WTC welcomes new board members

Governor Gary Locke recently appointed four new members to WTC’s Board of Directors.

Warren W. Buck is Chancellor and Dean of the University of Washington – Bothell. Renowned for his work in physics and physics education, Buck created and directed the Nuclear / High Energy Physics Center of Excellence at Hampton University. In addition to a distinguished career in higher education, he also is an accomplished watercolor artist and yachtsman.

J. Paul Goll is General Manager of the Boston Scientific Corporation Northwest Technology Center in Redmond. He has directed the manufacturing operations at several companies including CIRCON, Inc., BIOJECT, Inc., Alhtin Medical, Inc. and CD Medical, Inc. He serves on the boards of the American Electronics Association and the Washington Biotechnical and Biomedical Association.

Jeremy A. Jaech is Vice President of Microsoft’s Business Tools Division. He joined Microsoft as part of the company’s acquisition of Visio Corporation, which he co-founded. Jaech also co-founded Aldus Corporation, where he helped pioneer the desktop publishing industry by leading the development of the PageMaker software program. He is a board member of the Pacific Northwest Ballet, the Technology Alliance and Pivotal Corporation.

Stephen M. Jordan is President of Eastern Washington University, a position he has held since 1998. His broad experience in higher education has included positions with the boards of regents for universities in Kansas, Arizona, and Colorado. Jordan is an active board member of the Spokane Chamber of Commerce, Spokane Symphony and Providence Services Eastern Washington.

Related WTC links:

  • WTC’s current board of directors

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