Officers and Directors

KENNETH G. BARTELS*
President, Treasurer and Director
President, Paxton Properties Incorporated
New York, New York
LEE W. HUEBNER
Director
Professor, Northwestern University
Evanston, Illinois
ANNE D. NEAL*
Vice President and Director
Fellow, Discovery Institute
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
J. EUGENE MARANS
Director
Partner, Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton
Washington, D.C.
CHARLES GETCHELL
Secretary
Attorney at Law
Ipswich, Massachusetts
JOHN R. PRICE
Director (from 6/14/96)
Managing Director,
The Chase Manhattan Corporation
New York, New York
MARTIN S. OPPENHEIMER
Assistant Treasurer
Vice President, Koonce Securities, Inc.
Rockville, Maryland
STANLEY W. STILLMAN
Director
Richmond, Virginia
ROBERT H. M. FERGUSON
Assistant Secretary
Partner, Patterson, Belknap, Webb & Tyler
New York, New York
PETER J. WALLISON
Director
Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher
Washington, D.C.
JOSIAH LEE AUSPITZ*
Director
Somerville, Massachusetts
J. JACKSON WALTER
Director
Consultant
Waterford, Virginia
LEONARD J. BALDYGA*
Director (from 6/14/96)
Former Director, Office of European Affairs,
United States Information Agency
Arlington, Virginia
FRANZ COLLOREDO-MANSFELD
Director
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Cabot Industrial Trust
Boston, Massachusetts
(* Member, Executive Committee, 1996)

Kenneth G. Bartels

President of Paxton Properties Incorporated

Kenneth G. Bartels is President of Paxton Properties Incorporated, a real estate investment firm established to acquire central business district office buildings and credit tenant properties in selected markets throughout the United States. Mr. Bartels was formerly Head of Global Real Estate Equities for Citicorp and Principal, Morgan Stanley Realty Incorporated and Morgan Stanley International Incorporated.

Mr. Bartels joined the Corporate Finance Department of Morgan Stanley in New York in 1976, where he worked on a variety of securities offerings, merges and other advisory assignments. Mr. Bartels joined Morgan Stanley's Tokyo Office in 1981, where he continued to work on corporate transactions. While in Tokyo he also assisted major Japanese and other Asian corporations and institutions in their real estate activity in the United Sates. In 1984 and 1985, Mr. Bartels headed Morgan Stanley's Investment Banking Department in Tokyo.

Mr. Bartels returned to New York in 1985 to join Morgan Stanley Realty as Head of International Operations, where he structured successfully several property investments and financings in the United States for a number of major international institutions. In mid-1987, Mr. Bartels moved to Citicorp to become Head of Global Real Estate Equities, where he was responsible for more than $2billion of real estate equity transactions both in the United States and Europe. Beginning in 1990, as property market conditions in the United States began to worsen, Mr. Bartels assisted in the sale of several of Citicorp's foreclosed assets. Mr. Bartels reigned from Citicorp in July, 1993, to establish Paxton.

Mr. Bartels has an A.B. magna cum laude from Harvard College and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.



Leonard J. Baldyga

Senior Consultant
International Research & Exchanges Board

Leonard J. Baldyga is Senior Consultant for Central and East European Programs at the International Research & Exchanges Board, a consortium of nearly 150 American universities and colleges that provides field research opportunities for American specialists and analysts; develops and supports collaborative international conferences and workshops; and designs and implements multistage training opportunities for foreign leaders and professionals.

Mr. Baldyga is a former Director of the Office of European Affairs at the U.S. Information Agency. He retired from the foreign service in 1994 with the rank of Career Minister after more than three decades of service in Washington and overseas. As a senior officer he served as Public Affairs officer in Warsaw (1972-1975) and Mexico City (1976-1978) and Minister-Counselor for Public Affairs in Rome (1983-1988) and New Delhi (1988-1991). In Washington, he served as Deputy Director of European Affairs (Soviet Union and Eastern Europe 1979-1981) and as Director of European Affairs (1981-1983), a position he returned to again in 1992. He was USIA's principal negotiator of bilateral cultural and scientific agreements with the Soviet Bloc in the 1979-1983 period.

Before entering the foreign service in 1982, Mr. Baldyga worked in journalism and publishing as a financial writer, city editor and assistant to the publisher. His early career assignments overseas were in Dakar, Senegal, Poznan, Poland, and Vienna, Austria, and as country affairs officer for Romania and Czechoslovakia in Washington.

He has a B.S. degree in communications from Southern Illinois University and a Master's degree in International Affairs from Columbia University. He also attended the Sate Department's Executive Seminar in National and International Affairs (Senior Seminar) in 1978-1979. In 1991-1992, he was recipient of the Edward R. Murrow Fellowship at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, where he also served as Acting Director of the Murrow Center and taught seminars in international political communication and in public diplomacy.

Mr. Baldyga was the recipient of the Presidential Distinguished Service Award in 1984, the Presidential Merit Service Award in 1988; the USIA Distinguished Service Award twice; and the Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Public Diplomacy from the Fletcher School in 1988. He was decorated with the Republic of Poland's Order of Merit in 1994.

In addition to his consultancy work, Mr. Baldyga currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Sabre Foundation; the Public Diplomacy Foundation; Partners for Democratic Change (San Francisco); the Council for International Programs (Cleveland); the American Center for Polish Culture (Washington) and the USIA Alumni Association. He is also a member of the Advisory Council of the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences (New York); the Executive Committee of the National Polish-American Jewish- American Council; the President's Advisory Council on Polish Studies, Indiana University; and the Alumni Advisory Council of the School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University.



Charles Getchell

Charles Getchell has been associated with Sabre as a consultant since 1990. He now acts as Secretary of Sabre Foundation, Inc., and Chairman of Sabre Europe, Association Internationale, based in Brussels, Belgium. He received his undergraduate and law degrees from Stanford University, and, after service in the US Naval Reserve, studied international law and economics at the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva, Switzerland. He was subsequently an officer of Citibank and of Wood, Struthers & Winthrop, a New York investment banking firm. He is now a practicing lawyer and the publisher of The Ipswich Press in Ipswich, Massachusetts. He is a Senior Fellow and former director of the Salzburg Seminar.



John R. Price

Managing Director The Chase Manhattan Corporation

John R. Price is managing director and heads The Chase Manhattan Corporation's Government Affairs Group which handles government relations on a worldwide basis, and assists line units with transactions involving the public sector, the international financial institutions and export credit agencies. Mr. Price also held this position at Chemical Banking Corporation prior to the merger on March 31, 1996.

Prior to Chemical Bank's merger with Manufacturers Hanover Trust ("MHT") on December 31, 1991, Mr. Price was a managing director for Manufacturers Hanover Securities Corporation's Federal Finance Department in the Investment Banking Group doing financial advisory and underwriting. He was also officer in charge of MHT's government relations activities at the federal, state and municipal levels.

Mr. Price joined MHT in 1972 as vice president in charge of a newly-formed Department of Public Responsibility. In 1975, he moved to Manufacturers Hanover Corporation ("MHC") and supervised the corporation's mortgage banking and consumer finance subsidiaries, overseeing their national expansion. In this role, he was elected a senior vice president in 1980. He was appointed senior vice president and secretary of MHC and MHT in 1982 and in 1987 he moved to the Investment Banking Group.

Before joining the bank, Mr. Price was with the firm of Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette in their corporate finance group.

From 1969 through 1971, Mr. Price was named special assistant to the President of the United States and executive secretary of the Council for Urban Affairs, where he administered the machinery of the Cabinet-level council, which was chaired by President Nixon.

From 1967-1968 Mr. Price was vice president of the Bedford-Stuyvesant D&S; Corporation, a development entity working on residential and commercial redevelopment in Brooklyn, New York. Prior to that he was an associate in the law firm of Casey Lane & Mittendorf, New York, specializing in corporate and tax law.

Mr. Price did his undergraduate work at Grinnell College, Iowa. As a Rhodes scholar, he received his A.B. and A.M. from Queen's College, Oxford, in Economics and Political Science in 1962. He received his LL.B. and J.D. from Harvard Law School in 1965.

Mr. Price was the 1994-1995 president of the Bankers' Association for Foreign Trade, the oldest banking trade association in the United States, consisting of the 200 American and foreign banks most active in international finance.

Mr. Price is a member of the board of directors of:
The Principal Financial Group (formerly the Bankers Life Insurance Company) in Des Moines, Iowa, and is chairman of Audit Committee of the Board, Transcell Technologies, Inc., Princeton, New Jersey.

Mr. Price is also active in the following:
Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa (Life Trustee),
President of Americans for Oxford, Inc.,
Member of the Council on Foreign Relations,
Director of the National Foreign Trade Council.

Mr. Price was a member of the Chief of Naval Operations' Executive Panel for seven years and was also a member of the Task Force on Land Use and Urban Growth. He is an instrument-rated pilot.



Franz Colloredo-Mansfeld

Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Cabot Industrial Trust

Franz Colloredo-Mansfeld is Chief Financial Officer of Cabot Industrial Trust and has been a Senior Vice President of Cabot Partners since 1996. He was a Senior Engagement Manager of McKinsey & Company, Inc. from 1992 through 1996. He previously worked for the Deutsche Bank real estate investment group in 1992 and was a Robert Bosch Fellow at the German Central Bank (Bundesbank) in Frankfurt, Germany in 1991.

Mr. Colloredo-Mansfeld was also an investment banker with Merrill Lynch & Co. from 1986 through 1989 where he specialized in mergers and acquisitions. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Business School. He is on the Board of Advisors of Gilbane Inc. and a director or trustee of numerous charitable organizations.

Cabot Industrial Trust is a fully integrated real estate company, with offices in Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cincinatti, Dallas, Los Angeles, Orlando and Phoenix, which specializes in the ownership, acquisition, and development of industrial properties with 268 properties containing 32 million square feet in 22 states. The Company also manages 10 million square feet of property for investment advisory accounts. Cabot Industrial Trust focuses on a broad spectrum of industrial property types nationwide including large bulk distribution facilities, multi-tenant distribution facilities and workspace properties.



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