Lawrence R. Adair , (Gen. )Ret, Accenture
Lionel Barber , U.S. Managing Editor, Financial Times
Myles Brand , President, NCAA
Michael Brown , President, City Year
Carl Camden , President and COO, Kelly Services
Carolyn Casey , Senior Director, External Affairs, The Timberland Company
Richard A. Chilcoat , Dean, The Bush School of Government & Public Service
Dong-Sung Cho , Professor of Strategy and International Business, Seoul National University, and President, the Korean Academic Society of Business Administration
Robert M. Cook-Deegan , Director, Center for Genome Ethics, Law and Policy, Duke University
Alfred A. Edmond Jr. , Senior Vice President and the Editor-in-Chief of Black Enterprise magazine
Thomas J. Friel , Chairman and CEO, Heidrick & Struggles International, Inc
Chuck Harman , Director, Corporate Relations and Marketing, National Alliance on Mental Illness
John D. Hayes , EVP, Global Advertising and Brand Management, and Chief Marketing Officer
Lynn Holmes , Former Asst. Vice President, Ethics and Compliance, BellSouth Corporation
Kimberly Jenkins , Former President, Internet Policy Institute
James Joseph , former U.S. Ambassador to South Africa
Rik Kirkland , Journalist and Former Managing Editor, FORTUNE Magazine
Gail Lione , General Counsel, Harley-Davidson
Gary G. Lynch , Executive Vice Chairman and Global General Counsel, Credit Suisse First Boston
Robert A. McDonald , Vice Chairman of Global Operations, Procter & Gamble
Kook-Hyun Moon , President & Chief Executive Officer, Yuhan-Kimberly, Ltd.
Raymond L. Ocampo Jr. , General Counsel (Ret.), Oracle Corporation and Co-Founder, Berkeley Center for Law & Technology
James H. Quigley , CEO, Deloitte & Touche USA
Keith L. Reinhard , DDB Worldwide Communications Group Inc
Tom Stewart , Editor, Harvard Business Review
David C. Swanson , Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, R.H. Donnelley Corporation
Tom Wallace , Director US Advocacy & Government Relations, Eli Lilly
Judy Woodruff , Anchor, CNN
Mike S. Zafirovski , Former President and Chief Operating Officer, Motorola, Inc.
5:30 - 7:30 PM
Welcome Reception at Fuqua
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Registration & Breakfast
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Building and Sustaining Community During Times of Growth and Change
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Building an Organizational Community Using the Military as a Metaphor
High Performance Organizational Communities: Are Ethics and Performance in Conflict?
Creating Shared Purpose through Corporate-Nonprofit Partnerships
Michael Brown, President and Co-Founder, City Year
Communities of Enterprise, Discourse and Ethics in Health Care - Alone Together
Robert M. Cook-Degan
Charles R. Harman
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Lunch The Fox Center
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Is Creating Community Strategic?
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Leadership Faculty Discussions
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Transfer to Cameron/ Break
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Duke Men's Basketball Training Practice in Cameron Indoor Stadium- Speech, Practice, and Debrief Led by Mike "Coach K" Krzyzewski
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The Role of College Sports in Leadership and Social Change
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Power and Politics: Organizational Community Building in the Technology Startup
Legal Obstacles to Building Community
How High Performing Organizational Community Affects the Bottom Line
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Beyond Star Power and Personalities: The Media Role in Deepening Public Interest of Leadership
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Lunch and Close
Lionel Barber is the U.S. managing editor for the Financial Times . Barber leads the editorial development of the U.S. Edition of the paper and for U.S. news on FT.com.
Barber has been a part of the Financial Times since 1985. Prior positions include the FT's Washington correspondent and U.S. editor, chief European correspondent and Brussels bureau chief, London news editor and the FT's continental edition editor.
Barber is the recipient of several prestigious awards including the Laurence Stern Fellowship at the Washington Post (1985), a Woodrow Wilson Foundation fellowship (1991), a visiting scholarship at the University of California at Berkeley (1992), an Eliot-Winant fellowship to lecture in the U.S. (1994) and a visiting fellowship at the Robert Schuman Center at the European University Institute in Florence (1996).
Barber was voted one of the 50 most influential people in Europe by European Voice magazine in 2001. In 1998, Le Nouvel Observateur in Paris selected him as one of the 101 most influential people in Europe .
Barber is co-author of "The Price of Truth: the story of Reuters millions," "the DeLorean Tapes" and "Not with Honor: the story of the Westland scandal."
Barber attended Dulwich College and, later, St, Edmund Hall, Oxford , from which he graduated with a joint honors degree in German and Modern History. He is fluent in French, German, and Russian.
Myles Brand serves as president of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. He has presided over the most comprehensive academic reform package for intercollegiate athletics in recent history - a package that refocuses the attention of student-athletes, coaches and administrators on the education of student-athletes. His tenure has helped reestablished the indispensable role of university presidents in the governance of college sports.
Previously, Brand was president of two major universities. From 1994 through 2002, he was president of Indiana University and also served as president at the University of Oregon from 1989 to 1994.
Brand earned his B.S. in Philosophy from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1964, and his Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Rochester in 1967.
Brand has served on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors, Association of American Universities (AAU), and as board chair, 1999-2000; a member of the Board of Directors, 1992-97, and executive committee, 1994-97, of the American Council on Education (ACE); and a member of the Board of Directors of the National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges (NASULGC), 1995-98. He served as a board member of the American Philosophical Association and of the University Corporation for Advanced Internet Development, the umbrella organization of Internet2.
Michael Brown is the co-founder and president of City Year, a national youth service corps that helped to inspire the development of AmeriCorps. Founded in 1988, City Year now operates in 15 cities across the U.S. and in Johannesburg enlisting more than 1,000 young adults for a demanding year of full-time community service, civic engagement and leadership development and providing strategic leadership for the national service movement. Since its founding, City Year has engaged more than 8,000 young adults in service, provided more than 12 million hours of service to more than more than 840,000 children and 1,000 nonprofit organizations, schools and community centers, and generated more than $30 million in post-service scholarships for the young adults who serve.
For his work developing City Year, Brown has been awarded several distinctions, most notably the Reebok Human Rights Award, the Boston Bar Association's Public Service Award, and four honorary degrees, including Doctor of Public Service from Northeastern University. Brown is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School , where he served as a member of the Harvard Law Review.
Carl Camden began serving Kelly in 1995 as senior vice president, marketing. He was promoted to executive vice president in 1998 and president and chief operating officer in 2001. He also serves on the company's Board of Directors.
Prior to joining Kelly, he was senior vice president of marketing for KeyCorp, co-president of Wyse Advertising, and associate professor of communications at Cleveland State University .
He holds a bachelor's degree in psychology and speech from Southwest Baptist College , a master's degree in clinical psychology and speech communication from Central Missouri State University , and a doctorate in communications from Ohio State University .
He serves on the Labor Advisory Council of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, the Board of Visitors of Duke University's Fuqua School of Business and the Oakland University School of Nursing. He served on the ERISA Advisory Committee from 2000 through 2002. He received the William L. Heartwell Jr. Award from the National Association of State Workforce Agencies in 2004 for his significant and substantial contribution to the workforce development system.
Carolyn Casey is the senior director of external relations at Timberland. In partnership with the company's social responsible leaders - Social Enterprise, Environmental Stewardship and Global Business Alliance - Casey helps drive the integration and communication of Timberland's commitment to responsible, progressive and ethical practices and policies through engaged citizenry, civic and non-profit partnerships, unique product and marketing initiatives, and strategic events and forums.
Prior to joining Timberland in 2000, Casey spent a decade in political, legislative and non-profit management positions. Most recently, she served as the director of national affairs for City Year, an international youth service organization committed to the development of civic leaders and the strategic use of service as a means to break down social barriers.
Cassey graduated from the College of the Holy Cross with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, and received her Masters in Public Administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University .
Cassey serves as a founding steering committee member of Business Strengthening America, as an active volunteer with City Year, Share Our Strength, United Way and Sports and Society, and on various community and civic boards.
On September 1st, 2000, Richard A. Chilcoat retired from the United States Army after 42 years of active military service. During his transition to civilian life, he provided professional consulting services to business and academic enterprises about education, technology, executive training, and leadership. On July 1st, 2001, Chilcoat was named Dean of the George Bush School of Government and Public Service, at Texas A&M University .
He has been a frequent lecturer on the subject of professional military education, strategic leadership, visioning, transformation, and change management. From January 2001 to February 2002, he directed and facilitated the Army Strategic Leadership Course for Army general officers. During his military service, Chilcoat served in a variety of leadership positions including Chief of Staff, 3d Infantry Division, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army; Executive Assistant to General Colin Powell, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; Deputy Director, Strategy, Plans and Policy, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans, United States Army; and Senior Speechwriter to the Army Chief of Staff, General John A. Wickham, Jr. He served as Assistant to the Academy Dean, Assistant Professor of Social Sciences, and member, Academy Athletic Board at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, NY.
Among Chilcoat's service awards were the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star Medal with one Oak Leaf Cluster, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, and the Meritorious Service Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters.
Chilcoat received his MBA from Harvard Business School and a B.S. from the U.S. Military Academy. He is an honorary graduate of the U.S. Army War College. Currently, he serves as a member of the Board of Advisors, Naval Postgraduate School , a Class Trustee of the Association of Graduates, U.S. Military Academy, and a member of the Board of Directors, National Defense University Foundation.
Dong-Sung Cho is professor of strategy, international business and management design at Seoul National University . He received a doctoral degree from Harvard Business School in 1976, and worked at Gulf Oil's Planning Group before joining SNU in 1978. He has been a professor at Harvard Business School , Helsinki School of Economics, the University of Tokyo , University of Michigan , Duke, and Peking University .
Among the 42 books he published are "The General Trading Company," "Tiger Technology: the Rise of the Semiconductor Industry in Asia " and "From Adam Smith to Michael Porter: Evolution of Competitiveness Theory by World Scientific." He was dean of the College of Business Administration , SNU, 2001-2003, and dean of the Graduate School of International and Area Studies, SNU, 1999-2001. He has been on the Board of Directors at 15 multinational companies and research organizations. Cho is honorary consul general of the Government of Finland in Korea . He is president of Korean Academic Society of Business Administration, which is the flagship organization in Korea representing 24 functionally-oriented academic societies in business administration.
Robert Cook-Deegan, M.D., is director of the Center for Genome Ethics, Law & Policy at Duke's Institute for Genome Sciences & Policy. He is also a research professor in Public Policy Studies at Duke University and in the Department of Medicine at Duke Medical School. Until July 2002, he directed the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellowship program at the Institute of Medicine (IOM), National Academy of Sciences, after four years as founding director of IOM's National Cancer Policy Board. While at IOM and other parts of the National Academies, he worked on mental health policy, tobacco control, cancer policy, biomedical research policy, and federal R&D budgeting. He worked at the National Center for Human Genome Research at the National Institutes of Health in its inaugural year (1989-1990), and was acting executive director of a congressional bioethics commission from 1988-1989. From 1982 through 1988, he worked at the Office of Technology Assessment, US Congress, joining OTA as a Congressional Science and Engineering Fellow directly from a postdoctoral and medical residency position in oncogene molecular biology at the University of Colorado. He graduated from the University of Colorado Medical School in 1979, and from Harvard College in 1975.
Alfred Edmond is a senior vice president and the editor-in-chief of Black Enterprise magazine. As Editor-in-Chief, Mr. Edmond sits on the Black Enterprise editorial board.
An award-winning reporter and editor, Edmond has been recognized by TJFR Business New s Reporter as one of America 's 100 Most Influential Financial Journalists. During his tenure as the chief editor of Black Enterprise , the magazine has earned five Folio: Editorial Excellence Awards in the category of business/finance consumer magazines, a Griot Award from the New York Association of Black Journalists and more than a dozen other editorial and design awards. A nationally recognized expert on business and economic trends, Edmond has appeared regularly on such television shows as CNNfn's MarketCall, BET Nightly News and America 's Black Forum.
Before joining Black Enterprise , Edmond served as the senior editor of MBM/Modern Black Men Magazine and as an associate editor for the Daily Challenge. Edmond was also the managing editor of Big Red News (now the New York Beacon).
Edmond is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and a member of the board of the American Society of Magazine Editors. He is a lifetime member of the New York Association of Black Journalists (NYABJ) and the Rutgers University Alumni Association. He currently serves on many boards including the Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America (LEDA). In addition, he is an adjunct professor in the journalism department at Rutgers . In 2000, Edmond was recognized with the NYABJ's Chapter Service Award.
He graduated from Rutgers College at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey in New Brunswick in 1983 with a degree in studio art and a minor in economics.
Tom Friel is chairman and chief executive officer of Heidrick & Struggles International, Inc. In this role he oversees the firm's activities worldwide, delivering through a global network of more than 50 offices located in over 32 countries. Heidrick & Struggles is a publicly traded company listed as HSII on Nasdaq.
Since joining Heidrick & Struggles in 1979, Friel has played a significant role in developing the firm's leadership position in key markets. He established the firm's Silicon Valley presence in 1984, serving as managing partner of the Menlo Park office for its first five years. He was co-founder and then later assumed the responsibility of managing the firm's technology practice. He led the practice from 1987 to 1995, during which time the practice became the recognized world leader in senior-level search in the high technology marketplace.
Nancy Garrison-Jenn listed Friel as among the Top 200 Executive Recruiters in the world in her book, "The Global 200 Executive Recruiters ." The partners of Heidrick & Struggles honored Friel in 1998 by naming him the recipient of the John E. Struggles Partnership Award, the firm's most significant honor.
Friel is an honors graduate of Purdue University , where he majored in industrial engineering. He holds an MBA degree from Stanford University Graduate School of Business. He currently serves on the Business School Advisory Council. In addition to Heidrick & Struggles, his Board experience includes several private and not-for-profit companies.
Chuck Harman is currently director of corporate relations and marketing at NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), a position he has held since 1998. In this role, Harman establishes and maintains relationships with key industry contacts in neuroscience/psychiatry research and development, marketing and public relations. He also has served as director of communications at NAMI from 1985-1991 and as interim director of communications from 2004-2005.
Harman's other professional experiences includes positions as a regional manager for a national health care corporation, marketing and community relations director of an academic teaching hospital and consultant to a neuroscience research center.
Harman has a bachelor's and master's degree from West Virginia University, where he currently serves as an adjunct professor of journalism.
As Chief Marketing Officer of American Express Company, John D. Hayes is responsible for the company's customer focus and global marketing efforts.
Mr. Hayes joined American Express in May 1995 where he has been responsible for brand marketing for American Express worldwide. In this role, he contributed to the launch of over 200 new products in 8 years and was a true thought leader in the success of OPEN, American Express Small Business Network, and Blue from American Express. He led his organization in the utilization of new media and distribution channels, which offered the consumer the first ever "tri-mal cast" and "webisode". He is the "Customer Champion" for the company and continues to oversee all market research functions. Mr. Hayes also oversees our American Express Publishing Group and the recruitment of Influencers for the company that are both part of the company's marketing plans and the development of marketing strategies. In addition, Mr. Hayes inspires and educates employees worldwide about the importance of the American Express brand and promise.
Prior to joining American Express, Mr. Hayes spent over 20 years in the brand and advertising industry. He was President of Lowe & Partners and led the company to unprecedented growth through his work with clients, such as Coca Cola. His focus for Coca Cola Company, on the Diet Coke brand resulted to the reversal of its market share decline, and the achievement of double-digit growth for the 35 year-old Sprite brand. He also has held senior positions at Ammirati & Puris and Saatchi & Saatchi Compton. In addition, he has led the development of product position and global campaigns for Citibank, Aetna , Proctor and Gamble, Prudential Insurance, RJR Nabisco, Mercedes-Benz and Reebok.
Mr. Hayes is a member of the boards of the Association of National Advertisers and The Tiger Woods Foundation.
He received a BA from Seton Hall University .
Mr. Hayes lives in Allendale , N.J. , with his wife and three children.
Lynn R. Holmes is the former Assistant Vice-President-Ethics and Compliance at BellSouth Corporation. Holmes was responsible for overseeing the corporation's ethics, compliance, and policy governance activities and programs.
Holmes began her career with BellSouth in 1984 as a legislative lobbyist in the Washington , D.C. office. She served, also, as BellSouth's principal state lobbyist in Raleigh , North Carolina and as Vice President-Regulatory and External Affairs in Georgia , where she represented BellSouth's interests before the Georgia Public Service Commission. Prior to joining BellSouth, she was a legislative counsel to Senator Howard H. Baker in Washington , D.C.
Holmes has served on the boards of the North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research, the Pines of Carolina Girl Scouts, the North Carolina Forum for Research and Economic Education, and the Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership.
A native of Memphis , Tennessee , Holmes graduated, cum laude, from Mount Holyoke College and from the Georgetown University Law Center . Additionally, she completed the Advanced Management Program at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University .
Kimberly Jenkins is the former president of the Internet Policy Institute (IPI), a research institute created to provide analysis of global Internet policy issues. Prior to starting IPI, Kimberly founded and managed Microsoft's Education Division and ran Market Development for NeXT, a hardware and operating systems company founded by Steve Jobs.
Jenkins is a magna cum laude graduate of Duke University with a B.S. in Biology and Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration. She currently serves on the Duke University Board of Trustees as a member of Executive Committee and chair of the Committee for Institutional Advancement. She is also a member of the Duke University Health Systems Board and the Kenan Institute for Ethics Board.
Ambassador James A. Joseph is professor of the practice of Public Policy Studies and Executive Director of the United States - Southern Africa Center for Leadership and Public Values at Duke University . Nominated by President Clinton and confirmed by the United States Senate in December 1995, he was the first and only American Ambassador to present his credentials to President Nelson Mandela. In 1999, President Thabo Mbeki awarded him the Order of Good Hope, the highest honor the Republic of South Africa bestows on a citizen of another country.
Joseph has had a distinguished career in government, business, education and philanthropy. From 1982-1995, he was president and chief executive officer of the Council on Foundations, an international organization of more than 1900 foundations and corporate giving programs. Joseph also served as under secretary of the Interior from 1977-1981. An ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, he has taught at Yale Divinity School and the Claremont Colleges where he was also university chaplain. In 1985, he was a distinguished visitor at Nuffield College at Oxford University and he serves presently as honorary professor and a member of the Board of Advisors at the Graduate School of Business at the University of Cape Town . Joseph also has served four U.S. Presidents: Jimmy Carter, Ronald Regan, George H. Bush and William Clinton.
A graduate of Southern University and Yale Divinity School , Joseph began his career as an officer in the U.S. Army and later taught at Stillman College in Tuscaloosa , Alabama , where he was a leader of the local civil rights movement. He is the author of two books, "The Charitable Impulse" and "Remaking America." He is the recipient of more than a dozen honorary degrees and his undergraduate alma mater, Southern University, has named an endowed chair in his honor. The Board of Directors of the Council on Foundations appointed him president emeritus, the Association of Black Foundation Executives established the James A. Joseph Lecture on Philanthropy and the Children's Defense Fund appointed him chairman emeritus.
He serves presently as chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) and as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund U.S.A. and serves on the Board of Advisors of the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University . He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the National Academy of Public Administration.
Rik Kirkland oversees and directs all editorial operations at FORTUNE magazine. In his years as managing editor, FORTUNE has twice been nominated as a National Magazine Award Finalist for general excellence.
From 1996 to February 2001, he was deputy managing editor and former managing editor John Huey's key partner in expanding FORTUNE 's audience, achieving newsstand leadership, broadening coverage and bringing new energy, vigor and range to FORTUNE 's writing staff. Kirkland , who served as European Editor in London from 1985-1989, also directed the revival and expansion of FORTUNE 's international editions during these years.
Since 1995 Kirkland has consistently been named to the upper tier of TJFR's list of America 's Top 100 Business Journalists. In 1997 and 1998, in addition to his duties at FORTUNE , he served as deputy managing editor of Time Inc.'s Business Information Group, which included overseeing Money magazine and FSB ( Fortune Small Business ). Kirkland , who developed and produced two primetime PBS/FORTUNE specials on the economy in the early 1990s, is also regular contributor on CNN's Lou Dobbs Tonight.
Kirkland attended Birmingham-Southern College , graduating summa cum laude in 1973 with a major in English. He attended Duke University on a James B. Duke Fellowship, earning an M.A. in English in 1976. Prior to joining FORTUNE , he taught English at Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro . He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Gail A. Lione joined Harley-Davidson, Inc. in 1997 as vice president, general counsel and secretary. From February 1999 to November 2000, she also served as the vice president of Human Resources. She is a member of the Leadership and Strategy Council, Harley-Davidson's senior leadership circle, and is the chief compliance officer for the Company.
For the seven years prior to joining Harley-Davidson, Lione was general counsel and secretary of U.S. News & World Report and its affiliates. She is a member of the Board of the National Association of Manufacturers and a Trustee of its Manufacturing Institute and on the Board of the University of Rochester and the University School of Milwaukee. She also is currently serving as a member of the Board of Directors of the Bradley Center Sports & Entertainment Corp. Milwaukee Art Museum , YMCA of Milwaukee and United Way of Milwaukee .
Lione graduated Magna Cum Laude/Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Rochester with a B.A. in Political Science, and received her J.D. degree.
Gary G. Lynch, joined Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB) as Global General Counsel in October, 2001. In December 2002, he was named Executive Vice Chairman and placed in charge of overseeing both the Research and the Compliance Divisions. From 1985 to 1989, Lynch served as director of the Enforcement Division of the US Securities and Exchange Commission ( SEC). In that capacity, he directed the activities of a nationwide staff of 700 employees responsible for enforcing federal securities laws. In his 13 years with the SEC, Mr. Lynch participated in many of its most important actions and initiatives in the areas of corporate disclosure, tender offers and proxy contests, and insider trading.
In 1989, Lynch joined the law firm of Davis Polk & Wardwell as a partner. He advised and represented a wide cross-section of that firm's clients, including major public companies and investment and accounting firms. He also conducted internal investigations on behalf of senior management or the boards of directors of corporations and provided counsel on corporate governance matters.
Lynch graduated from Syracuse University in 1972, Phi Beta Kappa. He received his J.D. from Duke University School of Law in 1975. A frequent lecturer on a wide variety of subjects relating to the federal securities laws, Lynch regularly appears on the faculty of continuing legal education programs.
Morgan Stanley announced in July 2005 that Lynch has been named Chief Legal Officer and a member of the Firm's management committee, effective October 18, 2005 . He will report directly to Chairman and Chief Executive Officer John J. Mack.
As Vice Chairman of Global Operations at Procter & Gamble, Bob McDonald leads the "go-to-market" organizations for the $51.4 billion company, including: sales, information technology, logistics, customer marketing, and on-the-ground operations in more than 80 countries worldwide.
McDonald grew up in Arlington Heights , Illinois , and graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1975 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering. At West Point he served as the Brigade Adjutant for the Corps of Cadets. He was also awarded the Silver Medal from the Royal Society of England. After graduation, he served as a Captain in the U.S. Army for 5 years, primarily in the 82 nd Airborne Division. Upon leaving the military he received the Meritorious Service Medal.
While still serving in the Army, McDonald received an MBA from the University of Utah in 1978.
McDonald joined Procter & Gamble in 1980, transferred to Toronto to lead P&G's Canadian Laundry business in 1989, and transferred to the Philippines as General Manager in 1991. In 1995 he became Vice President and General Manager, Laundry & Cleaning Products-Asia, and re-located to Japan . A year later, McDonald became President-Japan Operations, and in 1999, President-Northeast Asia. Two years later McDonald became President-Global Fabric Care and later President-Global Fabric & Home Care. He was appointed to his current position in 2004.
McDonald serves on the Xerox and GS1 1 Boards of Directors. He is also a member of the Innovation & Technology Committee of P&G's Board of Directors, a mentor at West Point's annual National Conference on Ethics in America , and a member of Duke University 's Fuqua School of Business Board of Visitors. He previously served as the Governor of the Kansai region for the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan , moderator of the Council of Kobe ( Japan ) Union Church and Assistant Boy Scout Leader. Upon departure from Kobe , he was recognized by Hyogo Prefecture 's Governor Kaihara and appointed a Special Ambassador for Kobe by Mayor Sasayama for his community service, and given an award of appreciation by the Far East Council of the Boy Scouts. McDonald has also served as Chairman of the Soap & Detergent Association of the United States and was a member of the Board of Directors of P&G's joint venture with The Clorox Company.
Kook-Hyun Moon is president and chief executive officer of Yuhan-Kimberly, Limited, which is a joint venture company between Yuhan Corporation in Korea and Kimberly-Clark Corporation, USA .
Moon joined Yuhan-Kimberly in 1974. After serving various management roles, he was elected president and CEO in 1995. In 2003, he was also elected president of K-C North Asia. He also serves as chairman of Yuhan School Foundation.
Moon has been an environmental leader for 22 years. He initiated "Keep Korea Green" Movement, the first company-sponsored environmental campaign in Korea , which created numerous educational activities for students, newly-weds and opinion leaders. He also founded many non profit organizations including "Forest for Life", "Forest for School", "Forest for Peace", "Northeast Asian Forest Forum", and "Seoul Green Trust". His environmental efforts have been recognized by the United Nations Environmental Program with "Global 500 Roll of Honor" in 1997. He has been named "The Most Admired CEO in Korea " by many institutes and universities through 2000's.
In April 2005, he received the 'Gold Medal Order of Industrial Service Merit' by ROK Government in recognition of his reforestation and environmental efforts for the past two decades.
Raymond L. Ocampo Jr. is president and CEO of Samurai Surfer LLC, a private consulting and investment company, and a member of the boards of directors of PMI Group, Inc., Keynote Systems, Inc., Intraware, Inc., CytoGenix, Inc., and VitalStream Holdings, Inc. In 1996 Ocampo retired from Oracle Corporation as its Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary after serving as its chief counsel for more than ten years. Ocampo also serves as a member of the board of directors of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology, which he co-founded in 1997. He holds a J.D. degree from Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California and an A.B. degree in Political Science from UCLA.
James H. Quigley was named chief executive officer of Deloitte & Touche USA LLP in June 2003.
With over 30 years of experience, Quicgley has a distinguished track record of service to many of the Firm's leading clients in a range of industries. Jim was also National Industry Leader for the Firm's Manufacturing Practice.
In addition to his client service responsibilities, Quigley is a member of Deloitte's Executive Committee and the Boards of Directors of both Deloitte & Touche and its global parent, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. He has been chairman of the U.S. Firm's partner compensation and benefits committee and its mergers and acquisitions committee.
Quigley serves on the board of trustees of Central Park Conservancy, Catalyst, the Financial Accounting Foundation, The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, NYC2012 Olympic Committee, Lincoln Center Consolidated Corporate Fund, Partnership for New York City , and National Advisory Committee - Brigham Young University .
He has served on numerous committees of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, including the Environmental Issues Task Force, the Committee on Structure and Governance, the Future Issues Committee, and the Strategic Planning Committee.
He has chaired the audit committee and served as treasurer for the National Council for the Better Business Bureau in Washington , D.C. Quigley earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Utah State University and was awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Commercial Science from Bentley College in Waltham , Mass.
Keith Reinhard is chairman of DDB Worldwide. DDB ranks among the largest global advertising agency networks in the world with 206 offices in 96 countries. DDB was named the Most Awarded Agency network in the World for 2004 by the Gunn Report . At the International Advertising Festival in Cannes , DDB won 34 Lions and for the fourth consecutive year, DDB was also named Network Agency of the Year at the Clio Awards. In 2005, and for the second consecutive year, Adweek magazine named DDB Worldwide its Global Agency of the Year. In 2004, DDB Worldwide also was named the 2003 Global Agency Network of the Year by Advertising Age .
In 1986, Reinhard was one of the architects of the advertising industry's first and only three-way union, creating Omnicom, one of the world's largest advertising and marketing services holding companies. Advertising Age has referred to Reinhard as the advertising industry's "soft-spoken visionary" and in 1999 named him among the top 100 industry influentials in advertising history. The Wall Street Journal has included Reinhard in its "Creative Leaders Campaign."
He is currently a member of the board of visitors of John Hopkins Medicine as well as the boards of the Mayor's Fund to advance New York City, NYC2012 and is the past chairman of the American Association of Advertising Agencies and remains a member of its advisory council.
Thomas A. Stewart joined Harvard Business Review (HBR) as the editor in November, 2002. Prior to joining HBR, he was the editorial director of Business 2.0 and a member of the board of editors of FORTUNE . A pioneer in the field of intellectual capital, he is the author of "Intellectual Capital: The New Wealth of Organizations" and "The Wealth of Knowledge: Intellectual Capital and the Twenty-First Century Organization." He is a fellow of the World Economic Forum.
Stewart graduated summa cum laude from Harvard College with a B.A. in English literature and holds an honorary Doctor of Science degree from City University , London .
David C. Swanson joined R.H. Donnelley in 1985 as an Account Executive. During his 20 years with the company, he held increasingly senior management positions before becoming Chief Executive Officer in May of 2002 and then Chairman later that year.
Swanson's leadership transformed the 120-year-old company from a sales agent and pre-press services vendor for telephone companies to an owner-operated publisher of print and online yellow and white pages directories. This was accomplished through two strategic acquisitions - Sprint Publishing and Advertising in 2003 for $2.23 billion and SBC's Yellow Pages business in Illinois and Northwest Indiana in 2004 for $1.45 billion. Swanson also moved RHD's longstanding New York corporate headquarters to Cary , North Carolina , to give the company a new address to go with its new attitude.
During Swanson's tenure as Chairman and CEO, R.H. Donnelley has grown to become one of the largest Yellow Pages publishers in the U.S and a darling for its investors. In his first three years of leadership revenues increased from $75 million to over $1 billion; enterprise value went from approximately $900 million to over $5 billion; employee base has grown from 600 to 2,000; stock price appreciated 128% ($23.50 to $67 or over 25% compounded annually), significantly outperforming the S&P 500 and Russell 2000.
Swanson is also an influential leader of the Yellow Pages industry having served on the Board of Directors for the Yellow Pages Association (YPA) since December 2003.
Thomas (Tom) Wallace is the Director of U.S. Professional and Advocacy Relations; he began this role in January 2002 after 13 years with Eli Lilly and Company. His roles have included those in state government relations, new product planning, and sales. Prior to joining Lilly he worked for Robert D. Orr, Governor of Indiana, in the state's Washington , D.C. office, and was selected for the Governor's Fellowship program. He is a graduate of Butler University and holds a masters degree from Indiana University .
In his current role, Tom has been a leader in creating Lilly's U.S. Alliance Development Organization. This responsibility entails building external alliances with professional and consumer organizations, and includes support for education and awareness programs, issues related to access to treatment, legislation and regulation, and customer initiatives to improve patient care. He also participates on the National Health Council Membership Committee and is Vice-Chairman of the PhRMA Alliance Section.
Tom lives in the Washington , D.C. area and also values the friendships and family he has in his former homes of Indiana and Texas . He and his wife Lynn have two sons and are active in school and sports activities.
Judy Woodruff, an award-winning journalist with CNN since 1993, anchors Inside Politics weekdays, and covers major news events for CNN, including the war in Iraq , the September 11 terrorist attacks, and special political coverage.
Prior to CNN, Woodruff worked at PBS for 10 years. She was chief Washington correspondent for The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour, and she also anchored the documentary series Frontline with Judy Woodruff. Previously, Woodruff worked for NBC News, as chief Washington , D.C. , correspondent for Today, and as White House correspondent from 1977 to 1982. Woodruff began her career in Atlanta , working for NBC News and a CBS affiliate, from 1970-1976.
Woodruff is a founding co-chair of the International Women's Media Foundation, an organization dedicated to promoting and encouraging women in communication industries worldwide. She and her husband, Al Hunt, were named "Washingtonians of the Year" by Washingtonian magazine for their fundraising work to fight spina bifida.
Mike S. Zafirovski was the president and chief operating officer of Motorola, Inc. from July, 2002 to February 2005 where he was a key player leading the company's re-emergence in innovation, market share gains and profitability. Zafirovski joined Motorola in June 2000 to lead the company's mobile devices business, which including cellular phones, related software and consumer two way radios. During Mike's tenure, the business increased market share, returned to profitability and introduced exciting new products and the Moto marketing campaign.
Prior to joining Motorola, Zafirovski spent 2 5 years at General Electric (GE), including 13 years as president and CEO of five businesses in the industrial ( GE Lighting) and GE Capital financial and insurance businesses. He joi ned GE in its financial leadership program in 1975. In 1978, he was promoted to the GE corporate audit staff, a key training assignment for leadership talent in the company. For the next three-and-a-half years, he conducted financial and operational reviews at nine of the company businesses on five continents. Before assuming his general manager posts , he held a series of increasingly senior positions in finance, marketing, and strategy/ business development at several GE Capital businesses.
Zafirovski holds a B.S. in mathematics from Edinboro University in Pennsylvania where he also captained the intercollegiate soccer and swimming teams. In 2002, Edinboro University conferred on Zafirovski an honorary doctorate degree . A native of Macedonia , he received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor in 2004.
Zafirovski serves on the board of directors of Boeing, The Economic Club of Chicago, United Way of Chicago , Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago , the Museum of Science and Industry of Chicago and the Macedonian Arts Council. He and his wife Robin co-chair the Duke University Parents (Class of 2008) Board.