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A transformational leader with a remarkable record of achievement, General Stanley A. McChrystal was called "one of America's greatest warriors" by Secretary of Defense Robert Gates. A retired four-star general, he is the former commander of U.S. and International Security Assistance Forces (ISAF) Afghanistan and the former commander of the premier military counter-terrorism force, Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC). He is best known for developing and implementing the current counter-insurgency strategy in Afghanistan, and for creating a comprehensive counter-terrorism organization that revolutionized the interagency operating culture.
The son of Major General McChrystal, General McChrystal graduated from West Point in 1976 and joined the infantry. He began his military career as a platoon commander in the 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Over the course of his career, he held several leadership and staff positions in the Army Special Forces, Army Rangers, 82nd Airborne Division and the XVIII Army Airborne Corp and the Joint Staff. He is a graduate of the US Naval War College and he completed fellowships at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government in 1997 and at the Council on Foreign Relations in 2000.
After 9/11, until his retirement in 2010, General McChrystal spent more than seven years deployed to combat in a variety of leadership positions. In 2002, he was the chief of staff for military operations in Afghanistan. A year later he was selected to deliver nationally televised Pentagon briefings about military operations in Iraq. From 2003 to 2008, General McChrystal commanded JSOC where he led the US Military's counter-terrorism efforts all over the world. From the summer of 2008 until June of 2009, General McChrystal was the Director of the Joint Staff. In June of 2009, the President of the United States and the Secretary General of NATO appointed General McChrystal to be the Commander of US Forces Afghanistan and NATO ISAF. His command included more than 150,000 troops from 45 allied countries. On August 1, 2010 General McChrystal retired from the US Army.
General McChrystal is currently the Co-Founder of the McChrystal Group and a senior fellow at Yale University's Jackson Institute for Global Affairs where he teaches a course on Leadership in Operation.
General McChrystal sits on the board of the Yellow Ribbon Fund, Navistar International Corporation and JetBlue. He is also heading the White House Initiative, Joining Forces dedicated to encouraging companies, schools, philanthropic and religious groups and local communities to recognize the stress that is endured by families of active-duty personnel, reservists and veterans, and to strive to meet their needs.
General McChrystal resides in Alexandria, Virginia with his wife of 34 years, Annie.
Lieutenant General John B. Sylvester's last duty position was Chief of Staff, Headquarters, United States European Command, Stuttgart, Germany. He assumed that duty on November 4, 2002 and relinquished it on August 2, 2004. He retired on October 1, 2004 after more than 36 years of active service. He is now a business leader in Alexandria, Virginia.
Lieutenant General Sylvester began his service as a private soldier and was commissioned from Infantry OCS as an Armor officer in 1968. His military education includes the Armor Officer Basic Course, the Field Artillery Officer Advanced Course, the Army Command and General Staff College, and the Army War College. He holds a Master of Science degree in Education from Long Island University and a Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University. His military service includes small unit leadership in Vietnam, four different Company level Commands, Battalion Command on the Inter-German border during the Cold War, Brigade Command during Operations DESERT SHIELD/DESERT STORM, three tours as a general officer in Bosnia culminating in US and NATO Command of over 35,000 troops from 37 Nations, five tours in Germany and the Netherlands, and a wide variety of troop and staff assignments in the United States.
His service with soldiers includes: Platoon Leader and later Commander, B Company, 2nd Battalion, 13th Armor; Platoon Leader, and later Squadron Motor Officer, 2nd Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, Vietnam; Commander, C Company, 5th Battalion, 33rd Armor; Commander, Troop I, 17th Cavalry; Platoon Leader, Air Cavalry Troop and later Commander, E Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment; G3 Operations, Allied Forces Central Europe Reserve Corps; S3, 4th Brigade, 4th Infantry Division; Commander, 1st Battalion, 68th Armor, 8th Infantry Division; Commander, Tiger Brigade, 2nd Armored Division, Operations DESERT SHIELD/DESERT STORM; Commander, 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division; Assistant Division Commander (Support and then Maneuver), 1st Infantry Division; and Commander, Stabilization Force (SFOR), Operation JOINT FORGE, Bosnia- Herzegovina.
His staff assignments include: Senior Maneuver Instructor, United States Army Field Artillery School; Instructor, Department of Military Instruction, United States Military Academy at West Point; Special Assistant to the Commanding General and Chief of Staff, 8th Infantry Division; Director, Unit Training, United States Army Training and Doctrine Command; Director, Command and Staff Department and later Chief of Staff, United States Army Armor School; Director of Center for Army Tactics, United States Army Command and General Staff College; Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2/G-3 (Operations), Allied Command Europe Rapid Reaction Corps, Germany and Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR, Bosnia; Director of Operations, Allied Forces Central Europe, The Netherlands; Assistant Chief of Staff for Military Operations SFOR (Sarajevo), Operation JOINT GUARD, Bosnia; Deputy Chief of Staff for Training, United States Army Training and Doctrine Command; Chief of Staff, United States Army Training and Doctrine Command and Chief of Staff, United States European Command.
Lieutenant General Sylvester's awards include: four Defense Distinguished Service Medals; two Army Distinguished Service Medals, the Silver Star; three awards of the Legion of Merit; the Bronze Star Medal with "V" Device; the Bronze Star Medal; four awards of the Meritorious Service Medal; four awards of the Army Commendation Medal; the Army Achievement Medal; the Army Aviator Badge; the National Order of Merit of France and the Gold Order of Service to the Hungarian Republic.
Robert B. Coutts retired from Lockheed Martin Corporation as the Executive Vice President of the Electronic Systems Business Area on April 1, 2008. He was promoted to this position in October 1999 and was responsible for the Corporation's $12 billion Electronic Systems business area. He previously was President and Chief Operating Officer of the $7 billion Systems Integration business area, having been appointed to that position in September 1998. Earlier, Coutts was President of Lockheed Martin Government Electronic Systems in Moorestown, New Jersey. He was elected an officer of the Corporation by the Lockheed Martin Board of Directors in December 1996. Coutts was also a member of the board of directors of Lockheed Martin Finance Corporation, Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems, Inc., Lockheed Martin UK and Lockheed Martin Espana.
Coutts was elected Chairman of the Board of Directors of Sandia Corporation (a wholly owned subsidiary of Lockheed Martin Corporate which manages Sandia National Laboratories for the Department of Energy) in 2007. He retained this position until his retirement in April 2008.
Coutts joined Aero & Naval Systems of Lockheed Martin as President in August 1994. Previously, he served as Vice President, Material Acquisition and Subcontract Management for Martin Marietta, where he supported 15 locations across the major aerospace groups of the Corporation.
Prior to joining Martin Marietta during the GE Aerospace merger in 1993, Coutts served as General Manager of the GE Aerospace Operations Syracuse-Utica Division, where he was responsible for the production of radar and sonar systems representing more than $400 million in annual sales.
He began his career at the General Electric Corporation in 1972. After graduating from the GE Manufacturing Management Program (MMP) he held two positions in Lynn, Massachusetts before moving to the Carboloy Division of General Electric, first in Michigan and then as a Plant Manager in Lenoir City, Tennessee. Coutts returned to the Aircraft Engine Group in 1983 and held managerial positions in Albuquerque, New Mexico before becoming the Plant Manager at Aircraft Engine's turbine component facility in Madisonville, Kentucky.
In 1989, he joined the Aircraft Engine Production Division Staff in Evendale, Ohio as Manager of Inventory and Asset Management, where he remained until becoming General Manager of the GE Aerospace Operations Syracuse-Utica Division.
A native of Westbury, New York, Coutts holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering (cum laude) from Tufts University.
Coutts has maintained a strong personal commitment to the community and civic organizations in the areas where he has lived and worked. He is a member of the board of directors of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and he also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Maryvale Preparatory School, the Board of Overseers, College of Engineering, Tufts University, the Board of Governors of Wesley Theological Seminary and as a member of the Chapter of the National Cathedral.
He also serves on the boards of Pall Corporation [NYSE: PLL] and its Compensation Committee, The Stanley Black and Decker Corporation [NYSE: SWK] as Chair of its Governance and Nominating Committee, and as a member of its Finance and Pension Committee and on the board of Hovnanian Enterprises, Inc. [NYSE: HOV] and on its Compensation Committee.
Judith (Judy) F. Marks joined Siemens in May 2011, and serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of Siemens Government Technologies, Inc., a federally-compliant U.S. organization and leading integrator of Siemens' innovative products, technologies and services for programs within the federal government.
Marks came to Siemens from Lockheed Martin, where she most recently served as Vice President of Strategy and Business Development for the company's Electronic Systems Business Area. In this role, she was responsible for the strategy, planning, customer relations and new business capture of the $14B Business Area. Prior to joining Lockheed Martin, Marks spent the first 10 years of her career at IBM Federal Systems Company, which was then acquired by the Loral Corporation. After two years with the Loral Corporation, Loral was acquired by Lockheed Martin. In total, she served 27 years with Lockheed Martin and its predecessor companies. Her experience spans multiple disciplines including positions in systems engineering, engineering management, business development, capture management, subcontract management, program management and executive management.
At Lockheed Martin, Marks was President of two operating divisions for more than eight years in Transportation and Security Solutions and Distribution Technologies focused on developing, integrating and delivering advanced solutions and services to federal customers worldwide.
Marks earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Lehigh University, where she is a member of the Institution's advisory board for the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. She is a Board Director of the Siemens Foundation, which provides more than $7 million annually in grants and other financial support towards science, technology, engineering and math education initiatives in the U.S. Additionally, she serves on the Board of Visitors for the University of Maryland's College of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences.
As President and CEO, Daryl Dulaney is responsible for executive management of Siemens Industry, Inc., a multi-billion dollar entity with 22,000 employees, comprising the newly-created Siemens Infrastructure & Cities Sector and the Siemens Industry Sector in the United States. Effective October 1, 2011, he also serves as chief executive officer of the Infrastructure & Cities (IC) Sector in North America, which is focused on providing answers for aging urban infrastructure. The IC sector is comprised of five divisions: Building Technologies, Low and Medium Voltage, Mobility and Logistics, Rail Systems and Smart Grid.
Previously, Dulaney was the U.S. CEO of Siemens Building Technologies, Inc., a premier provider of energy and environmental solutions, building controls and fire safety and security systems. After his appointment to CEO in 2005, Dulaney guided Building Technologies through a transformation that resulted in unprecedented revenue growth and record profitability.
Dulaney joined Building Technologies as a sales engineer in 1979. He has held several key managerial positions throughout his career, ranging from joint venture management in Hong Kong to senior vice president of field operations, North America. Additionally, Dulaney led the Building Automation business unit of Building Technologies to four consecutive years of double-digit increases in sales, profit and EVA.
Dulaney is a board member of the Siemens Foundation, which provides more than $4.5 million annually in grants and other financial support towards science, technology, engineering and math education initiatives. Daryl is also a member of the board of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA).
Dulaney earned a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Ohio State University and a Master in Business Administration from the J. L. Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. He has two adult children and currently resides in Naples, Fla., with his wife, Jan.
Klaus P. Stegemann was named Chief Financial Officer of Siemens Corporation in June 2009 - a position he previously held from 2002 to 2005. He additionally serves as Cluster CFO for the Americas and coordinates CFOs throughout the Western Hemisphere, including the Clusters of Brazil, Canada, Meso-America and Austral-Andina.
Prior to returning to the United States, he served from 2005 to 2008 as CFO of Siemens Medical Solutions/Siemens' Healthcare Sector in Erlangen, Germany, where he oversaw all financial matters for this nearly $15 billion business with 48,000 employees worldwide.
In 2004, while previously serving as CFO of Siemens Corporation in New York, he also assumed responsibility for coaching Siemens' CIO Americas organization, signaling information management's importance as a key driver for business success.
Prior to joining Siemens Corporation, he was the CFO since 1999 of the worldwide Angiography, Fluoroscopy and Radiographic Systems Business of Siemens AG Medical Solutions (Forcheim, Germany), where he applied the financial strategies and tools that ultimately turned the business around in less than two years.
Klaus has had an exceptional 36-year career in financial operations at Siemens, both in the U.S. and in Germany. He has taken on a variety of important global challenges, in each case making a major contribution to Siemens' business performance.
Before he joined Siemens Medical, Klaus cultivated a unique array of business unit experience in the U.S. and Germany, including projects at the Company's Transportation Systems, Automation & Drives, Power Generation, Industrial Solutions & Services Groups, and at the Siemens AG Corporate headquarters, where he helped solve the tough business challenges associated with restructuring, integration and profitability.
A fisherman who also enjoys hiking, traveling and art, Klaus resides in New York City with his wife. They have one daughter.