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Thoman, Gordon 

Mr. Gordon Richard (Rick) Thoman has served as Independent Member of the Board of Directors of Schneider Electric SE since 2007. He is also Member of the Governance and Compensation Committee of the Company. He is Managing Partner of Corporate Perspectives (an American strategy consulting firm); member of the International board of advisors of INSEAD, the French American Foundation, the Americas Society, the Council of the Americas, Committee for Economic Development, McGill University School of Management, the Fletcher School and the Heritage Committee of the Institut des Hautes Etudes Internationales, IHEID (Geneva); Adjunct Professor at Columbia University and the Fletcher School; member of the Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations, Business Executives for National Security, New York Economics Club; Member of the board of directors. He previously was Member of the supervisory board of Schneider Electric SA. Mr. Thoman began his career at Citibank after receiving his BA from McGill University in Montreal and MA, MALD and Ph.D. from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (the result of a partnership between Tufts University and Harvard). He also graduated from the Hautes etudes internationales in Geneva. After working with Exxon Finance and McKinsey, he became Chairman and co-Executive Vice-President of American Express Travel Related Services. In 1992, he was appointed Chairman and CEO of Nabisco International. In 1993, he joined IBM as Senior Vice-President, Personal Systems Group, later becoming Financial Director. In 1997, he joined Xerox. He served as Chairman and CEO of Xerox from April 1999 to May 2000. Mr. Thoman is currently Managing Partner of Corporate Perspectives and is on the faculty of several US universities.

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