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CaliforniaALL, Cary Martin Zellerbach, Cary Zellerbach, Daniel David Dydzak, David Werdegar, Institute on Aging, John Keker, Kathryn Werdegar, Keker & Van Nest, Martin Investment Management, Mary Ellen Zellerbach, Matthew Werdegar, Richard Blum -- Regent of the University of California; Husband of California Senator Dianne Fienstein, Superior Court of Orange County, Zellerbach Family Foundation

David Werdegar’s Institute on Aging Baord of Directors (TLR Note: Notice Name of Amy Zellerbach)

Board of Directors


Cynthia Diana Whitehead

Barbara Schraeger
Vice Chair

Clare Murphy
Treasurer & Secretary

Board Members

Lynn Brinton
Meryl Brod, Ph.D
Boone Callaway
Aaron Cooperband
Belva Davis
James Davis, MD
Irene Dietz
Lawrence Z. Feigenbaum, MD
Irwin J. Gibbs
Richard Kuchen
C. Seth Landefeld, MD
Joan Levison
Kadambari Abhay Parekh
Nurit Robinson
Donald L. Seitas
Bing Shen
Robert L. Sockolov
Victoria Stone
Anthony G. Wagner
Amy W. Zellerbach

Honorary Lifetime Directors

Kenneth J. Colvin
Adele K. Corvin
Ann Eliaser

Founding Director

Lawrence Z. Feigenbaum, MD

President and CEO

J. Thomas Briody, MHSc

Advisory Board
Marin County

Marna Cohen
Paul Cohen
Oak Dowling
Irv Gubman
John Leonard
Cyr Miller
Roberta Robinson
Don Seitas
David Werdegar, MD

Advisory Board
San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties

Gloria Cavanaugh
Ruth Kasle
Linda Kramer
Mike Gilfix
Victoria Stone
Dick Zukin


Related story:

As was reported recently, an Orange County Superior Court judge has ordered a change of venue in a case pending against David Werdegar of San Francisco-based Institute on Aging (IOA).

The suit — advanced by community activist Daniel Dydzak of Marina Del Rey — has been transferred to neighboring San Diego County Superior Court.

Werdegar, who resides in Ross, is the former Chief Executive Officer of the Institute on Aging and husband of California Supreme Court Associate Justice Kathryn Mickle Werdegar (aka Kay Mickle).

Prior to the commencement of the action, David Werdegar abruptly quit his position with IOA. The resignation, which occurred earlier this year, followed media reports of alleged improprieties involving himself, his wife, and his son Matthew Werdegar – a partner at the litigation boutique Keker & Van Nest, headed by controversial litigator John Keker.

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