Anne Taylor has served as one of our directors since September 2018. In 2018, Ms. Taylor retired from Deloitte, a leading global provider of audit and assurance, consulting, financial advisory, risk advisory, tax and related services, where she served as Vice Chairman, and Managing Partner of the Houston office. During her 30-year career at Deloitte, she held numerous leadership roles, including Regional Managing Partner for the eight-state Mid-America region. Ms. Taylor was Deloitte’s first Chief Strategy Officer, taking on the role at the initiation of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. Under her leadership, the resulting firm grew a portfolio business, along with integrated service offerings, and retained a management consulting business that grew from $3.0 billion in revenue in 2003 to the largest in the world today. She served as global e-business leader where she led Deloitte’s transformation to serve clients in the digital economy, which has evolved into the basis of Deloitte’s cyber-security practice. Additionally, Ms. Taylor was the strategic partner advisor to the World Economic Forum’s Technology Pioneer Program and became the first woman to serve on Deloitte’s US executive committee and the management committee of Deloitte Global. She has served on Deloitte’s Board of Directors, chairing the strategic review of the proposed transaction to separate Deloitte Consulting. She served on both the US and Global Nominating Committees, the CEO Evaluation Committee, chaired the Strategic Investment Committee and served on the Board of Directors of Deloitte Consulting LLP (Global). Ms. Taylor serves on the Board of Directors of Southwestern Energy Company, an independent energy company engaged in natural gas, natural gas liquids and oil exploration, development, production, gathering and marketing. Ms. Taylor also serves on the Board of Directors of Central Houston, Inc., and previously served as an executive board member of the Greater Houston Partnership and United Way of Greater Houston. Ms. Taylor received her B.S. and M.S. degrees in civil engineering from the University of Utah, and attended Princeton University, pursuing Ph.D studies in transportation engineering.