INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. - Lawrie Lieberman has been named the 2013 chairman of the Desert Research Institute Research Foundation, Stephen Wells, DRI President, announced Friday.In addition, eight new trustees have joined the board including a myriad of Nevada's successful business owners, executives and community leaders.Lieberman, an Incline Village resident and former dean of admissions at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, has served on the Foundation since 2009.The Foundation's new trustees include:• Soraya Aguirre, a Partner in the law firm of Holland and Hart.• Mark Bruce, the principal attorney in the Bruce Law Group, based in Reno, NV• Keith Burrowes, who founded Sierra Integrated Systems (SIS) in 2001 following a successful career in the Engineering Construction Industry.• Paul Kaleta, the Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Shared Services and Corporate Secretary for NV Energy• Gary Kvistad, a Shareholder in the law firm of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck and a member of their Water, Infrastructure Development and Natural Resources groups; based in the firm's Santa Barbara, CA office.• Holger Liepmann, who has served as an Executive Vice President of Nutritional Products at Abbott Laboratories since 2008 and also served as its Executive Vice President, Global Nutrition from 2006 to 2008.• Donald Soderberg, the Vice President of Risk Management for Southwest Gas, in Las Vegas, NV.• Robb Smith, co-founder of Chrysallis.Foundation officers for 2013 are: Lawrie Lieberman, Chair, Investor, Independent Computer Software Professional (Incline Village); Marybel Batjer, Co Vice-Chair, Public Policy & Communications, Caesars Entertainment (Las Vegas); Stephanie Tyler, Co Vice-Chair and Treasurer, President, AT&T Nevada (Reno); Leonard Lafrance, Secretary, EPI (Incline Village); Dan Barnett, Past Chair, COO, Vistage International (Incline Village, NV).Other members of the Foundation Board for 2013 can be found listed online at www.dri.edu/foundation.
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