External ABT Board Members
Anthony C. Dann
Before entering the California wine industry in 1984, Tony Dann held a series of senior marketing and CEO positions with the international divisions of several major multinationals (including British-American Tobacco and Chesebrough Ponds, Inc) in the consumer packaged goods field, with particular emphasis on Latin America.
Debbie gained over 20 years marketing and business development experience in the retail food and beverage industry, with two major corporations. With Starbucks Coffee Company she rose through several positions including Regional Food & Beverage Manager and National Category Manager to become Category Director / International Marketing. With ARAMARK she had a similar progression through several marketing roles to become Vice President of National Business Development. Debbie joined ConeTech in 2015.
Jerome is a graduate of the University of Paris II, School of Law and brings more than 30 years of finance experience to ConeTech. His career includes executive positions at successful high growth companies such as Tekelec and Centellax. He also worked in various capacities for international companies such as Tekelec-Airtronic (France), Sinar Mas Group (Indonesia), Dusit Thani (Thailand) and Kempinski (Germany). Jerome joined the company in 2015.
Steven Siglin, also a founding shareholder, is a graduate of Georgetown Law School and has divided his 40-year career between 20 years of private practice and in-house legal counsel to several major corporations, including Century 21 and Pridemark Corp. He was ConeTech’s legal counsel from 1991 to 2006, when he became Executive VP and General Counsel of Cotti Foods Corp., one of the country’s largest franchise operators.
William M. Noonan
William M. Noonan, spent his entire career as a business consultant for Fortune 500 companies. He has considerable international experience in information systems planning, design, and implementation, consumer products industry profitability improvement, and change management. Before his retirement he was a partner in the consulting practices of Pricewater houseCoopers LLP in San Francisco and Rio de Janeiro. He received his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.