Alice J. Mozley ’70 earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in speech and audiology from the University of Redlands. While a student, she participated in Alpha Theta Phi, University Choir, and Chapel Singers. Alice credits her U of R years, including her Salzburg semester, with empowering her to seek new opportunities and become a lifelong learner.
Following graduation, Alice worked in several fields. She was among the only women at Magnavox Research Laboratories and considered her experience working on the design and development of GPS the most rewarding in her professional career. Alice also worked for Lockheed Missiles and Space, where her projects included contract negotiations for the Hubble Space Telescope’s sunshield. After earning her MBA from Harvard Business School, she worked for McKinsey & Company as a consultant for aerospace, oil field equipment services, and high technology.
In 1989, Alice began as vice president for planning and development at the Times Mirror Company. As the organization’s highest-ranking woman and one of the few female senior executives at a Fortune 100 company, her responsibilities for Times Mirror and its 25 operating companies included strategic and long-range planning, restructuring, investment, and financial analysis. She retired in 1993.
Alice has consistently served communities where she has lived and worked. Her service to the University began in 1992 when she was elected to the Board of Trustees. Alice chaired two Board committees (governance and advancement) and served on many others during her tenure. She also sat on search committees for two presidents and a dean. Alice chaired the Salzburg Endowment Campaign and the recently completed Forever Yours campaign. In 2019 the Board of Trustees awarded her the Life Trustee distinction, and the University previously recognized her with the Distinguished Service Award and the Centennial Award.
Having received scholarships as a Redlands student, Alice established two endowed scholarships at her alma mater. She also endowed the director’s chair for the Salzburg program. Her service on numerous other boards includes Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles and Big Sisters of Los Angeles. She also was a former trustee for the Future Without Limits Foundation, which supported inner-city youth.