DXC Technology Adds Anthony Gonzalez and Karl Racine to Board of Directors
ASHBURN, Va., January 5, 2023 — DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC) today announced the appointment of Anthony Gonzalez and Karl Racine to the company’s Board effective immediately. Mr. Gonzalez will serve on the Compensation Committee of the Board and Mr. Racine will serve on the Nominating/Corporate Governance Committee of the Board.
“On behalf of all of our directors, we are excited to welcome Anthony and Karl to the DXC Board,” said Mike Salvino, DXC chairman, president and CEO. “They bring proven leadership abilities and valuable experience to our Board, and our management team is looking forward to working with both of them.”
“Since August of 2020, we have appointed seven new Board members to DXC with a broad set of experience, skills, diversity and perspectives that complement the strengths of Mike Salvino and his leadership team,” said Raul Fernandez, Chair of the Board’s Nominating/Corporate Governance Committee. “We are thrilled to have Anthony and Karl join the DXC Board.”
Mr. Gonzalez is a former U.S. congressman for Ohio’s 16th Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives where he served from January 2019 until January 3, 2023. Mr. Gonzalez served on the House Financial Services Committee and the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. Additionally, he served on the House China Task Force, the Select Committee on the Climate and was Vice Ranking Member of the Diversity and Inclusion Subcommittee on Financial Services. Prior to that, in July 2015 he joined InformedK12 (formerly Chalk Schools) where he served as Chief Operating Officer and led all commercial and business functions for the company until June 2017, helping to triple the size of the business. From June 2014 until June 2015, Mr. Gonzalez served as the Director of Business Development and Corporate Development for Beneco, Inc., where he was a Board Observer and helped stabilize the business through a change of ownership and multiple CEO transitions. A graduate of The Ohio State University and Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, Mr. Gonzalez played 5 seasons in the National Football League.
Mr. Racine is the former attorney general of the District of Columbia. He was sworn in as the District of Columbia’s first elected attorney general in 2015 and was reelected to a second term in 2018, where he served until January 2, 2023. Mr. Racine serves on the board of directors of Safe Harbor Financial, a financial services technology firm that serves the regulated cannabis industry. In 2021, Mr. Racine served as President of the bipartisan National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG). In 2022, NAAG awarded Racine the highest honor bestowed to a sitting Attorney General—the Kelley-Wyman Award. Mr. Racine draws on over 30 years of legal and leadership experience. Over the course of his career, he has worked at the D.C. Public Defender Service, where he represented district residents who could not afford a lawyer, served as associate White House counsel to President Bill Clinton, and worked on criminal cases and complex civil litigation at private firms. While in private practice, he was elected managing partner of his firm, Venable LLP, and became the first African-American managing partner of a top-100 American law firm. Mr. Racine holds a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law.
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