Dine Brands Global, Inc., the parent company of Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar, IHOP and Fuzzy’s Taco Shop restaurants, announced that Michael C. Hyter has been named one of the most influential leaders in corporate governance by the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) as part of their 2023 NACD Directorship 100, an annual list of leading corporate directors and governance advocates.
Honorees will be recognized at the upcoming 2023 Directorship 100 Awards Gala in New York City on December 13, in addition to being featured in NACD Directorship magazine’s annual list of The Most Influential People in Boardrooms and Corporate Governance. NACD will share honoree profiles with all 23,000 NACD members as well as with partner organizations and other key governance stakeholders.
“Exceptional leadership and a visionary commitment to our company’s mission—Michael C. Hyter embodies these qualities, and it is with great pride that we announce his well-deserved recognition as one of the most influential leaders in corporate governance,” says Richard Dahl, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Dine Brands Global, Inc. “This accolade is a testament to his remarkable contributions and the bright future he continues to help shape for our company.”
The complete list of the 2023 NACD Directorship 100 is available at https://directorship100.nacdonline.org/honorees/2023.
The 2023 NACD Directorship 100 recognizes leading corporate directors and governance advocates in several categories, including attorneys, audit and risk professionals, board advisors, compensation experts, governance advisors, investors, media, policy advisors, recruiters, and regulators and rule makers.
“Exemplifying board leadership is a top priority for our organization, and this year’s peer-nominated Directorship 100 honorees demonstrate their excellence in governance,” says NACD president and CEO Peter Gleason. “The accomplishments and integrity of this year’s director honorees are inspiring, and we look forward to celebrating these individuals at our annual gala in New York.”
An independent selection committee reviews the nominees’ history of advancing board performance and leading corporate governance practices in accordance with established NACD principles. The principles form a framework that encourages corporate governance excellence in areas that include risk oversight, corporate strategy, compensation, and transparency.