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Microsoft’s Craig Mundie Joins ISB Board

ISB announced three new board of directors members this morning. The full press release is here.

  • Douglas Howe: Howe is the president and founder of Touchstone Corporation, a Seattle-based commercial real estate company that focuses on the development of urban infill projects and leads the industry in designing and constructing high-performance, sustainable green buildings. More info
  • Craig Mundie: Mundie is the senior advisor to Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft Corp. He works on key strategic projects within the company, as well as with government and business leaders around the world on technology policy, regulation and standards. More info
  • Dr. Drew Senyei: Senyei is the managing director of Enterprise Partners Venture Capital, the largest venture firm in Southern California. He specializes in building emerging life sciences and healthcare companies. More info

In the News: Geekwire.com posted about the news.

“We’re getting a better idea of how longtime Microsoft executive Craig Mundie is going to spend some of his time after he retires from the software giant next year. Mundie, the former chief research and strategy officer at Microsoft who now serves as an advisor to Steve Ballmer, was just named to the board of the Institute for Systems Biology.”

 

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