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Beth S. Horowitz

Senior Marketing Analyst, Digital Acquisitions

American Express Company

HQ Phone:  (212) 640-2000

Email: b***@***.com

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American Express Company

200 Vesey Street 50Th Floor

New York City, New York,10285

United States

Company Description

American Express Company is a services company. The Company's principal products and services are charge and credit payment card products, and travel-related services offered to consumers and businesses around the world. The Company's segments include U.S. Con...more

Background Information

Employment History

Independent Director, HSBC Bank Canada

Women


Limited Partner

Women's Venture Capital Fund


Sales Planner

Discovery Communications, Inc.


Affiliations

HSBC plc

Independent Director


Art Gallery of Ontario

Board of Trustees


Harvard Business School

Board Member


McEwen Centre for Regenerative Medicine

Communications Advisory Board


Catalyst Inc

Advisory Board


Aimia Inc

Independent Director


National Quality Institute

Member of the Board of Governors


International Women's Forum Inc

Member


UNITY Charity

Board Member


Marketing

Member


York University

Board of Governors Member


Canada Board

Member of Audit and Risk Committee


Various Organizations

Independent Board Member


Sustainable Enterprise Academy

Board of Governors Member


Groupe Aeroplan Inc.

Board Member


Junior Achievement Inc

Advisory Board of Catalyst Canada and the Board of Governors


Canadian

Member of Board of Advisors


American Chamber of Commerce

Member of the Advisory Board


AGO

Board Member


Apple Inc.

Board Member


Schulich School of Business

Advisor On the Dean's Advisory Board


Education

B.A. degree

Medieval and Renaissance European History

Cornell University


M.B.A. degree

Harvard Business School


Masters degree

Business Administration

Harvard University


Web References(152 Total References)


Women of Influence

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BETH HOROWITZ
Independent Director, HSBC Bank Canada Beth is Former President & CEO, Amex Bank of Canada, and Former President & General Manager, Amex Canada, Inc. From 2002-2007, she chaired the Amex Bank of Canada board. During her 22-year career with American Express, Beth served in many leadership roles, including Senior Vice President, International Product Strategy & Development; Vice President, Quality & Reengineering; and Vice President, Strategy & Business Development, Global Network Services. In addition, she served on Amex's Global Diversity Council. She is currently serving on a number of non-profit boards, including the Art Gallery of Ontario (Board of Trustees); Junior Achievement of Central Ontario (Board of Governors); the Schulich School of Business (Dean's Advisory Board); Catalyst Canada (Advisory Board); and Harvard Business School Club of Toronto (Board of Directors). In addition, Beth has served as an Executive-in-Residence at Schulich, and is currently a member of the Marketing and Communications Advisory Board for the McEwen Center for Regenerative Medicine. Beth received a B.A. degree in Medieval and Renaissance European History from Cornell University, and an M.B.A. degree from Harvard Business School. A Conversation on Leadership with HSBC Board Director, Beth Horowitz A Conversation on Leadership with HSBC Board Director, Beth Horowitz Carol-Stephenson


Board of Directors | Aimia

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Beth S. Horowitz
Beth S. Horowitz - Director since December 20, 2012 Beth S. Horowitz is Former Chair, President & CEO, Amex Bank of Canada, and Former President & General Manager, Amex Canada, Inc. She spent 22 years with Amex in a variety of leadership roles including Senior Vice President, International Product Strategy & Development, and Vice President, Quality and Reengineering. In 2009, Ms. Horowitz was appointed to the HSBC Bank Canada Board and is a member of its audit and risk committee. She also serves as Trustee on the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO)'s Board of Trustees, Advisor on the Schulich School of Business' Dean's Advisory Board, member of the Harvard Business School (Global) Alumni Board, Advisor on Catalyst Canada's Advisory Board, Director on the Harvard Business School Club of Toronto Board of Directors, and Advisor for the Women's Venture Capital Fund. Ms. Horowitz received a B.A. degree in Medieval and Renaissance European History from Cornell University, and an M.B.A. degree from Harvard Business School. She also holds the ICD.D certification from the Institute of Corporate Directors.


Board Of Directors | Aimia

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Beth S. Horowitz
Beth S. Horowitz - Director since December 20, 2012 Beth S. Horowitz is Former Chair, President & CEO, Amex Bank of Canada, and Former President & General Manager, Amex Canada, Inc. She spent 22 years with Amex in a variety of leadership roles including Senior Vice President, International Product Strategy & Development, and Vice President, Quality and Reengineering. In 2009, Ms. Horowitz was appointed to the HSBC Bank Canada Board and is a member of its audit and risk committee. She also serves as Trustee on the Art Gallery of Ontario's Board of Trustees, Advisor on the Schulich School of Business' Dean's Advisory Board, Advisor on Catalyst Canada's Advisory Board, Director on the Harvard Business School Club of Toronto's Board of Directors and Advisor for the Women's Venture Capital Fund. Ms. Horowitz received a B.A. degree in Medieval and Renaissance European History from Cornell University, and an M.B.A. degree from Harvard Business School. She also holds the ICD.D from the Institute of Corporate Directors.


Institute of Corporate Directors - Board members need information to deal with unanticipated situations: Horowitz

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HomeAbout the ICDMedia CentreICD NewsBoard members need information to deal with unanticipated situations: Horowitz
Board members need information to deal with unanticipated situations: Horowitz Good board governance is more than just tick-the-box compliance: Halde There are no dumb questions in the boardroom: Heidecker Understand the differences between role of management and board: DuPont Board members need information to deal with unanticipated situations: Horowitz Mar 07, 2014 The ICD-Rotman Directors Education Program is the leading national program for experienced directors in Canada. ICD's Director Journal recently spoke to some of these alumni about their DEP experience and how they've applied the course learning to their board work. BETH HOROWITZ, ICD.D Director, HSBC Bank Canada The challenges that go with the kinds of decisions that have to be made by a board of directors was made crystal clear to 2009 DEP graduate Beth Horowitz when a real-life situation faced by the board at Apple Inc. became part of classroom discussion when she took the course. Ultimately, says Horowitz, the Apple board of directors "made the correct decision" in deciding that Jobs' illness was material information that had to be made public. "It really was one of those times when, as a board member, you have to do some serious soul-searching," says Horowitz. "You realize then that board members need the information and decision making tools to deal with these types of unanticipated situations." Luckily for her, Horowitz says, the DEP has helped her acquire the tools to be able to make those kinds of tough decisions. "Being part of the Directors Education Program and having some valuable discussion on real life situations highlights one of the incredible benefits of the program." Horowitz is the former Chair, President & CEO of Amex Bank of Canada, having spent 22 years with American Express in a variety of leadership roles. In 2009, Ms. Horowitz was appointed to the HSBC Bank Canada Board and sits on its audit and risk committee. She also serves on the Art Gallery of Ontario's Board of Trustees and as an adviser for a number of organizations, including the Schulich School of Business, Catalyst Canada and the Women's Venture Capital Fund. Despite having previous experience sitting on corporate and non-profit boards, Horowitz says the DEP gave her insight into situations boards face that she had not yet encountered. One such example was learning more about a board's role when it comes to dealing with a merger and acquisition. Says Horowitz: "Whether you're someone who has already sat on boards, someone who interacts with boards, or someone who one day wants to sit on a board, I can think of no better way than taking the DEP for rounding out an education in what it means to be a board member."


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Beth S. Horowitz , , , Director since December 20, 2012
Beth S. Horowitz is Former Chair, President & CEO, Amex Bank of Canada, and Former President & General Manager, Amex Canada, Inc. She spent 22 years with Amex in a variety of leadership roles including Senior Vice President, International Product Strategy & Development, and Vice President, Quality and Reengineering. In 2009, Ms. Horowitz was appointed to the HSBC Bank Canada Board and is a member of its audit and risk committee. She also serves as Trustee on the Art Gallery of Ontario's Board of Trustees, Advisor on the Schulich School of Business' Dean's Advisory Board, Advisor on Catalyst Canada's Advisory Board, Director on the Harvard Business School Club of Toronto's Board of Directors and Advisor for the Women's Venture Capital Fund. Ms. Horowitz received a B.A. degree in Medieval and Renaissance European History from Cornell University, and an M.B.A. degree from Harvard Business School. She also holds the ICD.D from the Institute of Corporate Directors.


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