James W. Zeigon

Former President at Bankers Trust Co. NA

James W. Zeigon

James W. Zeigon

Former President at Bankers Trust Co. NA

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Bankers Trust Co. NA
Deutsche Bank Investment Management, Inc.

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1287

Number of Boards

2

Birthday

1948

Age

71

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Executive Chairman & Chief Strategy Officer at Plus Products, Inc. (Canada)

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Co-Founder at Avistar Communications Corp.

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President at New California Ventures LLC

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Founder at Avistar Communications Corp.

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General Partner at Polaris Ventures

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Chief Executive Officer at Avistar Communications Corp.

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Board Member at Avistar Communications Corp.

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Co-Founder at DCI LLC

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Partner at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati PC

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Former Chief Executive Officer of Global Institutional Services at Deutsche Bank AG

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Hofstra University is a private, nonsectarian institution of higher learning located in the Village of Hempstead, New York, United States, about 7 miles (11 km) east of New York City. It originated in 1935 as an extension of New York University (NYU) called "Nassau College – Hofstra Memorial of New York University at Hempstead, Long Island";[4] in 1937, the institution separated from NYU and gained independence as Hofstra College,[5] and in 1963, Hofstra College gained university status. Comprising ten schools, including a School of Medicine and a School of Law, Hofstra is noted for a series of prominent Presidential conferences, as well as being selected to host a United States Presidential Debate in 2008 and 2012. The university organizes a wide range of other international academic conferences (many under the aegis of the Hofstra Cultural Center), holds an annual Shakespeare festival in its own replica of the Globe Theatre, and has both an arboretum and bird sanctuary.

Adelphi University’s roots reach back to 1863 and the founding of the Adelphi Academy, a private preparatory school in Brooklyn, New York. The Academy was incorporated in 1869 and its Board of Trustees was charged with establishing a first class institution for the broadest and most thorough training, and to make its advantages as accessible as possible to the largest numbers of our population. The school quickly gained a reputation for its innovative curriculum, particularly in physical culture and early childhood education. Adelphi Academy, Brooklyn 1896 The appointment of Charles H. Levermore, Ph.D., as the head of the Academy in 1893 was an important moment in Adelphi’s history. Realizing the city of Brooklyn was without a liberal arts college, Levermore seized the opportunity to establish Adelphi College. Through the efforts of Timothy Woodruff, former lieutenant governor of New York State and future president of Adelphi’s Board of Trustees, Adelphi College, with 57 students and 16 instructors, was granted a charter—one of the earliest charters granted to a coeducational college by the Board of Regents of the State of New York—on June 24, 1896. Henceforth, degrees issued bore the seals of Adelphi College and of the University of the State of New York and were signed by the officers of the College and by the chancellor and the secretary of the University. For the next 25 years, the Academy remained intact yet separate from the College. Over the course of the next 100 years Adelphi grew and changed significantly. In 1929, Adelphi University became the first private, coeducational institution of higher education on Long Island. Since that time, more than 100,000 students have passed through our doors, leaving their mark on the University and the world beyond. Adelphi Cadet Nurse Corps, breaking ground in 1928 Today, Adelphi is thriving. Our colleges and schools include the College of Arts and Sciences; the Gordon F. Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies; the Honors College; the Robert B. Willumstad School of Business; the Ruth S. Ammon School of Education; the School of Nursing; the School of Social Work; and University College. Under the leadership of Robert A. Scott, Ph.D., president of Adelphi since 2000, we have reinvigorated our academic community and invested in our future. Our faculty is leading the way to ensure that our students receive the finest education in the region and that Adelphi continues to serve as a vital resource to our local communities. As we turn our strategic plan into a vision for our future, the campus community has come together to accomplish mutual goals centered on scholarship and student achievement. While universities around the country have been eliminating faculty, Adelphi has hired more than 280 new professors since 2001. Current full- and part-time faculty total 956, with a student/faculty ratio of 10:1. To ensure that our scholars have the resources needed to reach their goals, we have invested millions of dollars in infrastructure. We have renovated our facilities; upgraded our technology and created smart classrooms; dramatically improved our libraries—both facilities and collections; and invested in new equipment, including state-of-the-art lasers for two new physics laboratories, an atomic scanning microscope and a nuclear magnetic resonance machine for the chemistry program, new pianos from Steinway & Sons, and enhanced digital music facilities to support our music and performing arts programs. An ambitious campus expansion project has, over the last decade, resulted in the completion and opening of the Adele and Herbert J. Klapper Center for Fine Arts with space for painting, printmaking, sculpture and ceramics; the Center for Recreation and Sport, containing gyms and an indoor track; the Performing Arts Center (AUPAC) includes a 500-seat Concert Hall and additional performance, rehearsal and classroom space for music, theatre and dance; an outdoor sports complex; a complete renovation of Woodruff Hall with a modern exercise room, pool, teaching gym and classroom; the Alice Brown Early Learning Center; and additional parking. Adelphi today Scholars throughout the University are making significant contributions to their disciplines. In recent years, Adelphi faculty members have been recognized as Fulbright and Hartford Scholars, and have received funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation. The School of Social Work is accredited for the maximum time that the accrediting agency grants. In fact, our School of Social Work was reaccredited with no recommendations for improvement by the Council on Social Work Education’s site evaluation committee, and the School’s self-study document so impressed the council that it is now used as a model in reaccreditation training sessions for other programs. Currently, nearly 8,000 students are thriving in our classrooms, in our programs, on our sports fields at the main Garden City campus and at centers in Manhattan, Hauppauge, and Poughkeepsie. Our students have gone on to achieve awards and national recognition for their scholarship, service and leadership. Adelphi also seeks to serve its locality, state and nation through the research and practice of its faculty; the strengthening of ties between the professional schools and community; the staging of distinguished cultural events at its campuses; and most essentially, the education of a generation of future leaders and informed citizens, professionals, and community members.

Career History
Managing Director
2000 - 2002

Deutsche Bank AG engages in the provision of corporate banking and investment services. It operates through the following segments: Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB); Private & Commercial Bank (PCB); and Deutsche Asset Management (Deutsche AM). The CIB segment refers to the corporate finance and global transaction banking businesses. The PCB segment consists of the Postbank; Private & Commercial Clients Germany; Private & Commercial Clients International; and Wealth Management business units. The Deutsche AM offers investment management services. The company was founded by Adelbert Delbrueck on March 10, 1870 and is headquartered in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

Senior Managing Director-Global Services
1997 - 1999

Chase Manhattan Corporation is an American holding company that provides retail banking, investment banking, and financial services. Chase Manhattan offers more than 5,100 branches and 16,100 ATMs nationwide and has over 260,965 employees (as of 2012) and operates in more than 85 countries. Chase Manhattan was established in 1799 as The Bank of The Manhattan Compnay, after which it was renamed Chase National Bank and finally as The Chase Manhattan Bank in 1955. The company currently operates as JPMorgan Chase, after its merger with JP Morgan & Co.

President
Prior

Bankers Trust Corporation ("Bankers Trust") was a publicly traded New York corporation, and the parent company of a group of corporations engaged in the banking business.

Boards & Committees
Director
2004 - 2010

Avistar Communications Corp. designs, develops, manufactures and markets networking video communications products. The company provides various services for installation, design and adoption of its video communications products and offers software development, maintenance, support and training services. It two segments: Products and Intellectual Property division. The Products segment engages in the design, development, manufacture, sale and marketing of networked video communications products. The Intellectual Property segment engages in the development, prosecution, maintenance, support and generation of licensing revenue through license and sale of its Intellectual Property and technology. The company was founded by Gerald J. Burnett, William L. Campbell and R. Stephen Heinrichs in 1993 and is headquartered in San Mateo, CA.

Vice Chairman
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Political Donations
$500
2000

Former Senator from New York

$1,000
2000

Of Counsel at Jones Walker LLP

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Next Jump, Inc. provides ecommerce and advertising technology. It offers a tailored and personalized approach to online shopping. The company was founded by Greg Kunkel, Charlie Kim, and Meghan Messenger in 1994 and is headquartered in New York. NY.

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