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The Yucaipa Companies
Mark Perrin – Chair
Perrin Consulting, Inc.
Paul Santello – Vice Chair
Executive Vice President, Managing Partner
Kenneth D. McLean – Treasurer
Managing Director – Southern California
Deloitte Consulting LLP
Wayne Flick – Secretary
Partner, Litigation Department
Latham & Watkins LLP
AFAO International Programs
Animation Co-Producer, The Simpsons
Twentieth Century Fox
Attorney of Counsel
Employment Law Department
Jay E. Gladstein, M.D.
Physician – Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases
Jay Gladstein, M.D., Inc.
CEO and Chief Investment Officer
Aristotle Capital Management, LLC
Senior Director Government Affairs
Lee E. Klosinski, Ph.D.
Senior Associate Director
UCLA Nathanson Family Resilience Center
Vice President, Business Client Advisor
Winston & Strawn, LLP
Senior Vice President, Director of Flip
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