with Texas Instruments since 1984 in various engineering and management positions, including Automotive Marketing Manager, North American Automotive General Manager and Automotive Sensors and
Controls Global Business Unit Manager.
Jeffrey Cote was appointed Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Director by the Board of Directors of STI in July 2007. Mr. Cote has served as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of STI
since January 2007. From March 2005 to December 2006, Mr. Cote was Chief Operating Officer of the law firm Ropes & Gray. From January 2000 to March 2005, Mr. Cote was Chief Operating and Financial Officer of Digitas. Previously he
worked for Ernst & Young LLP.
Donna Kimmel was appointed Senior Vice President, Human Resources of STI by the Board of Directors in January 2007. She has served as Vice President, Human Resources of STI since the completion of the 2006 Acquisition.
Ms. Kimmel served as Human Resources Manager for the S&C business of Texas Instruments since January 2005 and as Vice President of Texas Instruments since 2005. Prior to that, Ms. Kimmel served as Worldwide Business HR Manager for the
Broadband Communications Group of Texas Instruments from January 2000 to January 2005 and as Worldwide Manager of Leadership and Organization Development for Texas Instruments from 1997 to January 2000. Prior to joining Texas Instruments,
Ms. Kimmel held various human resources management positions in the financial services industry.
Steve Major was appointed Senior Vice President, Sensors of STI by the Board of Directors in January 2007. He has served as
Vice President, Sensors of STI since the completion of the 2006 Acquisition. Mr. Major served as the General Manager for North American Automotive Sensors for the S&C business of Texas Instruments since 2000. Mr. Major joined Texas
Instruments in 1983 after serving four years in the United States Army.
Richard Dane, Jr. was appointed Senior Vice President, Global Operations of STI by the Board of Directors in January 2007. He has served as Vice President, Operations of STI since the
completion of the 2006 Acquisition. Mr. Dane served as Best Cost Producer Strategy Manager for the S&C business of Texas Instruments since April 2001 and as a Vice President of Texas Instruments since 2002. Mr. Dane joined Texas
Instruments in 1977, and has been employed in various management positions including S&C General Manager in Canada, Radio Frequency Identification Systems General manager in Germany and S&C Best Cost Producer Strategy Manager.
Robert Hureau has served as Chief Accounting
Officer of STI since May 2009, and as Vice President and Corporate Controller of STI since February 2007. From 2004 to 2007, Mr. Hureau worked as vice president corporate controller and vice president finance at Brooks Eckerd Pharmacy and from 1998
to 2004 as corporate controller at Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc. Previously, Mr. Hureau worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and is a Certified Public Accountant in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Martin Carter has served as Senior Vice President,
Controls of STI since December 2009. From 2007 to 2009, Mr. Carter served as the Vice President and General Manager of Kaiser Aluminum. From 2001 to 2006, Mr. Carter was President of Hydro Aluminum North America and Norsk Hydro North America.
Ed Conard has served as a director
of STI since the completion of the 2006 Acquisition. Mr. Conard was a Managing Director of Bain Capital from 1993 to 2007. Prior to joining Bain Capital, Mr. Conard was a director of Wasserstein Perella from 1990 to 1992 where he headed
the firms Transaction Development Group. Previously, Mr. Conard was a Vice President at Bain & Company, where he headed the firms operations practice and managed major client relationships in the industrial manufacturing
and consumer goods industries. Mr. Conard also has experience as both a product and manufacturing engineer in the automobile industry. Mr. Conard serves on the board of directors of Broder Bros., Co., Unisource Worldwide, Inc. and Waters
Corp. Mr. Conard served as a director of Innophos Holdings, Inc. from November 2006 to October 2007. Mr. Conard was selected to serve as a director of the issuer because he has had significant involvement with Sensata since the