AN INTERNATIONAL FORUM OF BUSINESS CEOS FORUM AN INTERNATIONAL Dedicated to Corporate Involvement in Society OF BUSINESS CEOS

Dedicated to Corporate Involvement in Society

2010-2011 Membership Roster

WHY CECP?
The Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP) is the only international forum of business leaders focused on corporate involvement in solving social problems. Membership includes more than 180 global CEOs and chairpersons of companies that collectively account for more than 40% of reported corporate giving in the United States.

CECP PROVIDES ITS MEMBERS WITH ESSENTIAL RESOURCES FOR STRATEGIC CORPORATE GIVING:

Board of Boards CEO Conference
CECP’s annual convening of global business leaders in New York is consistently ranked among the world’s top executive gatherings by Weber Shandwick and Forbes.com. This event provides global CEOs with an opportunity to share their insights on successful corporate philanthropy practices in a closed-door, peer-to-peer setting and to challenge each other with creative solutions and collaborative models. The next Board of Boards CEO Conference will take place on February 28, 2011.

Peer benchmarking
Member companies gain access to the Corporate Giving Standard (CGS), an online benchmarking tool containing more than $70 billion in comparative data. The CGS offers unparalleled, customized, 24/7 reporting on corporate giving budgets. Giving trends and data are published in CECP’s annual report, Giving in Numbers.

Excellence Awards
CECP presents the prestigious Excellence Awards in Corporate Philanthropy annually to two companies and one nonprofit that demonstrate outstanding CEO leadership, innovation, dedication to measurement, and partnership in corporate giving. CEOs from the recipient organizations accept the awards in person at the CECP Summit each June.

Professional networking
At the annual Corporate Philanthropy Summit in June, the industry’s leading event, CECP convenes more than 250 senior giving professionals who represent the world’s most influential companies. Distinguished speakers have included President Bill Clinton, Professor Michael Porter of Harvard Business School, and Gen. Colin L. Powell, USA (Ret.).

International Corporate Philanthropy Day (ICPD)
Each February, CECP, in conjunction with the United Nations, leads an international advocacy day on which member companies and other cross-sector organizations around the world host programs and celebrations to raise awareness for the philanthropic work of business in addressing social problems. The next ICPD is February 28, 2011.

Media opportunities
CECP is a primary resource for journalists on the subject of trends in corporate philanthropy and the important role of business in society. CECP highlights members’ philanthropic programs and publicizes the commitment of business CEOs to community investment.

JOIN US.
CEOs and giving professionals at interested companies are invited to contact CECP at info@corporatephilanthropy.org or 212.825.1000 for more information on membership.

ABOUT CECP
Since 1999, the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy has convened CEO and chairperson members committed to fulfilling business’ contract with society and raising the level and quality of corporate giving.

CECP TAPS THE MINDS OF LEADING GLOBAL CEOS

Press conference at launch of CECP November 1999, , John Whitehead, Paul Newman, Peter Malkin

“When someone becomes a CEO, there is a learning curve of technical and social elements. Organizations like CECP are important, because they show that it is imperative to make sure the culture and soul of a company are connected to the community.” Ivan G. Seidenberg
Chairman and CEO Verizon Communications Inc.

“The next generation of social responsibility will be ingrained into corporate business models in collaboration with employees, customers, and suppliers.” Marilyn Carlson Nelson
Chairman Carlson

“In the future, more will be expected from market leaders and globally successful companies, and companies that are most involved will be most successful, creating an upward spiral.” Michael T. Duke
President and CEO Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

“There are more ways to make a difference than just writing a check. We can also move the needle on important social issues through involving our time, brand, and resources.” Duncan L. Niederauer
CEO NYSE Euronext

FORWARD-LOOKING THOUGHT LEADERSHIP AND ACTIONABLE FRAMEWORKS
Through our research reports, CECP provides in-depth analyses of trends in corporate giving, drawing from CEO interviews and convenings, an unparalleled repository of corporate giving data, research collaborations with esteemed partner organizations, and contributions from a cross-sector network of global leaders. Each issue of CECP’s publication, The Corporate Philanthropist, focuses on a different aspect of philanthropic investing, drawing upon the expertise of thought leaders across government, nonprofit, and corporate sectors. All of CECP’s reports and publications are available online at CorporatePhilanthropy.org.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Chairman
Harold McGraw III Chairman, President and CEO The McGraw-Hill Companies

Founding Co-Chairs
Kenneth T. Derr

Honorary Chairs
Peter L. Malkin David Rockefeller Paul A. Volcker

Paul L. Newman

Sanford I. Weill John C. Whitehead

Directors
Marc Benioff Chairman and CEO salesforce.com Alan G. Hassenfeld Chairman, Executive Committee Hasbro, Inc Klaus Kleinfeld Chairman and CEO Alcoa, Inc. Edward B. Rust, Jr. Chairman and CEO State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company Barry Salzberg CEO Deloitte LLP

Douglas R. Conant President and CEO Campbell Soup Company

Kenneth T. Derr Former Chairman and CEO Chevron Corporation

Shelly Lazarus Chairman Ogilvy & Mather

Henry B. Schacht Former Chairman and CEO Cummins Engine; Former CEO Lucent Technologies John B. Veihmeyer CEO KPMG LLP

Daniel L. Doctoroff President Bloomberg

Terry J. Lundgren Chairman, President and CEO Macy’s Inc. Peter L. Malkin Chairman Malkin Holdings LLC

Donald E. Felsinger Chairman and CEO Sempra Energy

Sanford I. Weill Chairman Emeritus Citigroup Inc.

Jay S. Fishman Chairman and CEO The Travelers Companies, Inc

Marilyn Carlson Nelson Chairman Carlson

John C. Whitehead Former Deputy Secretary of State Former Co-Chair Goldman Sachs &Co.

Henrietta Holsman Fore Chairman and CEO Holsman International

James E. Rohr Chairman and CEO The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. Michael I. Roth Chairman and CEO Interpublic Group

Robert H. Forrester President and CEO Newman’s Own Foundation

Pictured on cover: Shelly Lazarus, Chairman, Ogilvy & Mather; Robert Wolf, Chairman and CEO, UBS Group Americas; and Ivan Seidenberg, Chairman and CEO, Verizon Communications Inc., at the 2010 Board of Boards CEO Conference

110 Wall Street, Suite 2-1 New York, NY 10005 P. 212.825.1000 CorporatePhilanthropy.org

“For me, the highlight of CECP was when the words corporate and philanthropy were forged into a single phrase of purpose and leadership, and so many top executives joined this forum.” Paul Newman CECP Founding Co-Chair

CEO MEMBERS
Ronald A. Williams Aetna Inc. Lamberto Andreotti Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

Carol Lavin Bernick Alberto Culver Company

Douglas R. Conant Campbell Soup Company

2010 – 2011 MEMBERSHIP ROSTER

Klaus Kleinfeld Alcoa Inc.

Richard D. Fairbank Capital One Financial Corporation

Thomas J. Wilson Allstate Insurance Company

Marilyn Carlson Nelson Carlson

Michael Carpenter Ally Financial

David M. Rubenstein The Carlyle Group

Kenneth I. Chenault American Express

Emmanuel Perrin Cartier North America

Michael R. Splinter Applied Materials, Inc.

Kenneth T. Derr (Ret.) John Watson Chevron Corporation John T. Chambers Cisco

Michael E. Campbell Arch Chemicals, Inc.

Patricia A. Woertz Archer Daniels Midland Company Christopher M. “Kip” Condron AXA Equitable Francisco Gonzalez Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria, S.A. Brian Moynihan Bank of America Corporation

Vikram S. Pandit Sanford I. Weill (Ret.) Citigroup Inc. Muhtar Kent The Coca-Cola Company

Ian M. Cook Colgate-Palmolive Company

Daniel J. Sullivan, Jr. Collette Vacations

Brian J. Dunn Best Buy Co., Inc.

Gary M. Rodkin ConAgra Foods, Inc.

Sunil Bharti Mittal Bharti Enterprises Limited

James J. Mulva ConocoPhillips

Stephen A. Schwarzman The Blackstone Group L.P.

Brady W. Dougan Credit Suisse

Daniel L. Doctoroff Bloomberg

Thomas M. Ryan CVS Caremark Corporation

Robert P Kelly . BNY Mellon

Barry Salzberg Deloitte LLP

Josef Ackermann Deutsche Bank

Frederic de Narp Harry Winston

Colin Brown JM Family Enterprises, Inc.

Michael D. White DIRECTV, Inc.

Liam E. McGee The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. Alan G. Hassenfeld Hasbro, Inc.

William C. Weldon Johnson & Johnson

Richard W. Dreiling Dollar General Corporation

Jamie Dimon JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Robert A. Livingston Dover Corporation

Richard M. Bracken HCA Inc.

Thomas J. Falk Kimberly-Clark Corporation

Andrew N. Liveris The Dow Chemical Company

Frank A. Bennack, Jr. Hearst Corporation

Vicenzo Manes KME Group S.p.A.

James E. Rogers Duke Energy Corporation

John B. Hess Hess Corporation

John B. Veihmeyer KPMG LLP

Ellen J. Kullman DuPont

Henrietta Holsman Fore Holsman International

Mark R. Fetting Legg Mason, Inc.

Richard Edelman Edelman

Irene M. Dorner HSBC Bank USA, N.A.

John Anderson Levi Strauss & Co.

John C. Lechleiter Eli Lilly and Company

Michael B. McCallister Humana Inc.

Timothy Bishop Macquarie Group

William P Lauder . The Estée Lauder Companies Inc.

Louis V. Gerstner, Jr. (Ret.) IBM Corporation

Terry J. Lundgren Macy’s, Inc.

John W. Rowe Exelon Corporation

David B. Speer Illinois Tool Works Inc.

Anthony E. Malkin Peter L. Malkin Malkin Holdings LLC Ajay Banga MasterCard Worldwide

Rex W. Tillerson Exxon Mobil Corporation

N. R. Narayana Murthy Infosys Technologies Ltd.

Glenn K. Murphy Gap Inc.

Thomas J. McInerney ING Global Insurance

Robert A. Eckert Mattel, Inc.

Jeffrey R. Immelt General Electric Company

Paul Otellini Intel Corporation

Jay Brown MBIA Inc.

Kendall J. Powell General Mills, Inc.

Michael I. Roth Interpublic Group

Alan D. Wilson McCormick & Company, Incorporated James A. Skinner McDonald’s Corporation

Andrew Witty GlaxoSmithKline plc

Steven R. Loranger ITT Corporation

Lloyd C. Blankfein The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.

Myron E. (Mike) Ullman, III J.C. Penney Company, Inc.

Harold McGraw III The McGraw-Hill Companies

John H. Hammergren McKesson Corporation

John C. Compton PepsiCo

Marc Benioff salesforce.com

Michael Patsalos-Fox McKinsey & Company

Phil Harrison Perkins+Will

Christopher Viehbacher sanofi-aventis

William A. Hawkins Medtronic, Inc.

Jeffrey B. Kindler Pfizer Inc

H. Fisk Johnson S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc.

Richard T. Clark Merck

Peter A. Darbee PG&E Corporation

Donald E. Felsinger Sempra Energy

C. Robert Henrikson MetLife, Inc.

James E. Rohr The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. Richard L. Carrión Popular, Inc.

Eric Spiegel Siemens Corporation

Seiei Ono Mitsubishi International Corporation Raymond W. McDaniel, Jr. Moody’s Corporation

Kevin M. Connelly Spencer Stuart

Robert E. Moritz PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Barry S. Sternlicht Starwood Capital Group

James T. Prokopanko Mosaic Company

John R. Strangfeld Prudential Financial, Inc.

Frits D. van Paasschen Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. Edward B. Rust Jr. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company Joseph L. (Jay) Hooley State Street Corporation

David J. Stern National Basketball Association

Ralph Izzo Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated Joel Quadracci Quad/Graphics

Steve Holliday National Grid

Stephen S. Rasmussen Nationwide Insurance

Paul E. Jacobs Qualcomm Incorporated

Enrique Salem Symantec Corporation
It must

Robert H. Forrester Newman’s Own Foundation

Surya N. Mohapatra, Ph.D. Quest Diagnostics Incorporated

Jeffrey L. Bewkes Time Warner Inc.

Ted Mathas New York Life Insurance Company Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo Nokia Corporation

Stephen M. Case Revolution LLC

Yoshimi Inaba Toyota Motor North America, Inc. Gerald L. Storch Toys“R”Us, Inc.

Colin G. Campbell Rockefeller Financial

Duncan L. Niederauer NYSE Euronext

Karim Khoja Roshan / Telecom Development Company Afghanistan Ltd. Thomas J. Quinlan III RR Donnelley

Jay S. Fishman The Travelers Companies, Inc.

Shelly Lazarus Ogilvy & Mather

Robert Wolf UBS

Marjorie M. Scardino Pearson plc

Sam Gilliland Sabre Holdings

Stephen J. Hemsley UnitedHealth Group

Louis Chênevert United Technologies Corporation Ivan G. Seidenberg Verizon Communications Inc.

Stephen J. Dannhauser Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

Ursula M. Burns Xerox Corporation

Angela F. Braly WellPoint, Inc.

Martin Senn Zurich Financial Services Ltd. Henry B. Schacht John C. Whitehead

Gregory Wasson Walgreen Co.

John G. Stumpf Wells Fargo & Company

Michael Duke Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

Hikmet Ersek The Western Union Company

Joseph R. Gromek Warnaco Group, Inc.

Hugh Verrier White & Case LLP

GRADUATE CEO MEMBERS
Alain J. P Belda . Alcoa Inc. James C. Morgan Applied Materials, Inc. Thomas A. Renyi BNY Mellon John P Morgridge . Cisco E. Neville Isdell The Coca-Cola Company Charles O. Holliday, Jr. DuPont Sidney Taurel Eli Lilly and Company Leonard A. Lauder The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. Stephen W. Sanger General Mills, Inc. Jean-Pierre Garnier GlaxoSmithKline plc W. James Farrell Illinois Tool Works Inc. William B. Harrison, Jr. Walter V. Shipley JPMorgan Chase & Co. Timothy P Flynn . KPMG LLP Robert W. Selander MasterCard WorldWide Ryoichi Ueda Mitsubishi International Corporation Robert B. Catell National Grid Henry A. McKinnell, Jr. William C. Steere, Jr. Pfizer Inc Arthur F. Ryan Prudential Financial, Inc. Richard D. Parsons Time Warner Inc. Leonard D. Schaeffer WellPoint, Inc. Christina A. Gold The Western Union Company Paul A. Allaire Anne M. Mulcahy Xerox Corporation Mark Angelson Lawrence K. Fish Thomas S. Murphy David Rockefeller Paul A. Volcker

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