|Audit||Compensation||Governance & Nominating|
|Rob L Rosen|
|Eva M. Sage-Gavin|
Eva Sage-Gavin has been a member of Sapient’s Board since April 2013. Ms. Sage-Gavin, a senior executive with corporate leadership experience in retail, technology and consumer products, in addition to international public policy and education initiatives, is Vice Chair of the Aspen Institute’s Skills for America’s Future Advisory Board, working directly with senior White House leaders, community colleges and corporations to build skilled workforces. She also serves on the HR Policy Association board and chairs its Workforce Development committee.
From 2010 to February 2, 2014, Ms. Sage-Gavin served as executive vice president, global human resources and corporate affairs, at The Gap Inc. (“Gap Inc”). As “chief people officer,” she set the strategy for communications, government and public affairs, foundation, and social and environmental responsibility. From 2003 to 2010, she served in various other executive human resources roles at Gap Inc.
Prior to joining Gap Inc. in 2003, Ms. Sage-Gavin worked at Sun Microsystems, Inc. and Disney Consumer Products as senior vice president, human resources. In addition, she has served in various senior human resources leadership positions for The PepsiCo Corporation, including its Taco Bell division, and for Xerox Corporation.
Ms. Sage-Gavin has been regularly recognized for her contributions to human resource excellence. In 2012, Cornell University honored her with the Groat Award for her professional accomplishments. In 2006, Ms. Sage-Gavin received the distinguished honor of Fellow from the National Academy of Human Resources.
Ms. Sage-Gavin holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial and labor relations from Cornell University.
|Curtis R. Welling|
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