E. Gordon Gee
|Age||Total Calculated Compensation||This person is connected to 28 board members in 3 different organizations across 11 different industries.|
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Dr. E. Gordon Gee had been the President of The Ohio State University since October 2007. Dr. Gee is employed at The Hanover Insurance Group, Inc. He has a wealth of impressive experience, including legal, strategic management and corporate governance expertise. He served as the Chancellor of Vanderbilt University since August 2000 until 2007. He served as the President of Brown University from January 1998 to January 2000 and The Ohio State University from September ...
281 West Lane AvenuePhone: 614-292-6446
Columbus, Ohio 43210
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The University of Utah
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|James Edward Pozzi||Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President and Chairman of Executive Committee|
American National Insurance Company
|Gabriel Tirador||Chief Executive Officer, President, Director and Member of Investment Committee|
Mercury General Corporation
|Christopher O'Kane||Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director|
Aspen Insurance Holdings Limited
|Barry D. Zyskind||Chief Executive Officer, President, Chairman of the Board and Chairman of Executive Committee|
AmTrust Financial Services, Inc.
|Dennis J. Gilmore||Chief Executive Officer, Director and Member of Executive Committee|
First American Financial Corporation
|$900.0K||Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.|
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