|Audit||Compensation||Governance & Nominating|
|Rob L Rosen|
|Eva M. Sage-Gavin|
|Curtis R. Welling|
Curt Welling has been a member of Sapient’s Board since October 2013. Welling is currently a member of the faculty of the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. At Tuck, he has a dual appointment as a Senior Fellow in the Center for Business and Society and in the Center for Global Business and Government. His work at Tuck will focus on issues that arise at the nexus of business, government and civil society. He also currently serves on the board of directors of Coca-Cola Enterprises (NYSE: CCE) and is Chairman of the Board of Visitors of The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy at Dartmouth College. From 2002 until 2014, Welling served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of AmeriCares Foundation Inc. (“AmeriCares”), a leading humanitarian aid and crisis relief organization.
Welling is a seasoned executive with over 30 years of global business and financial expertise. Prior to joining AmeriCares, Welling served as Chief Executive Officer of Princeton eComm Corp., a venture-funded electronic billing and payment company, and SG Cowen Securities Corporation, a securities brokerage firm. Before that, he held several leadership roles with Bear, Stearns, and Co. and the First Boston Corporation (now Credit Suisse), both financial advisory and services companies.
Welling is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a director of the Adirondack Council, and former board chair at Spence Chapin Services and the Donaldson Adoption Institute. He received his undergraduate degree and MBA from Dartmouth College, and earned his JD from Vanderbilt University Law School.
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