董事会成员

融合了数十年的全球领导力经验,罗盛咨询的董事会提供专业的指导及洞见,使公司在高管寻聘和领导力咨询领域保持领先。

 

了解每一位董事会成员、他们的行业专长以及丰富的知识储备。

 


 

Gaurdie-Banister
   

Gaurdie E. Banister Jr.

董事会主席,独立董事

Gaurdie E Banister Jr. 是 Different Points of View公司的创始人兼CEO,该公司是一家在领导力和安全领域提供咨询服务的民营公司。他曾供职于加利福尼亚最大的石油和天然气公司之一的Aera能源公司,担任总裁兼CEO。

Today, Mr. Banister serves on the board of Dow, Inc, Enbridge and Tyson Foods where he served a 5 year term as Lead Director. He also serves as Lead Director of Russell Reynolds Associates. He has served on the boards of Marathon Oil and the Bristow Group. Banister has experience as Chair of both Compensation and Governance Committees and has served as an Audit Committee member.

Banister先生目前是陶氏化学、恩桥和泰森食品公司的首席董事,任期五年。他还担任罗盛咨询的首席董事。他曾在马拉松石油公司和布里斯托集团的董事会任职。Banister曾担任薪酬和治理委员会主席,并曾担任审计委员会成员。

在加入Aera能源公司之前,高尔迪曾在壳牌石油公司担任过行政职务。他的职业生涯从设施工程师开始,在任期结束时担任亚太地区和美洲的上游技术副总裁,负责监督钻探和开发。

高尔迪目前是泰森食品公司的首席董事,也是马拉松石油公司和布里斯托集团的董事会成员。他是南达科他州矿业和技术学校基金会的理事,也是位于马里兰州贝塞斯达的哈伍德公共创新研究所的董事会成员。同时他也是华盛顿美国大学和大休斯顿的The First Tee的董事会成员。

高尔迪拥有冶金工程学士学位以及南达科他州矿业和技术学院的荣誉博士学位。他还获得了佐治亚州福特谷州立大学的荣誉博士学位。

Mr. Banister serves on the board of trustees of American University in Washington, DC, the foundation board of South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and on the board of the Harwood Institute for Public Innovation based in Bethesda, Md.

Mr. Banister holds a bachelor’s degree in metallurgical engineering from South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and in 2007 was presented an honorary doctorate degree. Banister also received an honorary doctorate degree in 2002 from Fort Valley State University in Georgia.

Interview with Gaurdie Banister

 


 

Constantine Alexandrakis

Constantine Alexandrakis是罗盛咨询首席执行官,亦是公司董事会成员。他常驻芝加哥,在公司担任过多个管理职务,曾任罗盛咨询美洲区负责人。

Constantine为众多行业的上市公司和民营公司的董事会和CEO提供咨询。他在罗盛咨询工作的近20年时间里,先后协助领先的上市公司、私募资本被投企业规划和部署董事会成员、CEO及高管团队的继任和寻聘工作。在公司治理、董事会有效性、继任计划方面,他颇具经验积累。

Constantine于2004年加入罗盛咨询,此前曾担任美国云服务提供商Hostway 公司的运营副总裁,还曾是韬睿咨询公司的战略顾问。在他职业生涯早期,曾在美国联合航空担任财务分析师。

Constantine以优异的成绩从美国普林斯顿大学毕业,获得经济学学士学位。从美国芝加哥大学布斯商学院获得工商管理硕士学位。他还持有美国迈阿密大学法律系的法学博士学位。

 


 

Elizabeth Beshel Robinson

Liz Beshel Robinson has a long history of high-level business and finance expertise and was Goldman Sachs’ youngest Global Treasurer, a position she held from 2005 to 2015.

Liz spent 26 years with Goldman Sachs. She joined the Financial Institutions Group in the Investment Banking Division in 1990 and transferred to the Corporate Treasury Department in 1993. She became Global Treasurer in 2005 and was named partner in 2006. While at Goldman, she was co-chair of both the Finance Committee and the firm-wide Capital Committee and was a member of the Partnership Committee, the firm-wide Risk Committee, the Principal Investments Committee, and served on the Board of Directors of Goldman Sachs Bank USA. She retired from the bank in 2016 to dedicate herself to board work. 

Liz is a member of the Board of Directors of the Bank of New York Mellon and a member of the Board of Advisors of Doctors Without Borders. She is also a trustee of Williams College and the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. 

Liz graduated from Williams College in 1990 and earned an MBA from Columbia University’s Executive MBA Program in 1998.

 


 

Kevin K. Carton

Kevin Carton is a retired senior practice partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (New York). His most recent leadership responsibility was to run the firm’s Global Entertainment & Media practice where he chaired its business development and thought leadership worldwide. 

Kevin spent 38 years with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, 27 years as a partner, and retired in 2004. In addition to serving as lead engagement partner on the audits of many of the world’s largest companies, he has done large, varied mergers and acquisitions (up to $30 billion), post-merger integrations, formation of corporate governance, and risk management policies and systems.

Since retirement from PwC, he has served on the Boards of several companies – public and private – both in the UK and the US. He has chaired the Audit Committees for three companies (EMI Group in London, Russell Reynolds Associates in New York, and Unio Holdings in New York), and is the Lead Director of Unio Holdings. He has had key roles in matters such as CEO succession, Board composition and transformation, strategy formulation, and enterprise-wide risk management. His non-profit work has included being on the Board of Good Shepard Services in New York and The National Leadership Roundtable on Church Management in Washington, D.C.

Kevin received his B.S. and M.B.A. from Rutgers University.

 


 

Eric Daniels

Eric Daniels retired as Group Chief Executive of Lloyds Banking Group in 2011.

Before joining Lloyds in 2001, Eric spent 25 years with Citigroup, first in corporate banking in Panama City and then in a range of management positions in Argentina, Chile, the United Kingdom, Europe, and the United States.

Eric now holds a number of other positions, including serving as a Senior Advisor to CVC Capital Partners, a non-executive director of Funding Circle, a member of the EMEA Advisory Committee of Workday a Board Member of the Smithsonian UK Charitable Trust. He is also an advisor or board member for several innovative technology companies.

Eric received an MS in Management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1975 and also holds a B.A. in History from Cornell University, which he gained in 1973.

 


 

Nancy McKinstry

Nancy is the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Executive Board for Wolters Kluwer. 

Before assuming her present position in 2003, Nancy gained more than a decade of experience at Wolters Kluwer and its operating companies in North America. Most recently, she was an Executive Board member of the company and previously served as CEO of Wolters Kluwer’s operations in North America.  She was also President and CEO of CCH Legal Information Services, now a part of the Wolters Kluwer’s Legal & Regulatory division. Earlier, Nancy held product management positions with CCH INCORPORATED, now part of Wolters Kluwer’s Tax & Accounting division.

Early in her career, she was CEO of SCP Communications and held management positions with Booz & Company (formerly, Booz Allen Hamilton), where she focused on assignments in the media and technology industries. 

Nancy is a member of the Board of Directors of Abbot, the Board of Directors of Accenture plc, and the Board of Overseers of Columbia Business School. In August 2011, she was appointed by the Chinese State Council Information Office as a member of the Foreign Consultant Committee. 

Nancy earned her M.B.A. in Finance and Marketing from Columbia University, New York, where she graduated Beta Gamma Sigma and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of Rhode Island, Kingston, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa. In May 2005, she was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws by the University of Rhode Island in recognition of her contributions to business.

 


 

Simone Menne

Simone Menne was most recently the CFO of Boehringer Ingelheim and is currently a highly recognized corporate leader and board member for a number of globally-recognized corporations. Her industrial and healthcare career has spanned general management, operations, finance, and human resources globally.

Prior to serving as CFO for Boehringer Ingelheim, one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, Simone was with Lufthansa for 27 years. As the aviation giant’s CFO, she was the first woman to serve on their Executive Board. Throughout her tenure at Lufthansa, Simone held progressively senior roles within auditing, data processing, and user services, restructuring, commercial management, human resources, and finance. This included roles in Nigeria, France, Germany, and the UK, and serving as CFO of British Midland.

Simone currently serves on the Supervisory Boards of BMW and Deutsche Post, and the Board of Directors of Johnson Controls. She is also a gallerist in her home city of Kiel, Germany.

Simone earned an MS in business administration from the University of Kiel in Germany.

 


 

Jacky Wright

Jacky Wright is the Chief Digital Officer and Corporate Vice President, Microsoft US, where she inspires and leads teams to help businesses leverage technology to drive innovation, adopt sustainable and accessible business models, and digitally transform.

Wright is widely recognized as a transformational global leader, innovative technologist, and recognized STEM advocate. She uses her broad platform to drive thought leadership not just for the positive impact of digital transformation for business, but also for social, economic, and environmental change.

As a woman of color, her passion, advocacy, and influence to create a truly inclusive world are demonstrated in the various forums where she regularly speaks on diversity, digital inclusion, and the power of inclusive leadership.

 


 

David Rowland

David Rowland is the retired executive chairman of Accenture and was one of the company's longest-tenured senior executives.

David held numerous leadership roles during his tenure at Accenture. Before becoming executive chairman in 2019, David was Accenture's interim CEO and, before that, he served as CFO. From 2012 to 2019, he worked alongside former Chairman & CEO Pierre Nanterme, playing an important role in positioning Accenture as the market leader in new, high-growth areas of digital, cloud, and security-related services. His leadership was integral to driving record levels of top-line growth and shareholder value during that period, as well as the execution of Accenture's bold strategy of acquiring more than 100 companies to bolster capability and scale for strategic growth.

David was a member of Accenture's Global Management Committee for nearly 20 years and was closely involved in evolving Accenture from a partnership to a public company and leading global professional services organization.

In addition to Russell Reynolds Associates, David currently serves on the board of the tech company, Tanium. Previously, he served on the board of Avanade, a joint venture of Accenture and Microsoft.

David has served on several civic and charitable boards throughout his career, including the Scheller College of Business at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is also a member of the Board of Trustees for the Georgia Tech Foundation and the Board of Directors for Covenant House Georgia.

David holds a B.S. in management from the Georgia Institute of Technology.