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Erroll B. Davis, Jr.

Erroll B. Davis, Jr.Born: c. 1943
Birthplace: Pittsburgh, PA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: Black
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Business

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Chancellor, University System of Georgia

Wife: Elaine

    High School: Westinghouse High School, Pittsburgh, PA
    University: BS EE, Carnegie Mellon University (1965)
    University: MBA Finance, University of Chicago (1967)
    Administrator: Regent, University of Wisconsin (1987-94)
    Administrator: Trustee, Carnegie Mellon University (as Chairman)
    Administrator: Chancellor, University of Georgia (2006-)

    Alliant Energy CEO (1990-2005)
    Alliant Energy President (1990-2004)
    Wisconsin Power & Light to CEO (1978-90)
    Ford Motors
    Xerox
    Member of the Board of Alliant Energy (1982-2006, as Chairman -2006)
    Member of the Board of Amoco (1991-98)
    Member of the Board of British Petroleum (1998-)
    Member of the Board of General Motors (2007-)
    Member of the Board of Industrial Energy Applications, Inc.
    Member of the Board of Interstate Power & Light
    Member of the Board of PPG Industries (1994-2007)
    Member of the Board of Union Pacific (2004-)
    Member of the Board of Wisconsin Power & Light (1984-2006)
    Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Advisory Board
    American Society of Corporate Executives Chairman
    Edison Electric Institute Chairman (2002-03)
    Electric Power Research Institute Board of Directors
    Fund for a Responsible Future
    Southern Regional Education Board
    The Conference Board Board of Directors
    US Olympic Committee Board of Directors
    Wisconsin Association of Manufacturers and Commerce Board of Directors


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