ABOR Chair extends appreciation to Regent Bob Herbold for his service following his resignation announcement
最新麻豆免费看 Chair Fred DuVal today extended his appreciation to Regent Bob Herbold for his service on the board. Herbold, appointed to the board in July 2021, submitted his resignation today for health reasons, effectively immediately.
"Regent Herbold epitomizes the essence of public service with his extraordinary character, unwavering integrity and visionary leadership. His extensive expertise in business, finance, and strategic operations has undeniably enhanced the effectiveness of our board. I am profoundly grateful for his steadfast dedication to advancing public higher education and his relentless pursuit of creating positive outcomes for students. Beyond his invaluable contributions as a leader, Regent Herbold has also been a trusted friend and mentor. On behalf of the board, we consider ourselves truly blessed to have benefited from his service, and we are confident that his enduring legacy will continue to shape and elevate both the board and Arizona's public universities for generations to come."
Regent Herbold has served as secretary of the board and a member of the Strategic Initiatives and Planning Committee, and Audit and Risk Management Committee. In addition to his service on the board, he is the managing director of The Herbold Group, LLC, an operations and strategy consulting business. He is also president of The Herbold Foundation, which provides scholarships to master's and doctoral students in engineering and computer science at several universities.
Regent Herbold previously was the executive vice president and chief operating officer of Microsoft Corporation and prior to that he was senior vice president of Procter & Gamble. He has endowed two chairs in engineering at Case Western Reserve University as well as a chair in the business school at the University of Washington.