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Board of Directors
Jack D. Massimino is the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer.
Mr. Massimino served as Chairman of the Board from August 2008 through June 2009. He previously served as CEO of the company from November 2004 until July 2009, when he was named Executive Chairman of the Board. The board reappointed him CEO in November 2010. He has served on the board since 1999 and during his tenure, he has been the Chair of the Audit Committee and a member of the Compensation Committee.
Before joining Corinthian, Mr. Massimino served as Chief Executive Officer and President of Talbert Medical Management Corporation, a publicly traded physician practice management company, from 1995 through 1997. Prior to his association with Talbert, Mr. Massimino held various senior executive positions with FHP International Corporation, a multi-state, publicly traded HMO, with revenues of more than $4 billion. Mr. Massimino has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from California Western University and a Master's Degree in Management from the American Graduate School for International Management. He currently serves on the board of the Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities.
In the past, Mr. Massimino has served on several boards, including Talbert Medical Management Corporation, FHP, Inc., Texas Health Plans, Great States Insurance Company, Art Institute of Southern California, Thunderbird World Business Advisory Council and the Orange County Business Committee for the Arts.
He currently serves on the board of the Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities and on the board of the Jobs for America's Graduates.
Terry O. Hartshorn has served on Corinthian's Board of Directors since September 2005, and was Chairman from December 2006 until August 2008. Mr. Hartshorn currently serves as Lead Independent Director and is a member of the Audit Committee. Currently, Mr. Hartshorn is an investor, advisor and personal coach for start-up and early stage companies in a variety of industries. He has 30 years of senior executive experience across a broad range of healthcare organizations, including start-up, growth and mature public and private companies. In 1976, Mr. Hartshorn founded PacifiCare Health Systems, Inc. and served as its Chief Executive Officer until 1993, growing the company into one of the largest consumer healthcare providers in the U.S. He continues to serve on PacifiCare's Board of Directors. He began his career as an officer with the U.S. Public Health Service. Mr. Hartshorn received his Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and his Master's degree in Hospital Administration from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA).
Paul R. St. Pierre has served on Corinthian's Board of Directors since the Company's inception in July 1995 and was elected Vice Chairman of the Board in January 2003. As one of the original founders of Corinthian, Mr. St. Pierre served as the Company's Executive Vice President, Marketing & Admissions until his retirement in June 2003. Before founding Corinthian, Mr. St. Pierre was employed by a subsidiary of National Education Corporation ("NEC"), where his first assignment was as school President for its San Bernardino, California campus. Subsequently, he held various corporate assignments including Director of Special Projects, Vice President of Operations for the Learning Institutes Group (the largest colleges owned by NEC) and Vice President, Marketing & Admissions. Mr. St. Pierre received his Bachelor's degree in Philosophy from Stonehill College and his Master's degree in Philosophy from Villanova University
Linda Arey Skladany has served on Corinthian's Board of Directors since its initial public offering in February 1999. She is a member of the Board's Compensation and Nominating and Corporate Governance Committees. Ms. Skladany served as Senior Associate Commissioner for External Relations at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from June 2002 until her retirement in May 2003. Prior to that, she was an attorney in the legislative advocacy and regulatory practice of Holland & Hart, a major law firm based in the Western United States, and served as Vice President for Congressional Relations at Parry, Romani, DeConcini & Symms, a Washington D.C. lobbying firm. She has also served on a variety of Presidential committees and held staff positions in several U.S. executive departments, including the Department of Education. Ms. Skladany served a four-year term on the Board of Visitors of the College of William and Mary. She received her Bachelor's degree in Education from the College of William and Mary, her Master's degree in Education from Wake Forest University and her Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Richmond.
Hank Adler has served on Corinthian's Board of Directors since August 2004 and is a member of its Audit and Nominating and Corporate Governance Committees. Currently, Mr. Adler is an assistant professor of accounting at Chapman University, a liberal arts college in Southern California. He spent three decades with Deloitte & Touche, LLP until his retirement in 2003. While at Deloitte & Touche he specialized in tax accounting and served as a client service and tax partner for a variety of public and private companies. Mr. Adler serves on the Board of Directors of Hoag Hospital Memorial Presbyterian and KBS Real Estate Investment Trust. In the 1990s, he served on the Board of Trustees and was the President of the Irvine, California Unified School District. Mr. Adler received his Bachelor's degree in Accounting and his Master's of Business Administration degree from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA).
Alice T. Kane has served on Corinthian's Board of Directors since July 2005, and is a member of its Audit and Compensation Committees. With more than 30 years of financial services experience, Ms. Kane is currently a Partner in the New York Office of Duane Morris LLP. Previously she was Partner, Insurance & Regulatory Practice for Dewey & LeBoeuf LLC from September 2011 to May 2012. Prior to Dewey and LeBoeuf, she was U.S. General Counsel at Zurich N.A., from December 2005 to September 2011. Prior to Zurich, Ms. Kane was Chair and Managing Director of Q-Cubed Alternative Advisor LLC, a hedge fund she founded in September 2004. She began her career at New York Life Insurance Company in 1972, serving there until 1998. During that time she was Executive Vice President of the company's $40 billion asset management business, a member of its executive management committee and general counsel. Ms. Kane has also served as Chairman and President of three of American General Financial Group's mutual fund and variable annuity businesses with combined assets of over $30 billion and as Chairman of Blaylock Asset Management, a minority- and women-owned institutional money manager. Ms. Kane serves on the Board of Directors of PENSCO. She received her Bachelor's degree in Political Science from Manhattanville College and a Juris Doctorate from New York University School of Law.
Other Company Affiliations
Zurich Financial Services Group - General Counsel of North America
Robert "Bob" Lee has served on Corinthian's Board of Directors since November 2006. Mr. Lee, 58, joined Corinthian's board after a long and distinguished career with Pacific Bell (PacBell). At the time of his retirement in 1998, Lee was a corporate executive vice president and president of business communications services. In that role, he was responsible for an operation that generated $3 billion in annual revenue, served one million customers and had 15,000 employees. During his 26-year career at PacBell, Mr. Lee served in a variety of senior marketing and general management positions. Mr. Lee currently serves as a director on the boards of Blue Shield of California, Broadvision, Inc., Netopia, Inc. and Web.com, Inc. He also serves on several community boards, including Committee of 100, Asian Pacific Fund and Youth Tennis Advantage. Mr. Lee earned an MBA degree from the University of California Berkeley and a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California.
Timothy Jackson Sullivan joined Corinthian's board in January 2008. Mr. Sullivan, 63, is president emeritus of the College of William and Mary. His career at the College of William and Mary spans more than 35 years and includes serving for 12 years as its president and, earlier, as dean of its law school, the Marshall-Wythe School of Law. Sullivan served as the law school's executive director, Institute of Bill of Rights Law and the John Stewart Bryan professor of Jurisprudence. He joined the law school as an assistant professor of law and rose to become associate professor, then full professor.
Sullivan's career is marked by extensive public service. He was executive assistant for policy for former Virginia Governor Charles S. Robb and a member of numerous task forces and boards, including, among others, the Virginia Board of Education, Education Advisory Panel, Association of Governing Boards of Universities & Colleges Council of Presidents and Virginia Rhodes Scholarship Committee. Sullivan served in the U.S. Army Signal Corps in Vietnam, where he received the Army Commendation Medal, First Oak Leaf Cluster, and the Bronze Star Medal. Sullivan is a published author on a variety of legal issues. He earned a bachelor's degree from the College of William and Mary and a juris doctorate degree from Harvard University.
John M. Dionisio joined Corinthian’s board in April 2008. Mr. Dionisio is Executive Chairman of AECOM Technology Corporation (NYSE: ACM), a global provider of professional technical and management support services for a broad range of markets. He has been with the company or its predecessor firms for more than 40 years.
Mr. Dionisio has held several leadership roles since joining AECOM in 1971. Prior to being appointed Executive Chairman, Mr. Dionisio served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer since 2011. He served as President and Chief Executive Officer for AECOM commencing in 2005. Before this, he served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, and earlier as President and Chief Executive Officer of AECOM legacy operating company DMJM Harris. AECOM has over $8 billion in annual revenue and 45,000 employees, with clients in more than 150 countries.
Mr. Dionisio earned a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Polytechnic Institute of New York and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from The City College of New York.
Dr. Robinson joined Corinthian's Board in January 2011. She is currently President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE.) Dr. Robinson was formerly president of the Educational Testing Service's Educational Policy Leadership Institute. While at ETS, she also served as senior vice president and chief operating officer, and as vice president for teaching and learning and for state and federal relations.
Before joining ETS, Dr. Robinson was assistant secretary of education with the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Educational Research and Improvement.
She serves on the board of trustees for Alfred Harcourt Foundation; on Columbia University's Supplemental Education Task Force, and on the board of directors for Jobs for America's Graduates. She is past chair of the Diversity Issues in Measurement Committee, National Council for Measurement in Education.
Robinson received her doctorate in educational administration and supervision from the University of Kentucky, where she also earned her bachelor's and master's degrees. In 2002, she completed the renowned Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program.
Marc Morial joined Corinthian's board in April 2013. As President of the National Urban League since 2003 he has been the primary catalyst for an era of change -- a transformation for the 100 year old civil rights organization. His energetic and skilled leadership has expanded the League’s work around an Empowerment agenda, which is redefining civil rights in the 21st century with a renewed emphasis on closing the economic gaps between Whites and Blacks as well as rich and poor Americans.
In a distinguished professional career that has spanned 25 years, Marc Morial has performed all of these roles with excellence, and is one of the most accomplished servant-leaders in the nation. As a Louisiana State Senator, Morial was named Legislative Rookie of the Year, Education Senator of the Year, and Environmental Senator of the Year, while authoring laws on a wide range of important subjects. As Mayor of New Orleans, Morial was a popular chief executive with a broad multi-racial coalition who led New Orleans’ 1990’s renaissance, and left office with a 70% approval rating.
He serves as an Executive Committee member of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, the Black Leadership Forum, and Leadership 18, and is a Board Member of the Muhammad Ali Center, and the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.
He has been recognized as one of the 100 most influential Black Americans by Ebony Magazine, as well as one of the Top 50 Nonprofit Executives by the Nonprofit Times.
A graduate of the prestigious University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Economics and African American Studies, he also holds a law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C., as well as honorary degrees from Xavier University, Wilberforce University, and the University of South Carolina Upstate.