Board of Trustees Welcomes New Members

Menlo College welcomed seven new members to their Board of Trustees this academic year. “We are pleased to add such dynamic leadership to our board,” said President Richard A. Moran. “Their outstanding experience in business will make an important and positive impact on our College.”

Lee McEnany Caraher is the founder and CEO of Double Forte, a public relations and digital marketing firm. Prior to starting Double Forte, she served as President and Founder of Red Whistle Communications and EVP at Weber Shandwick. She is the author of “Millennials & Management: The Essential Guide to Making it Work at Work.” She earned her BA from Carleton College.

Andrea (Andy) Cunningham, President and Co-Founder, SeriesC, a brand strategy firm. Cunningham contributed to the launch of video games; personal computers; desktop publishing; digital imaging; RISC microprocessors; very light jets, and clean tech investing. She graduated from Northwestern University.

James (Jim) A. Davlin, Vice President Finance and Treasurer, General Motors (Retired) led General Motor’s treasury operations, including capital planning, market activities, worldwide banking, and pension funding. He joined GM from Deere & Company, where he was Vice President and Treasurer. After graduating from Wabash College, Davlin earned a JD from Duke University School of Law and an MBA from the University of Chicago.

Michael (Mike) Gullard is the founder and General Partner of Cornerstone Management, a consulting and investment firm specializing in telecommunications and software. He is the Chairman of Planar Systems, Inc. and Dyntek Inc. He has an A.B. degree from Stanford University and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Richard (Rick) L. Humphreys Sr. is President and CEO of Hawaii Receivables Management LLC. Humphreys began his career with Union Bank in California, and held executive level positions at AMFAC Financial, First Federal S&L, Bank of Hawaii/Hawaiian Trust, culminating as the CEO/Chairman of Bank of America/Hawaii. Humphreys is an alumnus of the 1967 class of Menlo College.

Jordan Long is an Architectural and Design Representative with Bedrosians Tile and Stone, where he works on large-scale commercial projects. While attending Menlo College, Jordan was named the Collis Steere Award winner as well as the ’09 class valedictorian. With his positive experience at Menlo College, Jordan believes it is of the utmost importance to give back to his alma mater.

Thomas (Tom) Morehouse is a Director of California Bank of Commerce, and serves as the Chairman of the bank’s Compensation Committee. Morehouse assists start-up ventures, leveraging his experience as founder and president of several businesses, including SourceFile, LLC and FileSafe Inc. Morehouse is an alumnus of the 1962 class of Menlo College. He also earned an MBA from San Jose State University.