Turn and Face the Strange: Key Ch-Ch-Ch Changes Impacting Compensation Committees in 2019 and Beyond
Join NACD Colorado and our evening's sponsor, Alvarez and Marsal, for an evening and dinner of high-quality director-to-director dialogue. This by-invitation only dinner ensures that directors have the desired committee or subject-matter expertise for robust conversation.
It seemed the taste was not so sweet: Expecting and preparing for unexpected impact to your compensation plans
Watch the ripples change their size: Getting ready for an expanding compensation committee role (and liability?), including a Tesla case study
They’re “aware of what they’re goin’ through”: Bracing for changes in director pay
Don’t tell them to grow up and out of it: Getting comfortable with non-financial metrics, including environmental, social, and governance (ESG) and other “soft” criteria
This dinner is limited to 16 directors to ensure a small, one-table conversation over cocktails and dinner.
John Schultz is a Managing Director with A&M Taxand, LLC in Denver, Colorado, specializing in compensation and benefits planning and consulting. Mr. Schultz brings more than 23 years of experience, Mr. Schultz provides on-going consulting to many organizations regarding benchmarking, designing and implementing compensation structures (both executive compensation as well as broad-based compensation), including base salary, bonus structures and long-term incentive plans.
Brennan Rittenhouse is a Managing Director with A&M Taxand, LLC in Denver, Colorado, specializing in compensation and benefits planning and consulting.
He brings an expertise in all areas of executive, independent director, and broad-based compensation consulting. Some of the areas in which he has significant experience include compensation benchmarking, designing and implementing both short- and long-term incentive plans, and creating salary structures.
Annita Menogan is a seasoned legal and business executive with a track record of success as a key legal advisor and strategic counselor to boards of directors, private equity portfolio companies, executive officers, and business units in driving and implementing business strategy and transformational change. After a career in private practice, which included general corporate matters, securities reporting and compliance, and mergers and acquisitions, Menogan brought her experience to the Adolph Coors Company and Molson Coors Brewing Company, where, as deputy general counsel and secretary, she played key roles in the acquisition by Coors of the Carling/Bass Brewers Ltd. business in the United Kingdom, which doubled the size of the company, and in the merger with Molson Inc. that propelled Molson Coors into a global top five brewer. She was also instrumental in the development and implementation of the governance and compliance structures adopted by Coors under Sarbanex-Oxley. Menogan served as chief legal officer to Red Robin Gourmet Burgers Inc. for seven years where she advised the board and worked closely with the chair on a series of events, including two activist campaigns, and guided the transition and onboarding of several new board members and a new CEO and CFO. As general counsel of Atkins Nutritionals Inc., she served on the executive team developing the "path to public" systems and processes to prepare the company to go public, and she directed the legal activities for the company's merger in July 2017 with The Simply Good Foods Company, a publicly traded SPAC. She advised management and the SGF board on the transition to a public company through its first year prior to her retirement in July 2018.