Robert Alspaugh - Bob Alspaugh was elected Chief Executive Officer of KPMG International in May 2002, and served in that role until he retired in January 2006. As CEO he was responsible for implementing the strategy of the global organization, which included member firms in 150 countries, with more than 100,000 employees. Throughout his 36-year career at KPMG, he served as the lead partner for a diverse array of clients across a broad range of industries, from energy to financial services, working with global entities in Japan, Europe, and the United States.

In addition to spending more than ten years on KPMG's Management Committee and nearly four years on its Board of Directors, Mr. Alspaugh is tirelessly involved with a number of civic organizations, including The Salvation Army's National Advisory Board and the Corporate Fund of New York's Lincoln Center. A summa cum laude graduate from Baylor University, Mr. Alspaugh is also a Board member of the American Friends of Lucerne Festiva, a Fellow of the Foreign Policy Association, Chairman Emeritus of the Volunteer Center of San Francisco, and has served on the Board and Executive Committee of the San Francisco Symphony.
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International Rescue Committee
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