David Jenkins is a Senior Associate at Compensation Advisory Partners LLC (CAP) in Houston. He has over 10 years consulting experience and provides compensation consulting services to public and privately-held companies. David provides consulting services in executive compensation, director compensation, pay-for-performance alignment, and incentive plan design. He has worked with clients across various industries including Chemicals, Healthcare, Industrials, Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Retail, and Steel.

David holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics from the University of Houston with a specialization in Applied Statistics. Prior to CAP, David was a Vice President with Pearl Meyer and with Aon Hewitt. He is currently a member of Houston Compensation and Benefits.

Bryan Roberts is a Senior Associate at Compensation Advisory Partners LLC (CAP) in Houston. He has over 10 years of experience working with public and private companies on a broad range of executive and board of director compensation issues. Bryan’s work includes assessing executive pay levels relative to the market, designing and modeling annual and long-term incentive plan designs, reviewing board of director compensation, pay versus performance, and broader employee pay benchmarking. He has worked with clients across various industries, including oil & gas, consumer products, and manufacturing.

Bryan plays an active role in developing much of CAP’s intellectual capital including trends across specific industries and manage our annual CAP 100 Intel Report. Bryan has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration and Information Systems from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Prior to CAP, Bryan was an executive compensation consultant at Pearl Meyer and at Aon Hewitt.

Bryan is a Certified Executive Compensation Professional (CECP), as designated by WorldatWork.

Mike Bonner is a Senior Associate at Compensation Advisory Partners in New York. Since joining CAP in 2013, he has worked with compensation committees and senior management teams to address a wide array of executive and non-employee director compensation issues. His typical projects include incentive plan design, executive and non-employee director compensation benchmarking, and performance measurement. Mike has experience working with both public and private company clients across industries, including financial services, pharmaceuticals, consumer products, and retail. He also has experience working with companies on executive compensation matters in special situations, including mergers and acquisitions and IPOs.

Mike writes frequently on executive compensation issues. He has co-authored CAP client alerts covering executive compensation trends in the banking and pharmaceutical industries, annual incentive plan goal setting, and gender pay equity. Mike also co-authored the article, “Paying for ‘the Right’ Performance”, which was originally published in Corporate Board Member and featured by the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation.

Mike has a Bachelor of Science in Management with concentrations in Finance and Corporate Reporting and Analysis from Boston College’s Carroll School of Management.  He is also a Certified Executive Compensation Professional, as designated by WorldatWork.

Joanna Czyzewski is a Senior Associate at Compensation Advisory Partners (CAP) in New York. Since joining CAP in 2014, she has experience working on a variety of executive and board of director compensation issues for both public and private companies. Joanna’s work includes the development of competitive compensation levels for senior executives, annual and long-term incentive plan design, non-employee director compensation, equity plan proposals, pay vs. performance analyses, compensation program risk reviews and employee benchmarking. She has worked with clients in industries that include insurance, financial services, healthcare, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, utilities, retail, and consumer staples.

Joanna has performed research on numerous CAP research initiatives. She has co-authored CAP client alerts covering executive compensation trends in the insurance, pharmaceutical, and utilities industries, as well as executive compensation in IPOs and early trends each proxy season.

Joanna received an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business, specializing in strategy and leadership and change management, and a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University, with minors in Economics and Business. She is a Certified Executive Compensation Professional, as designated by WorldatWork.

Ryan Colucci is a Senior Associate at Compensation Advisory Partners (CAP) in New York. Since joining CAP in 2013, he has worked on a broad range of executive and board of director compensation matters. Ryan’s work involves the development of competitive compensation levels for senior executives, annual and long-term incentive plan design, board of director compensation, pay vs. performance analyses, and employee benchmarking. He has worked with clients in industries such as: financial services, payment processing, consumer products and manufacturing.

Ryan has co-authored and done extensive research for CAP’s research reports on executive and board compensation trends, and other CAP research initiatives. Additionally, Ryan takes a lead role in CAP research and thought leadership related to CEO pay ratio disclosure. Ryan co-authored the article, “A Deep Dive into the Second Year of CEO Pay Ratio Disclosures”, which was cited in The Wall Street Journal among other media outlets.

Ryan has a BA in Mathematics with a minor in Business Studies from SUNY — Geneseo and an MS in Applied Statistics from Columbia University.

Ryan is a Certified Executive Compensation Professional, as designated by WorldatWork.

Kyle Eastman is a Senior Associate at Compensation Advisory Partners LLC (CAP), with experience working on a variety of executive and non-employee director compensation issues. Kyle has worked with numerous public and private companies on projects, including pay for performance assessment; financial analysis, executive and non-employee director compensation measurement and benchmarking, annual and long-term incentive plan design, and compensation program risk review.

Kyle co-authored the CAP Alert titled “2015 Proxy Season: Changing Practices in Executive Compensation—Annual Incentive Plan Design” and has contributed to many other CAP research initiatives. Kyle holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a Financial Analyst Honors concentration and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University at Albany — SUNY. Kyle has passed Level II of the CFA Institute’s Chartered Financial Analyst Program.

Kyle is a Certified Executive Compensation Professional, as designated by WorldatWork.

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