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IACCM announces new Board of Directors

December 12, 2013

This week, IACCM announced the results of its elections for 2014 Board of Directors. There were six seats available, with nine Board members not due for re-election this year.

With 22 candidates standing, members had a wide choice. The candidates represented 12 different industries and ten nationalities. It was a close-run race, and the new Board of Directors is as follows (with newly elected / re-elected members highlighted in bold):

Margaret Smith – Chair Executive Director- Contract Management and Director of Operations-Legal – Accenture

KB Monu Iyappa – Independent Consultant

Gianmaria Riccardi – Director, Commercial Business Management Europe – Cisco System Italia Srl

Coen Wilms – Group Contracting Discipline Manager – Royal Dutch Shell

Lucy Bassli – Assistant General Counsel – GCO Manager – Microsoft

Jerry Jacobson – Global Process Advisor – Contracting – Chevron

Arne Byberg – Associate General Counsel – Hewlett-Packard Co.

Barbara Chomicka – Senior Project Manager – EC Harris LLP

Kai Jacob – Process Manager and Head of Global Contract Management Services, Legal Department Manager – SAP

Andy Kerstan – Global Contracts Manager – Rio Tinto

Dan Mahlebashian – Chief Contracting Officer – General Motors

M.C. McBain – Vice President Global Business Development – IBM

Timothy McCarthy – Director, Contracts & Pricing – Rockwell Automation

Nick Nayak – CPO – Department of Homeland Security

Alan Schenk – Vice President for Common Process, Contracting and Compliance for Exploration and Production – BP

Peter Woon VP, Procurement and Supply Chain – Marina Bay Sands:

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