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This excerpt taken from the HRBN DEF 14A filed Jul 9, 2009.
David Gatton, Board Member, Chairman of Compensation Committee - Since 1985 Mr. Gatton has served as the Chairman and President of Development Initiatives, Inc, a Washington, D.C.-based government relations firm specializing in urban affairs, business development and marketing, serving a variety of public and private clients. Mr. Gatton advises cities, organizations, and companies on business development strategies, public/private partnerships and marketing initiatives. He has advised various organizations on tax reform, economic development initiatives and a variety of environmental laws, including the reauthorization of the Clean Water Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Superfund and the Clean Air Act. Some of Mr. Gatton’s major accomplishments include: development of U.S.-Sino Memorandum of Cooperation between U.S. and China Association of Mayors, development of a national brownfield redevelopment initiative, development of several multifamily low- and moderate-income housing developments, business development strategies for various private firms, and assistance in development of economic development projects for numerous cities. Mr. Gatton holds a B.A. from Cornell College, and a Master’s degree from Harvard University.

These excerpts taken from the HRBN 10-K filed Mar 13, 2009.
David Gatton, Board Member, Chairman of Compensation Committee - Since 1985 Mr. Gatton has served as the Chairman and President of Development Initiatives, Inc, a Washington, D.C.-based government relations firm specializing in urban affairs, business development and marketing, serving a variety of public and private clients. Mr. Gatton advises cities, organizations, and companies on business development strategies, public/private partnerships and marketing initiatives. He has advised various organizations on tax reform, economic development initiatives and a variety of environmental laws, including the reauthorization of the Clean Water Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Superfund and the Clean Air Act. Some of Mr. Gatton’s major accomplishments include: development of U.S.-Sino Memorandum of Cooperation between U.S. and China Association of Mayors, development of a national brownfield redevelopment initiative, development of several multifamily low- and moderate-income housing developments, business development strategies 13 for various private firms, and assistance in development of economic development projects for numerous cities. Mr. Gatton holds a B.A. from Cornell College, and a Master’s degree from Harvard University.

David Gatton,
Board Member, Chairman of Compensation Committee
- Since 1985 Mr. Gatton
has served as the Chairman and President of Development Initiatives, Inc, a
Washington, D.C.-based government relations firm specializing in urban affairs,
business development and marketing, serving a variety of public and private
clients. Mr. Gatton advises cities, organizations, and companies on business
development strategies, public/private partnerships and marketing initiatives.
He has advised various organizations on tax reform, economic development
initiatives and a variety of environmental laws, including the reauthorization
of the Clean Water Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, the Resource Conservation
and Recovery Act, Superfund and the Clean Air Act. Some of Mr. Gatton’s major
accomplishments include: development of U.S.-Sino Memorandum of Cooperation
between U.S. and China Association of Mayors, development of a national
brownfield redevelopment initiative, development of several multifamily low- and
moderate-income housing developments, business development strategies 13 for
various private firms, and assistance in development of economic development
projects for numerous cities. Mr. Gatton holds a B.A. from Cornell College, and
a Master’s degree from Harvard University.



David Gatton,
Board Member, Chairman of Compensation Committee
- Since 1985 Mr. Gatton
has served as the Chairman and President of Development Initiatives, Inc, a
Washington, D.C.-based government relations firm specializing in urban affairs,
business development and marketing, serving a variety of public and private
clients. Mr. Gatton advises cities, organizations, and companies on business
development strategies, public/private partnerships and marketing initiatives.
He has advised various organizations on tax reform, economic development
initiatives and a variety of environmental laws, including the reauthorization
of the Clean Water Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, the Resource Conservation
and Recovery Act, Superfund and the Clean Air Act. Some of Mr. Gatton’s major
accomplishments include: development of U.S.-Sino Memorandum of Cooperation
between U.S. and China Association of Mayors, development of a national
brownfield redevelopment initiative, development of several multifamily low- and
moderate-income housing developments, business development strategies 13 for
various private firms, and assistance in development of economic development
projects for numerous cities. Mr. Gatton holds a B.A. from Cornell College, and
a Master’s degree from Harvard University.



David Gatton,
Board Member, Chairman of Compensation Committee
- Since 1985 Mr. Gatton
has served as the Chairman and President of Development Initiatives, Inc, a
Washington, D.C.-based government relations firm specializing in urban affairs,
business development and marketing, serving a variety of public and private
clients. Mr. Gatton advises cities, organizations, and companies on business
development strategies, public/private partnerships and marketing initiatives.
He has advised various organizations on tax reform, economic development
initiatives and a variety of environmental laws, including the reauthorization
of the Clean Water Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, the Resource Conservation
and Recovery Act, Superfund and the Clean Air Act. Some of Mr. Gatton’s major
accomplishments include: development of U.S.-Sino Memorandum of Cooperation
between U.S. and China Association of Mayors, development of a national
brownfield redevelopment initiative, development of several multifamily low- and
moderate-income housing developments, business development strategies 13 for
various private firms, and assistance in development of economic development
projects for numerous cities. Mr. Gatton holds a B.A. from Cornell College, and
a Master’s degree from Harvard University.



This excerpt taken from the HRBN DEF 14A filed Oct 25, 2006.

David Gatton, Board Member, Chairman of Compensation Committee

David Gatton, age 53, joined Harbin Electric’s Board of Directors in 2005 as an independent board member. Since 1985, Mr. Gatton has served as the Chairman and President of Development Initiatives, Inc., a Washington, D.C.-based government relations firm specializing in urban affairs, business development and marketing, serving a variety of public and private clients. Mr. Gatton advises cities, organizations, and companies on business development strategies, public/private partnerships and marketing initiatives. He has advised various organizations on tax reform, economic development initiatives and a variety of environmental laws, including the reauthorization of the Clean Water Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Superfund and the Clean Air Act. Some of Mr. Gatton’s major accomplishments include: development of U.S.-Sino Memorandum of Cooperation between U.S. and China Association of Mayors, development of a national brownfield redevelopment initiative, development of several multifamily low- and moderate-income housing developments, business development strategies for various private firms, and assistance in development of economic development projects for numerous cities. Mr. Gatton holds a B.A. from Cornell College and a Master’s degree from Harvard University.

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