Anthony J. Guzzi | Chairman, President and CEO, EMCOR Group, Inc.

Anthony (Tony) J. Guzzi is Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of EMCOR Group, Inc., (NYSE: EME), a Fortune 500® leader in mechanical and electrical construction, industrial and energy infrastructure, and building services for a diverse range of businesses and government with estimated 2017 revenues of ~$7.6 B and ~33,000 employees. For nine consecutive years, EMCOR has been named by Fortune® as one of the top five World’s Most Admired Companies in the Engineering and Construction Industry—EMCOR is ranked #2 for 2017.

Prior to joining EMCOR, Tony was President of United Technologies Corporation’s multi-billion dollar Carrier North American Parts, Distribution and Services Division.

Previously, Tony had served as an engagement manager with McKinsey & Company.

Tony is Ranger qualified and served in the U.S. Army as a Light Infantry Captain from 1986 to 1991.  He graduated with a Bachelor of Science with highest distinction from The United States Military Academy at West Point in 1986.  Tony earned his MBA from Harvard Business School with distinction in 1993. 

Tony is a member of EMCOR’s (NYSE: EME) Board of Directors.  He also serves on the Hubbell (NYSE: HUBB) Board of Directors and is the Lead Independent Director. 

Passionate about giving back to veterans and their families, Tony helped found the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund. Johnny Mac’s mission is to provide educational opportunities to the children and spouses of those soldiers who either perished in combat or training defending our country.   

Tony enjoys spending time with his family, including two sons and a daughter. He coaches youth sports, and also enjoys playing golf, and attending sporting events.

Doug Black | CEO, SiteOne Landscape Supply

Doug Black was appointed CEO of SiteOne Landscape Supply (formerly John Deere Landscapes) in April of 2014.  SiteOne Landscape Supply is the largest wholesale distributor of landscaping products in North America with more than $2.4 billion in sales and over 550 locations throughout the United States and Canada. 

Doug was previously President and Chief Operating Officer of Oldcastle Inc., the largest integrated building materials manufacturer and distributor in North America and a wholly owned subsidiary of Irish-based CRH plc.  During his 18-year career with Oldcastle, Doug helped achieve industry-leading performance and growth; and he played a major role in transforming Oldcastle from a $900 million in sales company into a $12.6 billion market leader.

Doug’s business career began at McKinsey & Company in 1992, leading strategy, sales force effectiveness and plant improvement projects in the telecommunications, airline, lumber, paper and packaging industries. While serving as a U.S. Army Engineer Officer from 1986 to 1990, he completed construction projects in the Southeastern U.S., Central America and South America.

Doug earned an MBA from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business as a Fuqua Scholar and a BS in Mathematical Science/Civil Engineering from the U.S. Military Academy, West Point. While at West Point, he was a Division I-A AP All-American running back, set Army's single-season rushing record, and was the recipient of the NCAA and National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete awards.

Doug is Past Chairman of the American Road and Transportation Builders Association Board of Directors and previously served on the Board of Directors for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.   He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund.

Doug and his wife, Joanne, and sons, J.D. and Luke, reside in Atlanta, GA. 

James "Ted" Hoyt | Treasurer and Clerk, Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund

Ted serves as the Fund's legal counsel with help from pro bono volunteer lawyers from the preeminent Boston law firm of Ropes & Gray, as well as in-house attorneys at EMCOR Group, Inc.

Ted is the manager of Hoyt Legal LLC, a five-lawyer litigation firm located outside Boston. Hoyt Legal specializes in representing commercial landlords across the country. Prior to forming Hoyt Legal, Ted was the managing attorney at Mickelson Barnet, P.C. in New Bedford, MA, and for four years prior to that, he was a real estate and land use attorney at Prince Lobel Tye in downtown Boston. Ted earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point, and graduated cum laude from Stetson University College of Law with his Juris Doctor degree.

Before becoming an attorney, Ted was an officer in the Army Special Forces (Green Berets), where he served in a number of locations and assignments. Ted's extended family has strong military roots. His younger brother served for 23 years as a Navy SEAL, and his two brothers-in-law are Air Force officers - one an F-22 instructor pilot and the other, a top infectious disease doctor. Ted's grandfather-in-law was a distinguished graduate and fifth-generation West Pointer. Ted enjoys spending time with his wife and three young children in Hopkinton, MA. He looks forward to doing great things through the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund for years to come in honor of our friend and brother.

James McHugh | Senior Managing Director, Business Development, Intech

James McHugh is responsible for providing investment solutions to current and prospective Intech clients and consultants.

Prior to joining Intech, Mr. McHugh spent the majority of his career with The Prudential Insurance Company. From 1982 to 1994 he served as director of portfolio management for PDI Strategies where he was responsible for asset allocation and balanced investment management for multi-employer pension funds.

In 1994, Mr. McHugh joined HSBC Asset Management Americas Inc. as director of client investment services where he was responsible for asset allocation strategies for U.S. balanced portfolios in addition to servicing U.S.-based investment relationships. He returned to Prudential Investment Management in 1998 as vice president of institutional sales and marketing responsible for Taft-Hartley Benefit Funds. Mr. McHugh holds FINRA Series 7, 24 and 63 licenses.

Joseph M. DePinto | President and Chief Executive Officer

Joe DePinto is the President and CEO of 7-Eleven, Inc. and leads the premier company in convenience retailing.  Globally, there are more than 78,413 7-Eleven stores of which some 15,375 stores are in North America.

Before being appointed Chief Executive of 7-Eleven, Inc. in 2005, Joe was President of GameStop Corporation.  He has also held executive positions at PepsiCo, Inc. and Thornton Oil Corporation.

Currently, Joe is a Board Director of 7-Eleven, Inc., Seven & i Holdings Co., Ltd. (TYO: 3382), and is the Chairman of the Board of Brinker International (NYSE: EAT).  

In December 2017, Joe was appointed a Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army.  He also serves on the Board of the Business Executives for National Security, the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund, and the UT Southwestern Medical Foundation.  Additionally, Joe is a member of the Board of Advisors for the Global War on Terrorism Memorial Foundation, the Kellogg School of Management Global Advisory Board, and the Dallas Stars Ownership Advisory Group.  

A native of Chicago, Illinois, Joe earned a bachelor’s degree in Engineering Management from the United States Military Academy at West Point and a Master of Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. 

MaryEllen Picciuto | President, Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund

MaryEllen Picciuto was named President of Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund at its inception in 2014.  She leads all day-to-day operations, fundraising efforts, and grant programs for the organization, a nonprofit and public charity with the mission of providing veterans and military family members with scholarships and educational opportunities.  The start-up CEO of Johnny Mac, MaryEllen chairs the board of directors and has led the board to award $25 million in scholarship funding in less than 8 years.

Before joining Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund, she was Senior Director of Alumni Support and Business Operations at the West Point Association of Graduates, the nonprofit alumni and fundraising association for the United States Military Academy.  MaryEllen also held the historic and unique "Cadet Hostess" position at West Point, providing etiquette and military protocol instruction to the U.S. Corps of Cadets.

Prior to her career in nonprofit management and leadership, MaryEllen served for five years as a logistics officer in the United States Army with duty both stateside and overseas.  She is a combat veteran of the Persian Gulf War (1990-1991).  MaryEllen graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1986.

MaryEllen and her husband have raised a daughter and son, both serving as military officers in the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army, respectively.  Residing in Northern Virginia, MaryEllen enjoys being outdoors, traveling, cooking, and reading.  She tries to take at least 10,000 steps per day.

Steve Cannon | CEO, AMB Group, LLC

Steve Cannon was named CEO of AMB Group, LLC effective February 1, 2016, assuming the day-to-day leadership of the company’s for-profit businesses. Cannon leads all business operations for the National Football League’s Atlanta Falcons; Atlanta United FC of Major League Soccer; Atlanta Falcons Stadium Company, the developer of Mercedes-Benz Stadium scheduled to open in 2017, PGA TOUR Superstore; and Mountain Sky Guest Ranch.


Prior to joining AMB Group, Cannon served as President and CEO of Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA) and was responsible for leading operations that generated record sales, with annual revenues exceeding $20 billion. During his tenure, MBUSA achieved a first-ever No. 1 ranking on the American Customer Satisfaction Index and was also lauded as one of the best places to work by Fortune magazine for five consecutive years. Cannon oversaw MBUSA’s successful headquarters relocation from New Jersey to the Atlanta metro area, in addition to crafting a sports sponsorship strategy that closely aligned the premium brand with properties that were reflective of its category leadership and brand positioning.


Cannon began his automotive career in 1991 as an Executive Assistant to the President and CEO of Mercedes-Benz of North America (predecessor to MBUSA). From there, he moved to Stuttgart, Germany and joined a small team tasked with the development, manufacturing, and launch of the M-Class, the first Mercedes-Benz SUV ever made in and for this market. Following his time in Germany, Cannon served as Director of Marketing for Debis Financial Services (later Daimler Financial Services). He also served as a principal for The Richards Group, one of the largest independent full-service advertising agencies in the U.S., before rejoining MBUSA in 2007 where he served as the Vice President of Marketing MBUSA from June 2007 until he was promoted to president and CEO in 2012.


Cannon graduated with honors from the United States Military Academy at West Point (B.S., Economics). He is Airborne Ranger-qualified and served as a 1st Lieutenant in West Germany during the fall of the Iron Curtain. During his time in the Army, he also served for five years as an artillery officer. 


Cannon and his wife, Ann, reside in Atlanta and are the parents of nine children.