NAVTEQ CEO Green Joins H-D Board
November 23, 2004
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Harley-Davidson, Inc. announced the election of Judson C. Green to the company’s Board of Directors, effective Nov. 18, 2004. Green is President and Chief Executive Officer of NAVTEQ Corporation.
NAVTEQ is a developer and supplier of digital map information for navigation systems, including those used in the automotive industry. Prior to assuming the leadership of NAVTEQ in 2000, Green was Chairman of Walt Disney Attractions, the theme park and resort segment of The Walt Disney Company, and also had served as Chief Financial Officer of The Walt Disney Company. He previously worked as a CPA for Arthur Young and Co. He serves on the boards of Conservation International and The Field Museum of Chicago, as well as the boards of both his alma maters.
Green’s election by Board action to a term expiring in 2007 expands the Harley-Davidson Board to nine Directors. Other board members are: Barry K. Allen, Executive Vice President, Operations, Qwest Communications International Inc.; Richard I. Beattie, Chairman, Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett L.L.P.; Bleustein; George H. Conrades, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Akamai Technologies, Inc.; Donald A. James, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and co-founder, Fred Deeley Imports Ltd.; Sara L. Levinson, President, Women’s Group of Rodale, Inc.; George L. Miles, Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer, WQED Multimedia; and James A. Norling, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd.