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Cherwoo, Sharda 

Ms. Sharda Cherwoo serves as Independent Director of the Company. Ms. Cherwoo retired as a Senior Partner from Ernst & Young LLP ("EY") in January 2020, after more than 37 years of service, including 28 years as a Client Service Partner with specialized industry focus in private equity, financial services, health care and emerging and disruptive technology companies. Since October 2015, Ms. Cherwoo launched and spearheaded EY's Intelligent Automation program, with a focus on strategic direction, governance and risk management. As part of that role, she also directed EY's investments in robotic process automation ("RPA") and digital transformation initiatives. She also advised a number of Fortune 500 companies on their intelligent automation strategies, including operating models, digital and talent transformation planning, artificial intelligence and blockchain initiatives. Ms. Cherwoo concurrently served as a Senior Advisory Partner in EY's Private Equity practice group since 2009 and as a Global Client Service Partner and Global Tax Account Leader since 1991, where she was responsible for advising on digital transformation, RPA initiatives, complex tax accounting and global tax planning, as well as mergers, acquisitions and divestitures and their impact on business and global tax strategies. From 2001 to 2004, Ms. Cherwoo served as the founding Chief Executive Officer of EY's Global Shared Services operations in Bangalore, India, which was EY's first global offshoring center for client-facing operations. Prior to that, Ms. Cherwoo held various senior leadership roles and other positions since joining EY in the US in 1982 in the audit practice.

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Options Compensation

  Quantity Market Value
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Name Fiscal Year Total

Michael Kasbar

7,100,060

Ira Birns

2,795,540

Jeffrey Smith

2,820,320

R. Alexander Lake

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Michael Crosby

2,211,760

John Rau

2,652,520
As Of  31 Dec 2019