Neustar wraps up realignment of its management team

Neustar, a provider of policy management and addressing solutions, has completed its management team transition with the election of James Cullen as Chairman of the board and naming current CEO Lisa Hook to the seat left by Neustar founder Jeff Ganek.

Since 2005, Cullen has served as a Neustar company director and has been lead director since 2006. Prior to Neustar, Cullen served as the President and CEO of Bell Atlantic Corp. (now Verizon) from 1993 until he retired in 2000. In addition his role on Neustar's board, Cullen is a director, audit committee member and chairman of the compensation committee of Prudential Financial, Inc., non-executive Chairman of the Board of Agilent Technologies, Inc. and a director and chairman of the audit committee of Johnson & Johnson.

Lisa Hook became CEO of Neustar last month where Ganek kept his position as Chairman of the Board. Now, with Ganek leaving the board and Cullen becoming Chairman and Hook becoming a member of the Neustar board, the company's management transition is complete. Ganek will continue to serve as an advisor to the board.

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