People: Fairchild Semiconductor International Inc (FCS.O)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Mark Thompson

57 2014 Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer

Mark Frey

60 2006 Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President, Treasurer

Paul Delva

51 2005 Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary

Gaurang Shah

2014 Senior Vice President - Power Systems Group

Ronald Shelly

70 2008 Lead Independent Director

Catherine Lego

57 2013 Director

Charles Carinalli

65 2002 Independent Director

Randolph Carson

63 2009 Independent Director

Terry Klebe

59 2011 Independent Director

Anthony Lear

66 2008 Independent Director

Kevin McGarity

68 2005 Independent Director

Bryan Roub

72 2004 Independent Director

Dan Janson

IR Officer

Biographies

Name Description

Mark Thompson

Mr. Mark S. Thompson is Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer of Fairchild Semiconductor International, Inc. He became a director in May 2005 and was elected chairman of the board in May 2008. He has been Chief Executive Officer of Fairchild Semiconductor since May 2005 and was President from May 2005 until September 2012. He has 25 years of high-technology industry experience. Prior to joining the company in, Mr. Thompson had been Chief Executive Officer of Big Bear Networks, Inc., since August 2001. He was previously Vice President and General Manager of Tyco Electronics, Power Components Division and, prior to its acquisition by Tyco, was Vice President of Raychem Corporation’s Electronics OEM Division. He is a director of American Science and Engineering, Inc. Mr. Thompson has 25 years of high-technology industry experience. Mr. Thompson has an understanding of all aspects of the company, including management leadership, strategy development, day-to-day operations, product line management and new product and technology development, manufacturing, customer applications, electronic systems and components, distribution and other sales channels, business processes, international operations and global markets. He has previous senior management experience in the power electronics industry.

Mark Frey

Mr. Mark S. Frey is Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President, Treasurer of Fairchild Semiconductor International Inc. Mr. Frey joined Fairchild Semiconductor in March 2006. Prior to joining the company, Mr. Frey had been the Vice President, Finance and Corporate Controller for Lam Research Corporation since 1999. He was previously the Vice President of Finance for Raychem Corporation’s Electronics OEM division and he previously held financial positions with Activision and Memorex.

Paul Delva

Mr. Paul D. Delva is Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary of Fairchild Semiconductor International Inc. Mr. Delva joined Fairchild Semiconductor in 1999. He served as the company’s assistant general counsel following the company’s initial public offering in 1999. Mr. Delva was promoted to Vice President and General Counsel in April 2003 and became Corporate Secretary in May 2005. He became Senior Vice President in August 2005.

Gaurang Shah

Mr. Gaurang Shah is a Senior Vice President - Power Systems Group of the company. Mr. Shah brings more than 10 years of experience in business and organizational leadership, as well as a deep understanding and appreciation of technology to Fairchild. Most recently, he was vice president and general manager at Texas Instruments where he ran a variety of businesses including battery management, audio, imaging and high voltage products. Prior to Texas Instruments, Mr. Shah worked as a business manager and product designer at Maxim Integrated Products. He also has a technical background in IC design, gained during his previous roles at Cypress Semiconductor and Sun Microsystems. Mr. Shah graduated from Cornell University with a Master of Science and from Michigan Tech University where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering.

Ronald Shelly

Mr. Ronald W. Shelly is Lead Independent Director of Fairchild Semiconductor International Inc. He became a director in June 1998. Until his retirement in 1999, he was employed by Solectron Texas, an electronic manufacturing services company, where he served as its President from April 1996 until his retirement. Mr. Shelly has 33 years of experience in the semiconductor industry. Prior to joining Solectron, he was employed by Texas Instruments for 30 years, as Executive Vice President of Custom Manufacturing Services.

Catherine Lego

Ms. Catherine P. Lego has been appointed as Director of Fairchild Semiconductor International Inc., with effect from August 20, 2013. Lego formed Lego Ventures, LLC in 1992 to consult with early-stage technology companies. From 1999 to 2009 she served as the general partner of The Photonics Fund, an early-stage venture fund focused on investing in components and systems companies for the fiber optics telecommunications market. She previously practiced as a certified public accountant with the accounting firm Coopers & Lybrand. Lego is a member of the boards of directors, and chairs the audit committees, of SanDisk Corporation and Lam Research Corporation. She has also served on several other private and public company boards in the technology sector. She holds a B.A. in economics and biology from Williams College and an M.S. in accounting from the New York University Graduate School of Business.

Charles Carinalli

Mr. Charles P. Carinalli is an Independent Director of Fairchild Semiconductor International Inc., since February 2002. He has 40 years of experience in the semiconductor industry. From 1999 to 2001, he was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Adaptive Silicon, Inc., a fabless semiconductor company. From 1996 to 1999 he was President and Chief Executive Officer of Wavespan Corporation. He previously worked in several management and executive positions with National Semiconductor Corporation from 1970 to 1996, including as Senior Vice President and Chief Technical Officer from 1992 to 1996. Mr. Carinalli is a director of Extreme Networks, Inc. and Atmel Corporation.

Randolph Carson

Mr. Randolph W. Carson is an Independent Director of Fairchild Semiconductor International Inc. He became a director in March 2010. From 2000 to February 2010, Mr. Carson was Chief Executive Officer of Eaton Corporation’s Electrical business segment, a manufacturer of power distribution and power quality equipment with 2008 revenues of approximately $6.9 billion. Mr. Carson retired from Eaton in May 2010 following 10 years with the company. Prior to Eaton, Mr. Carson held several executive positions with Rockwell International. Mr. Carson is a director of Graftech International, Ltd. and Nordson Corporation.

Terry Klebe

Mr. Terry A. Klebe is an Independent Director of Fairchild Semiconductor International Inc., since May 2011. From February 2010 through April 2011, Mr. Klebe served as Vice Chairman of Cooper Industries plc, a multi-national manufacturing company with over 100 manufacturing facilities across the globe and businesses that ranged from high technology and software to electrical components and solutions. From November of 2002 to May of 2010, Mr. Klebe served as the Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Cooper Industries. Prior to his appointment as CFO, Mr. Klebe served in various senior level positions at Cooper Industries including Senior Vice President, Strategic Souring and Chief Information Technology Officer. Prior to joining Cooper Industries in 1995, Mr. Klebe was a partner at Ernst & Young LLP. In addition to his role at Cooper Industries, Mr. Klebe has served as Vice Chairman of the Board and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Apex Tool Group, a jointly owned company with Danaher Corporation with $1.3 billion in revenue and operations throughout the world. Mr. Klebe serves as a trustee of Pneumo Abex Trust.

Anthony Lear

Mr. Anthony Lear is an Independent Director of Fairchild Semiconductor International Inc., since September 2008. He was Senior Vice President and Regional Executive of NXP Semiconductors, an international semiconductor manufacturing company, from its spin-off from Philips Semiconductors in October 2006 until his retirement in July 2007. He was previously Senior Vice President and General Manager, Greater China, at Philips Semiconductors from 2003 to 2006. Prior to that, he was Chief Executive Officer of SSMC, a privately held silicon wafer foundry company in Singapore. He joined Philips Electronics in 1996 as Senior Vice President and General Manager of the semiconductor division in Germany and previously held senior management positions at Seagate Microelectronics, Integrated Power Semiconductors and Texas Instruments. He has served as a director on a number of company boards, including Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd. (ASMC), a Shanghai-based public company, and two privately held joint venture companies in China, T3G and Jilin NXP Semiconductor Ltd. Mr. Lear has 40 years of high-tech and semiconductor industry experience with an background in operations, technology and business strategy management. He has senior executive experience managing international businesses and direct experience managing businesses in China for an international semiconductor company.

Kevin McGarity

Mr. Kevin J. McGarity is an Independent Director of Fairchild Semiconductor International Inc., since November 2005. From 1988 to 1999, he served as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing and Sales for Texas Instruments. In addition, during his career with Texas Instruments, he had responsibility for Global Semiconductor IT and Quality and spent five years living in Europe in a variety of managerial positions. He is currently a consultant to global companies in the semiconductor industry. Mr. McGarity serves as a director of Altera Corporation.

Bryan Roub

Mr. Bryan R. Roub is an Independent Director of Fairchild Semiconductor International Inc., since March 2004. He was Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Harris Corporation, an international communications equipment and systems company, from 1984 until his retirement in 2006. He was previously Executive Vice President-Finance at Midland-Ross Corporation. Prior to that, he was a member of the audit staff of Ernst & Ernst. He is a past Chairman of Financial Executives International (FEI) and a member of the American Institute of CPAs.

Dan Janson

Basic Compensation

Name Fiscal Year Total

Mark Thompson

5,588,910

Mark Frey

1,837,720

Paul Delva

1,268,440

Gaurang Shah

--

Ronald Shelly

--

Catherine Lego

--

Charles Carinalli

--

Randolph Carson

--

Terry Klebe

--

Anthony Lear

--

Kevin McGarity

--

Bryan Roub

--

Dan Janson

--
As Of 29 Dec 2013

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