Strategic Partners, Investors, Sponsors and Institutional Advisors
Institute for Excellence in Corporate Governance is supported by its strategic partners, strategic investors, corporate sponsors, and institutional advisors. Strategic partners and strategic investors are composed primarily of corporate service providers. Corporate sponsors represent corporations, and institutional advisors are drawn from organizations closely related to corporate America.
Strategic partners represent IECG’s outreach to professional service providers who assist corporate directors, senior management and institutional investors with timely advice in their specific areas of expertise. This relationship helps ensure that IECG is at the forefront of important developments throughout the entire spectrum of services affecting corporate governance.
Provide IECG with access to state-of-the-art expertise in the service areas benefiting corporate governance.
Develop and present, with UT Dallas faculty, programs that assist corporate directors, senior management, and institutional investors perform their duties.
Conduct research, in cooperation with UT Dallas faculty, on significant corporate governance issues.
Contribute to IECG a minimum of $20,000 per year.
A strategic investor’s role and responsibility is identical to that of a strategic partner with financial support at various levels.
Glenn Hunter, Executive Director
David J. Kohl, Senior Vice President & Principal
Mark Sinclair, Partner
Corporate sponsors provide important benefits because their representatives to IECG typically have strong ties to corporate directors, senior management, and institutional investors. They assist IECG in identifying and recruiting speakers and panelists, provide guidance on the effectiveness of planned programs and research, and suggest new activities for IECG.
Institutional advisers provide IECG guidance in the national/global arena of corporate governance. This group alerts IECG to impending changes and events broadly affecting corporate governance that should be incorporated into research and programs. Institutional advisers also work with strategic partners and corporate sponsors by providing another dimension of research and program review. In addition, institutional advisers provide speakers and access to other groups that can assist IECG in achieving its mission.
Robert A. Luettgen, Manager, Office of the Secretary
Kevin T. Six , Deloitte Tax LLP Partner
Jeffrey Curtis Corporate Attorney – SEC Mike L. Kovar, Executive Vice President Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer
Mark Smith, Vice President
Alan Halliburton, Chairman and CEO Geralyn DeBusk, President
Michael Cangemi, President and CEO William H. Baxley, Vice President Finance and Treasurer; The Freeman Companies. Paul Mason Executive Vice President and CFO, Fujitsu Transaction Solutions Inc.
John Torres, Chief Legal Officer
Dennis Miller, SVP & Controller Officer
Frederick E. (Shad) Rowe, President and Trustee, Investors for Director Accountability
Joseph F. Hubach, Senior Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel Melendy Lovett, Senior Vice President, President, Education Technology
Michael Emen, Senior Vice President of Listing Qualifications
Hala Elsherbini, Vice President Halliburton Investor Relations