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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

David Sutherland

64 2014 Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board

Mario Longhi

59 2013 President, Chief Executive Officer, Director

David Burritt

58 2013 Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President

David Britten

54 2014 Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer

Larry Brockway

54 2013 Senior Vice President, Chief Risk Officer, Treasurer

Suzanne Folsom

52 2014 Senior Vice President - Governmental Affairs, General Counsel

Susan Suver

54 2013 Senior Vice President - Human Resources and Administration

George Babcoke

57 2013 Senior Vice President - European Operations and Global Safety, President - U. S. Steel Kosice

Douglas Matthews

48 2013 Senior Vice President - North American Flat-Rolled Operations

David Rintoul

56 2014 Senior Vice President - Tubular Business

Michael Williams

53 2013 Senior Vice President - Strategic Planning and Business Development

Charles Balawajder

57 2013 Chief Information Officer, Vice President

ANTHONY BRIDGE

59 2014 Vice President- Engineering and Technology

John Quaid

42 2014 Vice President - Iron Ore

Geoff Turk

50 2014 Vice President - Transformation

Colleen Darragh

44 2014 Acting Controller

Dan Dinges

60 2010 Independent Director

John Drosdick

70 2003 Independent Director

John Engel

52 2011 Independent Director

Richard Gephardt

73 2005 Independent Director

Murry Gerber

61 2012 Independent Director

Thomas LaSorda

59 2013 Independent Director

Charles Lee

74 2001 Independent Director

Glenda McNeal

53 2007 Independent Director

Seth Schofield

74 2011 Independent Presiding Director

Patricia Tracey

63 2007 Independent Director

Dan Lesnak

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Biographies

Name Description

David Sutherland

Mr. David S. Sutherland has been appointed as Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board of United States Steel Corporation., effective Jan. 1, 2014. Mr. Sutherland earned a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Saskatchewan and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Pittsburgh’s Katz Graduate School of Business. Mr. Sutherland retired as President and Chief Executive Officer of the former IPSCO, Inc., a leading North American steel producer, in July 2007 after spending thirty years with the company and more than five as President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Sutherland became the non-executive Chairman of the Board of U. S. Steel on January 1, 2014. Mr. Sutherland is a director of GATX Corporation and Imperial Oil, Ltd. Mr. Sutherland is a former chairman of the American Iron and Steel Institute and served as a member of the board of directors of IPSCO, Inc., ZCL Composites Inc., the Steel Manufacturers Association, the International Iron and Steel Institute, the Canadian Steel Producers Association and the National Association of Manufacturers.

Mario Longhi

Mr. Mario Longhi is President, Chief Executive Officer and Director of United States Steel Corp. Mario Longhi joined U. S. Steel in July 2012 to serve as executive vice president & chief operating officer. He was appointed president and chief operating officer in June 2013 and was elected president and chief executive officer in September 2013. Prior to joining U. S. Steel, Mr. Longhi spent six years at Gerdau Ameristeel Corporation, serving first as president from 2005 through 2006 and then additionally in the role of chief executive officer from 2006 until 2011. Before his arrival at Gerdau Ameristeel, Mr. Longhi spent 23 years at Alcoa, Inc., which he joined in 1982 as a construction superintendent for the company’s Alumar Refinery in his native Brazil. During his time with the company, he advanced through increasingly responsible positions in Brazil, the United States and Switzerland, including tenures as president – Alcoa Wheels International, president – Alcoa Forgings Division, president and chief executive officer – Howmet Castings, and Alcoa vice president and group president – Global Extrusions. Mr. Longhi began his career in the metals industry in 1978 as an engineer at Cobrasma, a Babcock and Wilcox licensee for the sale, design and manufacture of pressure vessels for use in South America. A native of Tatui, state of São Paulo, Brazil, Mr. Longhi earned a bachelor’s degree in metallurgical engineering from the Institute Mauá de Tecnologica in São Paulo. He became an American citizen in 2007. Mr. Longhi serves as a member of the board of directors of RTI International Metals, Inc. During his career, he has also been active in several prominent industry trade associations and has served as chairman, director and executive committee member of the Steel Manufacturers Association and director of the American Iron and Steel Institute.

David Burritt

Mr. David B. Burritt has been appointed as Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President of United States Steel Corporation effective September 1, 2013. Until June 2010 Burritt, 58, served as chief financial officer at Caterpillar Inc., the world's manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, diesel and natural gas engines, industrial gas turbines and diesel-electric locomotives. In his CFO role, he was not only the principal financial officer with responsibility for global finance and related services, but also had responsibility for strategic support including business risk management, business development, revenue management, business economics, competitive analysis, and mergers and acquisitions. During more than 32 years with Caterpillar, Burritt helped lead several important transformations and employee development initiatives at the company, including his role as business measurements manager to support Caterpillar's 1990 reorganization into accountable business units, as well as his role as corporate champion for the 2001 company-wide Six Sigma deployment. More recently, he provided leadership that helped Caterpillar effectively navigate the global recession and related recovery. Prior to joining Caterpillar in 1978 Burritt was a staff auditor at Price Waterhouse in the Peoria, Ill. office. Burritt currently serves on the board of directors for Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) and Global Brass and Copper (NYSE: BRSS). He is a certified public accountant and a certified management accountant and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Institute of Management Accountants. Burritt earned a bachelor's degree in accounting in 1977 from Bradley University in Peoria, Ill., and received a master's degree in business administration from the University of Illinois in Champaign in 1990. He and his wife, Lynn, will reside in Pittsburgh.

David Britten

Mr. David L. Britten is Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer of United States Steel Corporation effective July 1, 2013. He joined U. S. Steel in 2011 as Vice President – Tubular Technology and Business Development, and was named Senior Vice President – Tubular Operations in 2013. Prior to joining U. S. Steel he served as Executive Vice President of SSAB and President of SSAB's Americas division.

Larry Brockway

Mr. Larry T. Brockway is Senior Vice President, Chief Risk Officer, Treasurer of United States Steel Corporation. He began his career with Marathon Oil Corporation in 1981 as an accounting intern in the Findlay, Ohio, office and advanced through various accounting posts there and in Marathon's Houston, Texas, office. In 1997, he transferred to Pittsburgh to serve as manager -- structured finance for USX Corporation. Brockway was named director of corporate finance in 2000 and director of strategic planning in 2001. He was named assistant treasurer of corporate finance for U. S. Steel following the company's December 31, 2001, spin-off from USX Corporation. Brockway was elected to his most recent post, vice president and treasurer, in 2004. He graduated from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, in 1982 with a bachelor's degree in accounting. He serves on the board of directors of the United States Steel and Carnegie Pension Fund and is a member of the Fund's Investment Committee. He is also a member of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's board of trustees.

Suzanne Folsom

Ms. Suzanne Rich Folsom is the Senior Vice President - Governmental Affairs, General Counsel of the Company. Prior to joining U. S. Steel, Folsom served as executive vice president, general counsel and chief compliance officer of ACADEMI LLC, a leading global innovative security solutions provider to the federal government and commercial clients, where she transformed the legal and compliance program, setting a gold standard for that industry. Previously, she served as deputy general counsel and chief regulatory and compliance officer for American International Group where she established and implemented best-in-class regulatory and compliance processes, helping to remediate the company's material weaknesses. Folsom and her team were widely praised by international regulators for their extraordinary efforts during a time of heightened concern over the global financial crisis. She also held the position of counselor to the president of the World Bank Group, and director of its Department of Institutional Integrity, where she was charged with responsibility for leading the bank's global anti-corruption initiatives. In addition, Folsom previously practiced law with O'Melveny & Myers and Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft. Recently, Corporate Secretary Magazine awarded Folsom its 2013 Governance Professional of the Year Award; the Ethisphere Institute named her to its 2013 Attorneys Who Matter-Top General Counsel list; and Inside Counsel magazine recognized her as one of the 2013 Top 100 Female In-House Counsel. She serves on the Advisory Board of Global Leaders in Law, the Association of Corporate Counsel's WMACCA-Global Issues Forum Committee, is Co-chair of Inside Counsel magazine's 2014 Women, Influence, Power in the Law Conference, and remains actively involved in a number of charitable endeavors. Folsom is a graduate of Duke University and Georgetown University Law Center.

Susan Suver

Mrs. Susan M. Suver is Senior Vice President - Human Resources and Administration of United States Steel Corporation. Prior to joining U. S. Steel, she served as corporate vice president, Global Human Resources for Arrow Electronics, Inc., a global provider of industrial and commercial electronic components and computer products; and as vice president, Organization Effectiveness and Communications for Phelps Dodge Corporation. Suver holds a bachelor's degree in communications from Arizona State University and completed the University of Michigan's Advanced Executive Human Resources Program and the Global Executive Management Program at the Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management. Suver is a member of the board of directors of the HR Policy Association, and chairs its Workforce Development-Public Policy Committee. She serves on the board of trustees for Robert Morris University and is a member of the board of directors for the Pennsylvania Economy League of Southwestern Pennsylvania, and Vibrant Pittsburgh, a regional economic development organization with a focus on increasing diversity in greater Pittsburgh.

George Babcoke

Mr. George F. Babcoke has been appointed as Senior Vice President - European Operations and Global Safety, President - U. S. Steel Kosice of United States Steel Corp., effective July 1, 2013. He joined U. S. Steel in 1976 at Gary Works' general services department in Gary, Ind. He moved into management in 1981 and advanced through increasingly responsible positions in operations at Gary Works and the former USS/KOBE joint venture in Lorain, Ohio. In 2001, he was appointed general manager of Gary Works, and in 2004, he was named managing director -- engineering and technology for the company. Babcoke was elected vice president - plant operations in 2005 and named to his current position, senior vice president - European operations and president - U. S. Steel Kosice, in March 2008. Babcoke received a bachelor's degree in organizational management from Calumet College and a master's degree in management from National-Louis University.

Douglas Matthews

Mr. Douglas R. Matthews has been appointed as Senior Vice President - North American Flat-Rolled Operations of United States Steel Corp., effective July 1, 2013. He has served as Senior Vice President - Tubular Operations of the Company. He joined U. S. Steel in 1988 as a management associate at the Edgar Thomson Plant, Mon Valley Works’ steelmaking facility near Pittsburgh, Pa. He progressed through increasingly responsible management roles in electrical and caster maintenance at the Edgar Thomson Plant and the coating operations at Mon Valley Works’ Irvin Plant, a Pittsburgh-area rolling and finishing facility, before being transferred to PRO-TEC Coating Company, U. S. Steel’s joint venture with Kobe Steel of Japan located in Leipsic, Ohio, in 1997 to manage the installation and commissioning of the facility’s second continuous galvanizing line. From 1998 to 2003, Mr. Matthews oversaw iron production at the former USS/KOBE steelmaking venture in Lorain, Ohio, and at Gary Works in Gary, Ind., respectively. He was named division manager of steelmaking and casting at Gary Works in 2003 and was promoted to general manager of blast furnace engineering and technology at the company’s Pittsburgh headquarters in 2005. Mr. Matthews was appointed vice president and general director of the former U. S. Steel Serbia, d.o.o. in May 2006. Mr. Matthews was named president and general manager of U. S. Steel Canada in October 2007 when U. S. Steel completed its acquisition of Canadian steelmaker Stelco Inc. In that role, he was responsible for overseeing operations at the company’s Canadian subsidiary, which includes two steelmaking and finishing facilities in southern Ontario – Hamilton Works in Hamilton and Lake Erie Works in Nanticoke. Mr. Matthews graduated from Pennsylvania State University in 1987 with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and received a master’s degree in business administration from Duquesne University in 1993.

David Rintoul

Mr. David J. Rintoul is Senior Vice President - Tubular Business of the Company. He joined U. S. Steel in 2007 with more than 30 years of steelmaking experience in the United States and Canada. Prior to his current role, Rintoul served as President of U. S. Steel's operations in Slovakia.

Michael Williams

Mr. Michael S. Williams has been appointed as Senior Vice President - Strategic Planning and Business Development of United States Steel Corporation effective July 1, 2013. He has served as Senior Vice President - North American Flat-Rolled Operations of the Company. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in information science with a minor in economics in 1983 from the University of Pittsburgh. In 1998, he graduated from Indiana University at Bloomington’s Executive Management Program. Before joining U. S. Steel in 1992, Mr. Williams held increasingly responsible managerial positions at several companies including Koppers Corporation and Armco Steel Corporation. He began his U. S. Steel career at the company’s Mon Valley Works near Pittsburgh, Pa., as a senior process control engineer. In 1994, he advanced to division manager-systems and process control at Gary Works in Gary, Ind., before assuming oversight responsibilities for some of the facility’s steel producing operations in 1996. During the next three years, he served as division manager for steel producing-South, steel producing-North and hot rolling. In 1999, Mr. Williams accepted a position with Ormet Corporation. He progressed through executive posts in both operations and sales before he was named president and chief operations officer in 2002 and president and chief executive officer in 2004. In 2006, Mr. Williams joined Cleveland, Ohio-based Special Metals Corporation as vice president-commercial products. Mr. Williams returned to U. S. Steel as general manager of Gary Works in September 2006. He was elected vice president-Operations, Midwest in March 2008 and oversaw operations at Gary Works, which includes the East Chicago Tin Plant and the Midwest Plant; Granite City Works in Granite City, Ill.; Fairfield Works’ flat-rolled operation; and Minnesota Ore Operations.

Charles Balawajder

Mr. Charles G. Balawajder is the Chief Information Officer, Vice President of United States Steel Corporation. He previously served as vice president, information technology and chief information officer at UTC Climate, Controls, and Security (CCS), a $ 17 billion division of United Technologies Corporation. At UTC CCS, Balawajder led the company's global information technology organization through the development of a multi-year system strategy concentrating on web-based, single instance technologies. He also led the IT team during the company's $1billion European acquisition. Prior to joining UTC, Balawajder was with General Electric in their Lighting and Capital groups, respectively, where he served in a series of IT leadership positions. Among his responsibilities, Balwajder directed the information technology organization's customer service improvements and productivity enhancements including Oracle financials, and implementing service systems throughout the company utilizing Six Sigma methodology. A McKeesport, Pa., native, Balawajder earned a bachelor's of science degree in chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh and a master's degree in business administration from Kent State University.

ANTHONY BRIDGE

John Quaid

Mr. John J. Quaid has been appointed as Vice President - Iron Ore of the company., Effective Jan. 1, 2014. Quaid, 41, joined U. S. Steel in 2002 and has advanced through positions in investor relations, business planning, the company's European operations, accounting and finance, and has served as vice president and treasurer since August 2011.

Geoff Turk

Mr. Geoff M. Turk is Vice President - Transformation of the Company. He joins U. S. Steel following a 24-year career with Caterpillar, where he most recently served as director of the company's advanced components and systems product business. He has significant expertise in manufacturing leadership, business transformation, innovation and Six Sigma methodologies, having played an instrumental leadership role in Caterpillar's global Six Sigma deployment. Prior to Caterpillar, Turk worked in the automotive industry at General Motors and Diamond Star Motors, a Mitsubishi and Chrysler joint venture. Turk is a 1987 graduate of General Motors Institute (now Kettering Institute), where he earned a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering. He completed Bradley University's Management for the 21st Century Program and the Advanced Executive Development Program at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School. He will be relocating from Peoria, Ill., to the company's headquarters in Pittsburgh.

Colleen Darragh

Ms. Colleen M. Darragh is appointed as Acting Controller of United States Steel Corporation effective July 17, 2014. Ms. Darragh joined U. S. Steel in 2006 as Director of External Reporting and held a series of positions in U. S. Steel’s accounting organization including Executive Director—Finance of U. S. Steel Serbia, d.o.o. She most recently served as General Manager Benefits Accounting & Analysis and Assistant Controller.

Dan Dinges

Mr. Dan O. Dinges is an Independent Director of United States Steel Corporation. Mr. Dinges graduated from the University of Texas with a BBA degree in Petroleum Land Management. Mr. Dinges began his career with Mobil Oil Corporation in 1978. From 1981 to 2001, Mr. Dinges worked in a variety of management positions with Samedan Oil Corporation, a subsidiary of Noble Affiliates, Inc. (now Noble Energy Inc.). In September 2001, Mr. Dinges joined Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation as its President and Chief Operating Officer, and assumed his current position in May 2002. Mr. Dinges serves on the Board of Directors of Spitzer Industries, Inc., the American Natural Gas Alliance, the American Exploration & Production Council and the Foundation for Energy Education. Mr. Dinges previously served on the Board of Directors of Lone Star Technologies, Inc.

John Drosdick

Mr. John G. Drosdick is an Independent Director of United States Steel Corporation. Mr. Drosdick graduated from Villanova University with a BS degree in chemical engineering and received a master’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Massachusetts. From 1968 to 1983, Mr. Drosdick worked in a wide variety of management positions with Exxon Corporation. He was named President of Tosco Corporation in 1987 and President of Ultramar Corporation in 1992. In 1996, Mr. Drosdick became President and Chief Operating Officer of Sunoco and was elected Chairman and Chief Executive Officer in May 2000. He retired from his positions as Chief Executive Officer and President of Sunoco effective as of August 8, 2008 and as Chairman of Sunoco effective as of December 31, 2008. Mr. Drosdick is Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the PNC Funds and PNC Advantage Funds and a director of Triumph Group, Inc. Mr. Drosdick previously served on the Board of Directors of H.J. Heinz Co., Lincoln National Corporation and Sunoco Logistic, Inc.

John Engel

Mr. John J. Engel, Jr., is an Independent Director of United States Steel Corporation. Mr. Engel graduated from Villanova University in 1984 with a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering. He received his MBA from the University of Rochester in 1991. Mr. Engel began his career with General Electric Company where he held various engineering, manufacturing and general management positions from 1985 to 1994. From 1994 to 1999, Mr. Engel served as Vice President and General Manager of Allied Signal, Inc.; from 1999 to 2002, as Executive Vice President and Senior Vice President of Perkin Elmer, Inc.; and from 2003 to 2004, as Senior Vice President and General Manager of Gateway, Inc. Mr. Engel joined WESCO International, Inc. in 2004 and served as Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer from 2004 to 2009. He became a Director in October 2008 and served as President, Chief Executive Officer and Director from 2009 until 2011. He assumed his current position of Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer in May 2011.

Richard Gephardt

Congressman Richard A. Gephardt is an Independent Director of United States Steel Corporation. Congressman Gephardt received a Bachelor of Science degree from Northwestern University and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Michigan Law School. After serving as a Democratic committeeman and alderman in his native St. Louis, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives in 1976, representing Missouri’s Third District. He was re-elected 13 times. While in the House, Congressman Gephardt served on the Budget Committee and on the Ways and Means Committee. He was elected Chairman of the House Democratic Caucus in 1984; and he served as majority leader from 1989 to 1994. In 1994 he was elected House Democratic Leader, the top Democratic leadership position in the House. He served as minority leader from 1995 to 2003. After deciding not to seek re-election, Congressman Gephardt retired from the House on January 3, 2005. Congressman Gephardt has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Gephardt Group, a multi-disciplined consulting firm, since 2005. He is a director of Spirit Aerosystems Holdings, Inc., Centene Corporation, CenturyLink, Inc. and Ford Motor Company. He previously served as a director of Embarq Corporation and Dana Holding Corporation.

Murry Gerber

Mr. Murry S. Gerber has served as an Independent Director of United States Steel Corp since July 31, 2012. Mr. Gerber received a Bachelors degree in Geology from Augustana College and a Masters Degree in Geology from the University of Illinois. From 1979 to 1998, Mr. Gerber served in a series of technical and management positions with Shell Oil Company, including Chief Executive Officer of Coral Energy, L.P. (now Shell Trading North America) from 1995 to 1998. Mr. Gerber served as Chief Executive Officer and President of EQT Corporation from June 1998 through February 2007; Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from May 2000 through April 2010; and Executive Chairman from April 2010 until May 2011. Mr. Gerber is also a member of the Boards of Directors of BlackRock, Inc. and Halliburton Company.

Thomas LaSorda

Mr. Thomas W. LaSorda is an Independent Director of United States Steel Corp. Mr. LaSorda graduated from University of Windsor in 1977 with a Bachelor of Arts and Commerce. He received his MBA from the University of Windsor in 1980. Mr. LaSorda began his career with General Motors Corporation where he held various manufacturing and management positions from 1977 to 2000, including Vice President, Quality, Reliability & Competitive Operations Implementation for GM North America, from 1998 to 2000. In 2000, Mr. LaSorda joined Chrysler Group where he served as Senior Vice President from 2000 to 2004, Chief Operating Officer from 2004 to 2005, a member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG from 2004 to 2007, President and Chief Executive Officer of Chrysler Group from 2005 to 2007 and Vice Chairman, President and a member of the Board of Managers of Chrysler LLC from 2007 to 2009. Mr. LaSorda joined Fisker Automotive as its Vice Chairman commencing in December 2011, and assumed the additional position of Chief Executive Officer in 2012. He left Fisker Automotive in August of 2012. Mr. LaSorda previously served as a director of Electrovaya, Inc., AGCO Corporation, and Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd. He is also the founder of IncWell LP, a private venture capital fund.

Charles Lee

Mr. Charles R. Lee is an Independent Director of United States Steel Corporation . Mr. Lee received a Bachelor’s degree in metallurgical engineering from Cornell University and an MBA with distinction from the Harvard Graduate School of Business. He served in various financial and management positions before becoming Senior Vice President-Finance for Penn Central Corporation and then Columbia Pictures Industries Inc. In 1983, he joined GTE Corporation (which merged with Bell Atlantic Corporation to form Verizon Communications in 2000) as Senior Vice President of Finance and in 1986 was named Senior Vice President of Finance and Planning. He was elected President, Chief Operating Officer and director in December 1988 and was elected Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of GTE in May 1992. Mr. Lee served as Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer of Verizon from June 2000 to March 2002 and as Non-Executive Chairman until December 31, 2003. Mr. Lee is a director of Marathon Petroleum Corporation and DirecTV Group. He previously served on the Board of Directors of Marathon Oil Corporation , The Procter & Gamble Company and United Technologies Corporation. Mr. Lee is also a member of the Board of Overseers of the Weill Medical College of Cornell University and Trustee Emeritus of Cornell University.

Glenda McNeal

Ms. Glenda G. McNeal is an Independent Director of United States Steel Corporation. Ms. McNeal received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting from Dillard University and an MBA in Finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Ms. McNeal began her career with Arthur Andersen, LLP in 1982, and was employed by Salomon Brothers, Inc. from 1987 to 1989. In 1989, Ms. McNeal joined American Express Company and since that time has served in a series of increasingly responsible positions for that company. She assumed her current position in 2011. Ms. McNeal is a director of RLJ Lodging Trust, Vente-Privee USA and the UNCF.

Seth Schofield

Mr. Seth E. Schofield is an Independent Presiding Director of United States Steel Corporation. Mr. Schofield graduated from the Harvard Business School Program for Management Development in 1975. He served in various corporate staff positions after joining USAir in 1957 and became Executive Vice President-Operations in 1981. Mr. Schofield served as President and Chief Operating Officer from 1990 until 1991. He was elected President and Chief Executive Officer in 1991 and became Chairman of the boards of USAir Group and USAir, Inc. in 1992. He retired in January 1996. Mr. Schofield is a director of Marathon Petroleum Corporation and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Calgon Carbon Corporation. He previously served on the Board of Directors of Marathon Oil Corporation.

Patricia Tracey

Vice Admiral Patricia A. Tracey is an Independent Director of United States Steel Corporation. Vice Admiral Tracey received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from the College of New Rochelle and a Masters Degree in Operations Research from the Naval Postgraduate School. From 1970 to 2004, Vice Admiral Tracey served in a series of increasingly responsible positions with the United States Navy, including Chief of Naval Education and Training from 1996 to 1998; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Military Manpower and Personnel Policy) from 1998 to 2001; and Director, Navy Staff from 2001 to 2004. Vice Admiral Tracey served as a consultant to the United States Navy from 2004 to 2005 and to the Department of Defense from 2005 to 2006. In 2006, Vice Admiral Tracey served as a Senior Fellow at the Center for Naval Analysis, prior to taking a position as Client Industry Executive with Electronic Data Systems Corporation. Hewlett Packard Co. acquired Electronic Data Systems Corporation in August of 2008. Vice Admiral Tracey assumed her current position as Vice President, Homeland Security and Defense Services with Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services in September 2012.

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