People: Clorox Co (CLX)

CLX on New York Consolidated

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Donald Knauss

63 2006 Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer

Stephen Robb

48 2011 Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President

Benno Dorer

49 2013 Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President - Cleaning, International and Corporate Strategy

George Roeth

52 2013 Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President - Household and Lifestyle

Frank Tataseo

58 2013 Executive Vice President - Professional Products Division, Mergers & Acquisitions, Partnerships and IT

Thomas Britanik

55 2009 Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer

Laura Stein

52 2007 Senior Vice President, General Counsel

Jon Balousek

44 2013 Senior Vice President, General Manager - Specialty Division

Dawn Willoughby

44 2013 Senior Vice President, General Manager - Cleaning Division

Jacqueline Kane

61 2005 Senior Vice President - Human Resources and Corporate Affairs

Wayne Delker

59 2009 Senior Vice President, Chief Innovation Officer

James Foster

51 2009 Senior Vice President, Chief Product Supply Officer

Grant LaMontagne

57 2013 Senior Vice President - Professional Products Division

Nikolaos Vlahos

45 2013 Senior Vice President, Chief Customer Officer

Michael Costello

47 2011 Vice President, General Manager - International

Robert Matschullat

66 2012 Lead Independent Director

Daniel Boggan

68 1990 Independent Director

Richard Carmona

64 2007 Independent Director

Tully Friedman

1997 Independent Director

George Harad

2006 Independent Director

Esther Lee

54 2013 Independent Director

Jeffrey Noddle

67 2013 Independent Director

Rogelio Rebolledo

69 2013 Independent Director

Pamela Thomas-Graham

51 2005 Independent Director

Carolyn Ticknor

66 2005 Independent Director

Daphna Coffman

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Biographies

Name Description

Donald Knauss

Mr. Donald R. Knauss is Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer of Clorox Co., since October 2, 2006. He was Executive Vice President of The Coca-Cola Company (a marketer and distributor of nonalcoholic beverages) and President and Chief Operating Officer for Coca-Cola North America from February 2004 until September 2006. Previously, he was President of the Retail Division of Coca-Cola North America and President and Chief Executive Officer of The Minute Maid Company, a division of The Coca-Cola Company. Prior to his employment with The Coca-Cola Company, he held various positions in marketing and sales with PepsiCo, Inc. and Procter & Gamble and served as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. Mr. Knauss is a director of the Kellogg Company (December 2007 to present) and URS Corporation (June 2010 to present). Mr. Knauss also serves on the dean’s advisory board of the College of Arts & Sciences at Indiana University and on the board of trustees of the University of San Diego, Morehouse College and the United States Marine Corps University Foundation. Mr. Knauss’ leadership experience as the Chief Executive Officer of the Company and his in-depth knowledge of the Company’s strategic priorities and operations enable him to provide valuable contributions and facilitate effective communication between management and the Board. His role as Chief Executive Officer also enables him to provide important contributions to strengthening the Company’s leadership, operations, strategy, growth and long-range plans.

Stephen Robb

Mr. Stephen M. Robb is Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President of Clorox Co., since November 17, 2011. From January 2011 until November 2011, he served as vice president – global finance. He served as vice president – financial planning & analysis from October 2004 to January 2011.

Benno Dorer

Mr. Benno O. Dorer is Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President - Cleaning, International and Corporate Strategy of Clorox Co., effective January 01, 2013. From March 2011 to December 2012, he served as senior vice president – cleaning division and Canada. He served as senior vice president – general manager, cleaning division from June 2009 to March 2011. From October 2007 through May 2009, he served as vice president – general manager, cleaning division.

George Roeth

Mr. George C. Roeth is Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President - Household and Lifestyle of Clorox Co., since January 01, 2013. From June 2009 to December 2012, he served as senior vice president – general manager, specialty division. He served as vice president – general manager, specialty division from February 2007 through May 2009.

Frank Tataseo

Mr. Frank A. Tataseo is an Executive Vice President - Professional Products Division, Mergers & Acquisitions, Partnerships and IT of Clorox Co., since January 2013. From January 2009 to December 2012, he served as executive vice president – strategy & growth and professional products. From February 2007 to December 2008, he served as executive vice president – functional operations.

Thomas Britanik

Mr. Thomas P. Britanik is Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer of Clorox Co., since June 3, 2009. He previously held the position of vice president – marketing from February 2008 to May 2009. From July 2005 through January 2008, he served as vice president – general manager, U.S. auto-care and Brita.

Laura Stein

Ms. Laura Stein is Senior Vice President, General Counsel of Clorox Co. She also served as secretary from September 2005 through May 2007.

Jon Balousek

Mr. Jon Balousek is Senior Vice President, General Manager - Specialty Division of Clorox Co., since January 2013. He served as vice president – general manager, Litter, Food and Charcoal from October 2011 to December 2012, and vice president – Marketing, Cleaning Division from October 2008 to September 2011. From July 2005 through September 2008, he served as vice president – Marketing, Specialty Division.

Dawn Willoughby

Ms. Dawn Willoughby is Senior Vice President, General Manager - Cleaning Division of Clorox Co., since January 2013. She served as vice president – general manager, Home Care, from October 2012 to January 2013, and vice president – general manager, Glad Products from January 2010 to October 2012. From July 2006 through January 2010, she served as vice president – sales planning.

Jacqueline Kane

Ms. Jacqueline P. Kane is Senior Vice President - Human Resources and Corporate Affairs of Clorox Co., since January 2005. She joined the Company as vice president – human resources in March 2004 and was elected senior vice president – human resources in July 2004.

Wayne Delker

Mr. Wayne L. Delker is Senior Vice President, Chief Innovation Officer of Clorox Co., since June 3, 2009. He joined the Company in August 1999 as vice president – global research & development and served in that position through May 2009.

James Foster

Mr. James E. Foster is Senior Vice President, Chief Product Supply Officer of Clorox Co., since June 2009. From April 2009 to May 2009, he served as vice president – product supply. From October 2007 to April 2009, he served as vice president – manufacturing.

Grant LaMontagne

Mr. Grant J. LaMontagne is Senior Vice President - Professional Products Division of Clorox Co., March 2013. From June 2009 to February 2013, he served as senior vice president – chief customer officer. From July 2004 to May 2009, he served as vice president – sales.

Nikolaos Vlahos

Mr. Nikolaos Vlahos is Senior Vice President, Chief Customer Officer of Clorox Co., since March 2013. From March 2011 to February 2013, he served as vice president – general manager, Burt’s Bees®. He served as vice president – general manager, Laundry, Brita® and Green Works®, from March 2009 to February 2011, and vice president – general manager, Laundry from February 2008 to February 2009.

Michael Costello

Mr. Michael J. Costello is Vice President, General Manager - International of Clorox Co., since March 2011. He served as vice president – general manager, Latin America and Europe, from July 2009 to March 2011, and vice president – general manager, Latin America from June 2008 through June 2009. From November 2005 through May 2008, he served as vice president – international marketing.

Robert Matschullat

Mr. Robert W. Matschullat is Lead Independent Director of The Clorox Company. Mr. Matschullat served as interim Chairman and interim Chief Executive Officer of the Company from March 2006 through October 2006. He served as presiding director of the Board from January 2005 through March 2006 and served as Chairman of the Board from January 2004 through January 2005. He was the Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer of The Seagram Company Ltd. (a global company engaging in two business segments: entertainment and spirits and wine) from October 1995 until relinquishing his position as Chief Financial Officer in December 1999 and retiring from his position as Vice Chairman in June 2000. Prior to joining The Seagram Company Ltd., Mr. Matschullat served as head of worldwide investment banking for Morgan Stanley & Co. Incorporated, and was on the Morgan Stanley Group board of directors. Mr. Matschullat is a director of The Walt Disney Company, Inc. (December 2002 to present) and is the Chairman of the Board of Visa, Inc. (April 2013 to present), having served as a director of Visa, Inc. since October 2007. Mr. Matschullat previously served as a director of McKesson Corporation (October 2002 to July 2007). Mr. Matschullat brings to the Company a wealth of public company leadership experience at the board and executive levels. Mr. Matschullat’s executive leadership experience includes service as the Chief Financial Officer of a major global company and as the division head of a major financial institution, providing him with expertise in business and financial matters as well as broad international experience.

Daniel Boggan

Mr. Daniel A. Boggan, Jr., is Independent Director of The Clorox Company. Mr. Boggan served as the Chief of Staff of the Oakland, California Mayor’s office from January 2007 through August 2007. He served as a consultant to Siebert Brandford Shank & Co., LLC (a municipal finance firm) from September 2003 to March 2006. Mr. Boggan joined the National Collegiate Athletic Association in October 1994 as Group Executive Director for Education Services. He served as the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Chief Operating Officer from January 1996 to June 1998 and served as its Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer from June 1998 until his retirement in August 2003. Previously, he was Vice Chancellor for business and administrative services at the University of California at Berkeley. Mr. Boggan is a director of Collective Brands, Inc. (formerly known as Payless Shoe Source, Inc.) (September 1997 to present) and Viad Corp (February 2005 to present). Mr. Boggan is a trustee of The California Endowment, a trustee of The Alameda County Medical Center, and serves on various local boards. Mr. Boggan has considerable knowledge of the Company’s business as well as a historical perspective and focus on the long-term interests of the Company and its stockholders due to his long-standing service on the Board. He resides in Oakland, and his prior positions in Oakland’s local government and as immediate past chair of The Alameda County Medical Center provide him with an understanding of the Company’s local community.

Richard Carmona

Adm. Dr.(Retd.) Richard H. Carmona, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.C.S., is Independent Director of The Clorox Company. Dr. Carmona has been Vice Chairman of Canyon Ranch (a life-enhancement company) since October 2006. He also serves as Chief Executive Officer of the Canyon Ranch Health Division and President of the non-profit Canyon Ranch Institute. He is also the first Distinguished Professor of Public Health at the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health at the University of Arizona. Prior to joining Canyon Ranch, Dr. Carmona served as the 17th Surgeon General of the United States from August 2002 through July 2006, achieving the rank of Vice Admiral. Previously, he was Chairman of the State of Arizona Southern Regional Emergency Medical System; a professor of surgery, public health, and family and community medicine at the University of Arizona; and surgeon and deputy sheriff of the Pima County, Arizona, Sheriff’s Department. Dr. Carmona served in the United States Army and the Army’s Special Forces. Dr. Carmona is a director of Taser International (March 2007 to present). Dr. Carmona is a director of Taser International (March 2007 to present). Dr. Carmona’s experience as the Surgeon General of the United States and extensive background in public health provide him with a valuable perspective on health and wellness matters, as well as insight into regulatory organizations and institutions, which are important to the Company’s business strategy.

Tully Friedman

Dr. Tully M. Friedman JD., is Independent Director of The Clorox Company. Mr. Friedman is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Friedman Fleischer & Lowe, LLC (a private investment firm). Prior to forming Friedman Fleischer & Lowe in 1997, Mr. Friedman was a founding partner of Hellman & Friedman (a private investment firm) and a managing director of Salomon Brothers, Inc. (an investment bank). Mr. Friedman previously served as a director of Mattel, Inc. (1984 to May 2012), Capital Source (2000 to May 2007) and Tempur-Pedic International (November 2002 to April 2006). Mr. Friedman currently serves on the boards of NCDR, LLC, and is the Chairman and a director of Church’s Holding Corporation. He is also Chairman of American Enterprise Institute and Vice Chairman of the Telluride Foundation. Mr. Friedman’s more than forty years of experience in finance and thirty years as a private equity investor have provided him with expertise in financial matters. This enables him to make valuable contributions in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, capital deployment and other major financial decisions and in his service as Chair of our Finance Committee. In addition, Mr. Friedman’s executive leadership roles and board positions in several industries provide him with a broad perspective and experience in the areas of management, operations and strategy. Mr. Friedman also has a deep understanding of the Company’s business, having served on the Board for numerous years, enabling him to make significant contributions to the Company’s strategy, innovation and long-range plans.

George Harad

Mr. George J. Harad is Independent Director of The Clorox Company. Mr. Harad was Executive Chairman of the Board of OfficeMax Incorporated (an office supply and services company), formerly known as Boise Cascade Corporation (Boise Cascade), from October 2004 until his retirement in June 2005. He served as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Boise Cascade from April 1995 until October 2004. Previously, Mr. Harad held various positions at Boise Cascade, including Controller, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, and President and Chief Operating Officer. Prior to joining Boise Cascade, Mr. Harad was a consultant for the Boston Consulting Group and a teaching fellow at Harvard University. Mr. Harad’s prior executive leadership roles enable him to provide valuable contributions with respect to management, operations, strategy, growth and long-range plans. His experience as a Chief Financial Officer has provided him with expertise in finance and accounting matters. Additionally, as a former Chief Executive Officer of a Fortune 500 company, Mr. Harad brings extensive knowledge in executive compensation matters to his position as Chair of the Management Development and Compensation Committee.

Esther Lee

Ms. Esther Lee is Independent Director of The Clorox Co., effective August 14, 2013. Ms. Lee has served as Senior Vice President – Brand Marketing, Advertising and Sponsorships for AT&T (a global communications company) since 2009. From July 2007 to September 2008 she served as CEO of North America and President of Global Brands for Euro RSCG Worldwide. Prior to that, she served for five years as Global Chief Creative Officer for The Coca-Cola Company. Earlier in her career, as co-founder of DiNoto Lee advertising firm, Ms. Lee worked with several consumer packaged goods companies, including Procter & Gamble, Unilever and Nestle. Ms. Lee brings to the Company significant executive and brand-building expertise. Her current and prior executive leadership roles enable her to provide valuable contributions with respect to creativity and vision for long-term growth. In addition, Ms. Lee brings to the Company significant experience in the areas of marketing and digital media. Her prior experience with global brand marketing, advertising, media and sponsorship as well as developing operating models in these areas, enable her to provide valuable contributions to the Company’s business strategies.

Jeffrey Noddle

Mr. Jeffrey Noddle has been appointed as the Independent Director of The Clorox Co. Mr. Noddle was the Executive Chairman of SuperValu, Inc. (a leading food retailer and provider of distribution and logistical support services) from May 2009 until his retirement in June 2010. He served as SuperValu’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from May 2002 to May 2009. During his career with SuperValu, which commenced in 1976, Mr. Noddle held a number of other leadership positions, including President and Chief Operating Officer, Vice President – Merchandising and President of SuperValu’s Fargo and former Miami divisions. Mr. Noddle is a director of Donaldson Company, Inc. (November 2000 to present) and Ameriprise Financial, Inc. (September 2005 to present). Mr. Noddle formerly served on the board of SuperValu, Inc. (May 2002 to June 2010). Mr. Noddle also serves on the board of the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management. He was formerly on the board of The Food Industry Center at the University of Minnesota and the Greater Twin Cities United Way. Mr. Noddle was also a member of the executive committee of the Minnesota Business Partnership and past chairman of the board of The Food Marketing Institute. Mr. Noddle’s prior leadership roles enable him to provide valuable operational and supply chain insights as well as strategic leadership and human resources guidance to the Company.

Rogelio Rebolledo

Mr. Rogelio M. Rebolledo has been appointed as the Independent Director of The Clorox Co. Mr. Rebolledo was the CEO and Chairman of the Pepsi Bottling Group, Mexico (the Mexican operations of Pepsi Bottling Group, Inc.) from January 2004 to May 2007. Prior to January 2004, Mr. Rebolledo worked for the Frito-Lay International Division of Pepsico for 27 years, becoming President and Chief Executive Officer of Frito-Lay International in 2001. He began his 31-year career in 1976 with Pepsico Inc. at Sabritas, the salty food unit of Frito-Lay International, first in Latin America and then in Asia and Europe. Mr. Rebolledo began his career at the Procter & Gamble Co., where he held a variety of marketing roles. Mr. Rebolledo is a director of the Kellogg Company (October 2008 to present). Mr. Rebolledo previously served on the boards of Best Buy Company (August 2006 to June 2012), Applebee’s International (May 2006 to October 2007), and The Pepsi Bottling Group (May 2004 to May 2007). Mr. Rebolledo also serves on the boards of Jose Cuervo International and Proeza Group, and formerly was a director of The Alfa Group, which are companies in Mexico. Mr. Rebolledo brings to the Board more than thirty years of leadership roles in consumer packaged goods companies. His extensive background, particularly in developing business in Latin America and Asia, provides him with a deep understanding of customer and consumer dynamics. In addition, Mr. Rebolledo’s strong financial background and experience on audit and compensation committees enable him to make valuable contributions to the Company.

Pamela Thomas-Graham

Ms. Pamela Thomas-Graham is Independent Director of The Clorox Company. Ms. Thomas-Graham has served as Chief Talent, Branding and Communications Officer and member of the Executive Board of Credit Suisse Group (a leading global financial services company) since January 2010. From March 2008 to December 2009, she served as a managing director in the private equity group at Angelo, Gordon & Co. (a private investment management firm). From October 2005 to December 2007, Ms. Thomas-Graham held the position of Group President at Liz Claiborne, Inc. (a designer and marketer of apparel, accessories and fragrances). Previously, she served as Chairman of CNBC (a media and entertainment company) from February 2005 to October 2005 and served as President and Chief Executive Officer of CNBC from July 2001 to February 2005. From September 1999 to July 2001, Ms. Thomas-Graham served as an Executive Vice President of NBC and as President and Chief Executive Officer of CNBC.com. Prior to joining NBC, Ms. Thomas-Graham was a partner at McKinsey & Company. Ms. Thomas-Graham served as a director of Idenix Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (June 2005 to January 2010). Ms. Thomas-Graham serves on the board of the New York Philharmonic (2013 to present), the Parsons School of Design (2006 to present) and the Education Committee of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City (2006 to present). She is a member of the Business Council of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City (2013 to present). Additionally, she served on the Visiting Committee of Harvard Business School (2005 to 2011) and on the board of the Harvard Alumni Association (1998 to 2001).

Carolyn Ticknor

Ms. Carolyn M. Ticknor is Independent Director of The Clorox Company. Ms. Ticknor was President of the Imaging and Printing Systems group of the Hewlett Packard Company (a global IT company) from 1999 until her retirement in February 2001. She served as President and General Manager of Hewlett Packard Company’s LaserJet Solutions from 1994 to 1999. In addition, Ms. Ticknor consults for entrepreneurs and venture capital firms. Ms. Ticknor served as a director of OfficeMax Incorporated (formerly Boise Cascade Corporation) from February 2000 to April 2006. Ms. Ticknor served as a director of Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, a private non-profit organization at the Stanford University Medical Center, from October 2001 until October 2009. Ms. Ticknor’s prior executive leadership roles enable her to provide valuable contributions with respect to management, operations, strategy, growth and long-range plans. Her prior leadership at a global IT company enables her to provide valuable contributions with respect to the Company’s international operations, strategies and growth plans. She also brings to the Company significant expertise in the areas of innovation and supply chain management. Ms. Ticknor’s service as a director of Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford University Medical Center enhances her understanding of health and wellness issues, as well as the Company’s focus on community involvement.

Daphna Coffman

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