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Deborah Hopkins

Ms. Hopkins brings executive-level experiences in finance, technology and innovation across multiple industries that allow her to bring a unique view to support management teams in pursuit of growth. She is a member of the Board of Directors at Union Pacific (NYSE: UNP), Marsh & McLennan (NYSE: MMC), and privately held Deep Instinct. She is Vice-Chair of St. John's Health of Wyoming. In 2008 Ms. Hopkins was appointed as Citigroup's first Chief Innovation Officer, moving to Silicon Valley in 2010 to found Citi Ventures and was its CEO until her retirement from Citigroup in 2016. Previously at Citigroup she was Chief Operations and Technology officer of the company and Senior Advisor to the Corporate and Investment Bank. Prior to joining Citigroup in 2003 as Head of Corporate Strategy and M&A, she was Chief Financial Officer at Lucent Technologies and The Boeing Company and held senior-level positions at General Motors in the United States and Zurich and at Unisys Corporation, after starting her career at Ford. Ms. Hopkins was twice named to Fortune's ten most powerful women in business. Ms. Hopkins holds a B.S. in Accounting from Walsh College and honorary doctorate degrees from Westminster College and Walsh College.

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Debra Martin Chase

Ms. Chase is an Emmy-nominated and Peabody Award-winning television and motion picture producer, an entertainment industry icon and trailblazer as the first Black female producer to have a deal at any major studio, and the first Black woman to produce a film that grossed over $100 million. To date, her films have grossed over $500 million. With over 30 years' experience in motion picture and television production combined with a corporate legal background, she understands the interplay between the artistic and the business aspects of her industry. In creating highly profitable and critically acclaimed content, she has demonstrated that stories elevating people of color and women and defying stereotypes can inspire all audiences. Ms. Chase currently serves on the board of B&G Foods (NYSE: BGS), where she chairs the Corporate Social Responsibility committee, as well as on the board of the New York City Ballet, where she chairs the Diversity and Inclusion Committee, and for the Second Stage Theater in Manhattan where she chairs the board's Artistic Committee. She serves on the Advisory Boards of the African American Film Critics' Association and the Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City. She is also a long-serving co-chair of the Athena Film Festival in New York City, one of the largest film festivals in the United States dedicated to films by and about women. She holds degrees from Mount Holyoke College, where she majored in Political Science, and Harvard Law School. Prior to entering the entertainment industry, Ms. Chase practiced law at Houston's Mayor, Day, and Caldwell law firm from 1981 to 1983. After serving as a lawyer for Tenneco from 1983 to 1985, Chase moved to New York City where she worked for Stroock, Stroock & Lavan law firm, and eventually became in-house counsel for Avon Products. In 1988, Ms. Chase worked for the Michael Dukakis presidential campaign and David Dinkins's successful mayoral campaign. She is a frequent keynote speaker at colleges and universities across the country and is an advocate for community service. Chase is a member of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

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Deborah Hopkins

Ms. Hopkins brings executive-level experiences in finance, technology and innovation across multiple industries that allow her to bring a unique view to support management teams in pursuit of growth. She is a member of the Board of Directors at Union Pacific (NYSE: UNP), Marsh & McLennan (NYSE: MMC), and privately held Deep Instinct. She is Vice-Chair of St. John's Health of Wyoming. In 2008 Ms. Hopkins was appointed as Citigroup's first Chief Innovation Officer, moving to Silicon Valley in 2010 to found Citi Ventures and was its CEO until her retirement from Citigroup in 2016. Previously at Citigroup she was Chief Operations and Technology officer of the company and Senior Advisor to the Corporate and Investment Bank. Prior to joining Citigroup in 2003 as Head of Corporate Strategy and M&A, she was Chief Financial Officer at Lucent Technologies and The Boeing Company and held senior-level positions at General Motors in the United States and Zurich and at Unisys Corporation, after starting her career at Ford. Ms. Hopkins was twice named to Fortune's ten most powerful women in business. Ms. Hopkins holds a B.S. in Accounting from Walsh College and honorary doctorate degrees from Westminster College and Walsh College.

Debra Martin Chase

Ms. Chase is an Emmy-nominated and Peabody Award-winning television and motion picture producer, an entertainment industry icon and trailblazer as the first Black female producer to have a deal at any major studio, and the first Black woman to produce a film that grossed over $100 million. To date, her films have grossed over $500 million. With over 30 years' experience in motion picture and television production combined with a corporate legal background, she understands the interplay between the artistic and the business aspects of her industry. In creating highly profitable and critically acclaimed content, she has demonstrated that stories elevating people of color and women and defying stereotypes can inspire all audiences. Ms. Chase currently serves on the board of B&G Foods (NYSE: BGS), where she chairs the Corporate Social Responsibility committee, as well as on the board of the New York City Ballet, where she chairs the Diversity and Inclusion Committee, and for the Second Stage Theater in Manhattan where she chairs the board's Artistic Committee. She serves on the Advisory Boards of the African American Film Critics' Association and the Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City. She is also a long-serving co-chair of the Athena Film Festival in New York City, one of the largest film festivals in the United States dedicated to films by and about women. She holds degrees from Mount Holyoke College, where she majored in Political Science, and Harvard Law School. Prior to entering the entertainment industry, Ms. Chase practiced law at Houston's Mayor, Day, and Caldwell law firm from 1981 to 1983. After serving as a lawyer for Tenneco from 1983 to 1985, Chase moved to New York City where she worked for Stroock, Stroock & Lavan law firm, and eventually became in-house counsel for Avon Products. In 1988, Ms. Chase worked for the Michael Dukakis presidential campaign and David Dinkins's successful mayoral campaign. She is a frequent keynote speaker at colleges and universities across the country and is an advocate for community service. Chase is a member of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.