New on Board

Four trustees joined the SCU board in June.

New on Board
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Four trustees joined the SCU board in June.

Peter C. Gotcher (top left) is an independent investor with decades of experience in supporting innovations in digital and emerging media. He is chairman of the board of directors of Dolby Laboratories. He also serves on boards for GoPro, Pandora Media, and Jaunt. Fans of Pro Tools know his work; he founded Digidesign, which produced the popular audio production software package. He is father of two recent SCU grads, John Gotcher ’15 and Will Gotcher ’15.

Henry J. Gage III ’11, J.D. ’15 (top right) is an associate attorney with Richard, Thorson, Graves & Royer LLP. His practice is focused on the defense of self-insured employers and public entities in litigation set before the administrative law judges of the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board. He earned both his degree in English and J.D. from SCU. While in law school, he served as president of the Student Bar Association and associate with the Santa Clara Law Review.

Gregory Vaughan (bottom right) is a managing director and private wealth advisor based at Morgan Stanley. He manages a team that customizes wealth solutions for entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, private foundations, endowments, and privately controlled corporations. He was recently named one of Barron’s top five investment advisors for the seventh year in a row—and received the No. 1 six times. He has five children, including three SCU alumni: Caroline Vaughan ’06, Victoria Vaughan ’12, and Peter Vaughan ’14.

Rob Lloyd (bottom left) is is the CEO of Hyperloop One, a Los Angeles–based startup aiming to commercialize ground transportation capable of near supersonic speeds. He spent 21 years at Cisco, where he managed the majority of Cisco’s worldwide businesses. Earlier he held posts of executive vice president, worldwide operations, and senior vice president, U.S., Canada, and Japan. He also served as president of Cisco’s Europe, Middle East, and Africa region based in London, England. He has two sons at SCU: Andrew Lloyd ’17 and Curtis Lloyd ’20, an incoming freshman.

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