People: Kellogg Co (K.N)

K.N on New York Stock Exchange

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29 Jul 2014
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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

John Bryant

48 2014 Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer

Ronald Dissinger

55 2010 Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President

Gary Pilnick

49 2004 Senior Vice President, General Counsel - Corporate Development and Secretary

Samantha Long

46 2013 Senior Vice President - Global Human Resources

Alistair Hirst

54 2012 Senior Vice President - Global Supply Chain

Paul Norman

49 2013 Senior Vice President, Chief Growth Officer

Maribeth Dangel

48 2012 Vice President, Corporate Controller

Gordon Gund

74 2011 Lead Independent Director

James Jenness

67 2014 Non-Executive Director

Stephanie Burns

59 2014 Independent Director

Benjamin Carson

62 1997 Independent Director

John Dillon

75 2000 Independent Director

Donald Knauss

63 2007 Independent Director

Ann Korologos

72 1989 Independent Director

Mary Laschinger

53 2012 Independent Director

Cynthia Milligan

67 2013 Independent Director

La June Montgomery Tabron

51 2014 Independent Director

Rogelio Rebolledo

69 2008 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

John Bryant

Mr. John A. Bryant has been appointed as Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer of Kellogg Company effective July 1, 2014. Bryant has been a member of the company's board of directors since July 2010. He has been president and CEO since January 2011. Bryant joined Kellogg in 1998. Prior to becoming CEO, he held a variety of key senior leadership roles including chief financial officer, president of Kellogg North America, president of Kellogg International, and chief operating officer. Bryant also serves on the board of directors of Catalyst, The Consumer Goods Forum, Food Marketing Institute and Grocery Manufacturers Association. He received a degree from the Australian National University and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Ronald Dissinger

Mr. Ronald L. Dissinger is Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President of Kellogg Company. Mr. Dissinger joined Kellogg in 1987 as accounting supervisor, and during the next 14 years served in a number of key financial leadership roles, both in the United States and Australia. In 2001, he was promoted to Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, U.S. Morning Foods. In 2004, Mr. Dissinger became Vice President, Corporate Financial Planning, and CFO, Kellogg International. In 2005, he became Vice President and CFO, Kellogg Europe and CFO, Kellogg International. In 2007, Mr. Dissinger was appointed Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Kellogg North America.

Gary Pilnick

Mr. Gary H. Pilnick is Senior Vice President, General Counsel - Corporate Development and Secretary of Kellogg Company. Mr. Pilnick was appointed Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary in August 2003 and assumed responsibility for Corporate Development in June 2004. He joined Kellogg as Vice President — Deputy General Counsel and Assistant Secretary in September 2000 and served in that position until August 2003. Before joining Kellogg, he served as Vice President and Chief Counsel of Sara Lee Branded Apparel and as Vice President and Chief Counsel, Corporate Development and Finance at Sara Lee Corporation.

Samantha Long

Ms. Samantha J. Long is Senior Vice President - Global Human Resources of Kellogg Company. Ms. Long assumed her current position January 1, 2013. She joined the company in 2003 as Director, Human Resources for the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland and Middle East/Mediterranean businesses as well as the European finance, sales, human resources, research and development, information technology, communications and innovations functions. In 2006, Ms. Long transferred to the United States when she was promoted to Vice President, Human Resources, U.S. Morning Foods & Kashi. She also served as human resources business partner to the senior vice president of global human resources. From 2008 to 2013, she held the position of Vice President, Kellogg North America. Before joining the company, she was head of human resources for Sharp Electronics based in the United Kingdom. Prior to that role, she held a number of positions in her 15-year tenure with International Computers Limited, part of the Fujitsu family of companies.

Alistair Hirst

Mr. Alistair D. Hirst is Senior Vice President - Global Supply Chain of Kellogg Company, since April 2012. He joined the company in 1984 as a Food Technologist at the Springs, South Africa, plant. While at the facility, he was promoted to Quality Assurance Manager and Production Manager. From 1993-2001, Mr. Hirst held numerous positions in South Africa and Australia, including Production Manager, Plant Manager, and Director, Supply Chain. In 2001, Mr. Hirst was promoted to Director, Procurement at the Manchester, England, facility and was later named European Logistics Director. In 2005, he transferred to the U.S. when promoted to Vice President, Global Procurement. In 2008, he was promoted to Senior Vice President, Snacks Supply Chain and to Senior Vice President, North America Supply Chain, in October 2011.

Paul Norman

Mr. Paul T. Norman has been appointed as Senior Vice President, Chief Growth Officer of Kellogg Co., Mr. Paul Norman was appointed Senior Vice President, Kellogg Company in December 2005 and Chief Growth Officer in October 2013. Mr. Norman joined Kellogg’s U.K. sales organization in 1987. From 1989 to 1996, Mr. Norman was promoted to several marketing roles in France and Canada. He was promoted to director, marketing, Kellogg de Mexico in January 1997; to Vice President, Marketing, Kellogg USA in February 1999; to President, Kellogg Canada Inc. in December 2000; and to Managing Director, United Kingdom/Republic of Ireland in February 2002. In September 2004, Mr. Norman was appointed to Vice President, Kellogg Company, and President, U.S. Morning Foods. In August 2008, Mr. Norman was promoted to President, Kellogg International.

Maribeth Dangel

Ms. Maribeth A. Dangel has been appointed as Vice President and Corporate Controller of Kellogg Company, effective April 11, 2012. She joined Kellogg Company in 1997 as a manager in the tax department. In 2006, Ms. Dangel became a manager for accounting research, was promoted to director, corporate financial reporting in 2007, and was promoted to vice president, financial reporting in May 2010. Before joining the company, she was tax manager for Price Waterhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana. Prior to that role, she worked as a tax specialist for Dow Corning Corporation in Midland, Michigan.

Gordon Gund

Mr. Gordon Gund is Lead Independent Director of Kellogg Co. He has served as an Independent Director of the Company since 1986. He is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Gund Investment Corporation, which manages diversified investment activities. He is also a director of Corning Incorporated.

James Jenness

Mr. James M. Jenness is Non-Executive Director of Kellogg Company. He is no longer Executive Chairman of the Board of the Company effective July 1, 2014. Mr. Jenness has worked with and for Kellogg Company for 40 years. He has been a Kellogg Company board member since 2000. Jenness also served as the company's chief executive officer from February 2005 until Dec. 31, 2006. Prior to joining Kellogg, Jenness was co-founder and chief executive officer of Integrated Merchandising Systems LLC, and served as vice chairman and chief operating officer of Leo Burnett Company.

Stephanie Burns

Dr. Stephanie Burns, Ph.D., is an Independent Director of the Company. Dr. Burns has significant business insight and experience in global innovation as a result of her long-standing career in scientific research and management. She was instrumental in spearheading Dow Corning's investments in emerging markets, including China, India, Russia, Turkey, and Vietnam. Dr. Burns served as Dow Corning's first director of women's health and is the former chairman of the American Chemical Council. She served on President Obama's President's Export Council, and has been on the Forbes magazine 100 Most Powerful Women list for several years.

Benjamin Carson

Dr. Benjamin S. Carson, Sr., M.D., is an Independent Director of Kellogg Co., since 1997. He is Professor and Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery, The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, a position he has held since 1984, as well as Professor of Oncology, Plastic Surgery, Pediatrics and Neurosurgery at The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. Dr. Carson is also an accomplished author and frequent speaker on a variety of topics, including pediatric neurology, motivation and self-help for children, and community involvement. Dr. Carson is a director of Costco Wholesale Corporation.

John Dillon

Mr. John T. Dillon is an Independent Director of Kellogg Co. He is Senior Advisor of Evercore Partners. He retired in October 2003 as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of International Paper Company, a position he held since 1996, and retired as Chairman of the Business Roundtable in June 2003. Within the past five years, he has also served as a director of Caterpillar Inc. and E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company.

Donald Knauss

Mr. Donald R. Knauss is an Independent Director of Kellogg Co., since December 2007. Mr. Knauss was elected Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Clorox Company in October 2006. He was executive vice president of The Coca-Cola Company and president and chief operating officer for Coca-Cola North America from February 2004 until August 2006. Previously, he was president of the Retail Division of Coca-Cola North America from January 2003 through February 2004 and president and chief executive officer of The Minute Maid Company, a division of The Coca-Cola Company, from January 2000 until January 2003 and President of Coca-Cola Southern Africa from March 1998 until January 2000. Prior to that, 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 URS Corporation.

Ann Korologos

Ms. Ann McLaughlin Korologos is an Independent Director of Kellogg Co. She served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of RAND Corporation from April 2004 to April 2009. She is Chairman Emeritus of The Aspen Institute, a nonprofit organization, and is a former U.S. Secretary of Labor. She is also a director of AMR Corporation (and its subsidiary, American Airlines), Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc., Harman International Industries, Inc. and Vulcan Materials Company, and within the past five years, has also served as a director of Microsoft Corporation and Fannie Mae.

Mary Laschinger

Ms. Mary A. Laschinger has been appointed as an Independent Director of Kellogg Co., effective October 26, 2012. She is Senior Vice President of International Paper and president of its xpedx distribution business. She previously served as President of International Paper’s Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia business located in Belgium. Prior to that, Ms. Laschinger held various positions in product management and distribution at James River Corporation and Kimberly-Clark Corporation.

Cynthia Milligan

Ms. Cynthia H. Milligan is an Independent Director of Kellogg Company, since February 22, 2013. She served as Dean of the College of Business Administration at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, located in Lincoln, Nebraska, from June 1998 until May 2009, when she was named Dean Emeritus of the College of Business Administration. Before joining the University of Nebraska, Ms. Milligan served as president of Cynthia Milligan & Associates, and before that was a senior partner of a law firm in Lincoln, Nebraska. Ms. Milligan is a director of Wells Fargo & Company, Raven Industries, Inc., and 18 Calvert-sponsored mutual funds. She has also served as a member of the board of trustees of W.K. Kellogg Foundation since January 1999. She was Director of Banking and Finance for the State of Nebraska from 1987 until 1991, and she served as a director, Omaha Branch, of the Kansas City Federal Reserve from 2002 to 2007.

La June Montgomery Tabron

Ms. La June Montgomery Tabron is an Independent Director of the Company. As President and Chief Executive Officer of the W.K Kellogg Foundation, Montgomery Tabron oversees the Foundation's work ensuring optimal child development by focusing on educated and healthy kids, and secure families, as well as its commitments to community and civic engagements, and racial equality. During her 26-year career with the Foundation, Montgomery Tabron has been involved in all aspects of its operations, most recently as Executive Vice President for Operations and Chief Financial Officer. She is also a leading civic advocate, serving as president of the board of the Western Michigan University Foundation, and as a board member of many community organizations, including Southwest Michigan First, Battle Creek Community Health Partners, Bronson Methodist Hospital and the Mississippi Center for Education Innovation. She is a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Management Accountant.

Rogelio Rebolledo

Mr. Rogelio M. Rebolledo is an Independent Director of Kellogg Co., since October 2008. In 2007, Mr. Rebolledo retired from his position as chairman of PBG Mexico, the Mexican operations of Pepsi Bottling Group, Inc. He began his 30-year career with PepsiCo Inc. at Sabritas, the salty snack food unit of Frito-Lay International in Mexico. He was responsible for the development of the international Frito-Lay business, first in Latin America and then in Asia and Europe. From 2001 to 2003, he was president and chief executive officer of Frito-Lay International. He also served as president and chief executive officer of Pepsi Bottling Group’s Mexico operations from January 2004 until being named chairman. Mr. Rebolledo currently serves as a director of Best Buy Co., Inc., and within the past five years, has also served as a director of The Pepsi Bottling Group, Applebees Inc. and Grupo ALFA.

Options Compensation

Name Options Value

John Bryant

787,178 5,794,643

Ronald Dissinger

7,500 175,450

Gary Pilnick

96,400 1,572,470

Samantha Long

0 0

Alistair Hirst

34,690 613,191

Paul Norman

57,700 1,119,600

Maribeth Dangel

0 0

Gordon Gund

0 0

James Jenness

583,143 2,213,685

Stephanie Burns

0 0

Benjamin Carson

0 0

John Dillon

0 0

Donald Knauss

0 0

Ann Korologos

0 0

Mary Laschinger

0 0

Cynthia Milligan

0 0

La June Montgomery Tabron

0 0

Rogelio Rebolledo

0 0
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