Meet Our New Trustees
Submitted by Nadine Fiedler on Fri, 10/30/2009 - 8:28am
From the fall 2009 Caller
Terry Murphy is the CFO of Vigilan, Inc. and past CFO of several high-tech start-ups, and has had various finance and marketing jobs at Tektronix, Intel, and Boise Cascade. He holds an AB in economics and an MBA from Stanford. The Murphy Athletic Complex is named in honor of his and his wife Carolyn’s generosity. They have two children who are alumni, Bret ’99 and Lindsay ’01. Terry has served as treasurer, finance committee chair, and member of the executive and campaign committees of the board. His other board experience includes ten private companies, two public companies, and two nonprofits. Terry’s interests include fishing, hiking, wine, cooking, gardening, photography, and travel. He also served on the board from 1998 to 2007.
Al Glowasky, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, is principal with Sandler O’Neill & Partners investment firm. He has been active at Catlin Gabel as the father of Matthew ’99 and Luke ’06, and as a member of the finance committee and marketing and economic task forces, and as a fundraising volunteer. Al has extensive nonprofit board experience with organizations that include OMSI and the Hoyt Arboretum.
Elizabeth Steiner Hayward is a family practice physician at OHSU and associate professor in the department of family medicine, and has led extensive research on women’s health and other family issues. Elizabeth graduated from the University of Chicago and the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Despite her busy schedule, Elizabeth finds time to volunteer for the Girl Scouts, several nonprofit boards, and several professional organizations. The mother of two Catlin Gabel students, Mira ’13 and Emma ’17, she was the first girl on the Little League team in her home town. She passionately supports financial aid at Catlin Gabel.
Dave Jubb is vice chair and general counsel for Reser’s Fine Foods and a trustee at his alma mater, Linfield College, where he chairs the finance and real estate committees and serves as adjunct professor of finance. He is also a trustee of the William G. Gilmore Foundation and the Joseph M. Fought Trust, and he has worked at Coopers & Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers). Dave graduated from Linfield College and Lewis & Clark Law School. He is an active volunteer in his grandson Ethan ’22’s classroom.