Dean's Advisory Council: Clayton C. Daley, Jr.

Clayton C. Daley, Jr. was previously Vice Chairman of the Procter & Gamble Company. In January 2009, he stepped down from his position as Chief Financial Officer of the company, a position he held since October 1998, in anticipation of his retirement from P&G in September 2009. Mr. Daley joined P&G in 1974, and progressed through a variety of Finance and Accounting assignments in various operating units. In 1986, he was promoted to Director, Corporate Planning. In 1988, Mr. Daley was named Division Comptroller for Packaged Soaps & Detergents, and in 1989, the Bar Soaps and Household Cleaning Products were added to his responsibilities. In 1990, he appointed Comptroller, U.S. Operations, Procter & Gamble USA. In 1992, he appointed Comptroller, P&G International. And in 1994, he was named Vice President & Treasurer of the P&G Company.

Since his retirement from Procter & Gamble, Mr. Daley served as a Senior Advisor to TPG Capital.He is currently Chairman of Winner’s Circle Vineyards, a vineyard development project in Sonoma County, CA, as well as Chairman of Winner’s Circle Winery, a Sonoma County winery start-up.

Mr. Daley serves on the Boards of Directors for Starwood Hotels and Resorts and SunEdison. Formerly, he served on Boards with Tatweer (Dubai), Nucor Corporation and Foster-Wheeler AG.

Mr. Daley's involvement in professional organizations and charities include the Financial Executives Institute; the Rotary Club of Cincinnati; the Board of Directors for the Boy Scouts of America, Dan Beard Council; Board of Directors for Cancer Family Care; Institutional Investor Magazine, Top CFO, Consumer Products 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009; Member, Officers Conference Group; and Member, Council of Financial Executives.

A native of Canton, Ohio, Mr. Daley graduated from Davidson College in 1973 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics. He received his MBA from The Ohio State University in 1974.