|Jaynie Miller Studenmund|
Jaynie Miller Studenmund is a director on the board of Orbitz Worldwide. Ms. Studenmund was elected to the board as a Class I director in July 2007 and is Chair of the compensation committee and a member of the audit committee and nominating and corporate governance. Her current term expires at the 2014 Annual Meeting.
Ms. Studenmund is a corporate director and advisor. Ms. Studenmund currently serves on the boards of Pinnacle Entertainment (PNK), a gaming and entertainment company; Core Logic (CLGX), a financial information and data analytics company; several public funds for Western Asset, a major fixed income fund; and Forest Lawn, an industry leading memorial parks provider. Ms. Studenmund is also a lifetime trustee and board member of Huntington Memorial Hospital, a regional teaching hospital in Pasadena, CA, and was just named one of five lifetime trustees. She previously served on the boards of MarketTools, a provider of customer insight management tools, from 2010 to 2012, which was sold to Survey Monkey and TPG; eHarmony.com, the premier online relationship services company, from 2005 to 2011; Countrywide Bank, a regulated bank subsidiary (deposit only) of Countrywide Financial Corp., from 2002 to 2008; and aQuantive, Inc., a publicly traded, top digital marketing services and technology company, which was sold to Microsoft in 2007, from 2004 to 2007.
From January 2001 to January 2004, Ms. Studenmund was Chief Operating Officer of Overture Services, Inc., the creator of paid search. Overture was acquired by Yahoo, Inc. in 2004. From February 2000 to January 2001, she was President and Chief Operating Officer of PayMyBills.com, the leading online bill management company. Before becoming an executive in the internet business, Ms. Studenmund had a career in financial services, primarily at First Interstate Bank of California, now Wells Fargo, where from 1985 to 1996, Ms. Studenmund served in various positions, including Executive Vice President and Head of Retail Banking, and Chief Marketing Officer. From 1996 to 1998, Ms. Studenmund was Executive Vice President and Head of Retail Banking at Great Western Bank and then Home Savings Bank, the two largest S&Ls in the nation that were becoming commercial banks, both of which were sold and are now part of JPMorgan Chase.
Ms. Studenmund holds a BA degree from Wellesley College and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.