Armando J. Olivera
President and CEO
Florida Power & Light Co.
Mr. Olivera has headed up one of the largest investor-owned electric utilities in the nation since June 2003. He manages a multiyear, multibillion-dollar capital investment program that includes expansion of nuclear capacity; a new natural gas, combined-cycle power plant that is the most efficient of its kind in the nation; and three new solar energy centers that have made Florida No. 2 in the nation in solar power. Mr. Olivera joined FPL in 1972. He has a bachelor's degree from Cornell University and an MBA from the University of Miami. He also is a graduate of the professional management development program of the Harvard Business School.
President and managing director
GM do Brasil
Ms. Lieblein is responsible for the total operations of GM's subsidiary in Brazil. Prior to the appointment, she was president and managing director of GM de Mexico, the first woman to serve in that role. She began her career at GM in 1978 as a student at the company's assembly plant in Los Angeles, and was named industrial engineer at GM in 1984. The highest-ranking Hispanic woman at GM, she was the company's first female Hispanic managing director and the first vehicle chief engineer. Ms. Lieblein earned a bachelor's degree from Kettering University in 1983 and a master's degree from Michigan State University in 1987.
Executive VP and COO
After joining 7-Eleven at its Dallas headquarters in 2007 as a senior vice president, Mr. Rebelez was in charge of operations for U.S. and Canadian stores that then numbered 6,030. He was promoted to his current position in early 2009. His responsibilities include the franchising of 7-Eleven's more than 1,000 remaining company-operated stores in the U.S. as well as managing and enhancing the company's relationships with its franchisees. Before joining 7-Eleven, he was with ExxonMobil. He is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and earned an MBA from the University of Houston. He was a co-chairman at a U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce National Convention.
Executive VP and COO
Denny's Corp. Worldwide
In this capacity, Mr. Rodriguez has the oversight of just fewer than 1,700 Denny's restaurants worldwide. He has more than 40 years of food service experience. He has been instrumental in expanding brands nationally and internationally, as well as turning established brands around while maximizing stakeholders' wealth. Mr. Rodriguez has served on a number of nonprofit boards. He holds an MBA from Northwestern J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
Toby Eduardo Redshaw
Executive VP and CIO
American Express Co.
Mr. Redshaw oversees the day-to-day operations of the technologies organization. He is a member of the Global Services Executive Team as well as the company's Business Operating Committee and Global Management Team. Before joining American Express, Mr. Redshaw served as global chief information officer at Aviva and as a corporate vice president at Motorola. He began his career as a media manager with an international ad agency in Mexico City. Mr. Redshaw holds a double-major bachelor's degree in economics and philosophy from the University of Memphis. He also attended Motorola's Chairman Institute at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management.
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