Douglas Love, ’95, President and CEO of Annexon Biosciences

Douglas Love, ‘95, joined Annexon Biosciences as President and Chief Executive Officer in December 2014 with extensive business and legal leadership experience in biotech. He previously served as Head of Operations for Elan Pharmaceuticals. There, Love led the Tysabri® multiple sclerosis

Brian Tippens
Brian Tippens, ’00, Senior VP and Chief Social Impact Officer at Cisco.

Brian Tippens, ‘00, is the Senior Vice President and Chief Social Impact Officer at Cisco. In this role, Tippens oversees the leadership of Cisco’s inclusive work such as social justice, advocacy, accessibility, and community impact, to advance

Margaret Vick
Margaret Vick, ’83, ’09

Margaret J. Vick, ‘83, ‘09 has recently retired after more than 30 years of experience working with and advising Native American Tribes and tribal organizations in the Western United States. She advised governments on complex cross-jurisdictional legal issues including transboundary water, resources and environmental issues, tribal-state-federal

Judge Morrison C. England, Jr., '83
Judge Morrison C. England, Jr., ’83, serves as Senior United States District Judge of the Eastern District of California.

The Hon. Morrison C. England, Jr., ’83, was nominated by President George W. Bush to the position of United States District Court Judge, for the Eastern District of California, on March

Kim Wilford, ‘94, serves as Chief Legal Counsel for the popular social fundraising platform GoFundMe, Inc. She is responsible for contracts, data security and privacy matters, our IP portfolio, litigation process, payments, and other risk management issues in this role. The platform, GoFundMe, has seen exponential growth in the last 11 years recording more than

Tia Boatman Patterson, ‘94
Tia Boatman Patterson, ‘94, President and CEO of the California Community Reinvestment Corporation.

Tia Boatman Patterson, ‘94, is the President and CEO of the California Community Reinvestment Corporation. With years of executive leadership experience in both the public and private sectors, she previously served as the Associate Director of Housing,

Arthur G. Scotland, ‘74
Justice Arthur G. Scotland, ‘74

After graduating with honors in 1974 from McGeorge School of Law, Arthur G. Scotland was a Sacramento County Deputy District Attorney prosecuting defendants in over 30 jury trials, then a California Deputy Attorney General representing the state in appeals and writs in California’s Supreme