Gloria C. Duffy

President & Chief Executive Officer at The Commonwealth Club of California

Gloria C. Duffy

Gloria C. Duffy

President & Chief Executive Officer at The Commonwealth Club of California

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The Commonwealth Club of California

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514

Number of Boards

7

Birthday

09/04/1953

Age

64

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Director of Marin Conversations & Entrepreneur in Residence at The Commonwealth Club of California

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Co-Founder at Diamond Bear Partners LLC

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Strategic Advisor at Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC

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President at Dominican University of California

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Co-Founder at American India Foundation

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Senior Director at The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.

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Founder at Casto Travel, Inc.

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Member of Tempur Pedic Internationals at Tempur-Pedic North America LLC

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Visiting Professor at The Fromm Institute For Lifelong Learning

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Partner at Deloitte LLP

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In The News
The San Francisco Chronicle
April 10, 2018
Defense secretary cancels 2 talks here
The San Francisco Chronicle
September 13, 2017
Commonwealth Club moves into new home
San Jose Mercury News (California)
February 9, 2015
Pizarro: Gala night for Opera San Jose premiere
San Francisco Business Times
January 7, 2015
Commonwealth Club delays new HQ amid dispute with neighbors
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President & Chief Executive Officer at The Commonwealth Club of California
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San José State University Research Foundation is a non-profit organization that is focused on the provision of services for the welfare of the university through assistance in research, education, and community service. The foundation was founded in 1932 and is headquartered in San Jose, CA.

Career History
President & Chief Executive Officer
1996 - Current

The Commonwealth Club of California operates as public affairs forum. The company was founded in 1924 and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

Senior Advisor
Prior

Security Technology Ventures works with major US corporations and government agencies that focus on Homeland Security. The firm invests in companies involved in surveillance, secure communications, bomb and bio-agent detection, biometrics and security infrastructure. Security Technology Ventures seeks to accelerate innovation and customer procurement of promising security solutions and to provide venture capital for companies seeking rapid implementation of dual use security technologies

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Member, Board of Trustees
Current

In 1887, the year a group of knowledge-thirsty Presbyterians founded "The Occidental University of Los Angeles, California," a Kansas prohibitionist named Harvey Wilcox purchased a ranch just west of the city, naming it Hollywood. Tuition in 1888, the year Oxy opened its doors, was $50. The new college wasn't exactly swamped with applicants: 40 students enrolled that fall. Southern California's oldest football rivalry? Not UCLA-USC. Oxy and Pomona first squared off in 1895 -- preceding those other guys by more than 30 years. Student body president Clarence Spaulding became Oxy's first Rhodes Scholar in 1908. Today, Oxy still has more Rhodes Scholars (10) than USC (9). Big changes came to campus in 1926: freshmen were required to live on campus for the first time, and the Oxy basketball team had to adjust to playing indoors after Alumni Gymnasium was built. Sammy Lee '43's first gold medal in diving at the 1948 London Games wasn't Oxy's first Olympic hardware: Tigers have won a total of seven medals. If Oxy were a country, we'd be tied with Israel and Tunisia. In 1992, with the nation's eyes on Los Angeles during the largest riots the country had seen since the '60s, Occidental was recognized on the front page of The Wall Street Journal for its forward-thinking stance on diversity. A knight who hits people with a chicken? A commanding officer of a naval base and the Girl Scouts? The James Dean of disability studies? There are some brilliant characters among our notable alumni.

Member, Board of Governors
Current

The Commonwealth Club of California operates as public affairs forum. The company was founded in 1924 and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

Member, Board of Directors
Current

Ploughshares Fund is a public grantmaking foundation dedicated to building a nuclear weapon-free world by supporting the smartest people with the best ideas for preventing the spread and use of nuclear weapons, and preventing conflicts that could lead to their use. Ploughshares Fund is designed to act quickly with a minimum of red tape, to fund anywhere in the world, and to provide seed funding to new, innovative initiatives. Founded in 1981 and supported by individuals, families and foundations, Ploughshares Fund was one of the original funders of the international landmine ban movement, successful efforts to shut down production of nuclear weapons and materials in the U.S., and other landmark initiatives. Ploughshares Fund is now one of the largest grantmaking foundations in the U.S. devoted exclusively to peace and security funding, having invested over $80 million in thousands of projects worldwide.

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2015

Ploughshares Fund is a public grantmaking foundation dedicated to building a nuclear weapon-free world by supporting the smartest people with the best ideas for preventing the spread and use of nuclear weapons, and preventing conflicts that could lead to their use. Ploughshares Fund is designed to act quickly with a minimum of red tape, to fund anywhere in the world, and to provide seed funding to new, innovative initiatives. Founded in 1981 and supported by individuals, families and foundations, Ploughshares Fund was one of the original funders of the international landmine ban movement, successful efforts to shut down production of nuclear weapons and materials in the U.S., and other landmark initiatives. Ploughshares Fund is now one of the largest grantmaking foundations in the U.S. devoted exclusively to peace and security funding, having invested over $80 million in thousands of projects worldwide.

$1,000 - $4,999
2014

The Tower Foundation was established to encourage connections between alumni, donors and the community. The increasingly challenging funding environment requires San Jose State to augment public funding with private donations. Tower is dedicated to growing the university's endowment through donations, bequests and prudent investment management.

$1,000 - $4,999
2013

San José State University Research Foundation is a non-profit organization that is focused on the provision of services for the welfare of the university through assistance in research, education, and community service. The foundation was founded in 1932 and is headquartered in San Jose, CA.