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Audit and Compliance Committee Position

Thomas B. Cusick   Financial expert icon

Thomas B. Cusick has served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Columbia Sportswear Company, an outdoor and active lifestyle apparel and footwear company listed on the Nasdaq Global Select Market, since 2009. From 2002 to 2009, he served as Vice President, Corporate Controller and Chief Accounting Officer of Columbia. Prior to joining Columbia, Mr. Cusick spent seven years with Cadence Design Systems, Inc., a public company that develops system design enablement solutions, and certain of its subsidiaries. He began his career at the public accounting firm of KPMG, LLP. Mr. Cusick is a certified public accountant. He received a B.S. degree in accounting from the University of Idaho.

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Joseph S. Clabby

Joseph S. Clabby spent over twenty years with ACE Limited and then Chubb following its merger with ACE in a number of senior executive positions, including board roles at several affiliated companies.  Prior to ACE and Chubb, Mr. Clabby held underwriting, broker and executive roles with leading insurance and reinsurance organizations including Alexander & Alexander, Willis Group and Swiss Re. Mr. Clabby earned his MBA in Finance from Pace University and his Master of Arts in Education from Montclair State University.  He completed his undergraduate degree at Fordham University, majoring in Psychology.

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Anthony Meeker   Chairman of the board icon

Anthony Meeker serves as Chairman of the Board. He retired in 2003 as a Managing Director of Victory Capital Management, Inc. (formerly known as Key Asset Management, Inc.), where he was employed for 10 years. Mr. Meeker was previously a director of First Federal Savings and Loan Association of McMinnville, Oregon and Oregon Mutual Insurance. He also serves on the board of two charitable organizations, MV Advancements, which provides employment, residential, and community services to clients with disabilities, and Oregon State Capitol Foundation. From 1987 to 1993, Mr. Meeker was Treasurer of the State of Oregon. His duties as state treasurer included investing the assets of the state, including the then $26 billion state pension fund, managing the state debt, and supervising all cash management programs. Mr. Meeker also managed the workers compensation insurance reserve fund of the State Accident Insurance Fund, providing oversight to ensure adequate actuarial reserves. He received a B.A. degree from Willamette University.

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Carla A. Moradi

Ms. Moradi currently serves as Senior Vice President of Go-To-Market Transformation for Anaplan (NYSE: PLAN). Prior to Anaplan, Ms. Moradi was Executive Vice President of Operations and Technology for HUB International and was Group Vice President and CIO for Walgreens Boots Alliance (NASDAQ: WBA).

Ms. Moradi earned her MBA in Finance from Tulane University and her Master’s in Public Health from Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. She completed her undergraduate degree at Knox College, majoring in Biology/Sociology. Ms. Moradi currently serves on the Executive Committee of the YMCA of the USA National Board.

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Alexandra Morehouse

Alexandra Morehouse has been nominated to serve as a director of the Company. She serves as Chief Marketing Officer of Banner Health, a role she has held since 2015.  Banner Health is a not-for-profit health system based in Phoenix, Arizona, operating 30 hospitals and several specialized facilities across 6 states.  Prior to joining Banner Health, Ms. Morehouse served in marketing leadership roles with American Express, Charles Schwab, California State Automobile Association, and Kaiser Permanente. Ms. Morehouse currently serves as a member of the Boards of Directors of Mutual of Enumclaw Insurance Company, a mutual property and casualty insurance company, and Evaluserve, Inc., a privately held leading global analytics partner that helps clients get the most out of their core processes. Ms. Morehouse is also a founding board member of the national coalition, Alliance for Multicultural and Inclusive Marketing, whose purpose is to create a movement that reflects a world of acceptance by celebrating differences and highlighting human truths that unite us.  She earned a bachelor’s degree at Harvard University and a Master in Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School.

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Compensation Committee Position

Vincent P. Price

Vincent P. Price is Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Cambia Health Solutions, a nonprofit corporation headquartered in Portland, Oregon, and dedicated to transforming health care by creating a person focused and economically sustainable system through health insurance plans and related products and services. Mr. Price joined Cambia in 2009. Prior to joining Cambia, he spent 15 years as a senior finance executive with Intel Corporation, a leader in the design and manufacturing of advanced integrated digital technology platforms, followed by seven years as a consultant to start-up companies. He serves on the board of trustees of BCS Financial’s Plan Investment Fund and the Oregon Health Sciences University Foundation. He also is a founding member and treasurer of the Children’s Heart Foundation, Oregon Chapter. He received his bachelor's degree in business from South Dakota State University. His Master of Business Administration is from Arizona State University.

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Thomas B. Cusick   Financial expert icon

Thomas B. Cusick has served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Columbia Sportswear Company, an outdoor and active lifestyle apparel and footwear company listed on the Nasdaq Global Select Market, since 2009. From 2002 to 2009, he served as Vice President, Corporate Controller and Chief Accounting Officer of Columbia. Prior to joining Columbia, Mr. Cusick spent seven years with Cadence Design Systems, Inc., a public company that develops system design enablement solutions, and certain of its subsidiaries. He began his career at the public accounting firm of KPMG, LLP. Mr. Cusick is a certified public accountant. He received a B.S. degree in accounting from the University of Idaho.

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Jon L. Justesen

Jon L. Justesen is co-owner and Chief Executive Officer of Justesen Ranches, which operates in four counties in two states. He is also owner and President of Buckhollow Ranch, Inc., and has 35 years of experience creating wealth as a private investor. During Mr. Justesen’s 40 plus years of successfully growing and managing agribusinesses in eastern Oregon, he has overseen operations involving timber, wheat and cattle production, property management and development, and resource-based recreational activities.

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Nominating and Governance Committee Position

Thomas J. Carley

Thomas J. Carley has acted as principal of Portal Capital, an investment management company that he co-founded, since July 2006, with responsibility for all of Portal Capital’s financial duties. He served as the Company’s interim Principal Financial and Accounting Officer from March 4, 2016 until August 10, 2016, and remained an employee of the Company through August 31, 2016. Mr. Carley has an MBA from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, with an emphasis in Accounting and Finance, and an A.B. degree in Economics and Classics from Dartmouth College. He is also a director of Urth Organic Corporation, a distributor of organic agricultural products.

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Jon L. Justesen

Jon L. Justesen is co-owner and Chief Executive Officer of Justesen Ranches, which operates in four counties in two states. He is also owner and President of Buckhollow Ranch, Inc., and has 35 years of experience creating wealth as a private investor. During Mr. Justesen’s 40 plus years of successfully growing and managing agribusinesses in eastern Oregon, he has overseen operations involving timber, wheat and cattle production, property management and development, and resource-based recreational activities.

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Alexandra Morehouse

Alexandra Morehouse has been nominated to serve as a director of the Company. She serves as Chief Marketing Officer of Banner Health, a role she has held since 2015.  Banner Health is a not-for-profit health system based in Phoenix, Arizona, operating 30 hospitals and several specialized facilities across 6 states.  Prior to joining Banner Health, Ms. Morehouse served in marketing leadership roles with American Express, Charles Schwab, California State Automobile Association, and Kaiser Permanente. Ms. Morehouse currently serves as a member of the Boards of Directors of Mutual of Enumclaw Insurance Company, a mutual property and casualty insurance company, and Evaluserve, Inc., a privately held leading global analytics partner that helps clients get the most out of their core processes. Ms. Morehouse is also a founding board member of the national coalition, Alliance for Multicultural and Inclusive Marketing, whose purpose is to create a movement that reflects a world of acceptance by celebrating differences and highlighting human truths that unite us.  She earned a bachelor’s degree at Harvard University and a Master in Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School.

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Vincent P. Price

Vincent P. Price is Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Cambia Health Solutions, a nonprofit corporation headquartered in Portland, Oregon, and dedicated to transforming health care by creating a person focused and economically sustainable system through health insurance plans and related products and services. Mr. Price joined Cambia in 2009. Prior to joining Cambia, he spent 15 years as a senior finance executive with Intel Corporation, a leader in the design and manufacturing of advanced integrated digital technology platforms, followed by seven years as a consultant to start-up companies. He serves on the board of trustees of BCS Financial’s Plan Investment Fund and the Oregon Health Sciences University Foundation. He also is a founding member and treasurer of the Children’s Heart Foundation, Oregon Chapter. He received his bachelor's degree in business from South Dakota State University. His Master of Business Administration is from Arizona State University.

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Risk Committee Position

Carla A. Moradi

Ms. Moradi currently serves as Senior Vice President of Go-To-Market Transformation for Anaplan (NYSE: PLAN). Prior to Anaplan, Ms. Moradi was Executive Vice President of Operations and Technology for HUB International and was Group Vice President and CIO for Walgreens Boots Alliance (NASDAQ: WBA).

Ms. Moradi earned her MBA in Finance from Tulane University and her Master’s in Public Health from Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. She completed her undergraduate degree at Knox College, majoring in Biology/Sociology. Ms. Moradi currently serves on the Executive Committee of the YMCA of the USA National Board.

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Thomas J. Carley

Thomas J. Carley has acted as principal of Portal Capital, an investment management company that he co-founded, since July 2006, with responsibility for all of Portal Capital’s financial duties. He served as the Company’s interim Principal Financial and Accounting Officer from March 4, 2016 until August 10, 2016, and remained an employee of the Company through August 31, 2016. Mr. Carley has an MBA from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, with an emphasis in Accounting and Finance, and an A.B. degree in Economics and Classics from Dartmouth College. He is also a director of Urth Organic Corporation, a distributor of organic agricultural products.

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Joseph S. Clabby

Joseph S. Clabby spent over twenty years with ACE Limited and then Chubb following its merger with ACE in a number of senior executive positions, including board roles at several affiliated companies.  Prior to ACE and Chubb, Mr. Clabby held underwriting, broker and executive roles with leading insurance and reinsurance organizations including Alexander & Alexander, Willis Group and Swiss Re. Mr. Clabby earned his MBA in Finance from Pace University and his Master of Arts in Education from Montclair State University.  He completed his undergraduate degree at Fordham University, majoring in Psychology.

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Anthony Meeker   Chairman of the board icon

Anthony Meeker serves as Chairman of the Board. He retired in 2003 as a Managing Director of Victory Capital Management, Inc. (formerly known as Key Asset Management, Inc.), where he was employed for 10 years. Mr. Meeker was previously a director of First Federal Savings and Loan Association of McMinnville, Oregon and Oregon Mutual Insurance. He also serves on the board of two charitable organizations, MV Advancements, which provides employment, residential, and community services to clients with disabilities, and Oregon State Capitol Foundation. From 1987 to 1993, Mr. Meeker was Treasurer of the State of Oregon. His duties as state treasurer included investing the assets of the state, including the then $26 billion state pension fund, managing the state debt, and supervising all cash management programs. Mr. Meeker also managed the workers compensation insurance reserve fund of the State Accident Insurance Fund, providing oversight to ensure adequate actuarial reserves. He received a B.A. degree from Willamette University.

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Thomas B. Cusick

Thomas B. Cusick has served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Columbia Sportswear Company, an outdoor and active lifestyle apparel and footwear company listed on the Nasdaq Global Select Market, since 2009. From 2002 to 2009, he served as Vice President, Corporate Controller and Chief Accounting Officer of Columbia. Prior to joining Columbia, Mr. Cusick spent seven years with Cadence Design Systems, Inc., a public company that develops system design enablement solutions, and certain of its subsidiaries. He began his career at the public accounting firm of KPMG, LLP. Mr. Cusick is a certified public accountant. He received a B.S. degree in accounting from the University of Idaho.

Joseph S. Clabby

Joseph S. Clabby spent over twenty years with ACE Limited and then Chubb following its merger with ACE in a number of senior executive positions, including board roles at several affiliated companies.  Prior to ACE and Chubb, Mr. Clabby held underwriting, broker and executive roles with leading insurance and reinsurance organizations including Alexander & Alexander, Willis Group and Swiss Re. Mr. Clabby earned his MBA in Finance from Pace University and his Master of Arts in Education from Montclair State University.  He completed his undergraduate degree at Fordham University, majoring in Psychology.

Anthony Meeker

Anthony Meeker serves as Chairman of the Board. He retired in 2003 as a Managing Director of Victory Capital Management, Inc. (formerly known as Key Asset Management, Inc.), where he was employed for 10 years. Mr. Meeker was previously a director of First Federal Savings and Loan Association of McMinnville, Oregon and Oregon Mutual Insurance. He also serves on the board of two charitable organizations, MV Advancements, which provides employment, residential, and community services to clients with disabilities, and Oregon State Capitol Foundation. From 1987 to 1993, Mr. Meeker was Treasurer of the State of Oregon. His duties as state treasurer included investing the assets of the state, including the then $26 billion state pension fund, managing the state debt, and supervising all cash management programs. Mr. Meeker also managed the workers compensation insurance reserve fund of the State Accident Insurance Fund, providing oversight to ensure adequate actuarial reserves. He received a B.A. degree from Willamette University.

Carla A. Moradi

Ms. Moradi currently serves as Senior Vice President of Go-To-Market Transformation for Anaplan (NYSE: PLAN). Prior to Anaplan, Ms. Moradi was Executive Vice President of Operations and Technology for HUB International and was Group Vice President and CIO for Walgreens Boots Alliance (NASDAQ: WBA).

Ms. Moradi earned her MBA in Finance from Tulane University and her Master’s in Public Health from Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. She completed her undergraduate degree at Knox College, majoring in Biology/Sociology. Ms. Moradi currently serves on the Executive Committee of the YMCA of the USA National Board.

Alexandra Morehouse

Alexandra Morehouse has been nominated to serve as a director of the Company. She serves as Chief Marketing Officer of Banner Health, a role she has held since 2015.  Banner Health is a not-for-profit health system based in Phoenix, Arizona, operating 30 hospitals and several specialized facilities across 6 states.  Prior to joining Banner Health, Ms. Morehouse served in marketing leadership roles with American Express, Charles Schwab, California State Automobile Association, and Kaiser Permanente. Ms. Morehouse currently serves as a member of the Boards of Directors of Mutual of Enumclaw Insurance Company, a mutual property and casualty insurance company, and Evaluserve, Inc., a privately held leading global analytics partner that helps clients get the most out of their core processes. Ms. Morehouse is also a founding board member of the national coalition, Alliance for Multicultural and Inclusive Marketing, whose purpose is to create a movement that reflects a world of acceptance by celebrating differences and highlighting human truths that unite us.  She earned a bachelor’s degree at Harvard University and a Master in Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School.

Vincent P. Price

Vincent P. Price is Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Cambia Health Solutions, a nonprofit corporation headquartered in Portland, Oregon, and dedicated to transforming health care by creating a person focused and economically sustainable system through health insurance plans and related products and services. Mr. Price joined Cambia in 2009. Prior to joining Cambia, he spent 15 years as a senior finance executive with Intel Corporation, a leader in the design and manufacturing of advanced integrated digital technology platforms, followed by seven years as a consultant to start-up companies. He serves on the board of trustees of BCS Financial’s Plan Investment Fund and the Oregon Health Sciences University Foundation. He also is a founding member and treasurer of the Children’s Heart Foundation, Oregon Chapter. He received his bachelor's degree in business from South Dakota State University. His Master of Business Administration is from Arizona State University.

Thomas B. Cusick

Thomas B. Cusick has served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Columbia Sportswear Company, an outdoor and active lifestyle apparel and footwear company listed on the Nasdaq Global Select Market, since 2009. From 2002 to 2009, he served as Vice President, Corporate Controller and Chief Accounting Officer of Columbia. Prior to joining Columbia, Mr. Cusick spent seven years with Cadence Design Systems, Inc., a public company that develops system design enablement solutions, and certain of its subsidiaries. He began his career at the public accounting firm of KPMG, LLP. Mr. Cusick is a certified public accountant. He received a B.S. degree in accounting from the University of Idaho.

Jon L. Justesen

Jon L. Justesen is co-owner and Chief Executive Officer of Justesen Ranches, which operates in four counties in two states. He is also owner and President of Buckhollow Ranch, Inc., and has 35 years of experience creating wealth as a private investor. During Mr. Justesen’s 40 plus years of successfully growing and managing agribusinesses in eastern Oregon, he has overseen operations involving timber, wheat and cattle production, property management and development, and resource-based recreational activities.

Thomas J. Carley

Thomas J. Carley has acted as principal of Portal Capital, an investment management company that he co-founded, since July 2006, with responsibility for all of Portal Capital’s financial duties. He served as the Company’s interim Principal Financial and Accounting Officer from March 4, 2016 until August 10, 2016, and remained an employee of the Company through August 31, 2016. Mr. Carley has an MBA from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, with an emphasis in Accounting and Finance, and an A.B. degree in Economics and Classics from Dartmouth College. He is also a director of Urth Organic Corporation, a distributor of organic agricultural products.

Jon L. Justesen

Jon L. Justesen is co-owner and Chief Executive Officer of Justesen Ranches, which operates in four counties in two states. He is also owner and President of Buckhollow Ranch, Inc., and has 35 years of experience creating wealth as a private investor. During Mr. Justesen’s 40 plus years of successfully growing and managing agribusinesses in eastern Oregon, he has overseen operations involving timber, wheat and cattle production, property management and development, and resource-based recreational activities.

Alexandra Morehouse

Alexandra Morehouse has been nominated to serve as a director of the Company. She serves as Chief Marketing Officer of Banner Health, a role she has held since 2015.  Banner Health is a not-for-profit health system based in Phoenix, Arizona, operating 30 hospitals and several specialized facilities across 6 states.  Prior to joining Banner Health, Ms. Morehouse served in marketing leadership roles with American Express, Charles Schwab, California State Automobile Association, and Kaiser Permanente. Ms. Morehouse currently serves as a member of the Boards of Directors of Mutual of Enumclaw Insurance Company, a mutual property and casualty insurance company, and Evaluserve, Inc., a privately held leading global analytics partner that helps clients get the most out of their core processes. Ms. Morehouse is also a founding board member of the national coalition, Alliance for Multicultural and Inclusive Marketing, whose purpose is to create a movement that reflects a world of acceptance by celebrating differences and highlighting human truths that unite us.  She earned a bachelor’s degree at Harvard University and a Master in Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School.

Vincent P. Price

Vincent P. Price is Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Cambia Health Solutions, a nonprofit corporation headquartered in Portland, Oregon, and dedicated to transforming health care by creating a person focused and economically sustainable system through health insurance plans and related products and services. Mr. Price joined Cambia in 2009. Prior to joining Cambia, he spent 15 years as a senior finance executive with Intel Corporation, a leader in the design and manufacturing of advanced integrated digital technology platforms, followed by seven years as a consultant to start-up companies. He serves on the board of trustees of BCS Financial’s Plan Investment Fund and the Oregon Health Sciences University Foundation. He also is a founding member and treasurer of the Children’s Heart Foundation, Oregon Chapter. He received his bachelor's degree in business from South Dakota State University. His Master of Business Administration is from Arizona State University.

Carla A. Moradi

Ms. Moradi currently serves as Senior Vice President of Go-To-Market Transformation for Anaplan (NYSE: PLAN). Prior to Anaplan, Ms. Moradi was Executive Vice President of Operations and Technology for HUB International and was Group Vice President and CIO for Walgreens Boots Alliance (NASDAQ: WBA).

Ms. Moradi earned her MBA in Finance from Tulane University and her Master’s in Public Health from Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. She completed her undergraduate degree at Knox College, majoring in Biology/Sociology. Ms. Moradi currently serves on the Executive Committee of the YMCA of the USA National Board.

Thomas J. Carley

Thomas J. Carley has acted as principal of Portal Capital, an investment management company that he co-founded, since July 2006, with responsibility for all of Portal Capital’s financial duties. He served as the Company’s interim Principal Financial and Accounting Officer from March 4, 2016 until August 10, 2016, and remained an employee of the Company through August 31, 2016. Mr. Carley has an MBA from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, with an emphasis in Accounting and Finance, and an A.B. degree in Economics and Classics from Dartmouth College. He is also a director of Urth Organic Corporation, a distributor of organic agricultural products.

Joseph S. Clabby

Joseph S. Clabby spent over twenty years with ACE Limited and then Chubb following its merger with ACE in a number of senior executive positions, including board roles at several affiliated companies.  Prior to ACE and Chubb, Mr. Clabby held underwriting, broker and executive roles with leading insurance and reinsurance organizations including Alexander & Alexander, Willis Group and Swiss Re. Mr. Clabby earned his MBA in Finance from Pace University and his Master of Arts in Education from Montclair State University.  He completed his undergraduate degree at Fordham University, majoring in Psychology.

Anthony Meeker

Anthony Meeker serves as Chairman of the Board. He retired in 2003 as a Managing Director of Victory Capital Management, Inc. (formerly known as Key Asset Management, Inc.), where he was employed for 10 years. Mr. Meeker was previously a director of First Federal Savings and Loan Association of McMinnville, Oregon and Oregon Mutual Insurance. He also serves on the board of two charitable organizations, MV Advancements, which provides employment, residential, and community services to clients with disabilities, and Oregon State Capitol Foundation. From 1987 to 1993, Mr. Meeker was Treasurer of the State of Oregon. His duties as state treasurer included investing the assets of the state, including the then $26 billion state pension fund, managing the state debt, and supervising all cash management programs. Mr. Meeker also managed the workers compensation insurance reserve fund of the State Accident Insurance Fund, providing oversight to ensure adequate actuarial reserves. He received a B.A. degree from Willamette University.