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Audit Committee Position

David V. Smith, MBA

David V. Smith is the chief operating officer of IntegenX, a privately held company focused on rapid DNA identification technology. He was previously executive vice president and CFO of Thoratec Corporation and held various financial management positions with Chiron Corporation, including vice president and CFO. Prior to those positions, he was vice president of finance and CFO of Anergen, Inc., and held various financial management positions with Genentech in the U.S. and Europe. Smith is also a director and chair of the audit committee of OncoGenex Pharmaceuticals Inc. He earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and history at Willamette University and an MBA in finance from Golden Gate University.

Chair

Byron Dorgan, MBA

Byron Dorgan brings experience in policy making, government affairs and financial management having represented North Dakota in the U.S. Senate from 1992 to 2011 and in the House of Representatives from 1981 to 1992. He served as assistant Democratic floor leader, chairman of the Democratic Policy Committee and chairman of the Committee on Indian Affairs and also was the senior senator on the Appropriations, Energy and Commerce committees.

Prior to being elected to Congress, Dorgan served as North Dakota’s state tax commissioner from 1969 until 1980. The author of four books on governmental policy, Dorgan earned a bachelor’s from the University of North Dakota and an MBA from the University of Denver.

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Dennis Wolf, MBA

As a retired CFO of DataStax, Inc. and previously as executive vice president and CFO of Fusion-io Multisystems and MySQL AB, Dennis Wolf brings significant experience in financial management, corporate finance and public company corporate governance to Codexis. Wolf also held financial management positions for public high-technology companies including Apple Computer, Centigram Communications, Credence Systems Corporation, Omnicell, Redback Networks and Sun Microsystems. He has been a director and chair of the audit committee for other public companies including Quantum Corporation, Avanex Corporation, Bigband Networks, Komag, Inc., Registry Magic, Vitria Technology and Exponential Interactive. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado and an MBA from the University of Denver.

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Compensation Committee Position

Byron Dorgan, MBA

Byron Dorgan brings experience in policy making, government affairs and financial management having represented North Dakota in the U.S. Senate from 1992 to 2011 and in the House of Representatives from 1981 to 1992. He served as assistant Democratic floor leader, chairman of the Democratic Policy Committee and chairman of the Committee on Indian Affairs and also was the senior senator on the Appropriations, Energy and Commerce committees.

Prior to being elected to Congress, Dorgan served as North Dakota’s state tax commissioner from 1969 until 1980. The author of four books on governmental policy, Dorgan earned a bachelor’s from the University of North Dakota and an MBA from the University of Denver.

Chair

Alison Moore, PhD

Alison Moore brings to Codexis significant experience as a biotechnology and pharmaceutical executive, including an extensive background in biomanufacturing. She is Chief Technical Officer of Allogene Therapeutics, a pioneering clinical-stage company advancing CAR-T therapies. Prior to Allogene she spent a total of 20 years at Amgen, most recently as Senior Vice President, Process Development, and including roles in Supply Chain and Manufacturing. Dr. Moore also has experience at Genentech as a Director in Chemistry, Manufacturing and Controls, and Regulatory Affairs. Dr. Moore holds a bachelor’s degree in Pharmacology with Honors and a Ph.D. in Cell Biology from Manchester University, England.

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Dennis Wolf, MBA

As a retired CFO of DataStax, Inc. and previously as executive vice president and CFO of Fusion-io Multisystems and MySQL AB, Dennis Wolf brings significant experience in financial management, corporate finance and public company corporate governance to Codexis. Wolf also held financial management positions for public high-technology companies including Apple Computer, Centigram Communications, Credence Systems Corporation, Omnicell, Redback Networks and Sun Microsystems. He has been a director and chair of the audit committee for other public companies including Quantum Corporation, Avanex Corporation, Bigband Networks, Komag, Inc., Registry Magic, Vitria Technology and Exponential Interactive. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado and an MBA from the University of Denver.

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Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee Position

Patrick Yang, PhD

Before joining the Codexis board, Dr. Patrick Y. Yang served as executive vice president and global head of technical operations for Hoffmann-La Roche where he was responsible for Roche’s pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturing operations, process development, quality, regulatory and supply management functions. Before joining Roche upon its acquisition of Genentech, Yang worked as Genentech’s executive vice president of product operations and was a member of the company’s executive committee. He also held leadership roles at Merck, including vice president of Asia/Pacific manufacturing operations and vice president of supply chain management. Prior to Merck, Yang worked for General Electric in various leadership role in engineering, technology and manufacturing. Most recently, Yang worked as executive vice president of Juno Therapeutics in 2017-2019.

Yang currently serves on the board of directors of PharmaEssentia Corporation, Amyris, Inc., Acepodia, Inc., Taiwania Capital Management, and Sana Biotechnology. Yang earned his bachelor's in engineering from National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan, a master's degree in engineering from the University of Cincinnati, and a PhD in engineering from Ohio State University.

Chair

Stephen Dilly, PhD

Stephen Dilly brings to Codexis three decades of executive management experience overseeing the development and commercialization of a range of novel therapeutics addressing multiple human disease conditions within both smaller and larger biotechnology companies. In May 2020 he was appointed CEO and director of the drug development company Sierra Oncology, Inc. (Nasdaq: SRRA). He previously served as CEO and director of Aimmune Therapeutics from 2014 to 2018 where he led the company through its successful IPO in 2015, and its landmark Phase 3 study for its lead product, Palforzia™, in early 2018. Dr Dilly’s earlier experiences include several tenures as CEO and director of private companies, as well as executive roles at Chiron, Genentech, SmithKline Beecham, and Pfizer. Dr. Dilly received an MBBS and a Ph.D. in cardiac physiology from the University of London.

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Bernard Kelley, Chairman

Bernard J. Kelley’s experience in pharmaceutical manufacturing senior management and financial operations stems from his tenure as president of the Merck Manufacturing Division and membership on the Merck Management Committee from 1993 to 2003. Kelley previously served on the board of directors, compensation and audit committees of MAP Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a biotechnology company focused on inhalation-based therapies and on the board of directors of Aegis Analytical Corporation, an enterprise software company. He holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy.

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Jennifer Aaker, PhD

Jennifer Aaker brings to Codexis her unique expertise that helps companies and leaders build cultures that harness purpose, story and technologies, and facilitates improved implementation of novel strategies that enhance growth and societal impact. She is the General Atlantic Professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and a leading behavioral scientist, scholar, and best-selling author. Dr. Aaker joined the faculty of Stanford University in 2005, where she currently teaches classes. Dr. Aaker also serves as a director and advisor to a range of companies and foundations where she helps leadership teams on digital transformation, global brand building and embracing a new type of leadership for the innovation economy. Dr. Aaker previously was a professor at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, where she conducted research that resulted in her seminal paper, Dimensions of Brand Personality. She holds a Ph.D. in marketing from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a BA in psychology from the University of California, Berkeley.

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Science & Technology Committee Position

Stephen Dilly, PhD

Stephen Dilly brings to Codexis three decades of executive management experience overseeing the development and commercialization of a range of novel therapeutics addressing multiple human disease conditions within both smaller and larger biotechnology companies. In May 2020 he was appointed CEO and director of the drug development company Sierra Oncology, Inc. (Nasdaq: SRRA). He previously served as CEO and director of Aimmune Therapeutics from 2014 to 2018 where he led the company through its successful IPO in 2015, and its landmark Phase 3 study for its lead product, Palforzia™, in early 2018. Dr Dilly’s earlier experiences include several tenures as CEO and director of private companies, as well as executive roles at Chiron, Genentech, SmithKline Beecham, and Pfizer. Dr. Dilly received an MBBS and a Ph.D. in cardiac physiology from the University of London.

Chair

Alison Moore, PhD

Alison Moore brings to Codexis significant experience as a biotechnology and pharmaceutical executive, including an extensive background in biomanufacturing. She is Chief Technical Officer of Allogene Therapeutics, a pioneering clinical-stage company advancing CAR-T therapies. Prior to Allogene she spent a total of 20 years at Amgen, most recently as Senior Vice President, Process Development, and including roles in Supply Chain and Manufacturing. Dr. Moore also has experience at Genentech as a Director in Chemistry, Manufacturing and Controls, and Regulatory Affairs. Dr. Moore holds a bachelor’s degree in Pharmacology with Honors and a Ph.D. in Cell Biology from Manchester University, England.

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Patrick Yang, PhD

Before joining the Codexis board, Dr. Patrick Y. Yang served as executive vice president and global head of technical operations for Hoffmann-La Roche where he was responsible for Roche’s pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturing operations, process development, quality, regulatory and supply management functions. Before joining Roche upon its acquisition of Genentech, Yang worked as Genentech’s executive vice president of product operations and was a member of the company’s executive committee. He also held leadership roles at Merck, including vice president of Asia/Pacific manufacturing operations and vice president of supply chain management. Prior to Merck, Yang worked for General Electric in various leadership role in engineering, technology and manufacturing. Most recently, Yang worked as executive vice president of Juno Therapeutics in 2017-2019.

Yang currently serves on the board of directors of PharmaEssentia Corporation, Amyris, Inc., Acepodia, Inc., Taiwania Capital Management, and Sana Biotechnology. Yang earned his bachelor's in engineering from National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan, a master's degree in engineering from the University of Cincinnati, and a PhD in engineering from Ohio State University.

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David V. Smith, MBA

David V. Smith is the chief operating officer of IntegenX, a privately held company focused on rapid DNA identification technology. He was previously executive vice president and CFO of Thoratec Corporation and held various financial management positions with Chiron Corporation, including vice president and CFO. Prior to those positions, he was vice president of finance and CFO of Anergen, Inc., and held various financial management positions with Genentech in the U.S. and Europe. Smith is also a director and chair of the audit committee of OncoGenex Pharmaceuticals Inc. He earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and history at Willamette University and an MBA in finance from Golden Gate University.

Byron Dorgan, MBA

Byron Dorgan brings experience in policy making, government affairs and financial management having represented North Dakota in the U.S. Senate from 1992 to 2011 and in the House of Representatives from 1981 to 1992. He served as assistant Democratic floor leader, chairman of the Democratic Policy Committee and chairman of the Committee on Indian Affairs and also was the senior senator on the Appropriations, Energy and Commerce committees.

Prior to being elected to Congress, Dorgan served as North Dakota’s state tax commissioner from 1969 until 1980. The author of four books on governmental policy, Dorgan earned a bachelor’s from the University of North Dakota and an MBA from the University of Denver.

Dennis Wolf, MBA

As a retired CFO of DataStax, Inc. and previously as executive vice president and CFO of Fusion-io Multisystems and MySQL AB, Dennis Wolf brings significant experience in financial management, corporate finance and public company corporate governance to Codexis. Wolf also held financial management positions for public high-technology companies including Apple Computer, Centigram Communications, Credence Systems Corporation, Omnicell, Redback Networks and Sun Microsystems. He has been a director and chair of the audit committee for other public companies including Quantum Corporation, Avanex Corporation, Bigband Networks, Komag, Inc., Registry Magic, Vitria Technology and Exponential Interactive. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado and an MBA from the University of Denver.

Byron Dorgan, MBA

Byron Dorgan brings experience in policy making, government affairs and financial management having represented North Dakota in the U.S. Senate from 1992 to 2011 and in the House of Representatives from 1981 to 1992. He served as assistant Democratic floor leader, chairman of the Democratic Policy Committee and chairman of the Committee on Indian Affairs and also was the senior senator on the Appropriations, Energy and Commerce committees.

Prior to being elected to Congress, Dorgan served as North Dakota’s state tax commissioner from 1969 until 1980. The author of four books on governmental policy, Dorgan earned a bachelor’s from the University of North Dakota and an MBA from the University of Denver.

Alison Moore, PhD

Alison Moore brings to Codexis significant experience as a biotechnology and pharmaceutical executive, including an extensive background in biomanufacturing. She is Chief Technical Officer of Allogene Therapeutics, a pioneering clinical-stage company advancing CAR-T therapies. Prior to Allogene she spent a total of 20 years at Amgen, most recently as Senior Vice President, Process Development, and including roles in Supply Chain and Manufacturing. Dr. Moore also has experience at Genentech as a Director in Chemistry, Manufacturing and Controls, and Regulatory Affairs. Dr. Moore holds a bachelor’s degree in Pharmacology with Honors and a Ph.D. in Cell Biology from Manchester University, England.

Dennis Wolf, MBA

As a retired CFO of DataStax, Inc. and previously as executive vice president and CFO of Fusion-io Multisystems and MySQL AB, Dennis Wolf brings significant experience in financial management, corporate finance and public company corporate governance to Codexis. Wolf also held financial management positions for public high-technology companies including Apple Computer, Centigram Communications, Credence Systems Corporation, Omnicell, Redback Networks and Sun Microsystems. He has been a director and chair of the audit committee for other public companies including Quantum Corporation, Avanex Corporation, Bigband Networks, Komag, Inc., Registry Magic, Vitria Technology and Exponential Interactive. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado and an MBA from the University of Denver.

Patrick Yang, PhD

Before joining the Codexis board, Dr. Patrick Y. Yang served as executive vice president and global head of technical operations for Hoffmann-La Roche where he was responsible for Roche’s pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturing operations, process development, quality, regulatory and supply management functions. Before joining Roche upon its acquisition of Genentech, Yang worked as Genentech’s executive vice president of product operations and was a member of the company’s executive committee. He also held leadership roles at Merck, including vice president of Asia/Pacific manufacturing operations and vice president of supply chain management. Prior to Merck, Yang worked for General Electric in various leadership role in engineering, technology and manufacturing. Most recently, Yang worked as executive vice president of Juno Therapeutics in 2017-2019.

Yang currently serves on the board of directors of PharmaEssentia Corporation, Amyris, Inc., Acepodia, Inc., Taiwania Capital Management, and Sana Biotechnology. Yang earned his bachelor's in engineering from National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan, a master's degree in engineering from the University of Cincinnati, and a PhD in engineering from Ohio State University.

Stephen Dilly, PhD

Stephen Dilly brings to Codexis three decades of executive management experience overseeing the development and commercialization of a range of novel therapeutics addressing multiple human disease conditions within both smaller and larger biotechnology companies. In May 2020 he was appointed CEO and director of the drug development company Sierra Oncology, Inc. (Nasdaq: SRRA). He previously served as CEO and director of Aimmune Therapeutics from 2014 to 2018 where he led the company through its successful IPO in 2015, and its landmark Phase 3 study for its lead product, Palforzia™, in early 2018. Dr Dilly’s earlier experiences include several tenures as CEO and director of private companies, as well as executive roles at Chiron, Genentech, SmithKline Beecham, and Pfizer. Dr. Dilly received an MBBS and a Ph.D. in cardiac physiology from the University of London.

Bernard Kelley, Chairman

Bernard J. Kelley’s experience in pharmaceutical manufacturing senior management and financial operations stems from his tenure as president of the Merck Manufacturing Division and membership on the Merck Management Committee from 1993 to 2003. Kelley previously served on the board of directors, compensation and audit committees of MAP Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a biotechnology company focused on inhalation-based therapies and on the board of directors of Aegis Analytical Corporation, an enterprise software company. He holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy.

Jennifer Aaker, PhD

Jennifer Aaker brings to Codexis her unique expertise that helps companies and leaders build cultures that harness purpose, story and technologies, and facilitates improved implementation of novel strategies that enhance growth and societal impact. She is the General Atlantic Professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and a leading behavioral scientist, scholar, and best-selling author. Dr. Aaker joined the faculty of Stanford University in 2005, where she currently teaches classes. Dr. Aaker also serves as a director and advisor to a range of companies and foundations where she helps leadership teams on digital transformation, global brand building and embracing a new type of leadership for the innovation economy. Dr. Aaker previously was a professor at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, where she conducted research that resulted in her seminal paper, Dimensions of Brand Personality. She holds a Ph.D. in marketing from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a BA in psychology from the University of California, Berkeley.

Stephen Dilly, PhD

Stephen Dilly brings to Codexis three decades of executive management experience overseeing the development and commercialization of a range of novel therapeutics addressing multiple human disease conditions within both smaller and larger biotechnology companies. In May 2020 he was appointed CEO and director of the drug development company Sierra Oncology, Inc. (Nasdaq: SRRA). He previously served as CEO and director of Aimmune Therapeutics from 2014 to 2018 where he led the company through its successful IPO in 2015, and its landmark Phase 3 study for its lead product, Palforzia™, in early 2018. Dr Dilly’s earlier experiences include several tenures as CEO and director of private companies, as well as executive roles at Chiron, Genentech, SmithKline Beecham, and Pfizer. Dr. Dilly received an MBBS and a Ph.D. in cardiac physiology from the University of London.

Alison Moore, PhD

Alison Moore brings to Codexis significant experience as a biotechnology and pharmaceutical executive, including an extensive background in biomanufacturing. She is Chief Technical Officer of Allogene Therapeutics, a pioneering clinical-stage company advancing CAR-T therapies. Prior to Allogene she spent a total of 20 years at Amgen, most recently as Senior Vice President, Process Development, and including roles in Supply Chain and Manufacturing. Dr. Moore also has experience at Genentech as a Director in Chemistry, Manufacturing and Controls, and Regulatory Affairs. Dr. Moore holds a bachelor’s degree in Pharmacology with Honors and a Ph.D. in Cell Biology from Manchester University, England.

Patrick Yang, PhD

Before joining the Codexis board, Dr. Patrick Y. Yang served as executive vice president and global head of technical operations for Hoffmann-La Roche where he was responsible for Roche’s pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturing operations, process development, quality, regulatory and supply management functions. Before joining Roche upon its acquisition of Genentech, Yang worked as Genentech’s executive vice president of product operations and was a member of the company’s executive committee. He also held leadership roles at Merck, including vice president of Asia/Pacific manufacturing operations and vice president of supply chain management. Prior to Merck, Yang worked for General Electric in various leadership role in engineering, technology and manufacturing. Most recently, Yang worked as executive vice president of Juno Therapeutics in 2017-2019.

Yang currently serves on the board of directors of PharmaEssentia Corporation, Amyris, Inc., Acepodia, Inc., Taiwania Capital Management, and Sana Biotechnology. Yang earned his bachelor's in engineering from National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan, a master's degree in engineering from the University of Cincinnati, and a PhD in engineering from Ohio State University.