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William D. Anderson

William D. Anderson has had a career as a business leader in Canada spanning over thirty years. Mr. Anderson joined the Bell Canada organization in 1992, where from 1998 to 2001, he served as Chief Financial Officer of BCE Inc., Canada’s largest telecommunications company. From 2001 to 2005, Mr. Anderson served as President of BCE Ventures, the strategic investment unit of BCE Inc. and, from 2001 to 2007, he was the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Bell Canada International Inc., a subsidiary of BCE Inc. formed to invest in telecommunications operations outside Canada. Prior to joining the Bell Canada organization, Mr. Anderson was in public practice for nearly twenty years with the accounting firm KPMG LLP, where he was a partner for eleven years. Mr. Anderson also serves on the Board of Directors of TransAlta Corporation, a power generation and energy marketing firm, where he is a member of the Audit and Risk Committee and the Governance and Environment Committee. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Sun Life Financial Inc., an international financial services organization, where he also is the Chairman of the Audit and Conduct Review Committee as well as a member of the Risk Review Committee. Mr. Anderson was educated at the University of Western Ontario and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario and a Fellow of the Institute of Corporate Directors.

Glenn J. Chamandy

Glenn J. Chamandy is one of the founders of the Corporation and has devoted his entire career to building Gildan into an industry leader. Mr. Chamandy has been involved in various textile and apparel businesses for over thirty years. Prior to being appointed President and Chief Executive Officer in 2004, the position which he holds to this day, Mr. Chamandy served as a Co-Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer of Gildan.

Russell Goodman

Russell Goodman1 3 is a corporate director. From 1998 to June 2011, Mr. Goodman was a partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, where he was a member of the Americas' and Canadian Leadership teams for three and ten years, respectively. During that period, he served as Managing Partner of Project Finance and Privatization for the Americas, Global Leader for Transportation Services, Managing Partner of the Montréal office, and Canadian Managing Partner of the Private Equity and Transactions businesses. Mr. Goodman is a member of the Board of Directors and a member of the Audit Committee of Metro Inc., a leader in the grocery and pharmacy sectors in Québec and Ontario. He is a member of the Board of Directors, Chairman of the Audit Committee and a member of the Compensation Committee of Whistler Blackcomb Holdings Inc., North America's largest ski resort. He is a member of the Board of Directors and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Northland Power Inc., a leading Canadian and international independent power producer, and is also a member of the Board of Directors of Forth Ports Limited, which owns and operates sea and container ports in the United Kingdom. Mr. Goodman is also a member of the Independent Review Committee of Investors Group Funds. In addition, he serves on a number of not-for-profit boards, including the Pointe-à-Callière Museum Foundation, where he is Chairman of the Board. He previously served as President of the Canadian Club of Montréal. He is a Fellow of the Order of Chartered Professional Accountants of Quebec and is certified by the Institute of Corporate Directors. Mr. Goodman was educated at McGill University.

Russ Hagey

Russ Hagey1 3 is a Senior Partner and the Worldwide Chief Talent Officer of Bain & Company, Inc., one of the world’s leading management consulting firms. He joined the firm in 1982 and has worked in its San Francisco, Los Angeles, Zurich, and Amsterdam offices. As Chief Talent Officer, Mr. Hagey oversees Bain’s recruiting, professional development, training, and human resources functions for nearly 6,000 global professionals and staff across 51 offices in 32 countries. He also has client leadership responsibilities in the areas of consumer products and health-care services. Mr. Hagey holds a Master of Business Administration from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and earned his Bachelor of Arts in economics from the University of California at Los Angeles. He also serves on a number of community and not-for-profit boards.

George Heller

George Heller2 3 has had a career as a business leader in the retail sector that spans over forty years. From 1999 to 2006, Mr. Heller served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Hudson’s Bay Company, Canada’s largest diversified general merchandise retailer, operating more than 600 retail outlets in Canada under four banners: the Bay, Zellers, Home Outfitters and Fields. Prior to that, Mr. Heller was President and Chief Executive Officer of Zellers, the mass merchandise retailer of the Hudson’s Bay Company and a leading Canadian mass merchandise department store. Mr. Heller has also held a number of other key positions in the retail industry, including as President and Chief Executive Officer of Kmart Canada, discount department stores, President, North America & Europe of Bata Industries Ltd., an international footwear manufacturer, and Executive Vice-President of Woodwards Department Stores, a department store chain. Mr. Heller also served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Victoria Commonwealth Games and was the President and a member of the Board of Directors of the Commonwealth Games of Canada Foundation, a fundraising organization for amateur athletes. Mr. Heller also serves on the Board of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, a not-for-profit think-tank on Canada’s relations with Asia, where he is Chair of the Investment Committee. Mr. Heller has acted since 2008 as Honorary Consul General of Thailand and as Honorary Trade Advisor to the Government of Thailand since 2000. Mr. Heller has received Honorary Doctorates from Ryerson University and the University of Victoria.

Sheila O'Brien

Sheila O'Brien1 3 is a business advisor, corporate director and President of Belvedere 1 Investments Ltd. She has over thirty years’ experience in the oil and gas, pipeline and petrochemical sectors in Canada, the United States and Europe. She has held executive positions in the areas of human resources, investor relations, public affairs and government relations with Amoco International, Petro-Canada and Nova Chemicals Corporation. She created and implemented an innovative workforce restructuring program based on the dignity of the employee, which was designated a Worldwide Best Practice by Watson Wyatt International Consultancy. In addition, she has been active in the not-for-profit sector, having served on over 25 boards of directors, dealing primarily with human rights, women’s rights and giving voice to marginalized members of society, and is the founder of several enduring community events celebrating the accomplishments of women. She was invested in the Order of Canada in 1998 and was awarded the Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012 for community service. She has served on the boards of directors of TransForce Income Fund, Canada’s largest trucking enterprise, publicly-traded and headquartered in Montréal, Skye Resources, a Vancouver-based, publicly-traded nickel mining company with assets in Guatemala, CFM Majestic, a Mississauga-based publicly-traded fireplace manufacturing company, and Advantage Oil & Gas Ltd., an Alberta-based publicly-traded oil and natural gas company. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of Alberta Energy Regulator, a regulatory body with a mandate to provide for the environmentally responsible development of Alberta’s energy resources, as well as PPP Canada, a federal crown corporation with a mandate to improve the delivery of public infrastructure. Ms. O’Brien is a graduate of the MTC program at the University of Western Ontario, and completed a one-year sabbatical on creativity and innovation at various U.S. schools in 1990.

Pierre Robitaille

Pierre Robitaille1 2 is a corporate director. Mr. Robitaille previously pursued his career at SNC-Lavalin Group Inc., a global engineering and construction firm, where he was Executive Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer from 1990 to 1998. Prior to this, Mr. Robitaille was in public practice for more than twenty years with the public accounting and management consulting firm Ernst & Whinney, where he held the positions of Managing Partner of the Montreal office, President of the firm in Québec, and member of its national board of directors. Mr. Robitaille is a Fellow member of the Québec Order of Chartered Professional Accountants. He was educated at HEC Montréal and McGill University Business School. Mr. Robitaille is a member of the Board of Governors of HEC Montréal.

James R. Scarborough

James R. Scarborough2 3 has had a career as a business leader in the retail industry that spans over forty years. Mr. Scarborough retired in June 2010 as Chairman of the Board of Stage Stores, Inc., a U.S.-based specialty department store retailer that operates over 872 department stores in forty states under five banners: Bealls, Goody's, Palais Royal, Peebles, and Stage. Mr. Scarborough joined Stage Stores in 2000 as its President and Chief Executive Officer, and held this position until his retirement in 2008. Mr. Scarborough previously held other senior positions in the retail sector, including President and Chief Executive Officer of Busy Body, Inc., a specialty retailer of premium fitness equipment, and Seattle Lighting, Inc., a supplier of lighting fixtures to the homebuilder, commercial and retail markets, as well as President and Chief Operating Officer of Enstar Specialty Retail, Inc., a footwear and women's apparel retailer, and its subsidiary AMRET, Inc. Mr. Scarborough began his retail career in 1972, at Filene's of Boston, formerly a division of Federated Department Stores. Mr. Scarborough also serves on the board of directors and is Chair of the Compensation Committee of Charming Charlie, Inc., a U.S.-based specialty retailer of women's fashion accessories. Mr. Scarborough was educated at St. Michael's College in Vermont, United States.

Gonzalo F. Valdes-Fauli

Gonzalo F. Valdes-Fauli1 2 is Chairman of the Board of BroadSpan Capital LLC, an investment banking firm specializing in financial advisory services. Mr. Valdes Fauli retired from Barclays Bank PLC, a major UK-based global bank, in 2001, where he held the position of Vice-Chairman, Barclays Capital, and Group Chief Executive Officer, Latin America. Mr. Valdes-Fauli also serves on the Board of Directors of Blue Cross Shield of Florida, a health insurance provider, and was Chairman of the Board of Republic Bank of Dominican Republic, a financial services provider, until November 2007. He is Trustee Emeritus of the University of Miami and Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama. Mr. Valdes-Fauli holds a Master’s Degree in international finance from Thunderbird Graduate School for International Management.

1  Audit and Finance Committee
2  Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility Committee
3  Compensation and Human Resources Committee
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