Robert D. Glynn Jr.
Chairman, CEO, and President
Robert D. Glynn Jr. is chairman, CEO, and president of PG&E Corporation, an energy-based holding company that owns and manages Pacific Gas and Electric Company, one of the largest combination natural-gas and electric utilities in the United States. Mr. Glynn joined PG&E in 1984 and was appointed president and COO of the company in 1995. He became president and COO of PG&E Corporation when it was formed in January 1997, CEO on June 1, 1997, and chairman of the board on January 1, 1998. Prior to joining PG&E, Glynn spent eight years with Long Island Lighting Company and 12 years with Woodward-Clyde Consultants. A native of Orange, New Jersey, Glynn received his bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Manhattan College and a master's degree in nuclear engineering from Long Island University. He also attended programs at Harvard Business School and the University of Michigan Business School.
CEO, AOL Latin America
Charles Herington is president and CEO of America Online Latin America, a Latin American Internet and interactive service provider that was created as a joint venture with AOL Time Warner. He also joined the board of directors for Coors Brewing and NII Holdings Inc. in 2003. As president and CEO, Mr. Herington is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the business including the development and launching of local services throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. Prior to joining AOL Latin America, Mr. Herington was president of Revlon Latin America. In this position, he oversaw all aspects of the Revlon business in the region, which had sales of approximately $300 million and a workforce of 4,000. During this time, he also restructured business units and implemented successful strategies that helped increase Revlon's brand awareness and profitability in the Latin American region.
Carlos Hernandez is responsible for JP Morgan's Institutional Equities business in the Americas. Specifically, he oversees the firm's equity, convertible, and equity derivative sales, trading, and capital markets activities in North and Latin America. Prior to that, he was head of the firm's Global Equity Capital & Derivative Markets Group. That group combines the firm's equity capital markets and corporate derivatives marketing activities. In his 18-year tenure at JP Morgan, he has also worked on a wide array of advisory and financing transactions across various product groups, representing privately held and multinational companies as well as governments. Mr. Hernandez joined JP Morgan in 1986 in its Corporate Finance / Mergers and Acquisitions group as an Associate. From 1993 to 1996, he worked in JP Morgan's equities department leading and developing Morgan's equity underwriting business in Latin America. From 1996 through 1999, he was head of investment banking for Latin America, where he was a key member of the JP Morgan team responsible for developing the investment banking practice in Latin America. In 1999, Mr. Hernandez was appointed co-regional executive for Latin America responsible for overseeing JP Morgan's entire business in the region. In May 2000 he was appointed global head of equity capital markets. Mr. Hernandez holds an MBA from Columbia University and a BS in Business from the State University of New York.
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