Cholmondeley and Cole Named as Savoy’s Most Influential Black Corporate Directors

Two members of our Board of Directors, Paula Cholmondeley and Beverly Cole have been named as Savoy’s Most Influential Black Corporate Directors.

As the leading business magazine reporting on African American success and achievement, Savoy’s Most Influential Black Corporate directory is a prestigious listing of executives, influencers, and achievers active on the boards of the world’s leading corporations and organizations.

Ms. Cholmondeley is principal of The Sorrel Group, a consulting company founded by Ms. Cholmondeley in 2004 and focused on corporate strategy and corporate governance matters. She is a NACD Certified Director, a part-time faculty member of NACD’s In-Boardroom education program and was elected to the NACD Directorship 100TM. She is also a director of Terex Corporation and an independent trustee of Nationwide Mutual Funds. Ms. Cholmondeley, a former C.P.A., is an alumna of Howard University and received an M.S. in Accounting from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Ms. Cole is the Chief Executive Officer of Cole Renwick, LLC, a family-owned real estate company based in Glendale, CA. She is also an entrepreneur and has been a limited partner in a number of investment funds. She currently serves on the Federal Reserve Board of San Francisco’s Economic Advisory Council and the National Association of Corporate Directors Pacific Southwest Chapter’s Board of Directors. Ms. Cole speaks regularly on Diversity and Inclusion issues. She holds a B.A. in Asian Religion and Western Philosophy from Boston University, a J.D. from Fordham University, and an M.B.A. from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Each of our directors, including Paula Cholmondeley and Beverly Cole, have unique talents, perspectives, attributes, and skills that enable them to provide valuable insights and play an important role in helping us achieve our long-term goals and objectives.