People: CSX Corp (CSX)

CSX on New York Consolidated

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12 Sep 2014
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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Michael Ward

63 2003 Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer

Fredrik Eliasson

43 2012 Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President

Oscar Munoz

55 2012 Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President

Ellen Fitzsimmons

53 2003 Executive Vice President - Law & Public Affairs, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary

Clarence Gooden

62 2004 Chief Commercial Officer, Executive Vice President - Sales & Marketing

Lisa Mancini

54 2009 Chief Administrative Officer, Senior Vice President

Carolyn Sizemore

51 2002 Vice President, Controller

Donna Alvarado

65 2006 Independent Director

John Breaux

70 2005 Independent Director

Pamela Carter

64 2010 Independent Director

Steven Halverson

59 2006 Independent Director

Edward Kelly

61 Presiding Independent Director

Gilbert Lamphere

61 2008 Independent Director

John McPherson

67 2008 Independent Director

Timothy O'Toole

58 2008 Independent Director

David Ratcliffe

66 2003 Independent Director

Donald Shepard

68 2003 Independent Director

J. Steven Whisler

59 2010 Independent Director

David Baggs

Vice President - Capital Markets, Investor Relation Officer

Biographies

Name Description

Michael Ward

Mr. Michael J. Ward is Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer of CSX Corp. Mr. Ward’s career with CSX has included key executive positions in nearly all aspects of the Company’s business, including sales and marketing, operations, and finance. Mr. Ward serves on the boards of directors of Ashland Inc., the Association of American Railroads and the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity.

Fredrik Eliasson

Mr. Fredrik J. Eliasson is Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President of CSX Corp. Mr. Eliasson is responsible for management and oversight of all financial and strategic planning activities, including accounting, financial planning, tax, treasury and investor relations. During his 18-year tenure with the Company, he has also served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for CSX's chemicals and fertilizer business, Vice President of Emerging Markets, Vice President of Commercial Finance, and Vice President of Financial Planning and Analysis.

Oscar Munoz

Mr. Oscar Munoz is Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President of CSX Corp. He manages all aspects of the Company's operations across its 21,000 route-mile rail network, including transportation, service design, customer service, engineering, mechanical and technology. During his ten-year tenure with the Company, he has also served as CSX’s Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Munoz brings to the Company more than 25 years of experience from a variety of industries. Before joining CSX in 2003, Munoz served as Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of AT&T Consumer Services. He also has held key executive positions with other consumer products companies, including the Coca-Cola Company and Pepsico Corporation.

Ellen Fitzsimmons

Ms. Ellen M. Fitzsimmons is Executive Vice President - Law & Public Affairs, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary of CSX Corp. She serves as the Company’s chief legal officer and oversees all government relations and public affairs activities as well as internal audit and other risk management functions. During her 22-year tenure with the Company, her broad responsibilities have included key roles in major risk and corporate governance-related areas.

Clarence Gooden

Mr. Clarence W. Gooden is Chief Commercial Officer, Executive Vice President - Sales & Marketing of CSX Corp. He is responsible for generating customer revenue, forecasting business trends and developing CSX’s model for future revenue growth. An employee of the Company for 43 years, Gooden has held key executive positions in both operations and sales and marketing.

Lisa Mancini

Ms. Lisa A. Mancini is Chief Administrative Officer, Senior Vice President of CSX Corp. She is responsible for employee compensation and benefits, labor relations, employee staffing and development activities, purchasing, real estate, and facilities management. She previously served as Vice President-Strategic Infrastructure Initiatives from 2007 to 2009 and, prior to that, Vice President – Labor Relations. Prior to joining CSX in 2003, Mancini served as Chief Operating Officer of the San Francisco Municipal Railway.

Carolyn Sizemore

Ms. Carolyn T. Sizemore is Vice President, Controller of CSX Corp. She is responsible for financial and regulatory reporting, freight billing and collections, payroll, accounts payable and various other accounting processes. Sizemore’s responsibilities during her 24-year tenure with the Company have included roles in finance and audit-related areas including a variety of positions in accounting, finance strategies, budgets and performance analysis.

Donna Alvarado

Ms. Donna M. Alvarado is Independent Director of CSX Corp., since September 2006. Ms. Alvarado is the founder and current President of Aguila International, a business-consulting firm. Previously, Ms. Alvarado served as President and Chief Executive Officer of a global educational publishing company from 1989-1993. She has served on corporate boards in the manufacturing, banking, transportation, and services industries. She has also led state and national workforce policy boards. Ms. Alvarado currently serves on the boards of directors of Corrections Corporation of America and Park National Corporation. She previously served as Chairwoman of the Ohio Board of Regents. Following executive and legislative staff appointments at the U.S. Department of Defense and in the U.S. Congress, Ms. Alvarado was appointed by President Ronald Reagan to lead the federal agency ACTION, the nation’s premier agency for civic engagement and volunteerism, a position which she held from 1985-1989.

John Breaux

Senator John B. Breaux is Independent Director of CSX Corp., since 2005. Senator Breaux held numerous leadership positions during his 14 years in the U.S. House of Representatives and 18-year tenure in the U.S. Senate, where he served on the House Public Works and Transportation Committee, the Senate Finance Committee, and the Senate Commerce Committee. Senator Breaux also founded the Centrist Coalition of Senate Democrats and Republicans and served as chairman of the Democratic Leadership Council. He brings extensive public policy and regulatory experience to the CSX Board at a time when Congress is considering additional legislation that could have a material effect on railroad operations.

Pamela Carter

Ms. Pamela L. Carter is Independent Director of CSX Corp., since june 29, 2010. Ms. Carter is President of Cummins Distribution, a division of Cummins, Inc., a designer, manufacturer and marketer of diesel engines and related components and power systems. Ms. Carter joined Cummins in 1997 as Vice President – General Counsel and held various management positions before her appointment as President of Cummins Distribution in 2008. Prior to her career with Cummins, Ms. Carter served in various capacities with the State of Indiana and in the private practice of law. Ms. Carter was the first woman and the first African-American to hold the office of Attorney General in Indiana. Ms. Carter also served as Parliamentarian in the Indiana House of Representatives, Deputy Chief-of-Staff to Governor Evan Bayh, Executive Assistant for Health Policy & Human Services and Securities Enforcement Attorney for the Office of the Secretary of State.

Steven Halverson

Mr. Steven T. Halverson is Independent Director of CSX Corp., since September 2006. Mr. Halverson is the Chief Executive Officer of The Haskell Company, one of the largest design and construction firms in the United States. Prior to joining the Haskell Company in 1999, Mr. Halverson served as a Senior Vice President of M.A. Mortenson, a national construction firm. Mr. Halverson also serves as a director for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida, ACIG Insurance Co., the Florida Counsel of 100, the Florida Chamber of Commerce, the Construction Industry Roundtable and the Jacksonville Civic Council (chair).

Edward Kelly

Mr. Edward J. Kelly, III, is Presiding Independent Director of CSX Corp since July 2002. Mr. Kelly is currently Chairman of the Institutional Clients Group at Citigroup, Inc. He joined Citigroup, Inc. in 2008 and has served as Vice Chairman, Chief Financial Officer and Head of Global Banking at Citigroup, Inc., as well as Chief Executive Officer of Citi Alternative Investments, an integrated alternative investments platform within Citigroup, Inc. Mr. Kelly previously served as a Managing Director at The Carlyle Group and Vice Chairman of The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. following PNC’s acquisition of Mercantile Bankshares Corporation in March 2007. At Mercantile, Mr. Kelly held the offices of Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President from March 2003 until March 2007, and was Chief Executive Officer and President from March 2001 to March 2003. Before joining Mercantile, Mr. Kelly served as Managing Director and co-head of Investment Banking Client Management at J.P. Morgan Chase and Managing Director and Head of Global Financial Institutions at J.P. Morgan. Previously, Mr. Kelly was General Counsel at J.P. Morgan and a partner at the law firm of Davis Polk & Wardwell, where he specialized in matters related to financial institutions. Early in his career, Mr. Kelly served as a law clerk to Supreme Court Justice William J. Brennan, Jr. and U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Clement F. Haynsworth, Jr.

Gilbert Lamphere

Mr. Gilbert H. Lamphere is Independent Director of CSX Corp., since July 2008. He is Chairman of the Board of FlatWorld Capital, a private equity firm and is Managing Director of Lamphere Capital Management, a private investment firm which he founded in 1998. Mr. Lamphere brings broad railroad experience to the Board as he has previously served as a director of Canadian National Railway, Chairman of Illinois Central Railroad before its sale to Canadian National in 1998, and a director of Florida East Coast Industries. Mr. Lamphere is also Chairman of the Board of Las Vegas Railway Express, a start-up passenger railroad which will operate between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. He has served as a director of nine other public companies, including Carlyle Industries, Inc., Cleveland-Cliffs, Inc., R.P. Scherer Corporation, Global Natural Resources Corporation and Recognition International, Inc. Earlier in his career, Mr. Lamphere was Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions at Morgan Stanley.

John McPherson

Mr. John D. McPherson is Independent Director of CSX Corp., since July 2008. He served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Florida East Coast Railway, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Florida East Coast Industries, Inc., from 1999 until his retirement in 2007. From 1993-1998, Mr. McPherson served as Senior Vice President – Operations, and from 1998-1999, he served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Illinois Central Railroad. Prior to joining the Illinois Central Railroad, Mr. McPherson served in various capacities at Santa Fe Railroad for 25 years. As a result of his extensive career in the rail industry, Mr. McPherson serves as an expert in railroad operations.

Timothy O'Toole

Mr. Timothy T. O'Toole, CBE, J.D. is Independent Director of CSX Corp. Mr. O’Toole is currently the Chief Executive Officer of FirstGroup, plc, a leading transportation company that primarily provides rail and bus services. FirstGroup, a publicly traded company on the London Stock Exchange, employs approximately 120,000 throughout the U.K. and North America and transports some 2.5 billion passengers a year. Mr. O’Toole previously served as the Managing Director of the London Underground from 2003 through April 2009, where he was responsible for operating and rebuilding the Tube, the world’s oldest metropolitan railway. Mr. O’Toole brings to the Board over 25 years of railroad industry experience. He also provides invaluable operational experience in crisis management evidenced by his leadership following a terror attack on the London Underground in 2005.

David Ratcliffe

Mr. David M. Ratcliffe is Independent Director of CSX Corp., since January 2003. Mr. Ratcliffe retired from his position as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Southern Company, one of America’s largest producers of electricity, in December of 2010. He had held that position since 2004. From 1999 until 2004, Mr. Ratcliffe was President and Chief Executive Officer of Georgia Power, Southern Company’s largest subsidiary. Prior to becoming President and Chief Executive Officer of Georgia Power in 1999, Mr. Ratcliffe served as Executive Vice President, Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer.

Donald Shepard

Mr. Donald J. Shepard is Independent Director of CSX Corp., since January 2003. In 2008, Mr. Shepard retired as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of AEGON, N.V., an international life insurance and pension company. Mr. Shepard currently serves as a member of the boards of directors of The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. (“PNC”) and the Travelers Companies, Inc. He was also a director of Mercantile Bankshares Corporation until 2007, when the company was acquired by PNC. Mr. Shepard is also a director of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Through his executive positions with AEGON, Mr. Shepard brings financial and risk management expertise to the CSX Board. Through his leadership role with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, he also brings significant insight into developing business trends and opportunities and risk management.

J. Steven Whisler

Mr. J. Steven Whisler is Independent Director of CSX Corp.He is the retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Phelps Dodge Corporation, a mining and manufacturing company, where he served in many roles from 1981 until being named Chief Executive Officer in 2000. During his tenure at Phelps Dodge, Mr. Whisler was instrumental in the implementation of its “Zero and Beyond” safety program designed to eliminate workplace injuries and its “Quest for Zero” process-improvement program designed to, among other things, eliminate environmental waste while enhancing product quality. Mr. Whisler currently serves on the boards of directors of Brunswick Corporation and International Paper Co. He also served as director of US Airways Group, Inc. from 2005 until 2011, and Burlington Northern Santa Fe from 1995 until its acquisition by Berkshire Hathaway in 2010. Through his tenure on the Burlington Northern Santa Fe board of directors and as a former executive in the mining industry, Mr. Whisler brings to the Board invaluable safety program experience, railroad knowledge and familiarity with one of the Company’s key markets.

David Baggs

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