SAN DIEGO, July 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Corporate Directors Forum, a nonprofit association providing corporate governance education and headquartered in San Diego, has appointed local KPMG LLP Managing Partner Beth Altman and former CareFusion CEO David Schlotterbeck to its board of directors. The newest board members join 29 other corporate governance experts representing some of San Diego's most respected and influential companies.
Altman is Managing Partner of accounting firm KPMG's local office. The first woman to hold the position in the office's history, she joined KPMG in 1993 and was named partner in 2004. Altman graduated from Indiana University with a bachelor's degree in accounting and is a member of the California Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of CPAs. Her expertise spans from startups to international, publicly-traded companies in industries including technology, consumer goods and life sciences. She sits on four local non-profit boards including CDF and advises many other public and private company boards through her work with KPMG.
Schlotterbeck, a highly regarded name in the healthcare industry, has held chairman and CEO positions for three public and two private companies and was a vice-chairman of a Fortune 20 firm. He has led nine successful turnarounds, guided two startups through mergers with Fortune 200 companies, completed two initial public offerings and raised $6 billion in financings. He has been a director of more than 14 public, private and non-profit organizations including CDF.
"Ms. Altman and Mr. Schlotterbeck are an excellent addition to Corporate Directors Forum bringing exceptional experience advising and leading successful boards and companies," said Julia Brown, Corporate Directors Forum's 2015-2016 board chair and currently on the board of directors of Biodel, Inc. and Cleveland BioLabs, Inc. "We believe better boards make better companies, and we are thrilled to welcome them to ours."
In addition to Schlotterbeck and Altman, returning directors include Chair Julia Brown, Vice-chair John Skousen, Secretary Bruce Doyle III, Treasurer Dan Schreiber, Membership Committee Chair Adrian Atilano, 2015 Director of the Year Co-chair Jack Yelverton, Education Committee Chair Mike Berthelot, Programs Committee Chair Christina de Vaca; and directors at large, Annalisa Barrett, Cass Cassidy, Randall Clark, Rich Collato, Fred Dawn, David Down, Steve Ferruolo, Lesley Howe, Mike McCloskey, John Niedernhofer, Jan Patterson, David Pendarvis, Tony Rodriguez, Donald Rosenberg, Lloyd Rowland, Dave Salisbury, Kathy Scott, Scott Stanton, Judy Thompson, Ken Wechsler and Scott Wolfe.
To learn more about Corporate Directors Forum and its board members, visit DirectorsForum.com.
About Corporate Directors Forum
Corporate Directors Forum, a 501c(6) located in San Diego, is the largest regional association of corporate directors in the U.S. and offers regular, interactive education programs for directors, officers and business leaders. The organization also hosts "Directors Forum: Directors, Management & Shareholders in Dialogue" every January. CDF's purpose is to help directors, and those who support them, be better directors through director education and peer-to-peer networking.
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