Ms. Dougall is AIG’s Associate General Counsel for Compensation and Benefits. She has over twenty years of broad-based experience in the employee benefits and executive compensation field, and has held a wide range of positions: in-house counsel, consultant, legal advisor, policymaker and lobbyist. At AIG, she provides counsel to the Company’s HR infrastructure on ERISA plan design, executive compensation plans, divestitures and acquisitions, ERISA litigation and plan operational questions; advises various ERISA fiduciary committees; addresses pension investment matters; participates in the preparation of annual proxy disclosure materials and leads AIG’s 409A compliance effort. Prior to joining AIG, as a Director at PricewaterhouseCoopers, she advised both private and public clients (with an emphasis on emerging companies) on executive compensation and qualified plan matters from a tax, accounting, securities and regulatory perspective. She designed PwC’s prototype manual for auditors conducting Sarbanes Oxley controls and process reviews of the executive compensation sections of clients’ proxy statements. As an associate at Shearman and Sterling, she assisted clients in navigating the myriad of legal issues relating to compensation and benefit programs in the context of corporate transactions such as mergers, acquisitions, and IPOs. Prior to law school, Ms. Dougall held various positions on Capitol Hill. She was a junior staff member of Senator Baucus’s office, a Research Analyst for the Employee Benefits Research Institute, and a Legislative Analyst for the American Benefits Council. She is regular speaker at various ERISA conferences, a Moderator for the In-House Benefits Counsel Network, and in 2013 was named as a leading ERISA attorney in the Legal 500, Corporate Counsel 100 list. She holds a BS from the University of Pennsylvania, the Wharton School, a BA from its College of Arts and Sciences, and a JD from the University of Virginia.