Executives in Residence
Executive-in-Residence in Healthcare Management
Terry will be responsible for developing a relationship with healthcare providers, with the objective of developing a graduate certificate program or other academic offerings in healthcare management. He will be working closely with all segments of SJSU, especially the College of Applied Sciences and Arts (with their programs in Nursing, Health Science and Public Health) and the College of Science (with their programs in the Biological Sciences, including the joint MS program with the COB in Biotechnology). We will be assigning a COB faculty member(s) to work with Terry who have expertise in these areas.
Terry is a native San Josean. His academic credentials include a BS-Biology degree from Santa Clara University, and an MBA from San Jose State University. Terry began his healthcare management career as Laundry Manager for the now-defunct San Jose Medical Center. While at SJMC, he moved into finance and information technology management positions, leaving in 1992 to run a physician-owned medical billing/practice management company. In 1998, he prepared the company for sale to a national emergency services provider, and joined Kaiser Permanente (KP) as CFO for the three hospitals comprising the South Bay Service Area: Redwood City, San Jose and Santa Clara. He was promoted to Senior VP/Area Health Plan Manager in 2004, responsible for healthcare delivery to 200,000 KP members in San Jose, Morgan Hill and Gilroy. He has Board experience with the Santa Clara City Library Foundation, San Jose/Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce (Chair-2006), San Jose Library Foundation, The Tech Museum of Innovation; and currently with the American Cancer Society (Board President 2004-2006), SJSU Research Foundation and the Guadalupe River Park Conservancy.
Executive-in-Residence responsible for the Gary J. Sbona Honors Program and the Thompson Global Internship Program
Bill will be responsible for managing the Gary J. Sbona Honors Program, the Thompson Global Internship Program, and providing advising and counseling services to involved students. He will act as an ambassador and advocate for the LCoB and to improve its image and reputation in the business community.”
William DeVincenzi has an MBA from U. C. Berkeley and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the State of California. Mr DeVincenzi spent 25 years in corporate finance with the last 10 years at the VP Finance & CFO level. Mr DeVincenzi retired from industry in 1994 to begin a new career in teaching at San Jose State University. Over the past 20 years, he has achieved the Outstanding Undergraduate Instructor award (1998) and the Outstanding Graduate Instructor award (2004). In 2007, he received the Dean’s Distinguished Service award from the College of Business. In 2008, he was named Outstanding Faculty student club advisor by San Jose State University. In 2008 through 2013, he was named Master Teacher by the College of Business. In 2009, Mr. DeVincenzi was named Outstanding Lecturer by San Jose State University.Mr. DeVincenzi helped form a new major in Corporate Finance (combining Accounting and Finance fundamentals), and Directs the Gary J. Sbona Honors Program, a unique program which places teams of the best students in the College of Business into project oriented internship-like positions with local corporations in Silicon Valley. He also directs the Thompson Global Internship Program which places students into Internationally based Internships providing students with a real global educational opportunity. He is Co-faculty advisor for the Financial Management Association (FMA) student club which has earned the distinction of being the only chapter in the world to win every major award that FMA International has to offer, simultaneously. He was also named Outstanding Faculty advisor by FMA International for four consecutive years. Mr. DeVincenzi retired from his beloved teaching career in December, 2013. He has served on the Board of Trustees of the Foundation for Global Community, as well having been a founding director and CFO of Hooked on Nature. He also served on the Board of Directors of the Silicon Valley Federal Credit Union for 10 years, 3 of which as Chairman of the Board.
Jacques is the founder and CEO of Spheric Security Solutions. He joins us with an accomplished track record of industry and thought leadership in the field of Cybersecurity. He has published numerous technical white papers and has been a driving force in founding a number of cyber initiatives1 . Jacques’ corporate career includes Ernst & Young, SAIC, Adobe Systems, Inc., KPMG, and the Canadian Space Agency. He also has an accomplished academic record with a B.A.Sc. and M.A.Sc. from the University of Toronto and a MBA from Concordia University in Montreal.
Jacques has been actively working with LCoB’s Dr. Leslie Albert for over two years in developing cyber risk and resiliency leading practices and delivering Cyber Risk Management workshops.
In his role as the LCoB Cyber EIR, Jacques, with Leslie, will be the driving force behind the launch of the proposed Center for Organizational Resilience (COR) in late 2016. As chair of the COR Executive Advisory Board, Jacques will help provide strategic vision and formulate the design, formation, and operation of COR, with an initial emphasis on cyber resilience. Jacques will also help form partnerships with government, industry, and non-profit organizations outside SJSU and draw other cyber leaders to our growing SJSU Cyber Center-of-Excellence.
Executive-in-Residence, Community Engagement
The new AACSB standards put emphasis on 3 new themes: Engagement, Innovation and Impact. Carla chairs a Community Engagement Board to strengthen the new AACSB standards. Carla and the Board reach out to alumni and friends, working closely with our Directors of Development in Advancement; and assist with our Branding & Marketing initiative. This Board is primarily composed of alumni that helped raise $17 million for the renovation of the BBC over a decade ago.
Carla graduated from SJSU with a BS in Accounting and Finance, she has broad experience in accounting, auditing and financial management, having spent 10 years as a financial executive with Philco Ford Microelectronics, Product line Controller and Internal Auditor for Fairchild Semiconductors and Controller/Treasurer for Advanced Micro Devices. Following her semiconductor career, she started working in real estate and financial consulting with an emphasis on early-stage startups. She is now a broker/owner with B&A Realtors and is a Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES) and Certified Residential Specialist (CRS). In addition, she is a broker/owner with Griffin International Acquisitions, which are merger and acquisition specialists for mid-range ($5-50 million) companies. She has received many awards, including Ambassador of the Year from the San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce; recipient of the Dean’s Service Award in recognition of her Outstanding Service; and an honoree of our Beta Gamma Sigma chapter.
Dr. Oliver Yu
Executive-in-Residence East Asia Outreach Program
His principal job duty is to "help develop relationships with universities in East Asia, especially in China and Taiwan, and with the recruitment of students for Lucas College and Graduate School of Business programs, especially the MBA-1". Oliver has a Ph.D. from Stanford and was Director, Energy and Technology Strategies at SRI International for 11 years and Manager for Institute-wide Planning and Analysis at Electric Power Research Institute for 15 years; has extensive contacts in the local Chinese community and in China, Taiwan, Japan and Korea; and is also a Lecturer/Full Professor in the College, teaching in the Lucas Graduate School. Oliver will be working closely with faculty in our College that have existing relationships with East Asian countries; and with International & Extended Studies in relationship development and student recruitment in East Asia.