Management Directors Governance Documentation Committees Section 16 filings
John S. Marr Jr.
Inside Director

Executive Chairman of the Board
Director Since: 2002
Tyler Technologies, Inc. Committee Membership(s):
Executive Committee

Mr. Marr has served as executive chairman of the board since May 2018. Prior to that he served as chairman of the board along with chief executive officer duties beginning in January 2017. Mr. Marr also serves as chair of the Executive Committee, and has been a member of the board of the directors since May 2002. From July 2004 through December 2016, Mr. Marr served as president and chief executive officer. From July 2003 until July 2004, Mr. Marr served as chief operating officer. Mr. Marr also served as president of MUNIS, Inc. ("MUNIS") from 1994 until July 2004. Mr. Marr began his career in 1983 with MUNIS, a provider of a wide range of software products and related services for county and city governments, schools, and not-for-profit organizations, with a focus on integrated financial systems. Tyler acquired MUNIS in 1999.

H. Lynn Moore Jr.
Inside Director

President & CEO
Director Since: 2017
Tyler Technologies, Inc. Committee Membership(s):
Executive Committee
In January 2017, Lynn Moore was named president of Tyler, and CEO responsibilities were added in May 2018. Lynn joined Tyler as general counsel in September of 1998, and was named secretary in October 2000. He served as executive vice president from February 2008 until 2017, after serving as vice president from October 2000 until February 2008. Before joining Tyler, Lynn was associated with the law firm of Hughes & Luce, L.L.P. in Dallas, Texas, where he gained experience with corporate securities, finance, litigation, and other legal matters related to publicly held and privately owned entities. Lynn holds an undergraduate degree from Georgetown University and a law degree from the University of Texas.He is also a member of the State Bar of Texas

Donald R. Brattain
Independent Director

Director Since: 2004
Tyler Technologies, Inc. Committee Membership(s):
Audit Committee

Mr. Brattain has served as a director since 2004. Mr. Brattain is also a member of the Audit Committee. Since 1985, Mr. Brattain has served as President of Brattain & Associates, LLC, a private investment company founded by Mr. Brattain and located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. From 1981 until 1988, Mr. Brattain owned and operated Barefoot Grass Lawn Service Company, a company that grew from $3.2 million in sales to over $100 million in sales and was sold to ServiceMaster, Ltd. in 1998.

Glenn A. Carter
Independent Director

Director Since: 2014
Tyler Technologies, Inc. Committee Membership(s):
Compensation Committee, Nominating and Governance Committee

Mr. Carter has served as a director since 2014. Mr. Carter also serves as Chair of the Nominating and Governance Committee and is a member of the Compensation Committee. In 1999, Mr. Carter founded DataProse, Inc., a provider of billing services to the public sector, primarily cities, counties, local government, utilities, and water-related entities. Mr. Carter served as chief executive officer of DataProse until April 2008, when he sold it to CSG Systems International, Inc. ("CSG"). From April 2008 through March 2010, Mr. Carter served as vice president, Market and Business Development for CSG. Mr. Carter is currently retired.

Brenda A. Cline
Independent Director

Director Since: 2014
Tyler Technologies, Inc. Committee Membership(s):
Audit Committee, Nominating and Governance Committee
Other Directorships: Range Resources Corporation; The Cushing Asset Management Closed-End Funds; American Beacon Funds

Ms. Cline has served as a director since 2014. Ms. Cline also serves as Chair of the Audit Committee and is a member of the Nominating and Governance Committee. Since 1993, Ms. Cline has served as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, and Secretary of the Kimbell Art Foundation, a private foundation that owns and operates the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. In such capacities, Ms. Cline oversees the foundation's investment portfolio, including asset allocation, risk management, and investment performance; manages all treasury functions; and supervises all foundation and museum business operations, including budgeting, cash management, employee benefit plans, insurance, debt issuance and compliance, financial reporting, and contractual and legal matters. From 1993 until 2013, Ms. Cline served as a contract author for Thomson Reuters (formerly "Practitioners Publishing Company"), Fort Worth, Texas, writing and editing published financial accounting and reporting books. Since 1998, Ms. Cline has also served as a Trustee of Texas Christian University ("TCU"), Fort Worth, Texas. Ms. Cline services for TCU includes serving as the current Chair of the Investment Committee, member of the Audit Committee and Executive Committee, and former member of the Student Relations Committee. Ms. Cline also serves as a director of Range Resources Corporation (NYSE: RRC) and board trustee of The Cushing Asset Management Closed-End Funds, which oversees various investment funds including The Cushing MLP Total Return Fund (NYSE:SRV), The Cushing Energy Income Fund (NYSE:SRF) and The Cushing Renaissance Fund (NYSE: SZC). Ms. Cline has also served as an Independent Trustee of American Beacon Funds since 2004 and currently serves as Chair of the Audit and Compliance Committee and formerly served as the Vice Chair of the Investment Committee. Ms. Cline is the Chair of the audit committees of Range Resources Corporation and Cushing Asset Management Closed-End Funds. Ms. Cline is a certified public accountant.

J. Luther King Jr.
Independent Director

Director Since: 2004
Tyler Technologies, Inc. Committee Membership(s):
Compensation Committee
Other Directorships: Hunt Forest Products, Inc., King Range, Inc.


Mr. King has served as a director since 2004. Mr. King also serves as a member of the Compensation Committee. Mr. King is the Chief Executive Officer and President of Luther King Capital Management, a registered investment advisory firm that he founded in 1979. Mr. King also serves in leadership positions with various private and non-profit entities and foundations, including Texas Christian University (member of Board of Trustees), LKCM Funds (trustee), Hunt Forest Products, Inc., and King Ranch, Inc. Mr. King is a CFA charterholder and a Chartered Investment Counselor.

Daniel M. Pope
Independent Director

Director Since: 2016
Tyler Technologies, Inc. Committee Membership(s):
Audit Committee, Compensation Committee

Mr. Pope has served as a director since May 2016. Mr Pope also serves as the Chair of the Compensation Committee and as a member of the Audit Committee. Mr. Pope is the Mayor of the City of Lubbock, Texas. Mr. Pope has served as Chief Development Officer of Covenant Health System in Lubbock, Texas since October 2014. From 1994 through 2014, Mr. Pope served as the Chief Executive Officer of Benchmark Business Solutions, an office technology business he founded in 1994. Prior to founding Benchmark, Mr. Pope served in various sales and leadership roles for Xerox Corporation. Mr. Pope also served on the Covenant Health System Board of Trustees from 2007 through 2011, including Chairman of the Board from 2010 through 2011, and as a member of the Finance and Conflicts Committee and the Compensation Committee. Mr. Pope has served on the Lubbock Independent School District Board of Directors from 2007 through 2016. Mr. Pope also serves on the Rawls College of Business Advisory Council at Texas Tech University.

Dustin R. Womble
Independent Director

Director Since: 2005

Mr. Womble has served as a director since 2005. Mr. Womble retired from Tyler in April 2016. From July 2006 through April 2016, Mr. Womble served as Executive Vice President in charge of corporate-wide product strategy. From July 2003 to June 2006, Mr. Womble was Executive Vice President in charge of corporate-wide product strategy and President of our Local Government Division. In 1982, Mr. Womble founded INCODE, Inc. ("INCODE"), a provider of a wide range of software products and related services principally for county and city governments. We acquired INCODE (now a part of our Local Government Division) in 1998, and Mr. Womble served as President of INCODE from 1998 to July 2003.

Mary Landrieu
Independent Director

Director Since: 2020
Tyler Technologies, Inc. Committee Membership(s):
Nominating and Governance Committee
Senator Landrieu was elected to the Board of Directors in 2020. She also serves as a member of the Nominating and Governance Committee. Senator Landrieu served in the United States Senate for three terms, first elected in 1996. During her tenure, she was a member (and then Chair) of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, as well as a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, the Appropriations Committee, and Chair of the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee. In her role as Chair of the Small Business Committee, she was the lead sponsor of the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010, which helped to create and retain over 650,000 American jobs. Prior to serving in the U.S. Senate, she served in the Louisiana State Legislature from 1979 - 1987. In 1987, she was elected State Treasurer and served with distinction for two terms. Strong fiscal management, pension fund diversification, debt limitation, and the creation of the first-ever municipal investment fund (now valued at over $2 billion) are some of her noteworthy accomplishments. Senator Landrieu currently serves on the Board of Directors of CenturyLink, Inc., as well as on the boards of the following non-profits: the National Alliance for Pubic Charter Schools; Resources for the Future; and Board of the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute, for which she serves as Chair.

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