Mar 08, 2011 - Claremont, Calif. -
The HMC Board of Trustees recently approved the appointment of two new members, James Bean ’77 and Tayloe Stansbury. Bean and Stansbury will join 35 other board members who direct the policies and funds of the College.
James Bean ’77 is the senior vice president and provost at the University of Oregon. He was formerly the Harry B. Miller professor and dean of the Lundquist College of Business at Oregon. He spent 24 years at the University of Michigan, including appointments as the Ford Motor Company co-director of the Tauber Manufacturing Institute, associate dean for graduate education and international programs in the college of engineering and associate dean for academic affairs. Bean was the president of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), a charter fellow of the institute and a recent winner of the George E. Kimball medal. Bean serves on the regional board for U.S. Bank and is chair-elect of the Arts and Business Alliance of Eugene. He previously served as a member of the Corporation Visiting Committee for Engineering Systems at MIT and the Oregon Innovation Council. Bean received a B.S. in mathematics from Harvey Mudd College and a master’s and Ph.D. from Stanford University in operations research.
Tayloe Stansbury is senior vice president and chief technology officer of Intuit, responsible for all product development. He has more than 27 years of experience in the software industry, most recently as chief information officer of VMware, with responsibility for information technology and research and development shared services. Previously, Stansbury was executive vice president of Ariba, where he led engineering, product management, hosting, IT and customer support. He has held executive engineering and general management roles at Calico Commerce and Xerox. Earlier, he worked on developer tools at Borland International and Sun Microsystems and did research in computational linguistics at Xerox PARC. Stansbury graduated with a bachelor of arts in math and computer science from Harvard University.
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