|Brian O. Casey|
|Susan M. Byrne|
|Richard M. Frank|
|Raymond E. Wooldridge|
|Ellen H. Masterson|
|Robert D. McTeer|
|Geoffrey R. Norman|
Geoffrey R. Norman has served as a director of Westwood and Westwood Trust since April 2007. He was employed by General Electric (GE) from 1968 to 2004, serving in various roles including comptroller of GE Española, chief financial officer of GE International Contractor Equipment, vice president and treasurer of GE Capital and executive vice president of GE Asset Management from April 1988 to March 2004. Mr. Norman graduated from GE's Financial Management Program and spent three years on GE's Corporate Audit Staff, conducting numerous audits of GE's businesses in the United States and internationally. Mr. Norman serves on an advisory board for buildOn, a non-profit entity that builds schools in underdeveloped countries and organizes after-school clubs in U.S. high schools. Mr. Norman also serves as a member of the Distribution Committee and as an advisor to 5AM Ventures, an early-stage, venture capital biotech firm based in Menlo Park, California.
Mr. Norman brings extensive financial, operational, regulatory and strategy expertise to the Board, having served in several financial and executive management roles over a 36-year career at General Electric. As a former executive with GE Asset Management, he led the creation of GE's external money management business and served on the board of trustees for both the GE Pension Fund and GE Canada's Pension Plan. Mr. Norman brings extensive knowledge of the institutional investment management business from both the asset manager and plan sponsor perspective.
|Martin J. Weiland|
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