Seaver Executive Advisory Board

The Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering provides outstanding student-centered disciplinary and interdisciplinary educational and research experiences in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).  Within a comprehensive Catholic university that emphasizes intellectual vibrancy, excellence, citizenship, service, and social justice, Seaver College students are inspired to seek purpose-driven careers.  Through these pursuits, Seaver students and alumni contemplate global challenges while seeking to improve and transform the world.

The Seaver Executive Advisory Board supports the Dean of the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering by providing advice, counsel and philanthropic gifts.  This group of leaders helps the Dean strategically prepare the College for the next decade while it provides a transformative education and ensures the long-term success of Seaver students.

Advisory Board Chair

Christopher T. Stern '93
LMU Regent
Vice President and Managing Director
Trimble Inc. | Trimble Ventures | Trimble Foundation Fund

Advisory Board Members

Tina Choe
Dean and Professor

Blake Bath
Chief Executive Officer
Bay Bridge Capital Management

Christian de Virgilio, M.D. '82
LMU Regent
Chair of Surgery
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center

Steve Isakowitz
President and CEO
Aerospace Corporation

Dorota Shortell, '98
Chief Executive Officer
Simplexity Product Development

Robert J. Sclabassi, M.D., Ph.D. '62
Former LMU Regent, Trustee
CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors
Computational Diagnostics, Inc.

Julie Teel
LMU Trustee
Chief Officer
Lakehouse Mall Property Management Inc.

Philip Van Hale, M.D. '70
Physician, Pathologist and Assistant Clinical Professor
University of South Carolina School of Medicine

Dwayne Wilson, '80
Former LMU Regent
Former President, Industrial & Infrastructure, Fluor Corporation

John Zimmerman, '96
Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Undivided

Ex Officio

NaKesha Mayfield
Assistant to the Dean
Academic Affairs Associate