New Board of Trustees
New Board of Trustees
Three new members and three returning members are added to the 35-member group
REDLANDS, Sept. 25, 2012 – Three alumni of the University of Redlands have been named to new terms as members of the Board of Trustees and three former trustees have returned to the board. Their three-year terms began July 1.
Joseph D’Anna CU ’91 majored in math and physics at Redlands and earned a Ph.D. in theoretical physics from UC Santa Barbara. He leads the Corporate Fixed Income Derivatives Strategies team in the Investment Banking Division of Goldman Sachs. He currently resides in Westport, CT.
David Danielson JU ’75 is dean of math, science, and distance learning at Butte Community College. He lives in Chico, CA and previously served on the Alumni Board of Directors and the Board of Trustees and was 2010 president of the Alumni Association.
Greg Horter CU ’89, an active Chi Sigma Chi and Salzburg participant at Redlands, has served on the Alumni Association Board of Directors since 2009. He manages customer service and implementation for InfoQuest Systems. He resides in Costa Mesa, CA.
Sherri Larson Medina ’82, ’84, from Laguna Hills, CA served on the Board of Trustees from 1997 to 2000 and again in 2002. She is past president of the Alumni Association. Former CEO of Meridian Neuro Care, she was named Inc. Magazine’s “Health Care Entrepreneur of the Year.”
James Ramos MBA ’09 (Highland, CA) served twice as chairman of the San Manuel Indian Nation. A member of the San Bernardino Community College District Board of Trustees and state Board of Education, he chairs the California Native American Heritage Commission.
Tony Taylor CU ’63, a former IBM executive, is a past member of the Board of Trustees and past president of the Alumni Association’s Board of Directors. He holds the Alumni Association’s Distinguished Service Award and the “R” Award for Presidential Service. He lives Mammoth Lakes, CA.
The 35-member Board of Trustees has a fiduciary responsibility to the University as a whole. The trustees are responsible for electing the University president and approving an annual plan of financial operation. Through the University bylaws, the day-to-day responsibility for administration of the University is delegated by the trustees to the president.