Ingersoll-Rand Elects Former U.S. Secretary of Labor and Former CEO of BAE Systems as Board Members
Ingersoll-Rand elected Elaine Chao, 62, and Linda Hudson, 64, as members of the Board. Secretary Chao was the 24th U.S. Secretary of Labor, serving from 2001 to 2009, and the first Asian Pacific American woman to be appointed to a President’s cabinet in American history. She presently serves as chairman of the Ruth Mulan Chu Chao Foundation, a family foundation. Secretary Chao was a Distinguished Fellow at The Heritage Foundation and served as president and CEO of United Way of America. Her previous government experience includes serving as director of the Peace Corps; deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation; and chairman, Federal Maritime Commission. Secretary Chao was also VP of syndications at BankAmerica Capital Markets Group and a banker with Citicorp.
Hudson is chairman and CEO of The Cardea Group, a management and leading consulting business she founded last year. Previously, she served as president and CEO of BAE Systems, the U.S.-based subsidiary of BAE Systems plc. Hudson also served as president of BAE Systems’ Land and Armaments operating group. Prior to joining BAE, Hudson worked at General Dynamics and was president of its Armament and Technical Products business. During her career, she has held various positions in engineering, production operations, program management and business development for defense and aerospace companies.
Nordstrom Appoints Board Member from CPG Sales and Marketing Sector
Fashion retailer Nordstrom named Tanya Domier, CEO of Advantage Sales & Marketing, to the company's Board. Domier was named CEO of ASM, the consumer packaged goods sales and marketing agency, in January 2013 after serving as their president and COO previously. She joined ASM in 1990 from J.M. Smucker Company and has held a number of executive level roles in sales, marketing and promotions. Domier also serves on the ASM Board since 2006.
Nu Skin Enterprises’ Newest Director Comes From Within Direct Selling and Personal Care Industries
Nu Skin Enterprises, a global direct selling company marketing personal care and nutritional products, added Edwina D. Woodbury, to its board of directors. Woodbury has served as president and CEO of The Chapel Hill Press since 1999 and has held several executive and board positions with other companies. She was CFO at Avon Products and held other finance and operations positions.
Date Range: May 29th - July 6th