Senior vice president, general counsel and secretary
Carnival Corp. & PLC
Mr. Perez joined Carnival in July 1992 as assistant general counsel. He was promoted to acting general counsel and secretary of Carnival in 1995 and in 1996 he was named general counsel. In 2002, he was named to his current position and he is responsible for the legal affairs of Carnival. Prior to joining Carnival, he was a partner at Weil, Lucio, Mandler, Croland & Steele of Miami.
Mr. Raines served as COO of GameStop from September 2008 to July 2010 before being promoted to CEO. Prior to GameStop he spent eight years with Home Depot in various management positions in retail. Operations, including serving as executive vice president for U.S. Stores and president of the Southern Division of the Atlanta-based company. He was responsible for more than 2,000 stores and $70 billion in sales activity. He also has extensive international expertise covering Latin America, Asia and Europe. He currently sits on the board of directors for Advance Auto Parts Inc. Prior to Home Depot, he spent four years in global sourcing for L.L. Bean and 10 years with Kurt Salmon Associates.
Chief legal officer and corporate secretary
Ms. Rivera joined DaVita in 2010. She has extensive experience in business litigation, corporate law, international law and compliance. She began her practice in the litigation group at Jones Day, and then joined Rockwell Automation where she served as vice president law and chief litigation counsel. She also served as vice president and associate general counsel-international and compliance for the Clorox Co. In that room, she was responsible for Clorox's global compliance program, the delivery of legal services to its international businesses, and oversight of litigation and employment law matters. She is a graduate of Duke University and Harvard Law School.
President and COO
Mr. Rodriguez accepted his current role in May 2011 and oversees all sales, service, operations and product development for ADP's Employer Services group both in the U.S. and internationally. He joined ADP in 1999, most recently as president of national account services and employer services international. He came to ADP through its acquisition of Vincam, where he served initially as CFO for a short period before becoming president of ADP TotalSource. Under his leadership, TotalSource became the fastest-growing, as well as the largest, professional employer organization in the industry. He has been president of ADP's Small Business services, which includes ADP's small business payroll services, TotalSource and Retirement Services He holds an MBA and bachelor's degree from Harvard University.
Marcos G. Ronquillo
Managing shareholder, president and COO, executive committee chairman; public law section
Godwin Ronquillo PC
Mr. Ronquillo represents governmental agencies, such as the Dallas Independent School District, as well as Fortune 500 companies in high-profile litigation where politics, media and social concerns collide in the courtroom. He is a graduate of the George Washington University Law School and the University of Notre Dame. He is a past recipient of the State Bar of Texas Presidents' Special Citation Award and recipient of the Outstanding Lawyer of the Year Award from the Texas Mexican American Bar Association. He has served on numerous boards and commissions, including the Dallas Museum of Art, the Dallas Area Rapid Transit Authority, JPMorgan Chase and Children's Medical Center.
Signature Flight Support Corp.
Ms. Sastre is responsible for the daily operations of Signature's worldwide network of fixed-base operations and maintenance centers. She joined Signature from the nonprofit organization Take Stock in Children, where she served as president and CEO. Previously, she served with Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., where she held the positions of vice president, international, Latin America, Caribbean and Asia and vice president of operations during her eight-year tenure. Her roles included strategic growth across emerging markets as well as managing all aspects of operations and the guest experience onboard Royal Caribbean's fleet of vessels.
Jose S. Suquet
Chairman of the board, president and CEO
Pan-American Life Insurance Group
Mr. Suquet's leadership, commitment and foundation of change have paved the way for growth and success since joining the company in November 2004. He led Pan-American Life through the devastation and survival of Hurricane Katrina in August 2005, with an emergency recovery plan that would later become an industry case study in disaster recovery. His commitment to the U.S. Hispanic community, product innovation and sales force expansion has better positioned the company as one Hispanics rely on to protect their financial security and well-being. Previously, he had held senior management posts in the insurance industry for more than three decades. He is a past chairman of LIMRA International and a former member of the board of trustees of American College. He currently serves as member of the board of directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. He was born in Cuba. He holds a bachelor's degree from New York's Fordham University and an MBA from the University of Florida.
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