Sue Redman – Biography

Ms. Redman has more than 25 years of experience in the areas of accounting, corporate finance, enterprise risk management and strategy.

Ms. Redman has held the positions of Chief Financial Officer, Audit Partner, Corporate Controller, Executive Professor and Corporate Board Member/Audit Committee Chair. She has experience is the energy, health care and education sectors and is a CPA and Audit Committee Financial Expert. She currently serves on the Advisory Board of Eduvate, a London-based educational technology start-up company.

In 2012 Ms. Redman was appointed Executive Professor in the Accounting Department of Mays Business School at Texas A&M University. She teaches Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation courses to junior, senior and graduate accounting and finance students with an emphasis on developing their critical thinking skills. Ms. Redman is also the President of Redman Advisors LLC, a private consulting firm that provides interim CFO services and consulting services in the areas of enterprise risk management, corporate finance, accounting and strategy. Before her tenure as Executive Professor, Ms. Redman was the Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Texas A&M University. In this role she provided comprehensive oversight of the human resources and financial operations of the university and its branch campuses in Galveston, Texas and Doha, Qatar.

At that time, Texas A&M University was the nation’s 7th largest university with enrollment of 50,000 students, 8,000 employees and an operating budget of approximately $2 billion. The Finance division, which Ms. Redman led, had 2,000 staff with an annual operating budget of $82 million. In addition, she served as COO, providing vision and operational leadership for non-academic operations (restaurant and food services, parking, transportation and logistics). Prior to her position as CFO of Texas A&M, Ms. Redman was a Vice President and Corporate Controller of AdvancePCS (now CVS Health). She provided vision and leadership for an accounting and finance organization comprised of Accounting and Reporting; Financial Planning and Analysis; Strategic Sourcing and Procurement; Financial Operations (A/P, billing and collections); and External and SEC Reporting. She led the financial integration of PCS Health Systems after the acquisition by Advance Paradigm in 2000, which included the selection and integration of information technology systems and accounting and reporting processes and systems. She also served as a key member of internal integration committees, including Business Strategy and Formulary Management.

She built and led a finance function that provided financial analysis and supported the Pharmacy (retail, mail order and specialty) and Formulary Management business units in their strategic decisions. She oversaw the implementation of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. Prior to her position at AdvancePCS, Ms. Redman served as Lead Engagement Partner at PwC for a number of key multinational and national clients, including energy, retail, engineering and construction and private equity. Ms. Redman performed annual audits and quarterly reviews, and advised and assisted in numerous SEC filings and public offerings. Ms. Redman also provided M&A services, including assistance with due diligence, feasibility studies and analysis. K. Sue Redman Page 2 From 2006 – 2013, Sue was a Director of Apollo Education Group, Inc. (APOL: NASDAQ). She was the chair of the Audit Committee, member of the Finance, Special Litigation and the Compensation Committees.

As Audit Committee chair, Sue was instrumental in enhancing corporate governance by revising the Audit Committee charter and implementing an enterprise risk management function. Sue oversaw the transitioning of the Internal Audit function from an outsource organization to an in-house function. Ms. Redman is the author of several audit committee and governance articles, including “What Qualities Make a Sound Financial Expert” (published in Compliance Week) and “A First Step in Audit Committee Effectiveness” (published in Directors and Boards.) Ms Redman earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting from Texas A&M University and is a Certified Public Accountant in Texas, Arizona and California.

She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Texas Society of CPAs, and an alumni member of the Southwest Audit Committee Network, a corporate governance network convened by Tapestry Networks. In 1999, she was recognized as one of Arizona’s Top 100 Women in Business. Ms. Redman is also a director emeriti and co-founder of Women Former Students’ Network, a not-for-profit organization that supports Texas A&M University. Ms. Redman was awarded Proclamation in 2010 by the President of Texas A&M University recognizing her accomplishments in founding the Women Former Students’ Network. In 2013 she was awarded the Women’s Legacy Award, the highest honor that the Women Former Students’ Network bestows on its women former students. Sue and her husband reside in College Station, Texas.

Sue Redman

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