Hear from our panel of Directors who have "been there" when it comes to managing disruptive risk. Join us at this program and hear experiences and advice from Directors who have dealt with rapidly changing sustainability issues, navigating through the complexities of FDA fast-tracking, and the ever-present risk of emergency evacuation services … and more. Companies of all sizes can learn from how these leaders planned for and managed game-changing risk.
Mr. Scott C. Morrison has been the Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President at Ball Corporation since January 1, 2010. Mr. Morrison served Chief Operating Officer of Global Metal Beverage Packaging at Ball Corporation until February 1, 2015. He served as Vice President of Ball Corporation from April 2002 to December 2009 and served as its Treasurer from September 2000 to April 2010. He served as an Interim Chief Operating Officer of Global Metal Beverage Business at Ball Corporation until February 1, 2015. He served as Managing Director and Senior Banker of Corporate Banking, Bank One, Indianapolis, Indiana from 1995 to August 2000. Mr. Morrison served as an Assistant Vice President of NBD Bank, Detroit from 1984 to 1990. Mr. Morrison held a number of senior corporate banking roles at First Chicago. Mr. Morrison has been an Independent Director of Sensient Technologies Corporation since December 2, 2016. He serves as a Member of Board of Directors of Jefferson County Economic Council; Member of National Association of Corporate Treasurers and Member of Treasury Management Association. Mr. Morrison holds an MBA from Wayne State University, Detroit in 1988 and a Bachelor's degree in Finance from Indiana University, Bloomington in 1984.
Ms. Callender-Potters has a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Management from Claremont McKenna College and an MBA from Wharton, the University of Pennsylvania. One of the co-founders of the company, Heather has 23 years of Private Equity fund management and international investment (BCEE; Enterprise Investors) across multiple jurisdictions, and has managed individual investments and financial investor consortiums, ranging from $1 million to an excess of $100 million. She has also held board positions with several companies across a variety of industries ranging from auto-parts, to systems integration, publishing, and light-manufacturing.
C. David Kikumoto, is founder and CEO of Denver Management Advisors, a privately owned health insurance consulting and group benefit brokerage company. A former president, CEO and vice chairman of Rocky Mountain Healthcare Corporation, the holding company of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans in Colorado, New Mexico and Nevada, he is a recognized expert in health care financing in the Western U.S. Prior to that, he held numerous positions with Regence Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Utah.
He serves on the Banner Health Board of Directors, Kikumoto as well as the boards of directors of various for-profit and nonprofit organizations, including Volunteers of America, Boy Scouts of America and Air Methods, Inc.
Kikumoto earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Utah, where he also pursued graduate studies. He graduated from the Executive Development Program at the University of Chicago and from the National Association of Corporate Directors Training.
Moderator, NACD CO Board Member and Managing Director Endeavour Capital
Mark Dorman is a managing director at Endeavour Capital, a private equity firm with offices in Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, and Denver. Endeavour was founded in 1991 to serve as a long-term capital partner to leading companies in the Western United States. Endeavour is currently investing its seventh equity fund and has approximately $2.25 billion in assets under management.
Dorman currently serves on the boards of the NACD Colorado Chapter, Alpha Media, Arizona Nutritional Supplements, Grant Victor, Providien Medical, Equality Health, ZOOM+, and Nordic Ice. He is also a life trustee at Lewis & Clark College, a National Council member of the American Enterprise Institute, and an Executive Board member of the Boy Scouts of America, Denver Area Council. Dorman received a BS from Lewis and Clark College and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He is married with three grown children.