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Audit Committee Position

Anne Hayes  

Anne Hayes serves as a Class II Director. Ms. Hayes has served as a Director of Bridger since September 2023. Ms. Hayes is a Director of the Investment Group at Quadrant Capital Advisors, a single-family office. She has worked since 2008 in private equity investing, including minority and majority stakes across a wide range of sectors in early and growth-stage companies in the U.S. and global markets. From 2006 to 2007 she worked in venture capital and real estate investing with GDBA Investments. Ms. Hayes has over five years of accounting experience in roles of advisory and outsourced CFO with PricewaterhouseCoopers and Councilor, Buchanan & Mitchell. In these capacities she conducted forensic investigations and business valuations, implemented Sarbanes Oxley controls, and advised management and boards of directors. Ms. Hayes is a Certified Public Accountant and received her Bachelor of Science in Finance with honors from Villanova University and Master of Science in Finance from the University of Denver Daniels College of Business.  Ms. Hayes is well qualified to serve on the Bridger Board due to her strategic investment experience as well as her significant knowledge of corporate finance and controls.

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Jeffrey Kelter  

Jeffrey Kelter serves as the Chairman of Bridger and a Class III Director. Mr. Kelter has served as a Director of JCIC since 2021. Mr. Kelter is a Co-Founder and a Partner of KSH Capital since 2015. KSH Capital provides real estate entrepreneurs with capital and expertise to seed or grow their platform. KSH Capital is focused on the deployment of the principals’ capital in domestic and international strategies that offer compelling long-term returns. Prior to founding KSH Capital, Mr. Kelter was a Founding Partner and Chief Executive Officer of KTR Capital Partners (“KTR”) from 2005 to 2015, a leading private equity real estate investment and operating company focused on the industrial property sector in North America. KTR and its commingled investment funds were sold in May 2015 to a joint venture of Prologis Inc. and Norges Bank Investment Management. Since its inception in 2004, KTR had raised three funds which totaled over $7.0 billion of investment capacity. Prior to founding KTR, Mr. Kelter was President, Chief Executive Officer and Trustee of Keystone Property Trust, an industrial real estate investment trust. Mr. Kelter founded the predecessor to Keystone in 1982, and took the company public in 1997, where he and the management team directed its operations until its sale in 2004 to Prologis. Prior to forming Keystone, he served as president and CEO of Penn Square Properties, Inc. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a real estate company which he founded in 1982. Mr. Kelter currently serves on the Board of Directors of Invitation Homes (NYSE: INVH). From January 2014 to November 2017, Mr. Kelter served on the Board of Starwood Waypoint Homes, its predecessor. Mr. Kelter currently serves as a trustee of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Mr. Kelter previously served as a trustee for Trinity College from 2010 to April 2020 and Westminister School from September 2011 to April 2020. Mr. Kelter formerly served on the Board of Gramercy Property Trust (NYSE: GPT) from 2015 to 2018. Mr. Kelter received a B.A. in Urban Studies from Trinity College. Mr. Kelter is well qualified to serve as the Chairman of the Bridger Board due to his extensive experience founding and growing successful companies, as well as his significant executive leadership background.

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Wyman Howard

Wyman Howard serves as a Class I Director. Mr. Howard retired from the U.S. Navy in September 2022 as Rear Admiral (Upper Half) with over thirty-two (32) years in the SEAL Teams and Joint Special Operations. Mr. Howard has had multiple tours in command of Special Operations Joint Task Forces and was among the first to deploy into Afghanistan following the attacks of September 11, 2001. The combat contributions of the teams Mr. Howard commanded, and with whom he served, were recognized with five (5) Presidential Unit Citations, Navy Unit Commendation medal and four (4) Joint Meritorious Unit Awards. Mr. Howard graduated from the United States Naval Academy and holds a Master of Business Administration from the TRIUM consortium of the London School of Economics, HEC Paris School of Management, and New York University’s Stern School of Business. Mr. Howard holds a Master of Science in National Security and Resource Strategy with a focus on commercial, civil and military space sectors from the Eisenhower School and a Professional Certificate in Artificial Intelligence and Business Strategy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Mr. Howard’s joint, interagency and intelligence experience include service as the second Director of Operations for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in 2016 and as the Commander, Naval Special Warfare Command from 2020 to 2022, which are equivalent leadership roles of a Chief Operating Officer and Chief Executive Officer, respectively. Mr. Howard is acknowledged for his leadership in designing new irregular deterrence capabilities and options that increase Unites States leverage to deter the nation’s adversaries. He is well qualified to serve on the Bridger Board due to his distinctive leadership, at the strategic, operational and tactical levels, where he was at the helm in command for outcomes that advanced the security of the United States and its allies. He has a unique sensitivity to geo-strategic risk and a deep set of intelligence, interagency and foreign partner relationships set on a foundation of trust and the culture for humility and stewardship he established during his career as a Naval Officer.

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Compensation Committee Position

Dean Heller

Dean Heller serves as a Class II Director. From May 2011 until his retirement in January 2019, Mr. Heller served as a Senator from Nevada in the United States Senate. During his time in the Senate, Mr. Heller served on the Committees on Finance, Banking, Veterans’ Affairs and Commerce. Prior to his service in the Senate, Mr. Heller was the United States Representative for Nevada’s Second Congressional District. Mr. Heller has also previously served as Nevada’s Secretary of State and in the Nevada State Assembly representing Carson City. Prior to his political career, Mr. Heller worked as a broker on the Pacific Stock Exchange as an institutional equities trader and also served as a banking Municipal Finance Representative. Mr. Heller received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Southern California. Mr. Heller received the Distinguished USC Alumni Award from the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business in 2012. From January 2019 through September 2021, Mr. Heller served as a director of Toyota Financial Savings Bank, a Nevada corporation that provides banking products and services to Toyota dealers. Mr. Heller is well qualified to serve on the Bridger Board due to his significant experience and in-depth knowledge in the areas of public policy and governmental matters and demonstrated leadership experience serving in the United States Senate and House of Representatives, as well as his background in business and finance.

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Todd Hirsch

Todd Hirsch serves as a Class III Director. Mr. Hirsch has served as a Director of Bridger since December 2018. Since July 2013, Mr. Hirsch has been employed by Blackstone Inc. (NYSE: BX), one of the world’s leading investment firms. Mr. Hirsch is currently a Senior Managing Director in the Tactical Opportunities Fund at Blackstone. Prior to Blackstone, Mr. Hirsch worked at Deutsche Bank (NYSE: DB), an investment bank, where he sourced and structured transactions for a wide range of corporate and institutional clients across multiple products. Mr. Hirsch graduated magna cum laude from Duke University in 1996. Mr. Hirsch is well qualified to serve on the Bridger Board due to his significant experience structuring corporate and finance transactions in a variety of commercial settings, as well as background in management.

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Jeffrey Kelter  

Jeffrey Kelter serves as the Chairman of Bridger and a Class III Director. Mr. Kelter has served as a Director of JCIC since 2021. Mr. Kelter is a Co-Founder and a Partner of KSH Capital since 2015. KSH Capital provides real estate entrepreneurs with capital and expertise to seed or grow their platform. KSH Capital is focused on the deployment of the principals’ capital in domestic and international strategies that offer compelling long-term returns. Prior to founding KSH Capital, Mr. Kelter was a Founding Partner and Chief Executive Officer of KTR Capital Partners (“KTR”) from 2005 to 2015, a leading private equity real estate investment and operating company focused on the industrial property sector in North America. KTR and its commingled investment funds were sold in May 2015 to a joint venture of Prologis Inc. and Norges Bank Investment Management. Since its inception in 2004, KTR had raised three funds which totaled over $7.0 billion of investment capacity. Prior to founding KTR, Mr. Kelter was President, Chief Executive Officer and Trustee of Keystone Property Trust, an industrial real estate investment trust. Mr. Kelter founded the predecessor to Keystone in 1982, and took the company public in 1997, where he and the management team directed its operations until its sale in 2004 to Prologis. Prior to forming Keystone, he served as president and CEO of Penn Square Properties, Inc. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a real estate company which he founded in 1982. Mr. Kelter currently serves on the Board of Directors of Invitation Homes (NYSE: INVH). From January 2014 to November 2017, Mr. Kelter served on the Board of Starwood Waypoint Homes, its predecessor. Mr. Kelter currently serves as a trustee of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Mr. Kelter previously served as a trustee for Trinity College from 2010 to April 2020 and Westminister School from September 2011 to April 2020. Mr. Kelter formerly served on the Board of Gramercy Property Trust (NYSE: GPT) from 2015 to 2018. Mr. Kelter received a B.A. in Urban Studies from Trinity College. Mr. Kelter is well qualified to serve as the Chairman of the Bridger Board due to his extensive experience founding and growing successful companies, as well as his significant executive leadership background.

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Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee Position

Wyman Howard

Wyman Howard serves as a Class I Director. Mr. Howard retired from the U.S. Navy in September 2022 as Rear Admiral (Upper Half) with over thirty-two (32) years in the SEAL Teams and Joint Special Operations. Mr. Howard has had multiple tours in command of Special Operations Joint Task Forces and was among the first to deploy into Afghanistan following the attacks of September 11, 2001. The combat contributions of the teams Mr. Howard commanded, and with whom he served, were recognized with five (5) Presidential Unit Citations, Navy Unit Commendation medal and four (4) Joint Meritorious Unit Awards. Mr. Howard graduated from the United States Naval Academy and holds a Master of Business Administration from the TRIUM consortium of the London School of Economics, HEC Paris School of Management, and New York University’s Stern School of Business. Mr. Howard holds a Master of Science in National Security and Resource Strategy with a focus on commercial, civil and military space sectors from the Eisenhower School and a Professional Certificate in Artificial Intelligence and Business Strategy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Mr. Howard’s joint, interagency and intelligence experience include service as the second Director of Operations for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in 2016 and as the Commander, Naval Special Warfare Command from 2020 to 2022, which are equivalent leadership roles of a Chief Operating Officer and Chief Executive Officer, respectively. Mr. Howard is acknowledged for his leadership in designing new irregular deterrence capabilities and options that increase Unites States leverage to deter the nation’s adversaries. He is well qualified to serve on the Bridger Board due to his distinctive leadership, at the strategic, operational and tactical levels, where he was at the helm in command for outcomes that advanced the security of the United States and its allies. He has a unique sensitivity to geo-strategic risk and a deep set of intelligence, interagency and foreign partner relationships set on a foundation of trust and the culture for humility and stewardship he established during his career as a Naval Officer.

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Dean Heller

Dean Heller serves as a Class II Director. From May 2011 until his retirement in January 2019, Mr. Heller served as a Senator from Nevada in the United States Senate. During his time in the Senate, Mr. Heller served on the Committees on Finance, Banking, Veterans’ Affairs and Commerce. Prior to his service in the Senate, Mr. Heller was the United States Representative for Nevada’s Second Congressional District. Mr. Heller has also previously served as Nevada’s Secretary of State and in the Nevada State Assembly representing Carson City. Prior to his political career, Mr. Heller worked as a broker on the Pacific Stock Exchange as an institutional equities trader and also served as a banking Municipal Finance Representative. Mr. Heller received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Southern California. Mr. Heller received the Distinguished USC Alumni Award from the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business in 2012. From January 2019 through September 2021, Mr. Heller served as a director of Toyota Financial Savings Bank, a Nevada corporation that provides banking products and services to Toyota dealers. Mr. Heller is well qualified to serve on the Bridger Board due to his significant experience and in-depth knowledge in the areas of public policy and governmental matters and demonstrated leadership experience serving in the United States Senate and House of Representatives, as well as his background in business and finance.

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Todd Hirsch

Todd Hirsch serves as a Class III Director. Mr. Hirsch has served as a Director of Bridger since December 2018. Since July 2013, Mr. Hirsch has been employed by Blackstone Inc. (NYSE: BX), one of the world’s leading investment firms. Mr. Hirsch is currently a Senior Managing Director in the Tactical Opportunities Fund at Blackstone. Prior to Blackstone, Mr. Hirsch worked at Deutsche Bank (NYSE: DB), an investment bank, where he sourced and structured transactions for a wide range of corporate and institutional clients across multiple products. Mr. Hirsch graduated magna cum laude from Duke University in 1996. Mr. Hirsch is well qualified to serve on the Bridger Board due to his significant experience structuring corporate and finance transactions in a variety of commercial settings, as well as background in management.

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Anne Hayes

Anne Hayes serves as a Class II Director. Ms. Hayes has served as a Director of Bridger since September 2023. Ms. Hayes is a Director of the Investment Group at Quadrant Capital Advisors, a single-family office. She has worked since 2008 in private equity investing, including minority and majority stakes across a wide range of sectors in early and growth-stage companies in the U.S. and global markets. From 2006 to 2007 she worked in venture capital and real estate investing with GDBA Investments. Ms. Hayes has over five years of accounting experience in roles of advisory and outsourced CFO with PricewaterhouseCoopers and Councilor, Buchanan & Mitchell. In these capacities she conducted forensic investigations and business valuations, implemented Sarbanes Oxley controls, and advised management and boards of directors. Ms. Hayes is a Certified Public Accountant and received her Bachelor of Science in Finance with honors from Villanova University and Master of Science in Finance from the University of Denver Daniels College of Business.  Ms. Hayes is well qualified to serve on the Bridger Board due to her strategic investment experience as well as her significant knowledge of corporate finance and controls.

Jeffrey Kelter

Jeffrey Kelter serves as the Chairman of Bridger and a Class III Director. Mr. Kelter has served as a Director of JCIC since 2021. Mr. Kelter is a Co-Founder and a Partner of KSH Capital since 2015. KSH Capital provides real estate entrepreneurs with capital and expertise to seed or grow their platform. KSH Capital is focused on the deployment of the principals’ capital in domestic and international strategies that offer compelling long-term returns. Prior to founding KSH Capital, Mr. Kelter was a Founding Partner and Chief Executive Officer of KTR Capital Partners (“KTR”) from 2005 to 2015, a leading private equity real estate investment and operating company focused on the industrial property sector in North America. KTR and its commingled investment funds were sold in May 2015 to a joint venture of Prologis Inc. and Norges Bank Investment Management. Since its inception in 2004, KTR had raised three funds which totaled over $7.0 billion of investment capacity. Prior to founding KTR, Mr. Kelter was President, Chief Executive Officer and Trustee of Keystone Property Trust, an industrial real estate investment trust. Mr. Kelter founded the predecessor to Keystone in 1982, and took the company public in 1997, where he and the management team directed its operations until its sale in 2004 to Prologis. Prior to forming Keystone, he served as president and CEO of Penn Square Properties, Inc. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a real estate company which he founded in 1982. Mr. Kelter currently serves on the Board of Directors of Invitation Homes (NYSE: INVH). From January 2014 to November 2017, Mr. Kelter served on the Board of Starwood Waypoint Homes, its predecessor. Mr. Kelter currently serves as a trustee of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Mr. Kelter previously served as a trustee for Trinity College from 2010 to April 2020 and Westminister School from September 2011 to April 2020. Mr. Kelter formerly served on the Board of Gramercy Property Trust (NYSE: GPT) from 2015 to 2018. Mr. Kelter received a B.A. in Urban Studies from Trinity College. Mr. Kelter is well qualified to serve as the Chairman of the Bridger Board due to his extensive experience founding and growing successful companies, as well as his significant executive leadership background.

Wyman Howard

Wyman Howard serves as a Class I Director. Mr. Howard retired from the U.S. Navy in September 2022 as Rear Admiral (Upper Half) with over thirty-two (32) years in the SEAL Teams and Joint Special Operations. Mr. Howard has had multiple tours in command of Special Operations Joint Task Forces and was among the first to deploy into Afghanistan following the attacks of September 11, 2001. The combat contributions of the teams Mr. Howard commanded, and with whom he served, were recognized with five (5) Presidential Unit Citations, Navy Unit Commendation medal and four (4) Joint Meritorious Unit Awards. Mr. Howard graduated from the United States Naval Academy and holds a Master of Business Administration from the TRIUM consortium of the London School of Economics, HEC Paris School of Management, and New York University’s Stern School of Business. Mr. Howard holds a Master of Science in National Security and Resource Strategy with a focus on commercial, civil and military space sectors from the Eisenhower School and a Professional Certificate in Artificial Intelligence and Business Strategy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Mr. Howard’s joint, interagency and intelligence experience include service as the second Director of Operations for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in 2016 and as the Commander, Naval Special Warfare Command from 2020 to 2022, which are equivalent leadership roles of a Chief Operating Officer and Chief Executive Officer, respectively. Mr. Howard is acknowledged for his leadership in designing new irregular deterrence capabilities and options that increase Unites States leverage to deter the nation’s adversaries. He is well qualified to serve on the Bridger Board due to his distinctive leadership, at the strategic, operational and tactical levels, where he was at the helm in command for outcomes that advanced the security of the United States and its allies. He has a unique sensitivity to geo-strategic risk and a deep set of intelligence, interagency and foreign partner relationships set on a foundation of trust and the culture for humility and stewardship he established during his career as a Naval Officer.

Dean Heller

Dean Heller serves as a Class II Director. From May 2011 until his retirement in January 2019, Mr. Heller served as a Senator from Nevada in the United States Senate. During his time in the Senate, Mr. Heller served on the Committees on Finance, Banking, Veterans’ Affairs and Commerce. Prior to his service in the Senate, Mr. Heller was the United States Representative for Nevada’s Second Congressional District. Mr. Heller has also previously served as Nevada’s Secretary of State and in the Nevada State Assembly representing Carson City. Prior to his political career, Mr. Heller worked as a broker on the Pacific Stock Exchange as an institutional equities trader and also served as a banking Municipal Finance Representative. Mr. Heller received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Southern California. Mr. Heller received the Distinguished USC Alumni Award from the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business in 2012. From January 2019 through September 2021, Mr. Heller served as a director of Toyota Financial Savings Bank, a Nevada corporation that provides banking products and services to Toyota dealers. Mr. Heller is well qualified to serve on the Bridger Board due to his significant experience and in-depth knowledge in the areas of public policy and governmental matters and demonstrated leadership experience serving in the United States Senate and House of Representatives, as well as his background in business and finance.

Todd Hirsch

Todd Hirsch serves as a Class III Director. Mr. Hirsch has served as a Director of Bridger since December 2018. Since July 2013, Mr. Hirsch has been employed by Blackstone Inc. (NYSE: BX), one of the world’s leading investment firms. Mr. Hirsch is currently a Senior Managing Director in the Tactical Opportunities Fund at Blackstone. Prior to Blackstone, Mr. Hirsch worked at Deutsche Bank (NYSE: DB), an investment bank, where he sourced and structured transactions for a wide range of corporate and institutional clients across multiple products. Mr. Hirsch graduated magna cum laude from Duke University in 1996. Mr. Hirsch is well qualified to serve on the Bridger Board due to his significant experience structuring corporate and finance transactions in a variety of commercial settings, as well as background in management.

Jeffrey Kelter

Jeffrey Kelter serves as the Chairman of Bridger and a Class III Director. Mr. Kelter has served as a Director of JCIC since 2021. Mr. Kelter is a Co-Founder and a Partner of KSH Capital since 2015. KSH Capital provides real estate entrepreneurs with capital and expertise to seed or grow their platform. KSH Capital is focused on the deployment of the principals’ capital in domestic and international strategies that offer compelling long-term returns. Prior to founding KSH Capital, Mr. Kelter was a Founding Partner and Chief Executive Officer of KTR Capital Partners (“KTR”) from 2005 to 2015, a leading private equity real estate investment and operating company focused on the industrial property sector in North America. KTR and its commingled investment funds were sold in May 2015 to a joint venture of Prologis Inc. and Norges Bank Investment Management. Since its inception in 2004, KTR had raised three funds which totaled over $7.0 billion of investment capacity. Prior to founding KTR, Mr. Kelter was President, Chief Executive Officer and Trustee of Keystone Property Trust, an industrial real estate investment trust. Mr. Kelter founded the predecessor to Keystone in 1982, and took the company public in 1997, where he and the management team directed its operations until its sale in 2004 to Prologis. Prior to forming Keystone, he served as president and CEO of Penn Square Properties, Inc. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a real estate company which he founded in 1982. Mr. Kelter currently serves on the Board of Directors of Invitation Homes (NYSE: INVH). From January 2014 to November 2017, Mr. Kelter served on the Board of Starwood Waypoint Homes, its predecessor. Mr. Kelter currently serves as a trustee of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Mr. Kelter previously served as a trustee for Trinity College from 2010 to April 2020 and Westminister School from September 2011 to April 2020. Mr. Kelter formerly served on the Board of Gramercy Property Trust (NYSE: GPT) from 2015 to 2018. Mr. Kelter received a B.A. in Urban Studies from Trinity College. Mr. Kelter is well qualified to serve as the Chairman of the Bridger Board due to his extensive experience founding and growing successful companies, as well as his significant executive leadership background.

Wyman Howard

Wyman Howard serves as a Class I Director. Mr. Howard retired from the U.S. Navy in September 2022 as Rear Admiral (Upper Half) with over thirty-two (32) years in the SEAL Teams and Joint Special Operations. Mr. Howard has had multiple tours in command of Special Operations Joint Task Forces and was among the first to deploy into Afghanistan following the attacks of September 11, 2001. The combat contributions of the teams Mr. Howard commanded, and with whom he served, were recognized with five (5) Presidential Unit Citations, Navy Unit Commendation medal and four (4) Joint Meritorious Unit Awards. Mr. Howard graduated from the United States Naval Academy and holds a Master of Business Administration from the TRIUM consortium of the London School of Economics, HEC Paris School of Management, and New York University’s Stern School of Business. Mr. Howard holds a Master of Science in National Security and Resource Strategy with a focus on commercial, civil and military space sectors from the Eisenhower School and a Professional Certificate in Artificial Intelligence and Business Strategy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Mr. Howard’s joint, interagency and intelligence experience include service as the second Director of Operations for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in 2016 and as the Commander, Naval Special Warfare Command from 2020 to 2022, which are equivalent leadership roles of a Chief Operating Officer and Chief Executive Officer, respectively. Mr. Howard is acknowledged for his leadership in designing new irregular deterrence capabilities and options that increase Unites States leverage to deter the nation’s adversaries. He is well qualified to serve on the Bridger Board due to his distinctive leadership, at the strategic, operational and tactical levels, where he was at the helm in command for outcomes that advanced the security of the United States and its allies. He has a unique sensitivity to geo-strategic risk and a deep set of intelligence, interagency and foreign partner relationships set on a foundation of trust and the culture for humility and stewardship he established during his career as a Naval Officer.

Dean Heller

Dean Heller serves as a Class II Director. From May 2011 until his retirement in January 2019, Mr. Heller served as a Senator from Nevada in the United States Senate. During his time in the Senate, Mr. Heller served on the Committees on Finance, Banking, Veterans’ Affairs and Commerce. Prior to his service in the Senate, Mr. Heller was the United States Representative for Nevada’s Second Congressional District. Mr. Heller has also previously served as Nevada’s Secretary of State and in the Nevada State Assembly representing Carson City. Prior to his political career, Mr. Heller worked as a broker on the Pacific Stock Exchange as an institutional equities trader and also served as a banking Municipal Finance Representative. Mr. Heller received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Southern California. Mr. Heller received the Distinguished USC Alumni Award from the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business in 2012. From January 2019 through September 2021, Mr. Heller served as a director of Toyota Financial Savings Bank, a Nevada corporation that provides banking products and services to Toyota dealers. Mr. Heller is well qualified to serve on the Bridger Board due to his significant experience and in-depth knowledge in the areas of public policy and governmental matters and demonstrated leadership experience serving in the United States Senate and House of Representatives, as well as his background in business and finance.

Todd Hirsch

Todd Hirsch serves as a Class III Director. Mr. Hirsch has served as a Director of Bridger since December 2018. Since July 2013, Mr. Hirsch has been employed by Blackstone Inc. (NYSE: BX), one of the world’s leading investment firms. Mr. Hirsch is currently a Senior Managing Director in the Tactical Opportunities Fund at Blackstone. Prior to Blackstone, Mr. Hirsch worked at Deutsche Bank (NYSE: DB), an investment bank, where he sourced and structured transactions for a wide range of corporate and institutional clients across multiple products. Mr. Hirsch graduated magna cum laude from Duke University in 1996. Mr. Hirsch is well qualified to serve on the Bridger Board due to his significant experience structuring corporate and finance transactions in a variety of commercial settings, as well as background in management.