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Tom Lynch
Chief Executive Officer

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Tom Lynch is the Chief Executive Officer and member of the Board of Directors of TE Connectivity, one of the world’s largest providers of products and solutions that connect and protect the flow of power and data in virtually every industry. With fiscal 2011 sales of $14 billion, TE Connectivity has approximately 100,000 employees in 50 countries.

Mr. Lynch joined Tyco International in September 2004 as President of Tyco Engineered Products & Services (TEPS), a global manufacturer of industrial valves and controls. He was promoted to Chief Executive Officer of Tyco Electronics, now TE Connectivity, in January 2006.

Mr. Lynch joined Tyco International from Motorola, where he served as Executive Vice President of Motorola, and President and Chief Executive Officer of Motorola’s Personal Communications sector, a leading supplier of cellular handsets. Prior to this role, he served as President of the Integrated Electronics Systems sector, of which automotive was the largest market segment.

Prior to Motorola, Mr. Lynch was Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Satellite and Broadcast Network Systems segment for General Instrument Corporation.

Mr. Lynch serves as a Director of the U.S.-China Business Council, the leading organization of U.S. companies engaged in business with the People’s Republic of China; Vice Chairman of Rider University's Board of Trustees; a member of the President's National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee; and a member of the Board of Directors for Thermo Fisher Scientific.

Mr. Lynch has a Bachelor of Science in Commerce from Rider University, New Jersey, U.S.

About TE Connectivity
TE Connectivity is a global, $14 billion company that designs and manufactures approximately 500,000 products that connect and protect the flow of power and data inside the products that touch every aspect of our lives. Our nearly 100,000 employees partner with customers in virtually every industry—from consumer electronics, energy and healthcare, to automotive, aerospace and communication networks—enabling smarter, faster, better technologies to connect products to possibilities.