ANN D - American Airlines

Ann M. Korologos, former Secretary of Labor, has served on
the Board of Directors of AMR Corp. since November 1990.
Korologos was sworn in as Secretary of Labor by President
Ronald Reagan in December 1987 and later established the
Workforce Quality Commission, the first blue ribbon
commission to address workforce competitiveness issues in a
global economy. She was awarded the President's Citizen
Medal in recognition of public service.
Earlier in the Reagan administration, she had been Under Secretary of the Department
of Interior and Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, where she earned the department's
highest honor, the Alexander Hamilton Award for distinguished leadership.
From May 1990 through September 1995, Korologos served as President of the Federal
City Council and served as Senior Advisor for Benedetto Gartland & Co. from 1996 to
2005. She is Chairman Emeritus of The Aspen Institute, serving as Vice Chairman from
1993 and as Chairman from 1996.
In addition to her service to AMR, she served as Chairman of the RAND Corporation
Board of Trustees From April 2004 – April 2009. She is also a director of Harman
International; Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc., Kellogg Company and Vulcan Materials
Company. Korologos sits on the governing board of The Dana Foundation. She is a
member of the Board of Trustees of The Aspen Institute and a member of the Board of
Trustees of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation.
Korologos holds a Bachelor's Degree from Marymount College, Tarrytown, N.Y., and
studied at the University of London and The Wharton School of the University of
Pennsyvania. She holds Honorary Degrees from Marymount College, the University of
Rhode Island, the New England School of Law, the College of Saint Elizabeth, Tri State
University and Birmingham College.
March 2009