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Cadiz Inc.

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Cadiz Inc.

550 South Hope Street Suite 2850

Los Angeles, California 90071

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1983, Cadiz Inc. is a land and water resource development company that owns 70 sq. miles of property and water rights in Southern California. The Company is engaged in a combination of sustainable farming and water supply and storage projects, ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

California Horse Racing Board

Chairman

Santa Anita Park

Chairman

Sun World International LLC

Affiliations

Position, Resources Committee
21st Century

Web References (188 Total References)


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    The Board believes that each nominee has valuable individual skills and experience that, taken together, provides it with the variety and depth of knowledge, judgment and vision necessary to provide effective oversight of a resource development enterprise like ours.  As indicated in the following biographies, the nominees have extensive and diverse experience in a variety of fields, including water policy (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Slater and Mr. Shaheen), real estate development (Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Hickox), environmental stewardship (Mr. Hutchison and Mr. Hickox), agricultural development (Mr. Brackpool and Mr. Shaheen), capital raising (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Grant), public accounting (Mr. Pacini, Mr. Shaheen and Mr. Courter), and academia (Mr. Courter and Mr. Slater).
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    The Board believes that each nominee has valuable individual skills and experience that, taken together, provides it with the variety and depth of knowledge, judgment and vision necessary to provide effective oversight of a resource development enterprise like ours.  As indicated in the following biographies, the nominees have extensive and diverse experience in a variety of fields, including water policy (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Slater and Mr. Shaheen), real estate development (Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Hickox), environmental stewardship (Mr. Hutchison and Mr. Hickox), agricultural development (Mr. Brackpool and Mr. Shaheen), capital raising (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Grant), public accounting (Mr. Pacini, Mr. Shaheen and Mr. Courter), and academia (Mr. Courter and Mr. Slater).
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    The Board believes that each nominee has valuable individual skills and experience that, taken together, provides it with the variety and depth of knowledge, judgment and vision necessary to provide effective oversight of a resource development enterprise like ours.  As indicated in the following biographies, the nominees have extensive and diverse experience in a variety of fields, including water policy (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Slater and Mr. Shaheen), real estate development (Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Hickox), environmental stewardship (Mr. Hutchison and Mr. Hickox), agricultural development (Mr. Brackpool and Mr. Shaheen), capital raising (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Grant), public accounting (Mr. Pacini, Mr. Shaheen and Mr. Courter), and academia (Mr. Courter and Mr. Slater).
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    The Board also believes that, as indicated in the biographies, the nominees have demonstrated significant leadership skills as a chief executive officer (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Shaheen, Mr. Pacini, Mr. Grant and Mr. Courter) or in government through Cabinet service (Mr. Hickox).  All of the nominees have significant experience in the oversight of public companies due to their service as the Company's directors and directors of other companies.  The Board believes that these skills and experiences qualify each nominee to serve as a director of the Company.
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Keith Brackpool
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    Keith Brackpool is a co-founder of the Company and Chairman of the Company's Board of Directors, a position he has held since 2001.  Mr. Brackpool was appointed to the Board of Directors in 1986.  Mr. Brackpool served as President of the Company from December 1991 until April 2011.  Mr. Brackpool also served as Chief Executive Officer of the Company from December 1991 until January  2013.  In addition to his role with the Company, Mr. Brackpool is a member of the Board of Directors of the Stronach Group, North America's leading thoroughbred racing and gaming company, and Chairman of its West Coast operations.  Mr. Brackpool is also currently a principal of 1334 Partners L.P., a partnership that owns commercial real estate in CaliforniaMr. Brackpool has extensive experience in California public policy and, most recently, served on the California Horse Racing Board (CHRB) from September 2009 - January 2013, including a term as Chairman from 2010 - 2013.  Previously, Mr. Brackpool was co-chair of California Governor Gray Davis' Agriculture and Water Transition Task Force and the Commission on Building for the 21st Century, a diverse panel that developed long-term policy proposals to meet the state's future water, housing, technology and transportation needs.  Earlier in his career, Mr. Brackpool served as director and chief executive officer of North American Operations for Albert Fisher Group, a multi-billion dollar food company.
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    Currently, Mr. Brackpool serves as Chairman of the Board and Mr. Slater serves as Chief Executive Office and President.  Mr.
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Brackpool had previously served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from 2001 until January  2013.  The Board separated the capacities of Chairman and Chief Executive in January 2013 for the first time since 2001.  The Board believes this change provided additional independence between the Board and management and allows the Board to provide objective guidance and oversight to Mr. Slater and management as they execute the Company's business plans, carry out the Company's strategic initiatives, and confront any challenges.  The separation of the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board roles at public companies has been recommended by proxy advisory experts, stockholder groups and American legislators as a means to promote good corporate governance following the enactment in the United States of the 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley Act.


       Keith ...

www.sec.gov [cached]

       Keith Brackpool

...
    The Board believes that each nominee has valuable individual skills and experience that, taken together, provides it with the variety and depth of knowledge, judgment and vision necessary to provide effective oversight of a resource development enterprise like ours.  As indicated in the following biographies, the nominees have extensive and diverse experience in a variety of fields, including water policy (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Slater and Mr. Shaheen), real estate development (Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Hickox), environmental stewardship (Mr. Hutchison and Mr. Hickox), agricultural development (Mr. Brackpool and Mr. Shaheen), capital raising (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Grant), public accounting (Mr. Pacini, Mr. Shaheen and Mr. Courter), and academia (Mr. Courter and Mr. Slater).
...
    The Board believes that each nominee has valuable individual skills and experience that, taken together, provides it with the variety and depth of knowledge, judgment and vision necessary to provide effective oversight of a resource development enterprise like ours.  As indicated in the following biographies, the nominees have extensive and diverse experience in a variety of fields, including water policy (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Slater and Mr. Shaheen), real estate development (Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Hickox), environmental stewardship (Mr. Hutchison and Mr. Hickox), agricultural development (Mr. Brackpool and Mr. Shaheen), capital raising (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Grant), public accounting (Mr. Pacini, Mr. Shaheen and Mr. Courter), and academia (Mr. Courter and Mr. Slater).
...
    The Board believes that each nominee has valuable individual skills and experience that, taken together, provides it with the variety and depth of knowledge, judgment and vision necessary to provide effective oversight of a resource development enterprise like ours.  As indicated in the following biographies, the nominees have extensive and diverse experience in a variety of fields, including water policy (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Slater and Mr. Shaheen), real estate development (Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Hickox), environmental stewardship (Mr. Hutchison and Mr. Hickox), agricultural development (Mr. Brackpool and Mr. Shaheen), capital raising (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Grant), public accounting (Mr. Pacini, Mr. Shaheen and Mr. Courter), and academia (Mr. Courter and Mr. Slater).
...
    The Board also believes that, as indicated in the biographies, the nominees have demonstrated significant leadership skills as a chief executive officer (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Shaheen, Mr. Pacini, Mr. Grant and Mr. Courter) or in government through Cabinet service (Mr. Hickox).  All of the nominees have significant experience in the oversight of public companies due to their service as the Company's directors and directors of other companies.  The Board believes that these skills and experiences qualify each nominee to serve as a director of the Company.
...
Keith Brackpool
...
    Keith Brackpool is a co-founder of the Company and Chairman of the Company's Board of Directors, a position he has held since 2001.  Mr. Brackpool was appointed to the Board of Directors in 1986.  Mr. Brackpool served as President of the Company from December 1991 until April 2011.  Mr. Brackpool also served as Chief Executive Officer of the Company from December 1991 until January  2013.  In addition to his role with the Company, Mr. Brackpool is a member of the Board of Directors of the Stronach Group, North America's leading thoroughbred racing and gaming company, and Chairman of its West Coast operations.  Mr. Brackpool is also currently a principal of 1334 Partners L.P., a partnership that owns commercial real estate in CaliforniaMr. Brackpool has extensive experience in California public policy and, most recently, served on the California Horse Racing Board (CHRB) from September 2009 - January 2013, including a term as Chairman from 2010 - 2013.  Previously, Mr. Brackpool was co-chair of California Governor Gray Davis' Agriculture and Water Transition Task Force and the Commission on Building for the 21st Century, a diverse panel that developed long-term policy proposals to meet the state's future water, housing, technology and transportation needs.  Earlier in his career, Mr. Brackpool served as director and chief executive officer of North American Operations for Albert Fisher Group, a multi-billion dollar food company.
...
    Currently, Mr. Brackpool serves as Chairman of the Board and Mr. Slater serves as Chief Executive Office and President.  Mr.
...
Brackpool had previously served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from 2001 until January  2013.  The Board separated the capacities of Chairman and Chief Executive in January 2013 for the first time since 2001.  The Board believes this change provided additional independence between the Board and management and allows the Board to provide objective guidance and oversight to Mr. Slater and management as they execute the Company's business plans, carry out the Company's strategic initiatives, and confront any challenges.  The separation of the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board roles at public companies has been recommended by proxy advisory experts, stockholder groups and American legislators as a means to promote good corporate governance following the enactment in the United States of the 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley Act.


    Keith ...

www.sec.gov [cached]

    Keith Brackpool

...
     The Board believes that each nominee has valuable individual skills and experience that, taken together, provides it with the variety and depth of knowledge, judgment and vision necessary to provide effective oversight of a resource development enterprise like ours.  As indicated in the following biographies, the nominees have extensive and diverse experience in a variety of fields, including water policy (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Slater and Mr. Shaheen), real estate development (Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Hickox), environmental stewardship (Mr. Hutchison and Mr. Hickox), agricultural development (Mr. Brackpool and Mr. Shaheen), capital raising (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Grant), public accounting (Mr. Pacini, Mr. Shaheen and Mr. Courter), and academia (Mr. Courter and Mr. Slater).
...
     The Board believes that each nominee has valuable individual skills and experience that, taken together, provides it with the variety and depth of knowledge, judgment and vision necessary to provide effective oversight of a resource development enterprise like ours.  As indicated in the following biographies, the nominees have extensive and diverse experience in a variety of fields, including water policy (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Slater and Mr. Shaheen), real estate development (Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Hickox), environmental stewardship (Mr. Hutchison and Mr. Hickox), agricultural development (Mr. Brackpool and Mr. Shaheen), capital raising (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Grant), public accounting (Mr. Pacini, Mr. Shaheen and Mr. Courter), and academia (Mr. Courter and Mr. Slater).
...
     The Board believes that each nominee has valuable individual skills and experience that, taken together, provides it with the variety and depth of knowledge, judgment and vision necessary to provide effective oversight of a resource development enterprise like ours.  As indicated in the following biographies, the nominees have extensive and diverse experience in a variety of fields, including water policy (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Slater and Mr. Shaheen), real estate development (Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Hickox), environmental stewardship (Mr. Hutchison and Mr. Hickox), agricultural development (Mr. Brackpool and Mr. Shaheen), capital raising (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Grant), public accounting (Mr. Pacini, Mr. Shaheen and Mr. Courter), and academia (Mr. Courter and Mr. Slater).
...
     The Board also believes that, as indicated in the biographies, the nominees have demonstrated significant leadership skills as a chief executive officer (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Shaheen, Mr. Pacini, Mr. Grant and Mr. Courter) or in government through Cabinet service (Mr. Hickox).  All of the nominees have significant experience in the oversight of public companies due to their service as the Company's directors and directors of other companies.  The Board believes that these skills and experiences qualify each nominee to serve as a director of the Company.
...
Keith  Brackpool
...
     Keith Brackpool is a co-founder of the Company and Chairman of the Company's Board of Directors, a position he has held since 2001.  Mr. Brackpool was appointed to the Board of Directors in 1986.  Mr. Brackpool served as President of the Company from December 1991 until April 2011.  Mr. Brackpool also served as Chief Executive Officer of the Company from December 1991 until January  2013.  In addition to his role with the Company, Mr. Brackpool is a member of the Board of Directors of the Stronach Group, North America's leading thoroughbred racing and gaming company, and Chairman of its West Coast operations.  Mr. Brackpool is also currently a principal of 1334 Partners L.P., a partnership that owns commercial real estate in CaliforniaMr. Brackpool has extensive experience in California public policy and, most recently, served on the California Horse Racing Board (CHRB) from September 2009 - January 2013, including a term as Chairman from 2010 - 2013.  Previously, Mr. Brackpool was co-chair of California Governor Gray Davis' Agriculture and Water Transition Task Force and the Commission on Building for the 21st Century, a diverse panel that developed long-term policy proposals to meet the state's future water, housing, technology and transportation needs.  Earlier in his career, Mr. Brackpool served as director and chief executive officer of North American Operations for Albert Fisher Group, a multi-billion dollar food company.
...
     Currently, Mr. Brackpool serves as Chairman of the Board and Mr. Slater serves as Chief Executive Office and President.  Mr.
...
Brackpool had previously served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from 2001 until January  2013.  The Board separated the capacities of Chairman and Chief Executive in January 2013 for the first time since 2001.  The Board believes this change provided additional independence between the Board and management and allows the Board to provide objective guidance and oversight to Mr. Slater and management as they execute the Company's business plans, carry out the Company's strategic initiatives, and confront any challenges.  The separation of the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board roles at public companies  has been recommended by proxy advisory experts, stockholder groups and American legislators as a means to promote good corporate governance following the enactment in the United States of the 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley Act.


Keith ...

www.sec.gov [cached]

Keith Brackpool

...
     The Board believes that each nominee has valuable individual skills and experience that, taken together, provides it with the variety and depth of knowledge, judgment and vision necessary to provide effective oversight of a resource development enterprise like ours.  As indicated in the following biographies, the nominees have extensive and diverse experience in a variety of fields, including water policy (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Slater and Mr. Shaheen), real estate development (Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Hickox), environmental stewardship (Mr. Hutchison and Mr. Hickox), agricultural development (Mr. Brackpool and Mr. Shaheen), capital raising (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Pacini, Mr. Riley and Mr. Grant), public accounting (Mr. Pacini, Mr. Shaheen and Mr. Courter), and academia (Mr. Courter and Mr. Slater).
...
     The Board believes that each nominee has valuable individual skills and experience that, taken together, provides it with the variety and depth of knowledge, judgment and vision necessary to provide effective oversight of a resource development enterprise like ours.  As indicated in the following biographies, the nominees have extensive and diverse experience in a variety of fields, including water policy (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Slater and Mr. Shaheen), real estate development (Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Hickox), environmental stewardship (Mr. Hutchison and Mr. Hickox), agricultural development (Mr. Brackpool and Mr. Shaheen), capital raising (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Pacini, Mr. Riley and Mr. Grant), public accounting (Mr. Pacini, Mr. Shaheen and Mr. Courter), and academia (Mr. Courter and Mr. Slater).
...
     The Board believes that each nominee has valuable individual skills and experience that, taken together, provides it with the variety and depth of knowledge, judgment and vision necessary to provide effective oversight of a resource development enterprise like ours.  As indicated in the following biographies, the nominees have extensive and diverse experience in a variety of fields, including water policy (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Slater and Mr. Shaheen), real estate development (Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Hickox), environmental stewardship (Mr. Hutchison and Mr. Hickox), agricultural development (Mr. Brackpool and Mr. Shaheen), capital raising (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Pacini, Mr. Riley and Mr. Grant), public accounting (Mr. Pacini, Mr. Shaheen and Mr. Courter), and academia (Mr. Courter and Mr. Slater).
...
     The Board also believes that, as indicated in the biographies, the nominees have demonstrated significant leadership skills as a chief executive officer (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Shaheen, Mr. Pacini, Mr. Grant, Mr. Riley and Mr. Courter) or in government through Cabinet service (Mr. Hickox).  All of the nominees have significant experience in the oversight of public companies due to their service as the Company's directors and directors of other companies.  The Board believes that these skills and experiences qualify each nominee to serve as a director of the Company.
...
Keith  Brackpool
...
     Keith Brackpool is a co-founder of the Company and Chairman of the Company's Board of Directors, a position he has held since 2001.  Mr. Brackpool was appointed to the Board of Directors in 1986.  Mr. Brackpool served as President of the Company from December 1991 until April 2011.  Mr. Brackpool also served as Chief Executive Officer of the Company from December 1991 until January 31, 2013.  In addition to his role with the Company, Mr. Brackpool is a member of the Board of Directors of the Stronach Group, North America's leading thoroughbred racing and gaming company, and Chairman of its West Coast operations.  Mr. Brackpool is also currently a principal of 1334 Partners L.P., a partnership that owns commercial real estate in CaliforniaMr. Brackpool has extensive experience in California public policy and, most recently, served on the California Horse Racing Board (CHRB) from September 2009 - January 2013, including a term as Chairman from 2010 - 2013.  Previously, Mr. Brackpool was co-chair of California Governor Gray Davis' Agriculture and Water Transition Task Force and the Commission on Building for the 21st Century, a diverse panel that developed long-term policy proposals to meet the state's future water, housing, technology and transportation needs.  Earlier in his career, Mr. Brackpool served as director and chief executive officer of North American Operations for Albert Fisher Group, a multi-billion dollar food company.
...
Currently, Mr. Brackpool serves as Chairman of the Board and Mr. Slater serves as Chief Executive Office and President.  Mr.
...
Brackpool had previously served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from 2001 until January 31, 2013.  The Board separated the capacities of Chairman and Chief Executive in January 2013 for the first time since 2001.  The Board believes this change provided additional independence between the Board and management and allows the Board to provide objective guidance and oversight to Mr. Slater and management as they execute the Company's business plans, carry out the Company's strategic initiatives, and confront any challenges.  The separation of Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board role at public companies has been recommended by proxy advisors, stockholder groups and American legislators to promote good corporate governance following the enactment in the United States of the 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley Act.


    Keith ...

www.sec.gov [cached]

    Keith Brackpool

...
    The Board believes that each nominee has valuable individual skills and experience that, taken together, provides it with the variety and depth of knowledge, judgment and vision necessary to provide effective oversight of a resource development enterprise like ours.  As indicated in the following biographies, the nominees have extensive and diverse experience in a variety of fields, including water policy (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Slater and Mr. Shaheen), real estate development (Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Hickox), environmental stewardship (Mr. Hutchison and Mr. Hickox), agricultural development (Mr. Brackpool and Mr. Shaheen), capital raising (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Pacini, Mr. Riley and Mr. Grant), public accounting (Mr. Pacini, Mr. Shaheen and Mr. Courter), and academia (Mr. Courter and Mr. Slater).
...
    The Board believes that each nominee has valuable individual skills and experience that, taken together, provides it with the variety and depth of knowledge, judgment and vision necessary to provide effective oversight of a resource development enterprise like ours.  As indicated in the following biographies, the nominees have extensive and diverse experience in a variety of fields, including water policy (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Slater and Mr. Shaheen), real estate development (Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Hickox), environmental stewardship (Mr. Hutchison and Mr. Hickox), agricultural development (Mr. Brackpool and Mr. Shaheen), capital raising (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Pacini, Mr. Riley and Mr. Grant), public accounting (Mr. Pacini, Mr. Shaheen and Mr. Courter), and academia (Mr. Courter and Mr. Slater).
...
    The Board believes that each nominee has valuable individual skills and experience that, taken together, provides it with the variety and depth of knowledge, judgment and vision necessary to provide effective oversight of a resource development enterprise like ours.  As indicated in the following biographies, the nominees have extensive and diverse experience in a variety of fields, including water policy (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Slater and Mr. Shaheen), real estate development (Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Pacini, and Mr. Hickox), environmental stewardship (Mr. Hutchison and Mr. Hickox), agricultural development (Mr. Brackpool and Mr. Shaheen), capital raising (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Pacini, Mr. Riley and Mr. Grant), public accounting (Mr. Pacini, Mr. Shaheen and Mr. Courter), and academia (Mr. Courter and Mr. Slater).
...
    The Board also believes that, as indicated in the biographies, the nominees have demonstrated significant leadership skills as a chief executive officer (Mr. Brackpool, Mr. Hutchison, Mr. Shaheen, Mr. Pacini, Mr. Grant, Mr. Riley and Mr. Courter) or in government through Cabinet service (Mr. Hickox).  All of the nominees have significant experience in the oversight of public companies due to their service as the Company's directors and directors of other companies.  The Board believes that these skills and experiences qualify each nominee to serve as a director of the Company.
...
Keith  Brackpool
...
    Keith Brackpool is a co-founder of the Company and Chairman of the Company's Board of Directors, a position he has held since 2001.  Mr. Brackpool was appointed to the Board of Directors in 1986.  Mr. Brackpool served as President of the Company from December 1991 until April 2011.  Mr. Brackpool also served as Chief Executive Officer of the Company from December 1991 until January 31, 2013.  In addition to his role with the Company, Mr. Brackpool is a member of the Board of Directors of the Stronach Group, North America's leading thoroughbred racing and gaming company, and Chairman of its West Coast operations.  Mr. Brackpool is also currently a principal of 1334 Partners L.P., a partnership that owns commercial real estate in California.  Mr. Brackpool has extensive experience in California public policy and, most recently, served on the California Horse Racing Board (CHRB) from September 2009 - January 2013, including a term as Chairman from 2010 - 2013.  Previously, Mr. Brackpool was co-chair of California Governor Gray Davis' Agriculture and Water Transition Task Force and the Commission on Building for the 21st Century, a diverse panel that developed long-term policy proposals to meet the state's future water, housing, technology and transportation needs.  Earlier in his career, Mr. Brackpool served as director and chief executive officer of North American Operations for Albert Fisher Group, a multi-billion dollar food company.
...
    Currently, Mr. Brackpool serves as Chairman of the Board and Mr. Slater serves as Chief Executive Office and President.  Mr. Brackpool had previously served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from 2001 until January 31, 2013.   The Board separated the capacities of Chairman and Chief Executive in January 2013 for the first time since 2001.  The Board believes this change provides additional independence between the Board and management and will allow the Board to provide objective guidance and oversight to Mr. Slater and management as they execute the Company's business plans, carry out the Company's strategic initiatives, and confront any challenges.  The separation of Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board role at public companies has been recommended by proxy advisors, stockholder groups and American legislators to promote good corporate governance following the enactment in the United States of the 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley Act.

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