Ms. Bowles held various positions at First National Bank of Chicago, including vice president of trust investments. From 1981 to 1984, Ms. Bowles was assistant vice president and director of investor relations for Beatrice Companies, Inc. In 1984, she joined Kraft, Inc., where she served as corporate vice president until 1989. Ms. Bowles was chairman of the board and chief executive officer of The Kenwood Group, Inc., an investment advisory firm that she founded in 1989, until December 2005, when the firm was acquired by Profit Investment Management. She was the vice chair of Profit Investment Management through 2007. Ms. Bowles, who is 60, was first elected a director of Black & Decker in 1993. She also serves as a director of Wisconsin Energy Corporation, The Museum of Science and Industry Chicago, the Chicago Urban League, and the Children's Memorial Hospital of Chicago.more » « less
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