|Audit||Compensation||Nominating and Corporate Governance|
|Steven M. Cakebread|
|James C. Madden, V|
Jim Madden is the Founder and Managing Partner of Madden Capital Partners, LLC. Previously, Jim was the Founder, Chairman and CEO of Exult, Inc., the innovator and market leader in human resources business process outsourcing for Global 500 corporations. In five years, Exult became the most widely recognized HR processing company in the world, growing from a start-up to over $500 million in revenue with over 2,000 employees. Exult operated centers around the globe and provided payroll and HR services to more than 750,000 client employees with $20 billion in annual employee payments. Major clients included BP, Bank of America, International Paper and Prudential Financial.
After merging Exult into Hewitt in late 2004, Jim became a Special Advisor with General Atlantic, a leading private equity firm. In 2007, Jim became a Partner at Accretive Technology Partners, a private equity firm differentiated by its unique approach to building companies that provide sustainable value to clients. Jim remains a Special Advisor to Accretive.
Prior to Exult, Jim served in a variety of technology services leadership positions including President of the US and International unit of MCI Systemhouse and as a Principal at the management consulting firm Booz-Allen & Hamilton. He began his career with Andersen Consulting (now Accenture).
Jim serves on the Board of Directors of Accolade, a unique health care services firm; AlphaStaff, a leading HR services firm; Genpact, a global business services firm; and ServiceSource, the innovator and leader in technology maintenance sales. Jim is the past Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Hoag Hospital Foundation. He is also a member of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO). Jim has a BBA in Finance and a BA in Geology, summa cum laude from Southern Methodist University. Jim also attended the Webb Institute of Naval Architecture.
|Thomas F. Mendoza|
|Barry D. Reynolds|
= Independent Director