Carpenter in 1997. Joined Dynamet in 1976. Began his career at IBM Corp. Age 61.

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Carpenter manufactures specialty alloys and engineered products. Revenues are $871 million. Trigon is a privately held manufacturer of components for the aerospace and medical industries.

CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS INC.

St. Louis, MO has added to its board:

Charles M. Lillis

Bio Notes: Served as CEO of MediaOne Group Inc. from 1995-1997. Previously held senior management positions at US West. Formerly was dean of the University of Colorado's College of Business and a professor at Washington State...

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