Wayne M. Bolio assumed the position of Senior Vice President, Law and Human Resources in August 2011. He was named General Counsel in April 2008. Mr. Bolio joined Nautilus in June 2003 as Vice President, Human Resources. He was appointed Senior Vice President, Human Resources in March 2004 and was promoted to Senior Vice President, Law in January 2006. From 1997 to 2002, he served as the chief human resources officer for Consolidated Freightways, a major transportation company. Prior to that, he was employed by Southern Pacific Transportation Company as assistant general counsel with responsibility for labor relations, human resources, and employment law matters. Mr. Bolio received a B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley and a J.D. from UCLA.
M. Carl Johnson, III has been Chairman of the Board of Directors of Nautilus, Inc. since 2010 and served as interim Chief Executive Officer from February 2019 – July 2019. He joined the Board of Directors of Vespa Parent LLC (owner of Nonni’s Food Group) in October, 2018. In October 2015, Mr. Johnson retired as Executive Vice President, Marketing and Chief Growth Officer of Big Heart Pet Brands, a division of J.M. Smucker Company. In this role he had line and operating responsibility for the company’s widely distributed brands, and the innovation, marketing and creative services, consumer and customer insights, communications and government relations groups, and the company’s Canadian subsidiary. He joined Del Monte Foods, a privately-owned manufacturer and marketer of processed foods, and the predecessor of Big Heart Pet Brands, in November 2011 as Executive Vice President, Brands. From 2001 until April 2011, Mr. Johnson served as Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer of the Campbell Soup Company, a producer of canned soups and related products, where he had direct responsibility for corporate strategy, research and development, quality, corporate marketing services, licensing, and e-business. Mr. Johnson joined Campbell from Kraft Foods, where he ran three successively larger business divisions. Earlier in his career, he held management positions at Colgate-Palmolive and Polaroid Corporation and served as head of the Consumer Goods consulting practice at Marketing Corporation of America. Mr. Johnson completed a 2016 Fellowship at Harvard University’s Advanced Leadership Initiative and a 2017 Fellowship at Stanford University’s Distinguished Careers Institute. Mr. Johnson serves as an executive committee member of the Agricultural Sustainability Institute, University of California, Davis. Mr. Johnson is a trustee of the Adelphic Educational Fund, Wesleyan University, which grants scholarships and supports educational, literary and artistic programs. He is also a member of the Steering Committee of the Kilts Center for Marketing at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, which provides scholarships to top marketing students and helps the school steer its marketing curriculum. Mr. Johnson is also a member of the Nutrition Round Table, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard University. Mr. Johnson earned his B.A. degree in Government and Economics from Wesleyan University, and his M.B.A. degree from the University of Chicago. Our Board has determined that Mr. Johnson has the requisite experience and expertise to be a director of Nautilus based on his consumer marketing expertise and strong background in corporate expansion strategy.
Richard A. Horn was elected to our Board in December 2007. Mr. Horn is the Chairman of the Compensation Committee and is a member of the Audit Committee and the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee. Mr. Horn has been a private investor since February 2002. Mr. Horn was general manager of the PetsHotel Division of PetSmart, Inc., a company that provides products, services and solutions for the lifetime needs of pets, from April 2001 through February 2002. From January 1999 through March 2001, he was Senior Vice President and General Merchandise Manager of PetSmart.com, Inc. and from July 1994 until December 1998, he was Vice President and General Merchandise Manager of PetSmart, Inc. From 1992 to 1994, Mr. Horn was Chief Financial Officer of Weisheimer Companies, Inc., a chain of retail pet supply stores. Mr. Horn was a partner at Coopers & Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers), an international public accounting and business consulting firm, from 1980 to 1992. Mr. Horn serves on the Board of Trustees of Saint Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center and Saint Joseph’s Westgate Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. He is also on the Board of Directors of the Fiesta Bowl and serves as its Treasurer. Mr. Horn graduated from Indiana University, Bloomington, with a B.S. in Accounting. Our Board has determined that Mr. Horn has the requisite experience and expertise to be a director of Nautilus. As a former retail merchandising and direct-marketing executive, former Chief Financial Officer and a former partner at Coopers & Lybrand, Mr. Horn brings particular expertise to our Board in the areas of direct marketing sales, consumer product merchandising and retail trade, service industries, investor relations, financial reporting, accounting and auditing for complex multinational operations.
Anne G. Saunders joined our Board in April 2012. Ms. Saunders is the Chairman of the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee and a member of the Audit Committee and the Compensation Committee. Since November 2017, Ms. Saunders has been a non-executive director of the Ten Peaks Coffee Company (TSX:TPK), a global leader in natural process green coffee decaffeination, where she is also a member of the Compensation Committee. From April 2016 to January 2017, Ms. Saunders was U.S. President of NakedWines.com, a global wine company that uses crowdfunding to fund independent wine makers and direct ships wine to customers. From September 2014 to April 2016, Ms. Saunders was U.S. President of FTD, Inc. (NYSE:FTD), a global floral and gifting company. From August 2012 to January 2014, Ms. Saunders was President of Redbox, an entertainment company that is owned and operated by Coinstar, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSTR). From March 2009 until January 2012, Ms. Saunders was Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for Knowledge Universe, a privately-held early education company with over 1,600 schools nationwide. From February 2008 until March 2009, Ms. Saunders was Senior Vice President, Consumer Bank Executive and, from May 2007 until February 2008, she was Senior Vice President, Brand Executive, for Bank of America Corporation (NYSE:BAC). Between 2001 and 2007, Ms. Saunders held a variety of positions with Starbucks Coffee Co. (NASDAQ:SBUX), including Senior Vice President, Global Brand, during that company’s period of rapid domestic and international growth. Ms. Saunders has also held executive and senior management positions with eSociety, a B2B e-commerce company, AT&T Wireless and Young & Rubicam. Additionally, Ms. Saunders served, from 2006 until 2007, as a director for Blue Nile, Inc. (NASDAQ:NILE). She received a B.A. from Northwestern University and an M.B.A. from Fordham University. Our Board has determined that Ms. Saunders has the requisite experience to be a director of Nautilus. Ms. Saunders brings to our Board a strong background in marketing and building brands and provides Nautilus with additional expertise and understanding of the consumer marketplace.
Marvin G. Siegert is currently retired but remains active by serving on company boards and pursuing private investments. From July of 2007 to September 2009 Marv was employed by Hat World, Inc and Impact Sports, distributors of team apparel. Prior to that he was President of The Pyle Group, a private equity group, from December 1996 to July of 2007. Marv previously worked at Rayovac Corporation, a manufacturer of batteries and lighting products. An employee from 1970 to December 1996, his most recent position was Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Marv earned his Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from U.W. Whitewater in 1970 and a Master’s degree in Management from U.W. Madison in 1976. He completed an eight-week program at MIT for Senior Executives during the spring of 1993. Marv received U.W. Whitewater’s Beta Alpha Psi Outstanding Alumnus Award in 1987. He was also inducted into U.W. Whitewater’s School of Business Hall of Fame in 1994. Marv currently serves on the following Boards: Uniek, Inc., Nautilus,Inc. and NorthStar Education Services ,LLC. He is a past member of both the University of Wisconsin Madison Foundation and the the U.W.-Whitewater Foundation. He previously served on the Board of Directors for Greenwoods State Bank,The Pyle Group LLC, Rayovac Corporation,Hy Cite Corporation,Behrens Acquisition,Inc., Great Lakes Educational Loan Services,Inc. and Georgette Klinger, Inc. Marv is also a past member of the Nakoma Golf Club Board,Edgewood High School’s Board of Trustees, Edgewood’s Athletic Board, National Association of Accountants, Planning Executives Institute, In Business Advisory Board, and West Metropolitan Business Association. He is an avid supporter of the U.W. Madison Athletic Program including membership in the Mendota Gridiron Club and The Overtime Club. In April 2012,Marv became one of the initial members of the Badger Air Community Council(BACC) along with Pat Richter,Dave Lenz and Dave Anderson.The goal of the BACC is to support the efforts of the Wisconsin Air National Guard 115th Fighter Wing.Today Marv is the Chairman of the BACC Board.
Patty Ross is an accomplished Senior Executive who leverages her experience, leadership acuity, and definitive record, positioning her as a go-to global strategist in the consumer product industry. Patty most recently served Apple as an Executive Advisor for the People organization, where she delivered talent management, retention, inclusion, and diversity strategies across all US and global divisions. Patty spent the majority of her career with Nike, where she dedicated over 34 years in strategy, process-re-engineering, operations, and general management roles. Including GM, Asia Pacific Equipment & Operations; Senior Director, Global Footwear; VP, Global Product Process Innovation, and finally VP, Global Operations & Technology. Patty is routinely trusted and relied upon to start up new divisions, functional units, and incubators, charged with implementing change, innovation, and growth, and her direct efforts led to millions of revenue dollars for Nike annually. In addition to her professional contributions at Nike, Patty gained a reputation for both innovative excellence and reliable execution by spearheading value initiatives such as the first e-commerce B2B website for retailers, Nike’s Product Creation Center of Excellence, Nike’s Workplace of the Future, and the Women of Nike Diversity Network. Patty holds a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Finance and Marketing from Portland State University, a coaching certification in Executive Leadership Development from The Hudson Institute of Coaching, and an Advanced Management certificate in Business Administration and General Management from Harvard Business School. She is also a graduate of the Executive Education Program at Harvard Business School, where she focused on corporate boards, governance, operations, and management. In addition to growing and reshaping organizations as a strategic advisor and operations leader, Patty is also active in a variety of professional boards and speaking engagements. She serves as a Board Member for MMC Corp, 4word, and an Advisor to a Fortune 50 Executive. Patty is also an active member of WomenExecs on Boards and Women Corporate Directors, where she is committed to the professional development of executives of all ages.