People: Corrections Corporation of America (CXW)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

John Ferguson

68 2009 Chairman of the Board

Damon Hininger

44 2009 President, Chief Executive Officer, Director

David Garfinkle

46 2014 Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President

Steven Groom

62 2010 Executive Vice President, General Counsel

Anthony Grande

44 2008 Executive Vice President, Chief Development Officer

Harley Lappin

58 2011 Executive Vice President, Chief Corrections Officer

Lucibeth Mayberry

42 2013 Senior Vice President- Real Estate

Kim White

53 2013 Senior Vice President- Human Resources

Donna Alvarado

65 2003 Independent Director

John Correnti

67 2000 Independent Director

Robert Dennis

60 2013 Independent Director

Mark Emkes

61 2014 Independent Director

C. Michael Jacobi

72 2000 Independent Director

Anne Mariucci

56 2011 Independent Director

Thurgood Marshall

57 2002 Independent Director

Charles Overby

67 2001 Independent Director

John Prann

63 2000 Independent Director

Joseph Russell

73 1999 Independent Director

Karin Demler

Director - Investor Relations

Biographies

Name Description

John Ferguson

Mr. John D. Ferguson is Chairman of the Board of Director of Corrections Corporation of America. He has served as a Director since August 2000 and also serves as Chairman of the Board and member of the Company's Executive Committee. Mr. Ferguson formerly served as Chief Executive Officer from August 2000 to October 2009 and as President from August 2000 until July 2008. Mr. Ferguson’s career in business and government includes service as the Commissioner of Finance for the State of Tennessee and as the chairman and chief executive officer of Community Bancshares, Inc., the parent corporation of The Community Bank of Germantown (Tennessee), as well as service on the State of Tennessee Board of Education and the Governor’s Commission on Practical Government for the State of Tennessee. Mr. Ferguson serves as a director of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, the Boy Scouts of America - Middle Tennessee Council, the Nashville Symphony Association and the Nashville Public Education Foundation. Mr. Ferguson graduated from Mississippi State University in 1967.

Damon Hininger

Mr. Damon T. Hininger is President, Chief Executive Officer, Director of Corrections Corporation of America. From July 2008 until October 2009, Mr. Hininger served as President and Chief Operating Officer. From 2007 until July 2008, Mr. Hininger served as Senior Vice President, Federal and Local Customer Relations. Mr. Hininger joined the Company in 1992 and held several positions, including Vice President, Business Analysis and Vice President, Federal Customer Relations before being promoted to Senior Vice President. Mr. Hininger earned a bachelor’s degree from Kansas State University and an M.B.A. from the Jack Massey School of Business at Belmont University.

David Garfinkle

Mr. David M. Garfinkle has been appointed as Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President of Corrections Corporation of America effective May 1, 2014. He is a CPA, and graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor of business administration degree from St. Bonaventure University. Garfinkle joined CCA as Vice President, Finance in February 2001. From 1996 to 2001, Garfinkle served as Vice President and Controller for Bradley Real Estate, Inc., a publicly traded, $1 billion real estate investment trust located in Chicago, Illinois. Prior to joining Bradley Real Estate, Garfinkle was a Senior Manager at KPMG Peat Marwick, LLP in Boston, Massachusetts for seven years.

Steven Groom

Mr. Steven E. Groom is an Executive Vice President, General Counsel of Corrections Corporation of America., since April 21, 2010. From March 2001 to April 2010, Mr. Groom served as our Vice President and Deputy General Counsel with responsibility for litigation and risk management. Previously, Mr. Groom was a partner in the law firm of Stites & Harbison, PLLC in Nashville and served in managing attorney and general counsel roles for SunTrust Bank, Inc. Mr. Groom earned a bachelor’s degree from Lipscomb University and his law degree from the University of Memphis, where he was a member of the Law Review. Mr. Groom serves on the Board of Visitors of Lipscomb University’s College of Business and the Board of Advisors of the University’s Institute for Conflict Management.

Anthony Grande

Mr. Anthony L. Grande is an Executive Vice President, Chief Development Officer of Corrections Corporation of America., since July 23, 2008. From September 2007 to July 2008, Mr. Grande served as Senior Vice President, State Customer Relations. Mr. Grande joined CCA in 2003 to serve as Vice President of State Customer Relations. Prior to joining CCA, Mr. Grande served as the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development for the State of Tennessee. Mr. Grande earned his Masters of Education at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee and his Bachelor of Arts from The American University in Washington, D.C.

Harley Lappin

Mr. Harley G. Lappin is an Executive Vice President, Chief Corrections Officer of Corrections Corporation of America, since June 1, 2011. Prior to joining the Company and since 2003, Mr. Lappin served as the Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the nation’s largest correctional system, with oversight and management responsibility for 116 federal prisons, 14 large, private contract facilities and more than 250 contracts for community correctional facilities, in total comprising more than 215,000 inmates managed by 38,000 employees. Previously, Mr. Lappin served in a variety of other roles with the Bureau of Prisons beginning in 1985, including Regional Director, Warden of the United States Penitentiary in Indiana, and Warden of the Federal Correctional Institution in North Carolina, among other positions. Mr. Lappin has a master’s degree in criminal justice from Kent State University and an undergraduate degree from Indiana University. Mr. Lappin has served in leadership roles for numerous professional organizations. Mr. Lappin has served on the Standards Committee of the American Correctional Association for 12 years, including service as chair of the committee for a six year period ending in January 2013. .

Lucibeth Mayberry

Ms. Lucibeth Mayberry is Senior Vice President, Real Estate of Corrections Corporation of America, since November 2013. From August 2008 to November 2013, Ms. Mayberry served as our Vice President, Deputy Chief Development Officer. From March 2006 to August 2008, Ms. Mayberry served as Vice President, Research, Contract and Proposals. Ms. Mayberry joined CCA in May 2003 as Senior Director, State Partnership Relations and was promoted to Managing Director, State Partnership Relations in 2004. Before joining CCA, Ms. Mayberry served as a Senior Associate of the Taxation and Estate Planning Practice Group at the Nashville-based law firm Stokes, Bartholomew, Evans and Petree. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee, a juris doctor from Vanderbilt University, and a Master of Laws in Taxation from the University of Florida.

Kim White

Ms. Kim White is Senior Vice President- Human Resources of Corrections Corporation Of America, since November 2013. From March 2013 to November 2013, Ms. White served as Vice President, Correctional Programs and from August 2012 to March 2013, Ms. White served as Managing Director, Inmate Programs. Prior to joining CCA, Ms. White served 26 years with the Federal Bureau of Prisons (“BOP”) in a wide variety of operational roles in the areas of Institutional Operations, Staffing and Inmate Programs, and more recently as the Assistant Director, Human Resource Management Division, where she had oversight for the hiring, training and retention of the Bureau’s 38,000 employees. In 2007, Ms. White received the Presidential Rank Award of Meritorious Executive for her leadership with the BOP. Ms. White holds a bachelor’s degree in corrections and criminal justice and a master’s degree in correctional criminology and juvenile justice, both from Kent State University. She has also completed Harvard University’s Executive Education Program for senior managers in government.

Donna Alvarado

Ms. Donna M. Alvarado is an Independent Director of Corrections Corporation Of America. She is the founder and current president of Aguila International, an international business-consulting firm that specializes in human resources and leadership development. She serves as a director and member of the audit and compensation committees of CSX Corporation, a publicly-traded provider of rail and other transportation services, and as a director and chair of the nominating and corporate governance committee of Park National Corporation, a publicly-held bank holding company. Ms. Alvarado has served as a member and as chair of the Ohio Board of Regents and has held senior management positions in government, including Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense with the U.S. Department of Defense and Director of ACTION, the federal domestic volunteer agency. Ms. Alvarado earned both a master’s and a bachelor’s degree in Spanish from Ohio State University, completed doctoral coursework in Latin American Literature at the University of Oklahoma and earned a postgraduate certificate in Financial Management from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.

John Correnti

Mr. John D. Correnti is an Independent Director of Corrections Corporation of America. Mr. Correnti is the chairman and chief executive officer of Big River Steel, LLC, a steel development and operations company. Mr. Correnti previously served as chairman and chief executive officer of Steel Development Company, LLC from 2008 through 2012 and served as chief executive officer of SeverCorr, LLC from 2005 through 2008. Mr. Correnti also serves as a director of Navistar International Corporation, a publicly traded holding company of transportation related and other businesses, as executive chairman of Silicor Materials, a private company formerly known as Calisolar, and as chairman of the board of Blue Oar Resources, a private company. Mr. Correnti holds a B.S. degree in civil engineering from Clarkson University, where he is a member of the Board of Trustees.

Robert Dennis

Mr. Robert J. Dennis is an Independent Director of Corrections Corp Of America. Mr. Dennis is the chairman, president and chief executive officer of Genesco Inc., a diversified retailer of footwear, headwear, sports apparel and accessories, where he has served in an executive capacity since 2004. A 27-year retail veteran, Mr. Dennis has held senior positions with Hat World Corporation and Asbury Automotive and was a partner and leader of the North American Retail Practice with McKinsey & Company, an international consulting firm. Mr. Dennis holds a master of business administration degree, with distinction, from the Harvard Business School, with a focus on consumer marketing, and bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. As of February 2014, Mr. Dennis is a member of the Board of Directors of HCA Holdings, Inc., a leading health care services company that operates hospitals and surgery centers in the United States and London, England. Previously, he served as a member of the board of directors of Teavana Holdings, Inc., a publicly traded purveyor of high quality teas and tea products, until its acquisition by Starbucks in December 2012. He serves on the board of directors with the United Way of Metropolitan Nashville, the Nashville Symphony, and serves on the Board of Visitors at Vanderbilt University’s Owen School of Management.

Mark Emkes

Mr. Mark A. Emkes is Independent Director of the company. He began his career at the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company in 1975. From 1979 to 2000, Emkes' career at Firestone took him overseas, holding various management positions in the Middle East, Europe and South America. After returning to the United States in 2000, Emkes was named President of Bridgestone Firestone Latin America. In September 2002, Emkes was promoted to Chairman, CEO and President of Bridgestone Firestone North American Tire, LLC while serving concurrently as a member of the Board of Directors of the parent company, Bridgestone Americas Holding, Inc. In April 2004, Emkes was promoted to Chairman and CEO of Bridgestone Americas Holdings, Inc. and was elected as a member of the Board of Directors of the Tokyo-based Bridgestone Corporation, a position from which he retired in February 2010. Shortly after retiring from Bridgestone, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam asked Emkes to serve as Commissioner of Finance and Administration for the State of Tennessee. Emkes served in that capacity until his retirement from state government in May 2013. Emkes has served as President of the Middle Tennessee Council of the Boy Scouts of America, on the Board of Directors of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, and on the Advisory Board of Habitat for Humanity, Nashville Chapter. He also was Chairman of Nashville's 2010 Heart Walk and is a member of CEOs Against Cancer, Tennessee Chapter. Emkes currently serves on the boards of Greif, Inc., First Horizon National Corporation and Clarcor, Inc. Emkes was the 2011 recipient of the Jennings A. Jones Champion of Free Enterprise Award and in October 2012 was inducted into the Nashville Business Hall of Fame. Emkes holds a bachelor of arts degree in economics from Indiana's DePauw University and a master of business administration degree from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, located in Glendale, Arizona.

C. Michael Jacobi

Mr. C. Michael Jacobi is an Independent Director of Corrections Corporation of America. He has served as a director and as Chair of the Audit Committee since December 2000. Mr. Jacobi is the owner and president of Stable House, LLC, a private company engaged in residential real estate development. From June 2001 through May 2005, Mr. Jacobi served as the president and chief executive officer and a director of Katy Industries, Inc., a publicly-traded diversified manufacturing company. He is chairman of the board of Sturm, Ruger and Company, Inc., a publicly-traded maker of firearms, a director and a member of the compensation and risk committees of Webster Financial Corporation, a publicly-traded banking and financial services company, a director and member of the audit committee of Kohlberg Capital Corporation, a publicly-traded business development company specializing in term loans, mezzanine investments and selected equity positions in middle market companies and a director and member of the audit committee of Bauer Performance Sports Ltd., a publicly-traded sports equipment company. Mr. Jacobi is a certified public accountant and holds a B.S. degree from the University of Connecticut.

Anne Mariucci

Ms. Anne L. Mariucci is an Independent Director of Corrections Corp Of America, since December 8, 2011. Ms. Mariucci is a private investor who, prior to 2003, served in a variety of senior management capacities with Del Webb Corporation and as Senior Vice President of Strategy for Pulte Homes, Inc., following its acquisition of Del Webb. Ms. Mariucci received her undergraduate degree in accounting and finance from the University of Arizona and completed the corporate finance program at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. She presently serves on the Arizona Board of Regents, and is its immediate past-chairman. She also serves as a director of Southwest Gas Company, where she serves on the Nominating and Corporate Governance and Pension Plan Investment Committees, the University of Arizona Health Network, Arizona State University Foundation and the Fresh Start Women’s Foundation. She is a past director of the Arizona State Retirement System, Scottsdale Healthcare and Action Performance Companies, as well as a past Trustee of the Urban Land Institute.

Thurgood Marshall

Mr. Thurgood Marshall, Jr., is an Independent Director of Corrections Corporation of America. He has served as a director and member of the Nominating and Governance Committee since December 2002. Mr. Marshall is a partner in the law firm of Bingham McCutchen LLP in Washington D.C., and a principal in Bingham Consulting Group LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bingham McCutchen LLP that assists business clients with communications, political and legal strategies. Mr. Marshall is a member of the board of directors of Genesco Inc., a diversified retailer of footwear, headwear, sports apparel and accessories, where he serves on the finance and nominating and governance committees. He also serves on the boards of the Ford Foundation and the Supreme Court Historical Society. He serves on the American Bar Association Election Law Committee and the Ethics Oversight Committee of the United States Olympic Committee. Mr. Marshall, the son of the historic Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, has held appointments in each branch of the federal government, including Cabinet Secretary to President Clinton and Director of Legislative Affairs and Deputy Counsel to Vice President Al Gore. Mr. Marshall was confirmed by the United States Senate to serve on the Board of Governors of the United States Postal Service in 2006 and served as Chairman prior to completing his service in 2012. Mr. Marshall earned a B.A. in 1978 and a J.D. in 1981 from the University of Virginia, after which he clerked for United States District Judge Barrington D. Parker.

Charles Overby

Mr. Charles L. Overby is an Independent Director of Corrections Corporation of America. Mr. Overby has served as a member of the Audit Committee since February 2002 and as the Chair of the Nominating and Governance Committee since the committee was established in December 2002. From 1997 through 2011, Mr. Overby served as the chairman and chief executive officer of The Freedom Forum, an independent, non-partisan foundation dedicated to the First Amendment and media issues, as well as chief executive officer of its affiliates, The Diversity Institute and the Newseum, a museum about news and history in Washington, D.C. Mr. Overby is a former Pulitzer Prize-winning editor in Jackson, Mississippi. He worked 16 years for Gannett Co., the nation’s largest newspaper company, in various capacities, including as reporter, editor and corporate executive. He was vice president for news and communications for Gannett and served on the management committees of Gannett and USA TODAY. Mr. Overby currently serves on the board of the University of Mississippi Foundation.

John Prann

Mr. John R. Prann, Jr., is an Independent Director of Corrections Corporation of America. He has served as a director and member of the Compensation Committee since December 2000. Mr. Prann’s business experience includes service as the president and chief executive officer of Katy Industries, Inc., as a partner with the accounting firm of Deloitte & Touche and as a director of several private companies. Mr. Prann earned a B.A. in Biology from the University of California, Riverside and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago.

Joseph Russell

Mr. Joseph V. Russell is an Independent Director of Corrections Corporation of America. He has served as a Director since 1999. Mr. Russell is the Chair of the Compensation Committee and a member of the Executive and the Nominating and Governance Committees. Mr. Russell is the co-chairman and co-chief executive officer of Elan-Polo, Inc., a privately-held, world-wide producer and distributor of footwear. Mr. Russell graduated from the University of Tennessee in 1963 with a B.S. in Finance.

Karin Demler

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