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AIM Board of TrusteesProfessor Gerald Alexanderson, Chairman of the Board of Trustees.
Professor Alexanderson is formerly Chair of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Santa Clara University and recently President of the Mathematical Association of America.
Gunnar Carlsson is Professor of Mathematics at Stanford University. He has served as Chair of the Stanford Mathematics Department, and has been on the faculty of the University of Chicago, University of California (San Diego), and Princeton University.
John Fry, Secretary.
Mr. Fry is also founder and CEO of Fry's Electronics.
Dr. Harry J. Saal was chosen by the US Department of Justice to lead the Technical Committee charged with monitoring and enforcing the Microsoft Antitrust case. Helping to restore competition in the personal computer industry is an exciting and significant challenge, according to Dr. Saal.
Dr. Saal was the founder and CEO of Network General Corporation, the first company wholly dedicated to the area of network diagnostics. Network General and McAfee Associates merged in late 1997 to form Network Associates, which subsequently "un-merged" in 2004.
He is active in philanthropy and community affairs, serving on the Board of the Community Foundation Silicon Valley, from whom he received the 1996 Corporate Community Involvement Award. From 1998 through 2003 he served as President of Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley, a non-profit organization which links a network of public and private cultural agencies and organizations to enhance arts and culture in Silicon Valley. He has served as Vice Chairman of the American Leadership Forum, Silicon Valley Chapter, and in 1995 received their John W. Gardner Leadership Award. As well, he serves on the boards of the American Institute of Mathematics, ZeroOne, the San Jose Airport Arts Oversight Commission, Numenta, Inc. and the NetManage, Inc. In 1997, Columbia University awarded Dr. Saal its highest honor, the John Jay Award.
Stephen Sorenson, President.
Mr. Sorenson is also a Director at Fry's Electronics. He previously worked in R&D at Advanced Micro Devices, and recently managed a non-profit research institute.