Regents of the University of California
Jack, b. 1951, Glen Cove, New York. Ex officio Regent
as State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 2003-present. Education:
B.A., History, CSU Fullerton; Secondary Teaching Credential,
CSU Long Beach, 1975. Career: State Assembly, 1982-94, representing
the 35th district; State Senate in 1994, representing the State's
18th Senate district.
Ralph, b. Oct. 16, 1941, Los Angeles, Calif. Ex officio
Regent as Alumni Association President, 1991-92; Appointed
by Governor Wilson, 1997-98. Committees: Grounds and Buildings,
1998; Audit, 1998-99; Vice Chairman, Health Services, 1998. Education:
B.A. Zoology, 1963, UC Los Angeles; J.D., 1969, UC Los Angeles.
Career: lawyer, Ochoa and Sillis; chief of staff to Leo McCarthy,
Speaker of the Assembly until 1978; accompanied Rosalyn Carter as
Special Ambassador and Representative of President Carter to inauguration
of President of Costa Rica; Founder and President of HBRO Communications,
Warren, Jr., b. Oct. 15, 1870, S.F.; d. March 25, 1939, Berkeley.
Ex officio Regent as pres., Cal. Alumni Assn., 1932-34. Education:
A.B. 1891, LL.D. 1919, UCB; A.B. 1892, Stanford; LL.B. 1894, Hastings
Coll. of Law. Career: S.F. law practice, 1907-39; with Olney,
Pringle and Mannon, formerly Olney and Olney (father and son), 1907-10;
with Page, McCutchen, Knight and Olney, 1910-13; with McCutchen,
Olney and Willard, 1913-19. Atty. for Regents of UC, 1911-19; general
atty., 1907-13. Gen. counsel, 1913-15, receiver, 1915-16, gen. counsel,
1916-19, Western Pacific Railway Co.; assoc. justice, 1919-21, Cal.
Supreme Court. Became mem., 1921, McCutchen, Olney, Mannon and Greene.
Assistant professor of law, 1895-1904, Hastings Coll. of Law; lect.,
1904-07, Sch. of Jurisprudence, UCB. Mem., state registration bureau
in charge of registration for the draft in Cal; chmn., Dist. Exemption
bd. for Div. 1, 1917-18; chmn., State Mil. Welfare Comn., 1917-18.
Culbert Levy, b. Nov. 7, 1876, Fillmore, Utah; d. April 13,
1962, L.A. Ex officio Regent as gov., 1939-43. Education:
1890-91, 1893-95, Brigham Young U.; 1897-99, 1901, Columbian (now
George Washington) U. Law Sch., Wash., D.C.; 1899-1900, U. Mich.
Career: telegraph operator, 1891; reporter, city editor,
1896-97, Ogden Standard; Washington corresp. for western
newspaper, 1897-99; admitted to Utah bar, 1901; Salt Lake City law
practice, 1901-20. Utah state senator, 1916-20. Moved to Cal., 1920.
Cal. state senator, 1934-38; Asst. U.S. Atty. Gen., 1936-37. Delegate
to Dem. Ntl. Conventions, 1920, 1940, 1944.
Gus, b. Dec. 2, 1888, Paso Robles, Cal.; d. Sept. 21, 1970.
Appointed Regent to fill unexpired term of Regent Harrison,
1951-60. Education: A.B. 1911, UCB. Career: engineer,
1911-14, S.F. firm of Haviland-Tibbets; supt., 1914-16, Netherlands
Farms Co.; gen. mgr., 1916-41, Holland Land Co. Mem., bd. of trustees,
1916-, pres., bd. of trustees, 1920, Reclamation Dist. 999. Chmn.
of bd., local and county farm bureau, 1914-15. Mem., exec. comm.,
state farm bureau, 1925-26. Dir., Sacramento Chamber of Commerce,
1927-30. Mem., exec. comm., Central Valley Flood Control Assn.,
Sacramento River and Delta Water Assn. Trustee, Monterey Inst. Foreign
Stuart, b. March 2, 1888, Santa Monica, Cal. Appointed
to fill unexpired term of Regent W. H. Crocker, 1937-40. Education:
B.C. 1910, UCB; 1911-17, Harvard Law Sch. Career: admitted
to Cal. bar, 1911; practiced law, 1911-23; 1st lt., Air Force, 1917-18;
vice-pres., 1923-35, pres., 1936-52, chmn. of bd., 1952-55, dir.,
1955-, Title Ins. and Trust Co. Dir.: So. Cal. Gas Co.; Van Nuys
Investment Co. Trustee: Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Harvey
Mudd Coll. Dir., Automobile Club of So. Cal.
b. Nov. 12, 1916, Pasadena, Calif. Appointed by Governor
Jerry Brown, 1976-81. Education: B.A. Economics, 1937, Pomona
College; M.B.A., 1939, Stanford University. Career: Consultant,
Ernst & Ernst; Dir. of Motor Vehicles, State of California,
1969-75; Dir. of Finance, State of California, 1975. Resigned as
Regent to become Secretary of the U.S. Air Force under President