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G. Robert Muehlhauser

Bob MuelhauserBob attended high school in Belleville, IL and was in the Westminster graduating class of 1968. While on campus, he was on the baseball and track teams, a member of the Skulls of Seven, Sigma Chi Fraternity, and commissioned (Infantry) following Army ROTC. He received an MBA from Northern Illinois University.

He has had over 30 years of experience within the Financial Services Industry and as a private consultant. His core career focus was within Corporate and Investment Banking.

Bob joined Continental Illinois National Bank in 1971 in Chicago and after various career assignments, was promoted to Executive Vice President in 1994 with responsibility for large corporate Client Management and Portfolio Risk Management activities.

Following Bank of America's acquisition of Continental in 1994, he moved to San Francisco in 1997, as a member of the Senior Leadership Team of the Global Corporate and Investment Bank. In addition to his Banking responsibilities, during his career he has had global responsibility for Strategic Planning, Marketing, and Professional Training and Development. He retired from Banking at the end of 2001 as EVP and Managing Director in charge of Banc of America Securities' United States Middle Market Investment Banking businesses where his teams provided Strategic Consulting, and Debt & Equity Capital Raising services to private and public companies.

Bob is a past Board member of Chicago's Shedd Aquarium, Metropolitan Family Services and the Exploratorium in San Francisco, and is Director Emeritus of the San Francisco Zoological Society. He is currently Chair of Westminster's Board of Trustees and on the Boards of The Leakey Foundation (Paleoanthropology) in San Francisco, and the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation for Biomedical Engineering in Miami, Florida.

Bob and his wife, Regina, live in the San Francisco Bay Area and have four grown children.

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