Mutual of America Board of Directors
Chairman of the Board Mutual of America New York, New York
President and Chief Executive Officer Mutual of America New York, New York
President Alexander & Associates, Inc. New York, New York
President Kimberly Casiano & Associates Inc. San Juan, Puerto Rico
Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Mutual of America New York, New York
President Howard University Washington, D.C.
Chairman Harbison Corporation St. Louis, Missouri
Founder and Chief
Executive Officer Haver Analytics, Inc. New York, New York
President and Chief Executive Officer The Frances Hesselbein Leadership Institute New York, New York
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Mutual of America Capital Management LLC New York, New York
Leffall, Jr., M.D.
Charles R. Drew Professor of Surgery Howard University College of Medicine Washington, D.C.
Chairman Emeritus Liberty Partners Group Washington, D.C. Chairman Emeritus H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute Tampa, Florida
Counsel New York, New York
IBM Professor of Business and Government Harvard University Cambridge, Massachusetts
U.S. Army (Retired) President Army Emergency Relief Arlington, Virginia
Senior Executive Vice President and General Counsel Mutual of America New York, New York
Election of Directors
Mutual of America policyholders and contract holders are entitled to participate in the election of Directors. The election is held each year on a designated working day in April. In 2017 the election of Directors is scheduled for Thursday, April 27, 2017, between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., at the Home Office, 320 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10022. At each election, approximately one-third of the Directors are elected for terms of three years.
Each policyholder and contract holder whose policy or contract has been in force for one year prior to the date of election is entitled to one vote per person to be cast in person, by mail or by proxy. Pursuant to Section 4210 of the New York Insurance Law, groups of policyholders or contract holders have the right to nominate one or more independent tickets not less than five months prior to the date of each election. Mail ballots may be obtained by writing to the Corporate Secretary at Mutual of America’s Home Office address, no later than 60 days prior to the date of election.