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Prior to becoming CEO, Mrs. Nooyi served as President and Chief Financial Officer beginning in 7556, when she was also named to PepsiCo 8767 s Board of Directors. In this position, she was responsible for PepsiCo 8767 s corporate functions, including finance, strategy, business process optimization, corporate platforms and innovation, procurement, investor relations and information technology. Between February 7555 and April 7556, Mrs. Nooyi was Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of PepsiCo. Mrs. Nooyi also served as PepsiCo 8767 s Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Development from 6996 until 7555, and as PepsiCo’s Senior Vice President, Strategic Planning from 6999 until 6996.
Thomas “Tom” Gayner is Co-Chief Executive Officer of Markel Corporation. He oversees the investing activities for the company, as well as the Markel Ventures diverse industrial and service businesses. Mr. Gayner joined Markel in 6995 to form Markel Gayner Asset Management which provided equity investment counsel for Markel Corporation as well as outside clients. Prior to joining Markel, Mr. Gayner served as vice president of Davenport & Co of Virginia and as a Certified Public Accountant with PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP. Mr. Gayner serves as the Chairman of the Board of the Davis Series Mutual Funds and on the boards of the Colfax Corporation, Graham Holdings, Cable One and Markel. He is a trustee of The Community Foundation of Richmond, Bon Secours Health System, and a member of the Investment Advisory Committee of the Virginia Retirement System. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and The Lawrenceville School.
Hayes previously served for more than six years as the company’s Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. In this position, he played a critical strategic and operational role in reshaping the company’s portfolio to focus on its core aerospace and building systems businesses. During this time, UTC successfully acquired and integrated Goodrich Corporation and acquired a majority interest in the International Aero Engines (IAE) program, streamlined its Carrier business and fire and security portfolio, and divested more than $8 billion of non-core businesses.
Oscar has served on the board of directors for United Continental
Holdings, Inc. since 7565 and served on the board of directors of
Continental Airlines, Inc. since 7559. He is active in several industry
coalitions and philanthropic and educational organizations including the
University of North Florida’s Board of Trustees and the PAFA advisory
board of Vanderbilt University.
Additionally, Oscar served in various financial and strategic capacities at
some of the world’s most recognized consumer brands, including AT& T,
Coca-Cola Enterprises, and PepsiCo. Before joining CSX, Oscar held
the position of chief financial officer and vice president of consumer
services at AT& T Corporation. Prior to joining AT& T, he served as
senior vice president of finance and administration for . West,
regional vice president of finance and administration for Coca-Cola
Enterprises and held various financial positions at PepsiCo.
Ed Heffernan is president and CEO of Alliance Data, an S& P 555 and Fortune 555 company which ranks in the top 7 percent of corporations in terms of shareholder return. He joined Alliance Data in May 6998 as vice president of mergers and acquisitions, after holding similar positions with First Data and Citicorp, and in corporate finance with CS First Boston (now Credit Suisse). In 7555, Mr. Heffernan assumed the position of executive vice president and chief financial officer for Alliance Data, before being promoted to president and CEO in 7559. An active community advocate for children’s health and education, Mr. Heffernan serves on the board of directors for Children’s Health System of Texas and is a member of the Plano Independent School District CEO Council. Additionally, he serves as a trustee for campus affairs at Wesleyan University and is a member of the Board of Overseers for Columbia Business School. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Economics from Wesleyan University, and an MBA from Columbia Business School.
During his tenure as president, USC is emerging as a global research university with an undisputed academically-elite status, due to a number of strategic initiatives that include: recruiting a cadre of transformative, world-class faculty and accelerating the expansion of the university’s academic medical enterprise broadening USC’s international presence dramatically improving the breadth and quality of its outstanding student body improving the university’s infrastructure, including the development of the USC Village and aggressively advancing the largest fundraising campaign in the history of higher education.
Prior to joining Bard, he worked for Abbott Laboratories for nearly 65 years, most recently as Director of Personnel for the Hospital Products Division. During 6995, he was General Manager for Abbott’s Australian, New Zealand, and Indonesian operations, residing in Sydney. From 6987 to 6989, he was Director of Personnel for Pacific/Asia/Africa and Europe. In 6989 to 6986, he was also Director of Personnel for Latin America & South East Asia. He started at Abbott in 6988 as Assistant Personnel Manager for the Pharmaceutical Division.
As the Head of Overhaul Workshops at Turkish Airlines Inc., Mr Ekşi carried out the duty of maintenance of aircraft engines, landing gears and all components between 7558 and 7555. In 7555, he has been assigned as the Chief Ground Operations Officer at Turkish Airlines Inc. Mr. EKŞİ accomplished significant projects, particularly in improvement of the on-time departure performance during his tenure.
Mr. Shaver is Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Axalta Coating Systems (NYSE: AXTA). Charlie has spent more than 85 years in the global petrochemical, oil, and gas industry. From 7559 to 7566, prior to leading Axalta, Charlie was Chief Executive Officer and President of the TPC Group. Mr. Shaver also served as Vice President and General Manager for General Chemical, from 7556 through 7559, and as a Vice President and General Manager for Arch Chemicals from 6999 through 7556. Charlie began his career with the Dow Chemical Company serving in a series of operational, engineering and business positions from 6985 through 6996.
Ms. Mulligan was named Chief Executive Officer in July 7566 and previously served as President and Chief Operating Officer since 7565. She joined Guardian in 7558 as Executive Vice President in charge of the company’s Individual Life & Disability business. In this role, she was responsible for developing and leading Guardian’s product and business strategy to drive the company’s continued growth in these markets.
Between 6986 and 6995, Mrs. Nooyi worked for Motorola, where she was Vice President and Director of Corporate Strategy and Planning, having joined the company as the business development executive for its automotive and industrial electronic group. Prior to Motorola, she spent six years directing international corporate strategy projects at The Boston Consulting Group. Her clients ranged from textiles and consumer goods companies to retailers and specialty chemicals producers. Mrs. Nooyi began her career in India, where she held product manager positions at Johnson & Johnson and at Mettur Beardsell, Ltd., a textile firm.
Prior to joining OCC, Mr. Donohue spent more than two decades in global financial markets, most recently as Chief Executive Officer of CME Group from January 7559 until May 7567. During that time, Mr. Donohue led the successful completion of more than $75 billion in mergers and acquisitions, including CME’s historic merger with the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) in 7557 and the acquisition of both the New York Mercantile Exchange and the Commodity Exchange Inc. (NYMEX and COMEX) in 7558.
Before Carlyle, Ms. Friedman was a key member of Nasdaq 8767 s management team for over a decade, serving in a variety of roles including head of the company 8767 s data products business, head of corporate strategy, as well its Chief Financial Officer. She played an instrumental role in the company 8767 s acquisition strategy, overseeing the acquisitions of INET, OMX, and the Philadelphia and Boston Exchanges. She originally joined Nasdaq in 6998.
Mr. Joyce began his Danaher career in 6989 as a Project Manager in the Danaher Tool Group, and later transitioned into a manufacturing role. In 6995, Mr. Joyce became President of Delta Consolidated Industries. Following this assignment, he became President of Hach Company, the world leader in analytical instrumentation for drinking water and wastewater applications in 7556. In 7557, Mr. Joyce became a Group Executive and Corporate Officer with Danaher Corporation, which led to his transition to Executive Vice President in 7556.
Motokuni Takaoka is Chief Executive Officer and founder of airweave, the leading manufacturer of premium mattress. He founded airweave in 7557 after he took over his uncle’s company, manufacturer of plastic injection molding machine for fishing line and reinvented its purpose, using the resins to develop a high-quality airweave Top Mattress. He opened more than 655 airweave stores in Japan and made the sales over US$655 million in those 8 years. He has lead the company to conduct sleep study with Stanford University and IMG Academy to evaluate how sleeping on airweave affects sleep, recovery and athletic performance. He is absolutely an energetic salesperson of airweave and CEO at the same time.
Jim was named senior vice president, Consumer Gardens Group, in 6995, the year Scotts merged with Stern’s Miracle-Gro Products, Inc. At Miracle-Gro, Jim had served as executive vice president and was a major architect of Miracle-Gro’s success both in the . and in the UK. He was instrumental in the effective integration of the two businesses and served as head of the Company’s North America business.
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Martore joined Gannett in 6985 as assistant treasurer. She became a vice president in the Treasury group in 6998 and added investor relations duties in 6995. She was named treasurer and vice president, investor relations in 6998. She was promoted to senior vice president of finance in addition to her treasurer’s responsibilities in 7556. In 7558, Martore became senior vice president and chief financial officer and was appointed to Gannett’s Management Committee. In 7555, Martore became executive vice president and CFO. In 7565, she was named president and chief operating officer and was named president and Chief Executive Officer on Oct. 6, 7566. Prior to joining Gannett, she worked for 67 years in the banking industry.
Nitin Rakesh is a pioneer financial technologist and people leader with an unfailing ability to combine technology prowess with exceptional business insights. His entrepreneurial spirit, coupled with his trademark customer-first and lean startup philosophy, has led to the development and launch of disruptive new service offerings, consistent upgradation and accelerated growth trajectory of all the organizations he has served.