People: Crown Castle International Corp (CCI)

CCI on New York Consolidated

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17 Apr 2014
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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

J. Landis Martin

68 2002 Independent Chairman of the Board

W. Benjamin Moreland

49 2008 President, Chief Executive Officer, Director

Jay Brown

40 2008 Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President, Treasurer

James Young

51 2009 Chief Operating Officer, Senior Vice President

E. Blake Hawk

63 1999 Executive Vice President, General Counsel

Philip Kelley

39 2008 Senior Vice President - Corporate Development and Strategy

Patrick Slowey

56 2012 Senior Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer

John Kelly

59 2009 Director

P. Robert Bartolo

2014 Independent Director

Cindy Christy

47 2007 Independent Director

Ari Fitzgerald

50 2002 Independent Director

Robert Garrison

71 2005 Independent Director

Dale Hatfield

75 2001 Independent Director

Lee Hogan

68 2001 Independent Director

Edward Hutcheson

60 1999 Independent Director

Robert McKenzie

69 1995 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

J. Landis Martin

Mr. J. Landis Martin is an Independent Chairman of the Board of Crown Castle International Corp. Mr. Martin has been a director on Board from 1995 through November 1998 and from November 1999 to the present. Mr. Martin has served as Chairman of the Board since May 2002. Mr. Martin is the founder of the private equity firm Platte River Ventures, LLC and has been a Managing Director since November 2005. Mr. Martin retired as Chairman and CEO of Titanium Metals Corporation, a publicly held integrated producer of titanium metals, where he served from January 1994 until November 2005. Mr. Martin served as President and CEO of NL Industries, Inc., a publicly held manufacturer of titanium dioxide chemicals, from 1987 to 2003 and as a director from 1986 to 2003. Mr. Martin is also a director of Halliburton Company, Apartment Investment Management Company and Intrepid Potash, Inc., each a publicly held company.

W. Benjamin Moreland

Mr. W. Benjamin Moreland is President, Chief Executive Officer, Director of Crown Castle International Corp. Mr. Moreland was appointed to the Board as a director in August 2006. Mr. Moreland was appointed President and CEO effective July 2008. Prior to his appointment as President and CEO, Mr. Moreland served as Executive Vice President (“EVP”) and Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”) from February 2004 to June 2008 and was appointed CFO and Treasurer in April 2000. Prior to being appointed CFO, he had served as Senior Vice President (“SVP”) and Treasurer, including with respect to domestic subsidiaries, since October 1999. Mr. Moreland serves on the board of directors of Calpine Corp., a publicly held independent power producer, and PCIA—the Wireless Infrastructure Association.

Jay Brown

Mr. Jay A. Brown is Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President, Treasurer of Crown Castle International Corp., since July 2008. Mr. Brown was appointed Treasurer in May 2004 and served as Vice President of Finance from August 2001 until his appointment as CFO. Prior to that time and since joining the company in August of 1999, Mr. Brown served in a number of positions in corporate development and corporate finance. Mr. Brown is a certified public accountant.

James Young

Mr. James D. Young is Chief Operating Officer, Senior Vice President of Crown Castle International Corp. Mr. Young served as President—Tower Operations from October 2005 until February 2009. Prior to joining the company and since 2000, Mr. Young was Region Vice President—Engineering & Operations at Nextel Communications where he oversaw site development, radio frequency engineering and fixed network elements for Nextel’s network in the northeastern United States. From 1997 to 2000, Mr. Young was Vice President, Network/Operations—Florida with Nextel Communications, during which time he oversaw site development, radio frequency and network support for Nextel’s network in Florida.

E. Blake Hawk

Mr. E. Blake Hawk is an Executive Vice President, General Counsel of Crown Castle International Corp., since February 1999. Mr. Hawk was an attorney with Brown, Parker & Leahy, LLP (merged into Thompson & Knight LLP) in Houston, Texas from 1980 to 1999 and became a partner with the firm in 1986. In 1976, Mr. Hawk became licensed in Texas as an attorney and a certified public accountant.

Philip Kelley

Mr. Philip M. Kelley is Senior Vice President - Corporate Development and Strategy of Crown Castle International Corp., since September 2008. Prior to that time and since April 2004, Mr. Kelley served as Managing Director of Crown Castle Australia Pty Ltd (“CCAL”), 77.6% owned subsidiary that operates Australia tower portfolio. Prior to that time and since joining the company in April 1997, Mr. Kelley served in a number of positions in corporate development and corporate finance, including Vice President—International from 2001 until his appointment as Managing Director of CCAL.

Patrick Slowey

Mr. Patrick Slowey is Senior Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer of Crown Castle International Corp. since February 2012. Prior to 2005, Mr. Slowey served as Vice President—National Sales. Mr. Slowey joined the company in 2000 as Vice President—Business Development. Prior to joining the company, Mr. Slowey served in positions in sales and operations at Nextel Communications (now part of Sprint Nextel Corporation) and AT&T Wireless.

John Kelly

Mr. John P. Kelly is Director of Crown Castle International Corp. Mr. Kelly began serving Berkshire Partners LLC as an Advisory Director in January 2010. Previously, he served as Executive Vice Chairman (“EVC”) from July 2008 until December 31, 2009. Prior to his appointment as EVC, he served as President and CEO from August 2001 and as President and COO prior to that time. Mr. Kelly originally joined the company as an officer in July 1998 and was named President and COO of Crown Communication, Inc. in December of that year. From January 1990 to July 1998, Mr. Kelly was the President and COO of Atlantic Cellular Company L.P. From December 1995 to July 1998, Mr. Kelly was President and COO of Hawaiian Wireless, Inc., an affiliate of Atlantic Cellular. In addition, Mr. Kelly serves as a director of privately-held NEW/Asurion Corporation and Telx Holdings, Inc. and as a manager on the board of managers of privately-held Engineering Solutions & Products, Inc. and its parent entities.

P. Robert Bartolo

Mr. P. Robert Bartolo has been appointed as Independent Director of Crown Castle International Corp., effective February 20, 2014.Mr. Bartolo served as a portfolio manager in the U.S. Equity Division of T. Rowe Price from March 2005 to January 2014. During such time, Mr. Bartolo also served as an executive vice president of the U.S. Growth Stock Fund (and chairman of the fund’s Investment Advisory Committee) and also served as a vice president of T. Rowe Price Group, Inc. Mr. Bartolo has earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.

Cindy Christy

Ms. Cindy Christy is an Independent Director of Crown Castle International Corp., since August 2007. Ms. Christy joined Asurion in January 2009 as President—Americas. Ms. Christy served as President, Americas Region for Alcatel-Lucent from January 2008 to September 2008. She also served as President of the North America Region of Alcatel-Lucent from December 2006 to December 2007. Prior to that time and since August 1988, Ms. Christy served in various positions with Lucent Technologies Inc., including President of the Network Solutions Group, President of the Mobility Solutions Group and Chief Operating Officer (“COO”) of the Mobility Solutions Group.

Ari Fitzgerald

Mr. Ari Q. Fitzgerald is an Independent Director of Crown Castle International Corp., since August 2002. Mr. Fitzgerald is currently a partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Hogan Lovells US LLP (“Hogan Lovells”), and is a member of that firm’s Communications Group where he concentrates on wireless, international and Internet-related issues. Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Mr. Fitzgerald was an attorney with the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) from 1997 to 2001. While at the FCC he served for nearly three years as legal advisor to FCC Chairman William Kennard and later as Deputy Chief of the FCC’s International Bureau. Prior to joining the FCC, Mr. Fitzgerald was an attorney in the Office of Legal Counsel of the U.S. Department of Justice. He also served as legal counsel to former U.S. Senator Bill Bradley. Prior to working for the U.S. Department of Justice, Mr. Fitzgerald worked as an attorney for the law firm of Sullivan & Cromwell LLP. Mr. Fitzgerald also worked as a financial analyst for the investment bank First Boston before entering law school.

Robert Garrison

Mr. Robert E. Garrison is an Independent Director of Crown Castle International Corp., since 2005. Mr. Garrison served as Chairman of the Executive Committee of Sanders Morris Harris Group (“SMHG”), a publicly owned financial services company, from May 2009 until February 2012. Mr. Garrison served as President and Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”) of SMHG from January 1999 until May 2002 and as President until May 2009. Mr. Garrison is a director of FirstCity Financial Corporation, a public financial services company; Prosperity Bank; Somerset House Publishing; Gulf & Western Company, Inc.; and NuPhysicia LLC. He serves on the board of directors of the Memorial Hermann Hospital Systems and the general partner of the Proton Therapy Center at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. Mr. Garrison has had prior service as a director of Terraforce Technology Corp. and SMHG, each a publicly traded company. Mr. Garrison has 40 years experience in the securities industry and is a Chartered Financial Analyst.

Dale Hatfield

Mr. Dale N. Hatfield is an Independent Director of Crown Castle International Corp., since July 2001. Mr. Hatfield was appointed as the Executive Director of the Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group in late 2010. Mr. Hatfield is a Senior Fellow of the Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology and Entrepreneurship and Adjunct Professor in the Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program, both at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Prior to joining the University of Colorado in early 2001, Mr. Hatfield was the Chief of the Office of Engineering and Technology at the FCC, and, immediately before that, he was the FCC’s Chief Technologist. He retired from the FCC and government service in December 2000. Following his retirement and while employed on a part-time basis at the University of Colorado, Mr. Hatfield engaged in independent consulting activities for a range of companies in the telecommunications field. Before joining the FCC in December 1997, he was CEO of Hatfield Associates, Inc., a Boulder, Colorado based multidisciplinary telecommunications consulting firm. Prior to founding Hatfield Associates in 1982, Mr. Hatfield was Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information and Deputy Administrator of the NTIA. Before moving to NTIA, Mr. Hatfield was Chief of the Office of Plans and Policy at the FCC.

Lee Hogan

Mr. Lee W. Hogan is an Independent Director of Crown Castle International Corp., since March 2001. Mr. Hogan served as President and CEO of SFM Limited from March 2001 to December 2001. Mr. Hogan served as an officer and director of Reliant Energy Inc. (“Reliant”), a public diversified international energy services and energy delivery company, from 1990 to 2000. During his tenure at Reliant, Mr. Hogan served as Vice Chairman and as one of four members of The Office of the CEO, the principal management policy instrument of Reliant. In addition, he served on the finance committee of Reliant’s board of directors. Previously, Mr. Hogan served as CEO of Reliant’s Retail Energy Group, president and CEO of Reliant’s International Business Group (directing energy operations in Asia, Europe and Latin America), and in a variety of capacities for Reliant’s Houston Lighting & Power subsidiary. Mr. Hogan was the founding president of The Greater Houston Partnership, a business advocacy organization, where he served from 1987 to 1990.

Edward Hutcheson

Mr. Edward C. Hutcheson is an Independent Director of Crown Castle International Corp. Mr. Hutcheson has served on the Board as a director from January 1995 until February 1999 and from July 1999 until the present. Mr. Hutcheson was a co-founder of ours in 1994 and served as CEO or Chairman from inception until March 1997. Since February 2000, Mr. Hutcheson has been involved in private investment and consulting activities. He currently serves as a Managing Director of the private equity firm Platte River Ventures, LLC. From March 1997 until February 2000, he served in several capacities, including COO, with Pinnacle Global Group, a publicly owned financial services company which merged to form Sanders Morris Harris Group. From 1987 through 1993, he served in senior management roles with Baroid Corporation, a publicly owned petroleum services company. He served as President, COO and a director of the Baroid holding company from 1990 through 1993.

Robert McKenzie

Mr. Robert F. McKenzie is an Independent Director of Crown Castle International Corp., since 1995. Since 1995, Mr. McKenzie has helped establish and develop telecommunications and technology companies as an independent investor and director, including Vector ESP, Inc., an information technology services company implementing server-based computing applications; CO Space Inc., a computer server co-location facilities company; Velocom, Inc., a provider of wireless telephone and Internet services in Brazil; and Cordillera Communications Corporation, a mobile communications provider in the U.S., Peru, Ecuador and Chile. From 1990 to 1994, Mr. McKenzie was a founder, director and President/COO of OneComm, Inc., a mobile communications provider, which was sold to Nextel in 1994. From 1980 to 1990, he held general management positions with Northern Telecom, Inc. and was responsible for the marketing and support of its Meridian Telephone Systems and Distributed Communications networks to businesses in the Western United States.

Basic Compensation

Name Fiscal Year Total

J. Landis Martin

--

W. Benjamin Moreland

5,700,580

Jay Brown

2,538,640

James Young

2,525,240

E. Blake Hawk

1,814,800

Philip Kelley

2,894,360

Patrick Slowey

1,718,960

John Kelly

2,585,190

P. Robert Bartolo

--

Cindy Christy

--

Ari Fitzgerald

--

Robert Garrison

--

Dale Hatfield

--

Lee Hogan

--

Edward Hutcheson

--

Robert McKenzie

--
As Of 30 Dec 2012

Options Compensation

Name Options Value

J. Landis Martin

0 0

W. Benjamin Moreland

1,173,463 13,827,553

Jay Brown

6,200 98,362

James Young

0 0

E. Blake Hawk

1,053,244 9,010,841

Philip Kelley

40,000 691,543

Patrick Slowey

0 0

John Kelly

3,055,950 36,484,100

P. Robert Bartolo

0 0

Cindy Christy

0 0

Ari Fitzgerald

0 0

Robert Garrison

0 0

Dale Hatfield

0 0

Lee Hogan

0 0

Edward Hutcheson

0 0

Robert McKenzie

0 0
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