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CSF Philanthropic Foundation Board of Governors Welcomes New Members

June 19, 2014

Seven business and community leaders are joining the Cal State Fullerton Philanthropic Foundation Board of Governors for three-year terms, beginning July 1.

The nonprofit auxiliary organization is responsible for the investment and management of philanthropic gifts designated for the University.

The new members, including four alumni, are:

Regino Diaz '00, '03 (B.A. business administration-finance, MBA) of Yorba Linda, consumer market executive and senior vice president of Bank of America;

Joseph Hensley of Laguna Niguel, market president-Orange County, U.S. Bank; • Hector J. Infante of Yorba Linda, policy, government and public affairs manager for Chevron;

Henry Martinez '75 (B.S. engineering-electrical) of Brea, vice president, power production for Southern California Edison;

Tam Nguyen '05 (MBA) of Fountain Valley, president and owner of Advance Beauty College and immediate past president of the CSUF Alumni Association;

Maya Patel, board member and director of the Tarsadia Family Foundation of Newport Beach; and

Mike Weisman '76 (B.A. communications) of Santa Ana, partner and president of DGWB.

Leading the board are: Julie K. Miller-Phipps '83 (B.A. sociology), senior vice president and executive director of Kaiser Permanente Orange County, serving as chair; Jeffrey S. Van Harte '80 (B.A. business administration-finance), chief investment officer for Delaware Investments, serving as chair-elect; Douglas H. Simao , CEO of Narratus and immediate past president; David Doran '75 (B.A. business administration-accounting), managing partner, White, Nelson & Co. LLP, serving as vice chair, finance and investment; and Marilyn C. Brewer , retired member of the state Assembly and member at large.

Also serving on the board are: Richard Ackerman , Irvine-based attorney and retired member of the state Senate; Wylie A. Aitken , Santa Ana-based attorney; Robert M. Alvarado '87 (B.A. communications), vice president of marketing and ticket sales for Angels Baseball; Jo E. Bandy '94 (B.A. communications), senior director, corporate communications for Ingram Micro Inc.; Dan Black '67 (B.A. physics), retired chairman of ProThera Inc.; Greg D. Bunch '79 (B.A. criminal justice); Paul J. Carter '92 (B.A. political science), partner, Bergkvist, Bergkvist & Carter LLP; Paul F. Folino , chairman emeritus, Emulex Corp.; Theresa Harvey '81 (B.A communications and music-music education); CEO of the Fullerton Chamber of Commerce; Roger Kotch '81 (B.A. business administration-accounting), chief financial officer for In-N-Out Burger; Jose Lara '02 (B.A. business administration-management), senior vice president, automation & business services for SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union; Steven G. Mihaylo (B.A. business administration '69), CEO, Crexendo Inc.; Geoffrey S. Payne '80 (B.A. business administration-finance), president of Tahiti Partners Real Estate Development Corp.; Kerri Ruppert Schiller '82 (B.A. business administration-accounting), senior vice president and CFO of CHOC Children's; Ernie Schroeder '67 (B.A. business administration), president and CEO of Schroeder Management Co. Inc.; and Victoria L. Vasques 76 (B.S. human services), president of Tribal Tech LLC.

Members of the campus community serving on the board are: Mildred García , president; Erica Ball , associate professor of American studies, serving as faculty representative; Harpreet Bath , president of Associated Students Inc., serving as student representative; Greg J. Saks, vice president for university advancement, serving as executive director; Tara Garcia '96 (B.A. criminal justice), executive director of advancement operations, serving as chief financial officer; and Frances Teves '99 (B.A. psychology), senior director of university advancement, serving as secretary.

The CSF Philanthropic Foundation Board of Governors meets quarterly. Appointments of the incoming members were made at the board's June 5 meeting.

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