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Altair Engineering Inc (ALTR.OQ)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

James Scapa

Chairman & CEO

Norma Jean Zaleski

Chief Financial Officer

James Brancheau

CTO, Director

Tom Perring

Chief Administrative Officer

Martin Clague

63 Board Member

Louis Crain

57 Board Member

Steve Earhart

Board Member

Howard Morof

Board Member

Biographies

Name Description

James Scapa

Prior to establishing Altair, Scapa served as an engineering consultant to theautomotive industry, beginning his career with Ford Motor Company in 1978.

Norma Jean Zaleski

As chief financial officer, Zaleski is responsible for Altairs global corporate financial reporting and overall financial strategy. She was previously Altairs director of accounting and financial reporting. Prior to joining the company, Zaleski held several senior finance positions for such corporations as Acument (formerly Textron Fastening Systems) and Honeywell, including vice president of finance for the Americas and Asian operations of Honeywell Friction Materials, and director of global financial planning and analysis. She began her career as a CPA and held various positions in this regard at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where she focused on mergers and acquisitions advisory and assurance services.

James Brancheau

Brancheau joined Altair in 1988, after five years with General Motors and 12 years at Ford Motor Company in a number of positions relating to product testing, design and computer-aided engineering (CAE). Since then, Brancheau has held positions of increasing responsibility at Altair, specifically in managing the company's global engineering operations.

Tom Perring

Prior to joining Altair, Mr. Perring had fifteen years of experience in managing large scale software development projects at Chrysler Corporation and CIMLINC, Inc. following an academic career as a college physics professor.

Martin Clague

Mr. Martin C. Clague serves as a Board Member for Altair Engineering Inc. Effective October 9, 2002, he was promoted to president and chief executive officer of Covansys. He previously served as Covansys' president and chief operating officer. He brings more than three decades of sales and operation experience to the post. Prior to joining Covansys, he was an independent consultant to the private investment firm of Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, Inc., where he was involved in developing an infrastructure and growth strategy for Covansys. Earlier in his career, he held various leadership positions at IBM in worldwide client server computing, global network computing solutions consulting, software and services, and sales operations. His final assignment at IBM was as vice president of Global Industries e-Business Solutions, where he led efforts to provide Internet-based solutions to support customer processes. In 1999, he served as president and CEO of Unisphere Solutions, the Massachusetts-based telecommunications company launched by the Siemens Corporation. While at Unisphere, he led the company through its initial start-up phase, integrating three acquired companies, and the company's first management team. He also built the company's brand recognition and the infrastructure necessary to support rapid growth and development. Mr. Clague holds a Bachelor of Arts from Hiram College in Hiram, Ohio, and attended Cleveland Marshall Law School, Cleveland, Ohio. He is a trustee of Manhattanville College in Purchase, New York.

Louis Crain

Crain holds a bachelor of science degree in aeronautics and astronautics, with an emphasis on computers and economics, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Mass.

Steve Earhart

Howard Morof