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Ms. Carmen Ana Culpeper-Ram

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Background Information

Employment History

President

C. Culpeper

District Director

SBA

President

Puerto Rico Telephone Company

President

Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce

President

Finapri , Inc.

Senior Vice President

Clark Melvin Securities

Independent Broker

Clark Melvin Securities

Affiliations

Board Member
Centennial Communications Corp

Member of the Audit Committee
Centennial Communications Corp

Board Member
Santander BanCorp

Education

bachelor's degree

University of Puerto Rico

master's degree

business administration

Wharton School of Commerce

Web References (16 Total References)


Carmen Ana ...

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Carmen Ana Culpeper(3)

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Ms. Culpeper is currently a director of the Company.Since 1999, Ms. Culpeper has served as President of C. Culpeper , Associates, a financial advisory and management consulting firm.She was President of the Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce from June 1999 to June 2000 and continues to serve on its Council of Past Presidents.She was President of the Puerto Rico Telephone Company from April 1997 to March 1999 and from October 1996 to March 1997 she was President of Finapri, Inc., an insurance finance company.From October 1995 to March 1997, Ms. Culpeper was an independent broker at Clark Melvin Securities and prior to that held various positions in corporate finance at, among others, Donaldson, Lufkin , Jenrette and Citibank.Ms. Culpeper is a director of Santander Bancorp, the third largest bank in Puerto Rico. 9,200 (4) *
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Consists of 200 shares that Ms. Culpeper owns directly and 9,000 shares that Ms. Culpeper has the right to acquire pursuant to a stock option grant.
(5) See note (4) to the table under "Principal Stockholders of CENTENNIAL COMMUNICATIONS CORP /DE."
(6) See note (6) to the table under "Principal Stockholders of CENTENNIAL COMMUNICATIONS CORP /DE."


Carmen Ana Culpeper, 57, has ...

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Carmen Ana Culpeper, 57, has been a director of Centennial since July 2000.Since 1999, Ms. Culpeper has served as President of C. Culpeper , Associates, a financial advisory and management consulting firm.She was President of the Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce from June 1999 to June 2000 and continues to serve on its Council of Past Presidents.She was President of the Puerto Rico Telephone Company from April 1997 to March 1999 and from October 1996 to March 1997 she was President of Finapri, Inc., an insurance finance company.From October 1995 to March 1997, Ms. Culpeper was an independent broker at Clark Melvin Securities and prior to that held various positions in corporate finance at, among others, Donaldson, Lufkin , Jenrette and Citibank.Ms. Culpeper is a director of Santander Bancorp, the third largest bank in Puerto Rico.


Centennial Wireless: Investor News

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WALL, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 11, 2003--Centennial Communications Corp. ("Centennial" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: CYCL) announced today that Carmen A. Culpeper has resigned from the Company's board of directors.Ms. Culpeper, a former president of the Puerto Rico Telephone Company and Secretary of Treasury of Puerto Rico, will now s ... Read more


On September 10, 2003, Carmen Ana ...

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On September 10, 2003, Carmen Ana Culpeper resigned from our Board of Directors.Ms. Culpeper also served as a member of our Audit Committee.

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Mr. Pellow succeeded Carmen Ana Culpeper, who was a member of the Audit Committee until her resignation as a director in September 2003.
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Small, Mayberry, Cogar, Bucks and Wolk of one report each in December 2002 relating to the cancellation of certain stock options in connection with CENTENNIAL COMMUNICATIONS CORP /DE's Option Exchange Program (see "Compensation Committee Report on Executive Compensation") and (ii) Mr. Vanderwoude and Carmen Ana Culpeper, a former director of CENTENNIAL COMMUNICATIONS CORP /DE, of one report each in October 2002 relating to an annual award of stock options to purchase 4,500 shares of our common stock.
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In December 2002, in connection with certain capital raising efforts, the Company formed a special committee comprised initially of J. Stephen Vanderwoude and Carmen Ana Culpeper, a former director of CENTENNIAL COMMUNICATIONS CORP /DE.
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In accordance with our director compensation policy, we paid each director $1,500 for each special committee meeting attended and paid Mr. Vanderwoude $37,500, Ms. Culpeper $37,500 and Ms. Wolf $18,000.


Carmen Ana Culpeper: Former ...

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Carmen Ana Culpeper: Former Puerto Rican Treasury Secretary and CEO of Puerto Rico Telephone Company. (We'd like to know her Culpeper ancestry.)

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Carmen Ana CulpeperPuerto Rican Business Executive
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21 Apr 1997: Carmen Ana Culpeper replaces Puerto Rico Tel Chief Who Quits Amid Growing Scandal (Telephony)
9 Nov 1998: Carmen Ana Culpeper to be replaced by Jon Slater as President and CEO Upon Close of Sale of PRTC to GTE (BusinessWire)
5 Apr 1999: Carmen Ana Culpeper Appointed to Board of Directors of Banco Santander Puerto Rico. (PR Newswire)
June 1999 to June 2000: President of the Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce (BusinessWire)
25 Jul 2000: Centennial Announces Culpeper as New Director (BusinessWire)
Carmen Ana Culpeper replaces Puerto Rico Tel Chief Who Quits Amid Growing Scandal
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Carmen Ana Culpeper, a former treasury secretary and San Juan banker, was appointed to take Garcia's place and oversee the privatization.
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Carmen Ana Culpeper to be replaced by Jon Slater as President and CEO Upon Close of Sale of PRTC to GTE
09 Nov 1998Business Wire,Copyright 1998, Business Wire
IRVING, Texas -- As the first major step in a long-range plan to speed the deployment of state-of-the-art telecommunications technology in Puerto Rico, a GTE-led consortium today designated Jon E. Slater to become president and CEO of the Puerto Rico Telephone Company (PRTC) upon FCC approval of the sale, expected in the first quarter of 1999.Until then, current president Carmen Ana Culpeper will continue to oversee PRTC's day-to-day operations.
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Carmen Ana Culpeper Appointed to Board of Directors of Banco Santander Puerto Rico
5 Apr 1999PR NewswireCopyright 1999, PR Newswire
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico. -- Banco Santander Puerto Rico (NYSE: SBP) has announced the appointment of Carmen Ana Culpeper to the Bank's Board of Directors.
During a professional career spanning 32 years, Culpeper has occupied important positions in both the public and private sectors.These include the presidency of the Puerto Rico Telephone Co. during the past two years, her work as senior vice president with Clark Melvin Securities and with Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette.She also served as president and chief executive officer of New York State's Mortgage Agency, in charge of the financing of housing for low-income families, and was also Treasury Secretary of Puerto Rico from 1981 to 1984.Culpeper is president-elect of the Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce, where she is expected to begin her term in July.
"Our institution is highly satisfied with the addition of Carmen Ana Culpeper to our Board of Directors.Certainly her broad experience and knowledge will strengthen our team", said Benito Cantalapiedra, president of Banco Santander Puerto Rico.
Culpeper has a Magna Cum Laude bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Puerto Rico and a master's degree in the same field from the Wharton School of Business.She has been recognized for her outstanding achievements by the Chamber of Commerce, the Bar Association, the Certified Public Accountants Association, the American Businesswomen's Association and the group of Women Insurance Professionals.
At the national level, she has been included in "'Who's Who in America".The Hispanic Affairs Office and the Puerto Rico Institute of New York have granted her the "Outstanding Citizen Award", for her work on behalf of Hispanics.Furthermore, in 1988 she received the "Puerto Rico Heritage Award", granted by the Mayor of New York, and the prize as the "Most Distinguished Woman in Public Administration" from the Wharton School Alumni Association, among others.
Banco Santander Puerto Rico is a publicly owned company, with assets of over $7.2 billion, whose shares are sold on the New York Stock Exchange.Banco Santander, S.A., Spain's leading banking group, owns 78.3% of the outstanding common stock.The bank has been operating in Puerto Rico for 22 years and provides a wide range of services in the areas of commercial, mortgage and consumer banking, supported by a team of 1,711 employees.The Bank has 77 branches in Puerto Rico, 14 of which are automated teller machines that operate under the name "Red Express", and a branch in New York.
Centennial Announces Culpeper as New Director
25 Jul 2000Business WireCopyright 2000, Business Wire
NEPTUNE, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 25, 2000--Centennial Communications Corp. ("Centennial") (NASDAQ: CYCL) announced today that Carmen Ana Culpeper has agreed to join the Centennial board.Ms. Culpeper was president of the Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce from June 1999 to June 2000 and continues to serve on its Executive Board.
She was president of the Puerto Rico Telephone Company ("PRTC") from 1997 to 1999 and prior to that held various positions in corporate finance at, among others, DLJ and Citibank.In addition, from 1981 to 1984, Ms. Culpeper served as Secretary of the Treasury of the Government of Puerto Rico.Ms. Culpeper is currently a director of Santander Bancorp, the second largest bank in Puerto Rico.
"I am delighted to welcome Carmen to the Centennial board," said Michael J. Small, president and chief executive officer.
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The connection of Carmen Ana Culpeper to the Culpepper Family Tree is not currently known by Culpepper Connections!

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