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Mark F. Furlong
Committee Name
Audit and Finance Committee
Wealth Management/Trust and Investment Committee
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Mr. Furlong was elected to the Board in September 2016. Mr. Furlong retired as President and Chief Executive Officer of BMO Harris Bank, N.A. in 2015, a role he assumed upon the close of the acquisition of Marshall & Ilsley Corporation by BMO Financial Group in 2011. He joined Marshall & Ilsley Corporation in 2001 as Chief Financial Officer, was elected President in 2004, Chief Executive Officer in 2007, and Chairman in 2010. Prior to joining Marshall & Ilsley, he was Chief Financial Officer of Old Kent Financial Corp.; First Vice President, Corporate Development for H. F. Ahmanson & Company; a partner for Deloitte; and a manager for KPMG LLP. Mr. Furlong also is a member of the boards of directors of Kforce Inc. and Antares Capital. Mr. Furlong is the immediate past-Chair of Chicago United, the largest Chicago-based organization focused solely on businesses, addressing diversity in boards of directors, management, and supplier relationships. He is a board member of One Hope United, a social services organization focused on families; Chicago Board of Education; Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund; Northwestern Memorial Hospital Finance Committee; the Northwestern Memorial Foundation; and World Business Chicago. He is the founding and immediate past-Chair of LEAP Innovations. During his tenure in Milwaukee he was involved in numerous civic activities, including the roles of Chair of both Junior Achievement of Wisconsin and Schools That Can Milwaukee, and a member of the boards of directors of United Way of Greater Milwaukee, Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce, Froedtert Health, and the United Performing Arts Fund. Mr. Furlong brings unique insight to the Board concerning capital allocation strategies and banking issues, in addition to his overall management, auditing and financial expertise.
Joseph C. Guyaux
Committee Name
Compensation, Governance and Executive Committee
Risk Management Committee
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Mr. Guyaux was elected to the Board in September 2016. He retired in 2016 from PNC Financial Services Group, Inc., where he worked for 44 years and served as President from 2002 to 2012. In this role, Mr. Guyaux was head of Retail Banking, responsible for leading all of PNC Bank’s (a subsidiary of PNC Financial Services Group) consumer businesses, including consumer and business banking, wealth management and brokerage. Mr. Guyaux held several other senior leadership positions at PNC Financial Services Group, including Chief Risk Officer from 2012 to 2015. Most recently, Mr. Guyaux served as President and CEO of PNC Mortgage, a division of PNC Bank, from 2015 to 2016. Mr. Guyaux is Chairman of the Boards of DQE Holdings, LLC, Duquesne Light Company and Highmark Health, Inc. He also is a lead director of Highmark Inc. He serves as a Life Trustee for Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh and as an Emeritus director for the Civic Light Opera and Duquesne University.
Deborah F. Kuenstner
Committee Name
Audit and Finance Committee
Compensation, Governance and Executive Committee  CC
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Ms. Kuenstner is the Chief Investment Officer of Wellesley College. Before joining Wellesley College in February of 2009, Ms. Kuenstner was Chief Investment Officer and Vice President of Investment Management at Brandeis University from 2007 to January 2009. Prior to working at Brandeis, Ms. Kuenstner was Managing Director of Research for Fidelity Management & Research Company, the investment management organization of Fidelity Investments. Ms. Kuenstner was the Chief Investment Officer, Global Value, at Putnam Investments from 2000 to 2004. Her other roles at Putnam included Chief Investment Officer, International Value, and Senior Portfolio Manager, International Equities. Prior to that, she worked at DuPont Pension Fund Investment in Wilmington, Delaware as a Senior Portfolio Manager, International Equities. Ms. Kuenstner has also been a Vice President, International Investment Strategist, at Merrill Lynch, in addition to an Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Ms. Kuenstner was actively involved in the Board of Pensions of the Presbyterian Church USA from 1996-2004 as Investment Committee Chair, director, and most recently, co-opted director. Ms. Kuenstner brings to the Board valuable experience and knowledge about the financial services industry generally and, in particular, the investment management arena, along with economic and risk management expertise.
Gloria C. Larson
Committee Name
Compensation, Governance and Executive Committee
Risk Management Committee
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Ms. Larson has served as the President of Bentley University since July 2007 and is the first woman to hold this position. Ms. Larson formerly served as the Co-Chair of the Government Strategies Group at the law firm of Foley Hoag LLP, and from 1996 until 2007 managed a practice that covered a broad array of federal, state and local regulatory and business development issues. Widely influential in economic policy, Ms. Larson was Secretary of Economic Affairs for The Commonwealth of Massachusetts from 1993 to 1996 and was responsible for developing and promoting economic growth policies and fostering employment opportunities. She served as The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Secretary of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation from 1991 to 1993, where she was responsible for regulatory oversight of banking, insurance and energy, as well as consumer protection. Prior to her state service, she oversaw business and regulatory issues at the federal level as a senior official with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), where she served as Deputy Director of Consumer Protection from 1990 to 1991 and as Attorney Advisor to Commissioner Patricia P. Bailey from 1981 to 1988. Ms. Larson has been honored and recognized by many groups for her contributions to state economic development policy and her commitment to civic engagement. Ms. Larson previously served as a member of the Council of Economic Advisors, as well as the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and the Commonwealth’s Successful Women, Successful Families Task Force. Ms. Larson has served as a member of the Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP) Presidents’ Trust and is a former member of the Executive Committee of the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment. She served for more than a decade as Chairman of the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority (MCCA), and was the first woman to serve as Chairman of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, where she continues to serve on the Chamber’s Executive Committee. Ms. Larson presently holds the post of President of the Massachusetts Conference for Women. In addition, she is a board or advisory council member of several prominent professional, charitable and civic organizations. Ms. Larson currently serves as a director of Unum Group, chairing Unum’s Regulatory Compliance Committee. She previously served as a director on the boards of KeySpan Energy and RSA Security, as well as a member of the board of Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA. Ms. Larson’s deep ties in the Massachusetts community, as well as her expertise in public company matters, and in the regulatory oversight of banking and the financial services industry bring great value to the Board of Director’s oversight and guidance of the Company as it continues to focus on its strategic goal of becoming a premier private banking and wealth management company.
John Morton III
Committee Name
Audit and Finance Committee  CC
Risk Management Committee
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Mr. Morton is a seasoned bank executive with over 35 years of banking and financial services experience. He has extensive experience leading organizational turnarounds, acquisition integrations, business growth and corporate governance activities. Mr. Morton was a director of Fortress International Group, Inc. from January 2007, and served as Chairman from December 2008 to January 2012, when he resigned from the board. Mr. Morton served as an advisor to Fortress International Group, Inc.’s board through the first quarter of 2012. He has been a director of Barry-Wehmiller Companies, Inc. since July 2007, and Dynamac International Inc., from the late 1980s until it was sold in early 2010. Mr. Morton served as a director of Broadwing Corporation from April 2006 to January 2007. He served as President of Premier Banking for Bank of America Corp. from August 2004 to September 2005. From 1997 to 2001, Mr. Morton served as President of the Mid-Atlantic Region, Bank of America. He was President of the Private Client Group of NationsBank from 1996 to 1997. From 1994 to 1996, he served as Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of The Boatmen’s National Bank of St. Louis, and as Chief Executive Officer of Farm and Home Financial Corporation from 1992 to 1993. In 1990 and 1991, Mr. Morton served as Perpetual Financial Corporation’s Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President. He served in the U.S. Navy as a lieutenant aboard the nuclear submarine U.S.S. George Washington Carver. He serves as Commissioner of the Maryland State Lottery and Gaming Control Commission, Director, U.S. Naval Institute, and director of the U.S. Naval Academy Foundation Athletic and Scholarship Programs. We believe Mr. Morton is a valuable nominee for the Board in light of his experience as the chairman, chief executive officer and president of several banking institutions, coupled with his service on a number of public company boards. He brings to the Board operational expertise, a deep background in the financial services industry, and a comprehensive understanding of the Company’s business.
Daniel P. Nolan
Committee Name
Audit and Finance Committee
Wealth Management/Trust and Investment Committee  CC
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Mr. Nolan has served as President and CEO of Hugh Johnson Advisors, LLC, a registered investment advisor located in Albany, New York, since October 2008. Mr. Nolan is also a principal in NPV Capital LLC, a private equity and real estate investment firm that he formed in July 2007. Prior to holding these positions, he was a partner in Ayco Company, L.P., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Goldman Sachs. During his 28-year career at Ayco, from August 1978 through April 2007, Mr. Nolan provided tax, investment and financial planning advice to Ayco’s highest net worth clients. He served as a Regional Vice President of two of Ayco’s regional offices and held a variety of management positions, serving on both the Senior Management Committee and the Strategic Planning Committee. Mr. Nolan founded and led the firm’s Special Investment Group, creating venture capital, private equity and hedge fund opportunities for the firm’s clients. In July 2003, Ayco was sold to The Goldman Sachs Group and Mr. Nolan led the effort to integrate Ayco into Goldman’s Private Wealth Management practice. He previously served on the board of Capital Bank & Trust, a community bank headquartered in Albany, New York. Mr. Nolan has been a trustee of Albany Law School since May 2011 and a trustee of The College of St. Rose since May 1989. Mr. Nolan has been a member of the board of directors of Combate Americas, LLC since January 2017, a member of the board of directors of NSC de Puerto Rico, Inc. since June 1998, a member of the Center for Disability Services Endowment since May 2013, and a member of the College Affairs Committee of the Albany Medical Center board of directors since August 2012. Mr. Nolan’s proven business acumen, as demonstrated by his success in founding and leading several companies, is a valuable resource as the Company continues to build on its current strategy. He has significant leadership, operational and investment management and financial expertise. Further, Mr. Nolan offers the Board a unique and valuable perspective into a number of important areas, including strategic planning and wealth management.
Kimberly S. Stevenson
Committee Name
Risk Management Committee  CC
Wealth Management/Trust and Investment Committee
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Ms. Stevenson is an independent director and joined the Company’s Board of Directors in 2015. She is SVP and General Manager of Data Center Infrastructure at Lenovo. Prior to Lenovo, Ms. Stevenson was chief operating officer for Intel’s Client and Internet of Things Businesses and Systems Architecture (CISA) Group In this role, Ms. Stevenson was responsible for CISA’s operational excellence, strategic planning process and related cross-company coordination. She also served on Intel’s management committee. Prior to the COO role, Ms. Stevenson served as Intel’s Chief Information Officer (CIO) from 2012 until August 2016. Previously, Ms. Stevenson held the position of Vice President and General Manager of Intel’s Global IT Operations and Services. Prior to joining Intel, Ms. Stevenson spent seven years at the former HP Enterprise Services, now DXC Technology, holding a variety of positions including vice president of its Worldwide Communications, Media and Entertainment (CM&E) Industry Practice, as well as the vice president of Enterprise Service Management, where she oversaw the global development and delivery of enterprise services. Before joining EDS, Ms. Stevenson spent 18 years at IBM, from February 1983 to September 2002, in several executive positions, including vice president of Marketing and Operations of the eServer iSeries division. She previously served on the board of directors of Cloudera until 2017 and served as a director on the board of Riverbed Technology until 2015. With the financial services industry increasingly reliant on technology, Ms. Stevenson’s deep operational and technology experience serve to enhance the Board’s overall makeup.
Stephen M. Waters
Committee Name
Compensation, Governance and Executive Committee
Wealth Management/Trust and Investment Committee
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Mr. Waters is Chairman of the Boards of the Company and the Bank, and is Managing Partner of Compass Partners Advisors LLP and its advisory and investment subsidiaries. He founded Compass Partners in 1996. Previously, Mr. Waters spent over 20 years advising corporate and financial entities both in the U.S. and internationally. Mr. Waters served from 1992 to 1996 as Co-Chief Executive Officer of Morgan Stanley, Europe, and was a member of Morgan Stanley’s worldwide 12-person Operating Committee. Mr. Waters joined Morgan Stanley as a Managing Director in the Mergers and Acquisitions Department in June 1988 and was Co-Director of that department from January 1990 to early 1992. Mr. Waters was Co-Director of the Mergers and Acquisition Department at Shearson Lehman Brothers from 1985 to 1988. He serves on the board of directors of Valero Energy Corporation where he sits on the audit committee. Mr. Waters brings over 40 years of specific and relevant financial services experience to the Board, along with a deep understanding and practical knowledge of the investment management business.
Donna C. Wells
Committee Name
Risk Management Committee
Wealth Management/Trust and Investment Committee
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Ms. Wells joined the Board in 2014. Until her retirement in June 2017, Ms. Wells was President and CEO of Mindflash Technologies, Inc., a private, Palo Alto, California company providing a market-leading cloud-based platform for employee and customer training. Prior to joining Mindflash in 2010, Ms. Wells had a nearly 20-year career in the financial services industry, including experience leading transitions from offline to online business models within Fortune 1000 companies and successfully disrupting established players with small, start-up teams as a serial entrepreneur. Ms. Wells began her career at American Express in 1989 as a member of the Corporate Strategic Planning group and later held positions of increasing responsibility in that company’s Consumer and Corporate Card businesses. From 1997 to 2000, she helped establish a new, strategic product development function for Charles Schwab’s retail business and ultimately held responsibility for product development and marketing to customer segments representing 70% of all Schwab client households. This early experience with the power and scale afforded by online financial service delivery drove Ms. Wells to leadership roles with three of the most innovative companies in this space from 2000 through 2009: MyCFO Wealth Management (sold to Harris Bank), Intuit and Mint.com (sold to Intuit). Ms. Wells’ teams’ work has won multiple Webbys (the “Oscars of the Internet”) and recognition as a Tech Pioneer by the World Economic Forum in Davos. She has been named a Top 25 Women in Tech to Watch by Accenture and a Marketing Executive of the Year Finalist by the Wall Street Journal. Her company, Mindflash, was named a Top 50 Small Workplace in the US by Fortune magazine in 2016. Ms. Wells brings to the Board extensive experience in the financial services industry and expertise in online marketing and business models delivery.
Lizabeth H. Zlatkus
Committee Name
Audit and Finance Committee
Compensation, Governance and Executive Committee
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Ms. Zlatkus serves as a director on the board of Indivior PLC, which she joined in September 2016. She has also served on the Pennsylvania State University Business School Board since September 2003 and the Connecticut Science Center Trustee Board since December 2010. Ms. Zlatkus held many senior leadership positions during her tenure at The Hartford Financial Services Group from 1983 to 2011. These included her role as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Risk Officer of the company, as well as Co-President of Hartford Life Insurance Companies. Ms. Zlatkus has been recognized for her professional achievements and contributions to the community. Hillary Clinton recognized her work supporting the disability community in 1999, and she has participated as a member of The President’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities. Ms. Zlatkus was named one of the top 100 women executives by Business Insurance magazine, named to the Women Worth Watching List by the Profiles in Diversity Journal, and was named as the Community Leader of the Year by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Connecticut Chapter. Ms. Zlatkus served as Regulatory Chair for the North American Chief Risk Officers Council. She was a member on the Hewlett Packard Financial Services Board of Advisors, the LOMA board of directors, and a Trustee of the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame. Ms. Zlatkus was selected as an Alumni Fellow of The Pennsylvania State University in 2003 and served as the commencement speaker for the business school in 2013. Ms. Zlatkus’s extensive experience in the financial services arena, where she has deep expertise in risk and finance, regulation, governance, and operations, brings unique insight to the Board.

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