List of University of California, Berkeley alumni in business and entrepreneurship

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This page lists notable alumni and students of the University of California, Berkeley. Alumni who also served as faculty are listed in bold font, with degree and year.

Notable faculty members are in the article List of UC Berkeley faculty.


See also: University of California, Berkeley School of Law

Founders and co-founders[edit]

Chairs, presidents, and CEOs[edit]

Vice presidents, CFOs, and CTOs[edit]

  • Adnan Asar, B.S. EECS – Vice President of Engineering of Tiny Prints Inc [212] (a subsidiary of NASDAQ-listed Internet-based personal imaging publishing service company Shutterfly [213])
  • Maury Austin, B.S.[214]CFO of NASDAQ-listed microprocessor design company MIPS Technologies
  • Paul Bennett M.S. - Vice President and Treasurer of Chevron [215]
  • Jeffrey C. Benzing, B.S. Mech. Eng. – Executive Vice President and Chief Business Officer of NASDAQ-listed semiconductor company Novellus Systems
  • Andy Bodea, BS Math – Chief Global Operations Officer at NYSE-listed consumer credit reporting agency Equifax[216]
  • Anthony C. Bonora B.S. ME 1964, M.S. ME 1966 – Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of NASDAQ-listed semiconductor company Asyst Technologies
  • Stephen Brobst, B.S. EECS – Chief Technology Officer at NASDAQ-listed computer data analytics and data warehousing software company Teradata [217]
  • Elizabeth Brown, BA - Vice President of Human Resources at NASDAQ-listed Internet real estate search engine Trulia [218] when it was acquired by Zillow for $3.5 billion[219]
  • Tim Campos, BS EE, MBA 2011 – Chief Information Officer at[NASDAQ-listed social networking company Facebook[220][221]
  • Greg Chang, BA – Vice President of Asia & 3rd Party Publishing at NASDAQ-listed freemium video game development and publishing company Glu [222]
  • Alon Chaver, B.S., J.D.[223] – Vice President of Industry Services at NYSE-listed web-based real estate company Trulia when it was acquired by Zillow for $3.5 billion[219]
  • Roawen Chen, Ph.D. EECS – Vice President of Manufacturing Operations at NASDAQ-100 broadband technology company Marvell Technology Group[224]
  • Arthur Chong, A.B.[225] - Senior Vice President, General Counsel of NASDAQ-100 broadband semiconductor company Broadcom
  • Frank Cooper III B.S. - Global Chief Marketing Officer for PepsiCo[226]
  • David R. Ditzel, M.S. EECS [227] – Vice President and Chief Architect for Hybrid Parallel Computing for the Intel Labs at NASDAQ-100 semiconductor company Intel
  • Kevin Donelly, B.S. EECS 1985 – Senior Vice-President of Engineering at NASDAQ-listed semiconductor RAM interface company Rambus
  • Keith Eadie, MBA – Chief Marketing Officer at NASDAQ-listed enterprise software for digital branding company TubeMogul[75]
  • Ben Elowitz, B.S., B.A., 1994 – Vice-president and co-founder of NASDAQ-listed online retailer Blue Nile Inc.
  • Matthew K. Fawcett, B.A.[228] – Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary of NASDAQ-100 computer network storage company NetApp
  • Craig Federighi, B.S. EECS, M.S. CS[229] - Senior Vice President of Mac Software Engineering at NASDAQ-100 computer technology company Apple Inc.[229]
  • Heather Mirjahangir Fernandez, B.A. Political Science [230] – Vice President of Agent Services at NYSE-listed web-based real estate company Trulia
  • John Fogelin, B.A. CS[231] – former Vice President of Engineering and CTO of Wind River Systems (acquired by Intel for $884 million[164] ), current Vice President of Engineering for human robotic exoskeleton company Berkeley Bionics (developers of the Human Universal Load Carrier and eLegs, which allows paraplegics to walk upright[232])
  • Charles Giancarlo, M.S. EECS 1980 – Chief Development Officer of NASDAQ-100 networking technology company Cisco Systems[233]
  • Rachel Glaser, B.A. – Chief Financial Officer at NASDAQ-listed real estate search engine company Move [234]
  • Joseph D. Greco, M.S. EECS [235] – Senior Vice President of the Advanced Technology Group at NASDAQ-100 video graphics card company Nvidia
  • David Greene, B.A. CS – Chief Marketing Officer of NASDAQ-listed networking hardware company Riverbed Technology [236]
  • Neeraj Gunsagar – Senior Vice President, Revenue of TrueCar, at NASDAQ-listed Internet-based car buying website TrueCar [237]
  • Steven T. Holmes, B.S. Mechanical Engineering [238] – Vice President of Intel Architecture Group (IAG) and general manager of Intel's Smart Devices Innovation team at NASDAQ-100 semiconductor company Intel
  • David Allen Hoyt, B.B.A. – Senior Executive Vice President of Wholesale Banking at NYSE-listed bank Wells Fargo & Company[239]
  • Larry Illg, B.A. Economics, M.B.A.[240] – Vice President of New Ventures at NYSE-listed web-based real estate company Trulia
  • Bruce Jaffe, B.S. – Corporate Vice-President and head of Mergers & Acquisitions of NASDAQ-100 software company Microsoft Corporation; CFO of Glam Media
  • Monica Johnson, B.A. Economics – Chief Financial Officer of NASDAQ-listed online retailer of mass customization products CafePress
  • Gani Jusuf, B.S. EECS, M.S. EECS, Ph.D. EECS [241] –Vice President of Product Development, Communications and Consumer Business Group at NASDAQ-100 broadband company Marvell Technology Group
  • Michael C. Kavanaugh, B.S. 1961, M.S. 1974 – Vice-President of the environmental engineering firm of Malcolm Pirnie, member of the National Academy of Engineering
  • Paul Keswick, B.S. 1979 – Executive Vice President of NASDAQ-listed Cypress Semiconductor
  • Jonathan Khazam, MBA [242] – corporate vice president of the Intel Architecture Group and general manager of the Visual and Parallel Computing Group at NASDAQ-100 semiconductor company Intel
  • Neil Y. Kim, B.S. EECS[243] – Senior Vice President, Operations and Central Engineering of NASDAQ-100 broadband semiconductor company Broadcom
  • E. Floyd Kvamme, B.S. EECS 1959 – former vice-president and president at NYSE-listed S&P 500 semiconductor manufacturer company National Semiconductor, former vice-president at Apple Computer, venture capitalist Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers[244]
  • Ernest Lam, B.S. EECS – former Vice President of Engineering[245] at Teracent Corporation (when it was acquired by Google[246])
  • Bryan Lamkin, BS Business, MBA –Senior Vice President, Technology and Corporate Development at Nasdaq-listed multimedia tools software company Adobe [247]
  • John Lautze, MBA [248] Vice President, Finance at NASDAQ-100 semiconductor company Intel
  • Lin Lee, B.A. C.S. – Vice president of Global Communities at computer manufacturer Sun Microsystems, former Vice President of Product Development for W-Phone, co-founder of database software company CenterView (acquired by Informix)
  • Wayne Lee, B.S. Business - Chief Financial Officer of NASDAQ-listed Internet media tourism company Travelzoo[249]
  • Bruce H. Leising, B.S. 1976– Vice President of the Technology and Manufacturing Group at NASDAQ-100 semiconductor company Intel
  • Judy Lin, dual B.A.'s in C.S. and European History – former Executive Vice President of NASDAQ-100 network infrastructure company VeriSign
  • Benjamin Ling, B.S. EECS – Chief Operating Officer at Badoo, former Product Management Director of Search Products and Local Business Products at Google[250]
  • Joel Linzer, J.D. – Executive Vice President of NASDAQ-100 video game company Electronic Arts [251]
  • Wei-Jen Lo, PhD Solid State Physics and Surface Chemistry – Senior Vice President, Research & Development of NYSE-listed semiconductor fabrication plant Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited[197]
  • Byron Lok, B.S. CS 1976 – Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of NYSE-listed S&P 500 semiconductor company LSI Logic
  • Craig London, B.S. Physics – Executive Vice President of electronics manufacturing services company Solectron (acquired by Flextronics for $3.6 billion[252])
  • Jason Lopatecki, BS EECS – Chief Strategy Officer at NASDAQ-listed enterprise software for digital branding company TubeMogul[75]
  • Michael J. Loughlin, BA 1978 – Chief Risk Officer and Senior Executive Vice President at NYSE-listed banking and financial services company Wells Fargo[253]
  • Michael Luby, PhD CS – VP, Technology at NASDAQ-listed Qualcomm; co-founder and CTO of mobile TV company Digital Fountain (acquired by Qualcomm [254])
  • Bob Lutz, B.S. 1961, M.B.A. 1962 – General Motors Vice Chairman, Product Development, and Chairman, General Motors North America, former Vice Chairman for Chrysler
  • Arun Majumdar, PhD 1989 – Vice President for Energy at NASDAQ-listed Internet search engine company Google, former Almy and Agnes Maynard Chair Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering at UC Berkeley, Jay Precourt Provostial Chair Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University[255]
  • Amy Maniatis, B.A. – Chief Marketing Officer at the National Geographic Society;[256] former Vice President of Marketing at NASDAQ-listed online retailer of mass customization products CafePress
  • Yoky Matsuoka, B.S. 1993 – neuro-robotics researcher, Vice President of Technology at Tony Fadell "smart-thermostat" company Nest Labs [257] when it was acquired by Google for $3.2 billion;[258] founding member of Google X; 2007 MacArthur Fellowship
  • Michael C. Mayberry, Ph.D. Physical Chemistry [259] – Corporate Vice President of the Technology and Manufacturing Group and director of Components Research at NASDAQ-100 semiconductor company Intel
  • Jack McCauley, BS EECS 1986 [260]– engineer who designed the devices used in the video game Guitar Hero and has co-developed the virtual reality goggles known as Oculus Rift from Oculus VR; Vice President of Engineering at Oculus VR (acquired by Facebook for $2 billion[261][262])
  • Thomas McKeever, B.A. – Senior Vice President at NASDAQ-listed data analytics software company Actuate Corporation,[263] former counsel at NASDAQ-listed computer company Sun Microsystems
  • Stanley Meresman, B.S. Industrial Engineering and Operations Research [264] – former Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of NYSE-listed Silicon Graphics, Inc, former Vice President of Finance and Administration and Chief Financial Officer of NASDAQ-listed Cypress Semiconductor, director of NASDAQ-listed Riverbed Technology, NASDAQ-listed Zynga, and NASDAQ-listed LinkedIn [264]
  • Jason Mikami, B.A. Oriental Languages (Japanese) 1992 and B.S. EECS 1998 - Vice President of Engineering and Operations at Bitcasa, Founder/Owner of Mikami Vineyards
  • Brian Millham, B.A. 1991 – Executive Vice President, Global Commercial Sales, at NASDAQ-listed customer relationship management software and cloud computing company Salesforce.com [265]
  • Ken Milnes, B.S. EECS 1977 – Senior Vice-President of television technology company Sportvision, winner of 4 Emmy Awards in broadcasting technology[266]
  • Stuart Nichols, B.A. 1983 – Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of NASDAQ-listed microprocessor design company MIPS Technologies[267]
  • Burke Norton, J.D. – Chief Legal Officer at NASDAQ-listed customer relationship management software and cloud computing company Salesforce.com [265][268]
  • David Nguyen, B.S. – Vice President of Engineering at NASDAQ-listed semiconductor RAM interface company Rambus
  • Tim O'Brien, B.S. Business 1996 - former Vice President of Business Development for Tapulous[269] when it was acquired by The Walt Disney Company; current Vice President of Business Development for Disney Mobile[270]
  • Raffy J. Ohannesian, B.A. Legal Studies 1991 - Chief Financial Officer, Fox Rent-A-Car, Inc.
  • George Palmer, B.S. EECS – Vice President of Operations at semiconductor company SiBEAM
  • Denny Parker, B.S. 1965, M.S. 1966, Ph.D. 1970 – Senior Vice-President, Brown and Caldwell; member of the National Academy of Engineering
  • Anne Marie Peters, BS Molecular and Cell Biology [271] – General Counsel and Vice President, Legal of NASDAQ-listed haptic feedback company Immersion Corporation
  • Raja Petrakian, PhD Industrial Engineering and Operations Research– Senior Vice President, Worldwide Operations, at NASDAQ-listed FPGA semiconductor company Xilinx[272]
  • Kathleen Phillips, BA – Chief Operating Officer at NASDAQ-listed Internet real estate company Zillow[273]
  • Mark Pittman, B.A. 1982 – Vice President of Sales, MIPS Processor Group, at NASDAQ-listed microprocessor design company MIPS Technologies
  • Ashu Rege, PhD CS [274]– Vice President of Engineering, Computer Vision at NASDAQ-listed video card manufacturing company NVIDIA
  • Satish Rishi, MBA – Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of NASDAQ-listed semiconductor RAM interface company Rambus [275]
  • Kate Rundle, B.A. 1978 – Executive Vice-President and General Counsel of optical semiconductor company Bookham,[276] former Vice President and General Counsel of microprocessor design company MIPS Technologies
  • Alan Saldich, BSME 1987 –Vice President of Marketing at cloud-database company Cloudera, former (2002-2009) Vice President Product Marketing at NASDAQ-listed Internet technology equipment company Riverbed Technology[201]
  • Margret Schmidt, BS EECS 1992 - Vice President of Design & Engineering and Chief Design Officer at NASDAQ-listed digital video recorder company TiVo; recipient of the 2006 Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Interactive Television;[277][278] Industry Faculty lecturer at UC Berkeley [279]
  • Daniel Schotland, BS Business – VP of Operations at NASDAQ-listed enterprise software for digital branding company TubeMogul[75]
  • Steve Schumann, B.S. EECS 1982 – Vice president and general manager at NASDAQ-listed semiconductor company Atmel[280]
  • Shaival Shah, BS Biochemistry 1997 [281]– former GM & VP Business Development at analytics marketing company Hunch (acquired by eBay for $80 million[282])
  • Rama K. Shukla, Ph.D.[283] – Vice President, Intel Architecture Group at NASDAQ-100 semiconductor company Intel
  • Dave Singhal, B.S. EECS[284] - Vice President of Corporate Development and Strategy at NASDAQ-listed microprocessor design company MIPS Technologies[284]
  • Steve Sloan, BS – Senior Vice President, Products and Engineering, at NASDAQ-listed marketing automation software company Marketo [285]
  • Emily Smith, BA – Senior Vice President, Digital, at the Los Angeles Times Media Group[286]
  • Sumant Sridharan, B.S. EECS and M.A. Economics – Vice President of Product at NASDAQ-listed online retailer of mass customization products CafePress [287]
  • Betsy Sutter, B.A. – Senior Vice President at NYSE-listed software company VMWare[288]
  • Adam Tachner, B.A.[289]– Vice President and General Counsel of NASDAQ-listed wireless networking semiconductor company Atheros Communications when it was acquired by Qualcomm for $3.2 billion[106]
  • Vincent Tong, B.S. EECS – Vice-president of Worldwide Quality and Reliability Engineering at NASDAQ-100 semiconductor company Xilinx[290]
  • David Torre, B.S. Business, MBA[291] - Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer of NASDAQ-listed wireless networking semiconductor company Atheros Communications when it was acquired by Qualcomm for $3.2 billion[106]
  • Stephen T. Tso, PhD Materials Science and Engineering – Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of NYSE-listed semiconductor fabrication plant Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited[197]
  • Vanessa Washington J.D. - Senior Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Bank of the West[292]
  • Geoffrey Weber, B.A. math — Vice President of Internet Operations at NASDAQ-listed Internet-based personal imagine publishing service company Shutterfly [293]
  • Vincent Win, B.S. EECS – former Vice President of video card manufacturer ATI Technologies when it was acquired by AMD for $5.4 billion,[294] former Vice President at NYSE-listed S&P 500 semiconductor company AMD
  • Albert Wu, Ph.D. EE – Vice President of Operations at NASDAQ-100 broadband technology company Marvell Technology Group[295]
  • David Wu, B.A. CS, M.S. CS [296] – Chief Technology Officer of NASDAQ-listed networking hardware company Riverbed Technology
  • Julie K. Xanders, JD – Senior Vice President and General Counsel of the Los Angeles Times Media Group[297]
  • Ian A. Young, Ph.D. EE [298] – Senior Fellow of the Technology and Manufacturing Group at NASDAQ-100 semiconductor company Intel
  • Robert Yung, B.A. 1985, M.S. EECS 1988, Ph.D. EECS 1998 – Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of NASDAQ-listed semiconductor company PMC-Sierra, former Chief Technology Officer for the Asia division of Sun Microsystems, named in 2000 as one of the "Top 100 Global Leaders for Tomorrow" by the World Economic Forum
  • Steve Zadesky, BS Mechanical Engineering 1995 – Vice President iPod/iPhone Product Design (1999–present) [299] at NASDAQ-listed computer hardware and software company Apple Inc.
  • David A. Zapolsky, J.D.[300] - Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary at NASDAQ-100 web-based retailer Amazon.com

Other[edit]

Wine[edit]

  • Jim Bundschu, B.A. 1968 - Gundlach Bundschu, Sonoma Valley winery
  • Meredith (Merry) Edwards, B.A. 1970 – Merry Edwards Wines, a premium Pinot Noir producer
  • William Harlan, B.A. 1963 – Harlan Estate, Bond, the Napa Valley Reserve, a cult wine Cabernet Sauvignon producer
  • Jess S. Jackson, J.D. 1974 – founder, Kendall Jackson Wine Estates
  • Charles P. Karren, B.A. 1990 – grower and owner of Terra de Promissio, a Sonoma Coast vineyard for cult Pinot producers Kosta-Browne, Kistler, Land of Promise, and Williams Selyem
  • Jason Mikami, B.A. 1992, B.S. EECS 1998 - Mikami Vineyards, artisan winery focused on Zinfandel
  • Michaela Rodena, M.B.A. 1980 – CEO of St. Supery Winery
  • Eugene E. Trefethen, Jr, B.A. 1930 – Trefethen Winery, Napa Valley

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