Pamela Daley is retired. Before her retirement in January 2014 from the General Electric Company, or GE, one of the world’s largest infrastructure and financial services companies, Ms. Daley served with GE in a number of roles, including Senior Vice President and Senior Advisor to the Chairman from April 2013 to January 2014, Senior Vice President of Corporate Business Development from August 2004 to March 2013 and Vice President and Senior Counsel for Transactions from 1991 to July 2004. As Senior Vice President for Corporate Business Development, Ms. Daley was responsible for GE’s merger, acquisition and divestiture activities worldwide. Before she joined GE in 1989 as Tax Counsel, Ms. Daley was a partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, an international law firm, where she specialized in domestic and cross-border tax-oriented financings and commercial transactions. Ms. Daley also serves as a director of BlackRock, Inc., a global asset management company. She was a director of BG Group plc, an international gas and oil company traded on the London Stock Exchange, until BG Group was acquired by Royal Dutch Shell plc in February 2016. Ms. Daley was also a director of Patheon N.V., a global pharmaceutical contract development and manufacturing organization traded on the New York Stock Exchange, until August 2017, when Patheon was acquired by Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. The board selected Ms. Daley to serve as a director because of her significant experience in the areas of leadership development, international operations, transactions, business development and global strategy gained through her over 35 years of transactional experience and over 20 years of service as an executive with GE.