General CEO Mary Bora will join the Walt Disney Board of Directors. Walt Disney is looking for CEO Robert Iger's successor, Bora is also Sensor an outstanding female executive identity to join the company.
Bora was 55 years old and Disney said in a statement Thursday that her appointment took effect immediately. The addition of Bora also increased the number of board members to 12. The board is currently looking for a new CEO to succeed Iger, who is 66 years old, and his contract was extended to July 2019 at the beginning of this year. Bola used his own experience Pressure Sensor to promote the general adaptation of this technology change in the era, including car sharing services and automatic driving. As a member of the Disney board, she will be obliged to help Iger deal with the impact of other digital services companies such as Netflix on Disney's television and film business.
US companies face greater challenges in increasing the role of women and minorities as board members and senior managers. In addition to Bora, there are two female executives in Disney's board of directors, Susan Arnold ABS Sensor of the Carlyle Group and Maria Elena Lagomasino, who owns their own financial consulting firm, and Bora will serve Facebook's chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg.
Walt Disney stipulates that the board of directors will serve for a term of no more than 15 years and Monica Lozano ends his term of office last year. Robert Matschullat is the longest serving member of Disney's term of office since December 2002. As president of General Motors, Bora performance has been relatively low-key. She is currently working on the board of directors of Stanford University and she is also a master's degree in business administration, but she has never worked on any company's board of directors since it withdrew from the board Speed Sensor of directors of General Dynamics Corp. earlier this year.
Bora was one of the members of the Strategy \u0026 Policy Forum, but Trumpe published ambiguous comments on Neo-Nazism in Charlottesville, USA, and the CEOs of the forum chose to opt out The