Prior to MCI, Ms. Kelly was Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Sears, Roebuck and Co. where she restructured the legal and compliance teams. Before her tenure at Sears, Ms. Kelly served as the Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at Fannie Mae. At Fannie Mae, she centralized the company’s legal and compliance function and upgraded the talent across Fannie Mae’s five offices nationwide.
Ms. Kelly received her law degree magna cum laude from George Washington University, where she was a member of the Order of the Coif and the George Washington Law Review. She received her undergraduate degree cum laude from Trinity University in Washington, D.C. She serves as a director of Owens-Illinois, the world’s largest manufacturer of glass packaging, and Huntington Ingalls Industries, builder of more ships in more ship classes than any other U.S. naval shipbuilder.
Ms. Kelly is on the Advisory Board of the Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University. She is a director and past Co-Chair of the Washington Lawyers’ Committee (WLC), past Chair of Equal Justice Works, and a director of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity. She is on the Board of the Center for Law, Economics and Finance at George Washington University Law School.
In addition to his role at Seagate, Mr. Luczo has invested and built an extensive olive oil operation in Sicily, which is the birthplace of his maternal grandparents. Mr. Luczo has made extensive investments in developing the nearly 300 hectares he now owns outside of Corleone, Sicily. He is now the largest single landowner in Corleone and employs over 200 people.
Mr. Luczo is a member of the board of directors of the World Wildlife Fund, and is active in a variety of charitable and for-profit ventures through a wholly owned entity, Balance Vector, Inc. His charity initiatives are primarily focused on global environmental issues and programs to help at-risk children in the urban centers of the United States and the rural areas of Sicily, and he is a major donor to Stanford University and Hospital, the World Wildlife Fund.
He has served on the boards of directors of Microsoft Corporation (including serving on the CEO Search Committee and as Chairman of the Compensation Committee), Veritas Software and VMware. Mr. Luczo also served on the Advisory Boards of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He is a graduate of Stanford University (1979) and the Stanford School of Business (1984).
During the 109th Congress, Senator Chambliss served as chair of the Senate Agriculture Committee and is the only senator since 1947 to have chaired a full standing Senate committee after serving in the chamber for just two years. He served as ranking member of the Agriculture Committee during the 110th and 111th Congresses.
Senator Chambliss was first elected to Congress to represent Georgia’s 8th District in 1994. Throughout his legislative career, he has been recognized numerous times by the public and private sectors for his work on agriculture, defense, budget and national security issues.
Senator Chambliss also served as the co-chair of the Senate Aerospace Caucus and the Senate Reserve Caucus, and as a member of the Senate Rural Health Caucus, the Juvenile Diabetes Caucus, the Caucus on Military Depots, Arsenals and Ammunition Plants, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation and the Congressional Fire Services Caucus.
For many years Mr. Harpel was the managing partner of Harpel Advisory Company and Century Capital Corporation, registered investment advisors and hedge fund managers. Prior to that time, Mr. Harpel worked for investment banking firms and played a major operating role in the turnaround of an NYSE-listed manufacturing company.
Mr. Harpel attended Harvard College (1959) and graduated from Harvard Business School in 1960 with high distinction.