Board of Directors

The Board of Directors of the AT&T Performing Arts Center is made up of volunteer leaders from Dallas‘’ business, civic and cultural communities.

Matrice Ellis-Kirk, Chair, Board of Directors

Matrice Ellis-Kirk is a senior member of RSR Partners’ Board of Directors Practice and head of the firm’s Dallas office. Having a passion for topics related to corporate governance, her current search work focuses on the boardroom. Matrice is activ… Expand

Matrice Ellis-Kirk is a senior member of RSR Partners’ Board of Directors Practice and head of the firm’s Dallas office. Having a passion for topics related to corporate governance, her current search work focuses on the boardroom. Matrice is active within the business and civic communities, serving on a number of boards, including the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships, North Texas Tollway Authority, and as Board Chair of the AT&T Performing Arts Center. She has served on the University of Pennsylvania Board of Visitors, as a non-executive director of public company boards and also as a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Council. Prior to joining RSR Partners, Matrice worked for over 18 years with two global recruiting firms, Heidrick & Struggles and Spencer Stuart. There she led board assignments for non-executive directors for public and privately held companies. She also conducted senior level search assignments for business-to-consumer companies across multiple functions. In addition, while at Heidrick, she was managing partner leading Diversity Advisory Services and the Global Knowledge Management organization; and as a member of the management committee, in a North America corporate role leading the Client Service Organization where she streamlined internal processes. Prior to a career in search, Matrice spent several years leading the Dallas office as vice president and office manager of Apex Securities, a Texas-based investment banking firm. Previously, she worked as director of the Office of Management and Budget with Dallas Area Rapid Transit and earlier with MBank Dallas in several banking roles. Matrice holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania. She and her husband, Ron, have two children, Elizabeth and Catherine.

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Peter Oosterveer, Vice Chair, Board of Directors

Peter Oosterveer serves as Fluor Corporation’s chief operating officer, responsible for growth and development of Fluor’s commercial business lines. A 25-year Fluor veteran, Mr. Oosterveer previously served as the group president of the company’s … Expand

Peter Oosterveer serves as Fluor Corporation’s chief operating officer, responsible for growth and development of Fluor’s commercial business lines. A 25-year Fluor veteran, Mr. Oosterveer previously served as the group president of the company’s Energy & Chemicals Business Segment, and senior vice president of the firm's global chemicals and petrochemicals business. Mr. Oosterveer has deep international Client and project expertise in the energy and chemicals industries with previous executive stints managing Fluor's chemicals operations for Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. His duties included business development and sales as well as direct profit-loss responsibility. Prior to that, he was managing director of the Dutch operations of Fluor, including the Haarlem office. He also previously managed Fluor's operations center in Bergen op Zoom, The Netherlands. In 2015, Mr. Oosterveer was elected to the U.S.-China Business Council board. Mr. Oosterveer was appointed to the Board of Directors of FMC Technologies, Inc. in February of 2015, and continues to serve as a Director of the ICA Fluor joint venture in Mexico and Fluor Arabia Ltd (FAL). Mr. Oosterveer has served as a Board Member for Infraspeed BV, which was involved in the design, construction, and maintenance of The Netherlands High Speed Line project. In addition he has served on the Fluor S.A. Poland Supervisory Board as well as on the Fluor S.A. Spain Board of Directors. After joining Fluor in 1989 as a control systems engineer, Mr. Oosterveer gained project experience on various upstream, downstream, and chemicals projects performed from the Haarlem office. He previously worked on a complex refinery mega-project as well as serving as project director for the firm's SAP implementation. He has a BSc in Electronics from HTS Leeuwarden, The Netherlands, and is a graduate of the Thunderbird University International Management Program, Stanford's Executive Business School, and the Fluor Management Institute.

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Directors

Carol Aaron, Victor Almeida, Charlotte Jones Anderson, Larry Angelilli, Anita Arnold, Anne T. Bass, Christy Berry, David W. Biegler, Daniel Boeckman, Harold M. Brierley, Rep. Angie Chen Button, Janie Dunne Cooke, Douglas T. Curtis, Matrice Ellis-Kirk, L… Expand

Carol Aaron, Victor Almeida, Charlotte Jones Anderson, Larry Angelilli, Anita Arnold, Anne T. Bass, Christy Berry, David W. Biegler, Daniel Boeckman, Harold M. Brierley, Rep. Angie Chen Button, Janie Dunne Cooke, Douglas T. Curtis, Matrice Ellis-Kirk, Lauren Embrey, Bess Enloe, Ruben E. Esquivel, Janiece Evans-Page, Manny Fernandez, Gilbert Gerst, Howard Hallam, Robert Hallam, Jr., Frederick B. Hegi, Jr., Julie K. Hersh, John E. Howell, Gene Jones, Margaret H. Jordan, Mark H. Kreditor, Barbara Thomas Lemmon, Thomas C. Leppert, Wendy Lopez, Sarah Losinger, Jill B. Louis, Ronald M. Mankoff, Holly Mayer, Lynn McBee, Martha Wyly Miller, Francie Moody-Dahlberg, Darnell J. Moore, Ph.D., Tom Moore, D. Roger Nanney, Peter Oosterveer, Lucilo A. Peña, Guillermo Perales, Nelda Cain Pickens, Tracy M. Preston, Caren Prothro, Deedie Rose, Hon. Florence Shapiro, Caleb Smith, Debbie Storey, Stephen Suellentrop, Mary K. Suhm, Greg Swalwell, Daniel L. Tobey, R. Gerald Turner, Kern Wildenthal, M.D., Donald Winspear

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