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    Board of Directors

    With a diverse mix of experience, backgrounds and skill sets, our directors bring a broad range of leadership and insight to the boardroom, and regularly contribute to the dialogue involved in effectively overseeing and guiding our business and affairs. Other than our CEO, all the members of the Board are independent.
    Director since August 2017

    Mr. Bilicic is Vice Chairman, Investment Banking and Global Head of Power, Energy & Infrastructure at Lazard. Mr. Bilicic rejoined Lazard on April 20, 2020 from Sempra Energy, where he most recently served as President and Chief Legal Officer since the fall of 2019. Prior to this, Mr. Bilicic served as a Vice Chairman of Investment Banking and Global Head of Power, Energy and Infrastructure at Lazard, and headed the firm’s Midwest Investment Banking business. He originally joined Lazard as a Managing Director in 2002. Previous to this, Mr. Bilicic was a Managing Director at Merrill Lynch in its mergers and acquisitions department and a Partner at the law firm of Cravath, Swaine & Moore, which he joined as an associate in 1989. Mr. Bilicic currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors or equivalent for the Oncor Electric Delivery Company LLC, the Mayo Clinic, and The HistoryMakers. He holds a bachelor's degree from DeSales University and a law degree from Georgetown University.

    Director since 2003

    Annette Clayton serves as the chief executive officer & president of North America Operations for Schneider Electric, with responsibility for driving business strategy and execution of the Group's largest operating region. She is a member of the company's Executive Committee. Through December 2018, she also held the title of Chief Supply Chain Officer and led the 11 billion euro Global Supply Chain (GSC) operation. Prior to joining Schneider Electric in 2011, Clayton served as the vice president, Global Operations at Dell. She previously served as the vice president, Dell Americas Operations, and oversaw the manufacturing and fulfillment operations in the Americas region. From 1983 to 2006 Clayton worked at General Motors Corporation in senior management roles, including the president of Saturn Corporation. In this capacity she oversaw its strategic direction, financial accountability, and profit and loss responsibility. Clayton serves on the executive committee for the National Electrical Manufacturers Association. She also is a board of director for Duke Energy and serves on their Audit and Nuclear Oversight committees. As a board member for Polaris Industries, Clayton chairs its technology committee and is a member of the compensation committee. She also serves on the board of eIQ Mobility, an electric vehicle infrastructure startup. Clayton graduated from Wright State University with a bachelor's degree in general engineering and obtained a master's degree in engineering management from the University of Dayton. She has also completed the London Business School executive development program. Clayton brings to the Board years of experience in manufacturing, engineering operations, quality and productivity improvements, business process and strategic development, operational planning, budgeting and cost controls, labor relations and strategic partnerships.

    Director since 2013

    Mr. Farr has been the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Mattel, Inc., a worldwide leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of toys and family products, since February 2000. Prior to becoming CFO, he served in multiple leadership roles at Mattel, Inc. since 1991. Before joining Mattel, Inc., Mr. Farr spent 10 years at Pricewaterhouse Coopers. He serves on the Corporate Advisory Board of the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. With his many years of experience in executive leadership roles and his financial background with a Fortune 500 company, Mr. Farr provides the Board expertise in financial operations, business development and corporate strategy and complex financial issues. As a past director for a public company, he also provides significant board experience.

    Director since 2011

    Mr. Hendrickson served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Valspar Corporation, a global paint and coatings manufacturer from June 2011 to June 2017, and was President & COO from February 2008 to June 2011. He held various executive leadership roles with The Valspar Corporation since 2001 including positions with responsibility for the Asia Pacific operations. Mr. Hendrickson's experience as president and chief operating officer of a global company provides expertise in corporate leadership and development and execution of business growth strategy. Mr. Hendrickson will also bring to the Board significant global experience and knowledge of competitive strategy and international competition. As a director for other public companies, Mr. Hendrickson also provides significant board experience.

    Director since 2015

    Ms. Henricks served as Vice President, Product Development & Global Technology, and Chief Technology Officer of Caterpillar Inc., a world leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, diesel and natural gas engines, industrial gas turbines and diesel-electric locomotives, from 2012 to 2016. She joined Caterpillar in 1981 in an engineering role and held numerous engineering and executive roles progressing in scope and complexity. Ms. Henricks serves on the Bradley University Engineering Advisory Committee. Ms. Henricks brings to the Board executive leadership, as well as valuable knowledge and experience in technology and global research and development organization.

    Director since 2010

    Mr. Kessler was the Chief Executive Officer of SRTechnics AG from January 2008 through January 2010. SRTechnics is a privately-held aircraft, component and engine service provider with facilities located in Switzerland, Ireland, Great Britain, France, Spain, Malta and China. From September 2004 through October 2007, Mr. Kessler was the President and Chief Executive Officer of MTU Aero Engines AG, in Munich, Germany, an aero engine design, development, manufacturing and service company, where he was instrumental in preparing the company for a successful initial public offering on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Prior to September 2004, Mr. Kessler held management and executive positions for 20 years at Honeywell International and its preceding company AlliedSignal Corp. Among other roles he led Honeywell's Aerospace aftermarket services business with 27 facilities around the world. Mr. Kessler is a member of our Audit Committee and our Technology Committee. Mr. Kessler is based in Europe and has extensive experience in international management and mergers and acquisitions. Through his employment at Honeywell International, Mr. Kessler obtained skills in talent and organization development, engineering and operations management and the ability to build strong and lasting customer relationships. He is recognized as an industry leader in the global aerospace and defense markets, whichwill be helpful as we strive to grow our military and international business. His experience in operations, service and global business are expected to be a key asset to us as we continue to increase our sales globally and strive to increase operational efficiency.

    Director since 2016

    Mr. Kingsley served as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Pall Corporation, a global supplier of filtration, separations and purification products, from October 2013 to October 2015 and previously served as its CEO and President starting in October 2011. Prior to his election, he served as Chairman, President and CEO of IDEX Corporation, a developer, designer and manufacturer of fluid and metering technologies and health and science technologies, from March 2005 to August 2011. Before joining IDEX, Mr. Kingsley held management positions of increasing responsibility with Danaher Corporation, Kollmorgen Corporation and Weidmuller Incorporated. Mr. Kingsley brings strong executive leadership and business management skills to our Board, as well as valuable experience in strategic planning, corporate development and operations analysis. He also brings significant expertise in financial reporting and corporate finance.

    Director since 2019
    Ms. Shotwell has served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Space Exploration Technologies Corp (SpaceX), a private American aerospace manufacturer and space transportation services company, since November 2008 and previously served as Vice President, Business Development from August 2002 to November 2008. Prior to joining SpaceX, Ms. Shotwell held positions with Microcosm, Inc. Space Systems Division as a director, and The Aerospace Corporation as a senior project engineer. Through her experience as President and Chief Operating Officer for a large corporation providing strategic direction, leading daily operations, and leading business development, Ms. Shotwell brings to the Board expertise in manufacturing, operations, business development, financial accountability, and government relations.

    Director since 2007

    Mr. Wiehoff has served as Chairman of the Board for C.H. Robinson since 2007, and served as Chief Executive Officer for 17 years, retiring in May 2019. During his tenure, the company’s revenues grew from $3.3 billion to $16.6 billion in 2018. Previous positions with the company include President, Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, and Corporate Controller. Prior to joining C.H. Robinson in 1992, he was employed by Arthur Andersen LLP. Mr. Wiehoff also serves on the Board of Directors of Donaldson Company, Inc. Mr. Wiehoff is a member of our Audit Committee and serves as the Chair of our Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee. Mr. Wiehoff is an experienced financial leader with skills necessary to serve on our Audit Committee. His previous position as Chief Financial Officer of C.H. Robinson and employment at Arthur Andersen make him a valuable asset, on our Board of Directors, Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee and our Audit Committee, and his exposure to complex financial issues at such large corporations makes him a skilled advisor. Further, his expertise as a CEO and expertise in logistics adds significant value to the Board.

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