Emeritus Member

Maureen Orth, ’64 Political Science

Special Correspondent, Vanity Fair Magazine

Maureen Orth is a special correspondent for Vanity Fair. She began her career as one of the first woman writers at Newsweek. Her best-selling book, Vulgar Favors, was the basis of the Emmy and Golden Globe winning “American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace.” Her profiles for Vanity Fair include Angela Merkel, Madonna, Vladimir Putin, and Karl Lagerfeld. Her investigations of the charges of pedophilia against Michael Jackson and Woody Allen went viral on the internet. In 2015, her story on the Virgin Mary, “The Most Powerful Woman in the World,” was a best-...

Mark J. Robinson, ’88 History & Political Science

Partner, Centerview Partners

Mark Robinson is a partner at Centerview Partners, an independent investment banking firm with offices in New York, London, Paris, San Francisco, Palo Alto, and Los AngelesHe advises a range of global companies across the healthcare industry, primarily those focused on pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical devices. Over his 25-year career, Mr. Robinson has advised many of the most prominent companies in the healthcare industry, including Pharmacyclics, Onyx, and Intermune. Prior to Centerview, Robinson spent 12 years at Merrill Lynch in San...

Nadine M. Tang, M.S.W. ’75

Associate Clinical Professor, University of California, Berkeley

Ms. Tang is a social worker in private practice and an associate professor of clinical psychology at UC Berkeley. She is a former instructor at the Ann Martin Center, which provided educational and counseling services to at-risk youth in Alameda County and has also taught psychology at Tsinghua University in Beijing. From 1976 to 1986, Ms. Tang served as a staff social worker at University Health Services on the Berkeley campus. There she founded and directed the immigrant and refugee student program, an initiative...

Judy Wade, ’85 Economics

Managing Director, CPP Investments

Judy Wade is managing director, global leadership team member, and head of CPP Investments’ San Francisco office. Previously she led Fuel, the McKinsey Company that helps startups and their investors accelerate their performance and get to the future faster. Earlier in her career, she was a partner at McKinsey, a global management consulting firm, and before returning, she spent 10 years as a senior executive for hire, working with Kapor Capital, Bessemer, Venrock, and DFJ. Ms. Wade is an active member in her community with a passion for education. In her spare time, she...

Judy C. Webb, ’60 History

President, Lothrop Ventures Incorporated

Judy Webb is the president of Lothrop Ventures Incorporated, a real estate development company she started in the late 1980s. Through Lothrop, she built residential spec homes in the Bay Area and self-storage facilities in Solano County and managed office properties. She has served on the boards of cultural institutions in the Bay Area and beyond. Ms. Webb was a docent at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and became the docent president and subsequently a trustee. She was also a trustee at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California...

H. Michael “Mike” Williams, co-chair, ’82 Economics

Former Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, University of California, Berkeley

Mike Williams was director of Intercollegiate Athletics at Berkeley from 2014 to 2018, overseeing $1 billion in sports facilities and the 1,200 members of the Cal Athletics community that includes coaches, staff, and student athletes. During his tenure as director, Cal won 11 team national championships and 21 Olympic medals. Mr. Williams began his career at Data Resources, Inc. and also worked at Bank of America. He joined Barclays Global Investors in 1993 and left the company in 2009 as vice chair of Capital Markets. He is a former trustee and vice chair of the UC...