BOARD of DIRECTORS

Landel Hobbs , , , Lead Independent Director, Chairman of the Board

Mr. Hobbs is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of LCH Enterprises LLC, a consulting firm that operates in the broader telecommunications and media space. Mr. Hobbs had been Chief Operating Officer of Time Warner Cable from 2005 until 2010 and was previously Chief Financial Officer from 2001 until 2005. He was Vice President of Financial Analysis and Operations Support at AOL Time Warner from 2000 to 2001. Mr. Hobbs served in various positions, including Senior Vice President, Controller and Chief Accounting Officer, of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. from 1993 until 2000. Before joining Turner in 1993, he was Senior Vice President and Audit Director of Banc One Illinois Corporation and Senior Manager with KPMG Peat Marwick. He is currently Chairman of the National 4H Council. He was previously Lead Director of Allconnect, Chairman of The Dyslexia Resource Trust, Chair and a Director of CSPAN, a Trustee of Women in Cable Television (WICT), and a Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame Member.

Member of the Audit Committee.
Chairperson of the Finance Committee.

Scott R. Arnold , , , Director

Mr. Arnold has nearly 30 years of investment and asset-backed security experience, including a focus on mortgage backed securities and special situations. He has served as a Managing Director and Senior Portfolio Manager in ABS and private equity and new business development with Clinton Group, Inc. (CGI), an investment management firm, since May 2007. Mr. Arnold led CGI’s private equity investment in community banks, revamped operations at the fund’s largest investment, and led the bank to a return to profitability. Prior to joining CGI’s ABS desk, he was involved in research, restructuring and principal investing in distressed debt, and special situations investments at both CGI and Source Capital Group, a boutique investment firm. From 1983 to 1999, Mr. Arnold worked in mortgage-backed securities at several leading investment banks including Salomon Brothers and Smith Barney & Co. In addition to his foregoing roles, Mr. Arnold served on the board of Urban Trust Bank, a federally chartered community bank that provides value-oriented consumer and commercial banking services through an extensive network of branches in Florida, from 2010 to 2014. While at Urban Trust Bank, he served on the board’s Credit Committee, Asset/Liability Committee, and Investment Committee. He also served as its Chairman from September 2011 through the remainder of his tenure. Mr. Arnold was previously a director of Herald National Bank, until its merger with BankUnited in 2011. Mr. Arnold received a B.A. from Northwestern University and an M.B.A. from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Member of the Finance Committee.

Thomas Beers , , , Director

Since September 2012, Mr. Beers has been CEO of Fremantle Media N.A., Inc., where he is responsible for Fremantle's management and business performance as well as the development, production and operations of more than 600 hours of programming per year including “American Idol,” “America's Got Talent,” “The X Factor,” “Let's Make a Deal,” “Family Feud,” and “The Price is Right.” Prior to joining Fremantle, Mr. Beers was the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Original Productions, where he was the creator and driving force behind the Primetime Emmy® winning “Deadliest Catch,” and Emmy nominee “Ice Road Truckers,” and top-rated shows “Storage Wars,” “Monster Garage” and “Black Gold.” His catalogue of more than 40 series is firmly entrenched across cable powerhouses Discovery, HISTORY, A&E, Spike TV, The National Geographic Channel, and truTV.

Member of the Finance Committee.

Neal Grabell , , , Director

Mr. Grabell is an experienced electronic retailing executive and corporate attorney who was part of the core team that led QVC to become the #1 television shopping network. From 1987 to 2008, Mr. Grabell served as the General Counsel of QVC, Inc. where he was responsible for the company's securities offerings and filings, commercial transactions, acquisitions, litigation, regulatory and ethical compliance, corporate structure, and government relations. As an executive vice president and member of the senior leadership team of QVC, Mr. Grabell oversaw several key functions. Originally responsible for the legal department, he subsequently oversaw the operations of other departments of the company, forming and managing the internal audit department and leading the facilities department operations in the company's numerous sites. He also oversaw the Affiliate Sales and Marketing Department after having negotiated the original affiliation agreements with multiple system operators and direct–to-home satellite operators. Mr. Grabell was a director of QVC (UK), a Managing Director of QVC Deutschland GmbH, and a Director of QVC Japan, Inc. from their respective formations until 2009. He was also a director of most of QVC’s domestic subsidiaries. He incorporated QVC and prepared its initial public offering in 1986 as a corporate and securities lawyer in private practice, prior to joining QVC in 1987.

Since retiring from QVC, Mr. Grabell served as Of Counsel to the Saul Ewing, LLP law firm from 2008 to 2015. There, he practiced corporate and commercial law for domestic and foreign retailing, licensing, and manufacturing clients. He is currently a Visiting Professor of Economics and Independent College Programs at Haverford College where he has taught since 2006. Mr. Grabell received a B.A. degree from Haverford College in 1977 and a J.D. degree from Georgetown University in 1980. Mr. Grabell is the President of the Foundations of the Golden Slipper Club & Charities, a Governor of the Golden Slipper Club & Charities, and a director of the Abramson Center.

Member of the Human Resources and Compensation Committee, and Audit Committee.

Mark Holdsworth , , , Director

Mr. Holdsworth is currently the co-founder and operating partner of Tennenbaum Capital Partners, LLC, a Los Angeles-based private multi-strategy investment firm with approximately $6.5 billion of capital under management. He also serves as the founder of Holdsworth & Co., LLC, a family office focused on investments in real estate, venture capital, common equities and privately owned businesses. He has extensive experience investing in multiple industries, including technology and media. Mr. Holdsworth also has 17 years of experience serving on boards of directors for companies in a variety of industries, currently serving on the boards of Parsons Corporation and AGY Holding Corp. He specializes in active management oversight, strategy, M&A activity and financing and, as a financial expert, is able to provide knowledgeable insight to implement structures that can be used to accelerate growth and improve financial flexibility. Mr. Holdsworth received a B.A. from Pomona College in Physics, a B.S. (Honors) from California Institute of Technology in Engineering and Applied Science and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.

Member of the Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee and Finance Committee.

Lisa Letizio , , , Director

Ms. Letizio served as the Chief Human Resources Officer at HSN, Inc. from 1998 to 2014. In that role, Ms. Letizio oversaw the Human Resources teams for all of HSNi, a retail portfolio that encompassed HSN, a leading interactive multichannel retailer, and Cornerstone, a multichannel retailer of lifestyle brands including Frontgate, Garnet Hill, Ballard Designs, Grandin Road, Improvements, Chasing Fireflies and TravelSmith. Ms. Letizio’s responsibilities at HSNi included talent acquisition and assessment, leadership development, compensation, employee engagement, benefits/wellness, work life programs and community affairs. Prior to joining HSNi, Ms. Letizio was Vice President of Human Resources of The Timberland Company from 1992 to 1998. During her tenure at The Timberland Company, Ms. Letizio built the company's global human resources function, establishing world-wide pay and benefits systems as well as recruiting top leadership talent across Europe, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. Ms. Letizio is a board member and twice elected board chair of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay. She is also part of the founding board and board secretary of the St. Petersburg Arts Alliance.

Chairperson of the Human Resources and Compensation Committee and Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee.

Lowell W. Robinson , , , Director

Mr. Robinson served as the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer of MIVA, an online advertising network from 2007 to 2009. He joined MIVA in 2006 as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer. He had previously served as the President of LWR Advisors from 2002 to 2006 and as the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer at HotJobs.com from 2000 to 2002, until the company was sold to Yahoo!. In addition to the roles above, Mr. Robinson has held senior financial positions with ADVO, Citigroup, Uncle Ben’s Inc. (a subsidiary of Mars, Inc.) and Kraft / General Foods.

In addition to the above operating roles, Mr. Robinson served on the board of The Jones Group (former Jones Apparel) from 2005 to 2014 where he chaired the Audit Committee and was a member of the Compensation Committee. He was on the board of Higher One (2014 to 2016), a financial tech student debit card company, where he chaired the Audit Committee and was a member of the Risk Committee. Additional former public company board experience includes International Wire Group, Independent Wireless One and Edison Schools. In addition, he was Chairman of the Board for two GE Capital Companies in media / digital.

Mr. Robinson received an M.B.A from Harvard Business School and a B.A in Economics from the University of Wisconsin. He is on the boards of the Smithsonian Libraries and The Council for Economic Education. Previously, he served on the board of The Metropolitan Opera Guild (2013 to 2016) and was a member of the board for the University of Wisconsin Business School (2006 to 2010). He is a member of The Economic Club of New York.

Member of the Finance Committee.
Chairperson of the Audit Committee.

Bob Rosenblatt , , , Director

Bob has more than 25 years of experience leading mid and large sized retail organizations, including Tommy Hilfiger, HSN (formerly the Home Shopping Network), and Bloomingdale's. Last year he was Interim President of Ideeli.com, a flash sales company based in NY that was sold a few of months ago to Groupon. As Group President and COO of Tommy Hilfiger Corporation, he grew revenues and profitability and built the company's first transactional web site. Bob co-managed the process which culminated in the Tommy Hilfiger Company successfully being sold to Apax Partners in 2006. Bob also previously served as CFO, COO and President of HSN , where he significantly increased company value. Bob introduced and built HSN's online operation, which achieved profitability within three months of inception. As CFO of Bloomingdale's, Bob was responsible for the P&L of the corporation, financial planning, and administrative management. For the past seven years, Bob has been CEO of Rosenblatt Consulting, LLC, which specializes in helping investment firms determine value in both public and private companies in the consumer products sector, as well as helping retail firms maximize profitability. He has been and is currently serving on several public and private boards in the retail and technology industry including PepBoys (NYSE: PBY), debShops, RetailNext and I.Predictus. Bob served on the Board of Directors of the Electronic Retailing Association.

Fred Siegel , , , Director

Mr. Siegel is Owner of Fred Siegel Partners, a consultancy group focused on social change initiatives for corporations and leading non-profits. Fred was Senior Vice President and marketing head for QVC from 1993 to 1998, overseeing all off-air consumer touch-points including all marketing and communications, leading special on-air events, and attracting and securing marquee brand-name vendors, helping QVC become the category-defining brand. After QVC, Mr. Siegel was marketing lead for Excite and Excite @ Home where he oversaw all marketing and communications activities. He is responsible for many Internet firsts including strategic partnerships with television networks, the first large-scale voting event on the web (with the Prime Time Emmys) and the first Online Town Hall meeting with President Clinton. He currently advises various companies including Andreesen Horowitz-backed Honor, Combate Americas (the first Hispanic MMA sports franchise), the twenty-something organization, Our Time, advises the Entertainment Industry Foundation (parent organization to Stand Up To Cancer), and is an Advisor for the National Geographic series, Years Of Living Dangerously (winner of 2014 Emmy for non-fiction series). Mr. Siegel has won multiple awards including a Daytime Emmy Award (2011) and numerous advertising awards including Clio and One Show.

Member of the Human Resources and Compensation Committee and Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee.