TELEDYNE LEADERSHIP JASON KORDEK SUBSEA OPERATIONS/HSE Jason Kordek is the Vice President of Operations for Teledyne ODI and serves as the Functional Leader of Operations / HSE for Teledyne Marine. Prior to coming to Teledyne, Jason had more than 12 years of experience in various senior supply chain and operational roles. In addition to his undergraduate studies, Jason has completed an Executive Education program at the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a specific focus in Technology, Operations and Value Chain Management. SCOTT MCGUIRE HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR/HR LEAD Scott joined Teledyne on December 29, 2008. He currently serves as Human Resources Director/HR Lead of Teledyne Marine. Prior to joining Teledyne, Scott served as Vice President - Human Resources at Crane Cams Inc. in Daytona Beach, Florida and Human Resources Manager at Camshaft Machine Company in Jackson, Michigan. Scott has more than 30 years of experience in human resources management with career experience in recruitment, wage and benefit administration, HSE compliance, training, communications, and wellness program development. He has earned the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification from the Human Resources Certification Institute and is a former board member of the Volusia/Flagler Chapter of the Society for Human Resources Management. Scott graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. BRIAN MAGUIRE CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Brian Maguire is the Chief Operating Officer of Teledyne Marine. He has over 25 years of experience building businesses, leading global transformations, and improving execution across many industries. Prior to joining Teledyne, Brian was the Senior Product Line Director of Cybersecurity Technology at Analog Devices (ADI). Before ADI, he was Vice President of the Program Office at Sypris Electronics, a niche Aerospace & Defense Security Company. Prior to Sypris, Brian was President of The Capra Group, his own consulting firm specializing in business transformation and change leadership based upon applying the Toyota Production System. Blue chip clients included: GE Capital, Allied Signal, Honeywell, Raytheon, and GlaxoSmithKline. Before starting his own firm, Brian worked for Deloitte and Digital Equipment Corporation in various leadership roles that shaped his career. He graduated from Boston College with an undergraduate degree in Economics, and Boston University with an MBA. Brian also earned Executive Certificates in Strategy and Innovation from MIT, and Strategic Marketing from Columbia University. Early in his career, he graduated from Digital Equipment Corporation’s Financial Development Program, and became a Certified Management Accountant (CMA). JEFF HECKER VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER OF TELEDYNE CABLE SOLUTIONS, TELEDYNE IMPULSE Jeff Hecker is the General Manager for Teledyne Cable Solutions located in Dallas, TX. Jeff received his B.S. from Doane College in 1989 and shortly there-after joined Storm Products (acquired by Teledyne in 2008) in a sales role. After three years in sales he was promoted to General Manager for the Dallas facility. Jeff has continued to expand his role within Teledyne, assuming responsibility for the Impulse Facility in San Diego in 2018, and currently manages facilities in three countries (U.S., Canada, and Mexico). OLE SOE-PEDERSEN VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER/TELEDYNE MARINE IMAGING & INSTRUMENTS AND TELEDYNE MARINE EUROPE Ole Soe-Pedersen is the VP & General Manager of the Teledyne Marine I&I and Teledyne Marine Europe. Ole has worked in the marine industry since 2011 his roles have included General Management, Business Development, Strategic Planning and Mergers and Acquisitions. He is currently responsible for Teledyne Marine in Europe covering technology centres and factories in Denmark, UK, Germany and Netherlands, where Sonars, Cameras & Light, Navigation systems and Connectors are developed and manufactured and the global marine Imaging & Instruments verticals. Ole Soe-Pedersen is located in the Danish Teledyne Marine facility and has a master’s degree in Business Administration from University of Aarhus in Denmark. STEPHEN APSEY VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER OF TELEDYNE RD INSTRUMENTS Stephen is a graduate of Louisiana State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Computer Science. He has served in several key roles at Teledyne, including: General Manager of Teledyne Odom Hydrographic, Site Manager for Teledyne RESON (Santa Barbara), Vice President of Engineering at Teledyne RDI, and most recently, Vice President and General Manager of Teledyne RD Instruments. In his role, Stephen oversees all of the Teledyne Marine brands and product lines located in the Poway, CA facility, including RD Instruments, SeaBotix and Oceanscience. STEVEN REID VICE PRESIDENT AND GROUP GENERAL MANAGER TELEDYNE DG O'BRIEN Steven joined Teledyne Marine in 2018. His previous work experience includes senior management roles at Parker Hannifin Corporation, Crane Company, Hydraulic Technologies and Illinois Tool Works (ITW) at its Engineered Polymers Division in Montgomeryville, PA Facility. Throughout his career, Steven has demonstrated the ability to lead efforts to increase revenue, enhance profitability and advance business improvements in areas such as on-time-delivery, quality and working capital, deploying a full range of strategic and operational initiatives to elevate key areas such as process simplification, optimized plant layout/material flow and continuous improvement in financial metrics in support of business objectives. DR. THOMAS ALTSHULER SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, GLOBAL MARITIME DEFENSE STRATEGY AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Dr. Thomas Altshuler is the Senior Vice President, Global Maritime Defense Strategy and Business Development for Teledyne Technologies. He leads the defense program development focused on major maritime defense programs supporting the U.S. Navy and NATO. Over the last 16 years, he has led multiple Teledyne business units that develop and supply autonomous systems including multiple types of underwater vehicles and advanced acoustic communications systems to the Defense and Commercial markets. Dr. Altshuler’s defense technology experience includes four years as Program Manager at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). He was a Research Staff Member at the Institute for Defense Analyses where he managed programs supporting the U.S. Army and the Office of the Secretary of Defense. He received a B.S. in Physics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and both an M.S. and Ph.D. in Physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the MIT Underwater Vehicle Laboratory. Dr. Altshuler received the Secretary of Defense Award for Outstanding Public Service during his time at DARPA. WILLIAM EGAN VICE PRESIDENT SALES AND MARKETING / TELEDYNE MARINE IMAGING AND INSTRUMENTS William Egan is an experienced international business leader with a proven track record of success within B2B, aerospace, defense, automotive, marine, manufacturing, electronics & commercial markets with a background in electronics, process automation and acoustics. William joined Teledyne as Vice President - Sales for Teledyne RESON, and now is responsible for Sales & Marketing for the Imaging and Instruments groups within Teledyne Marine. Prior to joining Teledyne, he was the Global Services and Solutions Director, as well as the Managing Director for Northern Europe, at Bruel & Kjaer, and holding roles on various Boards. William is also a Member of the Institute of Acoustics, served on the Board of Directors and as the President of the Institute, and was recently awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the Institute. DAN SHROPSHIRE VICE PRESIDENT SALES AND MARKETING / TELEDYNE MARINE VEHICLES Dan Shropshire is the Vice President of Teledyne Marine Vehicle Sales and Marketing in North Falmouth Massachusetts. In this role, Dan oversees Global Sales, Marketing and Product Line Management for a variety of Teledyne Webb Research, Teledyne Gavia, Teledyne SeaBotix, Teledyne OceanScience and Teledyne Benthos product. He holds a Bachelors and Masters degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Dan started his career as a systems engineer on commercial Geo Communications Satellites for Hughes Space and Communications and later worked for over ten years for Northrop Grumman at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics on NASA’s Chandra X-Ray Observatory as a Flight Dynamics Engineer, Mission Planning Manager, Engineering Manager, and Program Manager. Dan came to work for Teledyne in 2013 and has held several different positions including Program Manager and Director of Product Line Management. While at Teledyne, Dan has managed several project lines and worked on several large programs including multiple vehicle design and development projects and low frequency acoustics for the Seismic Industry.