Mark A. Angelson has been a director of Quad since March 2015 and previously served as a director from the July 2010 acquisition of World Color Press Inc. until April 2011. Before rejoining the board, he served as Chairman of NewPage Corporation, North America’s largest manufacturer of coated papers, in December 2012 and led its January 2015 merger with Verso Corporation. From February 2011 until September 2012, Mr. Angelson served sequentially as a member of Mayor-elect Rahm Emmanuel’s transition team and then as Deputy Mayor of the City of Chicago and Chairman of the Mayor’s Economic, Budgetary and Business Development Council. Mr. Angelson served as Chairman and/or CEO of a variety of public companies from 1996 to July 2010, including RR Donnelly & Sons Company (Chicago), Moore Corporation (Toronto), Moore Wallace Incorporated (New York) and World Color Press (Montreal). Mr. Angelson was one of the leaders of the transformation and consolidation of the printing industry. Mr. Angelson is Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Institute of International Education and Chair of the Board of Governors of Rutgers University. Mr. Angelson is a Life Trustee of Northwestern University and adjunct professor of mergers and acquisitions at Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management. He served as Vice Chair of the Biden Foundation from its inception in 2017 until its recent dissolution. Quad believes that Mr. Angelson’s career as an executive and board member of various providers of print and related services, and the role he has played in transactions in the printing industry, qualify him for service as a director of Quad.