Dave Dornsife is Chairman of the Board of the Herrick Corporation (and its subsidiaries), a Stockton, California based steel fabrication and installation company. He is a 1965 graduate of the USC Marshall School of Business. Dave is a USC trustee and is active with the Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. He is Vice President of the Hedco Foundation, whose mission is health and educational improvement. Dave is a board member for the Yosemite Conservancy.
At Drexel University in Philadelphia, Dave and his wife, Dana, are active with the Dornsife School of Public Health, Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships, Dornsife Center for Experiential Business Education, and the Dornsife Global Development Scholars.
Through World Vision, an international humanitarian agency, Dave and Dana are supporting activities to bring water, sanitation and hygiene to people in 25 countries in Africa. The Dornsifes are also working on sustainable agricultural production in West Africa through the Echo Foundation in Burkina Faso.
Robert G. Johnson, Jr. MD PhD, Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Johnson, a MD/PhD (Biochemistry and Biophysics) graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, received his clinical training at Massachusetts General Hospital. After completion of his fellowship, he joined the Howard Hughes Medical Institute as an Associate Investigator and appointed a faculty member at Harvard Medical School; subsequently he was recruited as an Associate Professor of Medicine and Biochemistry, Biophysics, and Physiology to Penn. Dr. Johnson joined Merck & Co. during the "most admired" years where he ran and expanded several basic science laboratories along with a pre-clinical whole animal group and was a member of a number of clinical project teams. Interested in biotech, Dr. Johnson joined Chiron as VP of Pharmacology and Pre-clinical Affairs and a standing member of the Clinical Development Committee. While at Chiron, he focused on identifying pipeline drug candidates, building pre-clinical development, and led several project teams before moving to the Corporate Development group to assist with licensing and M&A efforts. Dr. Johnson joined Kosan Biosciences as the VP in charge of pre-clinical, clinical, and corporate development when Kosan was a platform and pre-IPO company and helped build a strong portfolio of oncology drug candidates across Phase 1 to 3 clinical trials along with leading the significant licensing deals. After Kosan became a public company, Dr. Johnson advanced to Chief Medical Officer and ultimately CEO and a member of the Board of Directors. He is currently a consultant for the biopharmaceutical industry with a particular interest in novel targets and delivery systems and in streamlining and restructuring the drug discovery and clinical development process, particularly in oncology where his present activities include being a consultant to and Scientific Advisory Board member of Epeius Biotechnologies.
Co-founded the Barry & Milligan Group at Merrill Lynch in 2000. He works primarily with corporate executives, business owners and professionals to provide holistic, comprehensive wealth anagement services. He also works with an number of publicly traded and privately held companies on the administration of various corporate benefit programs, including 401(k) and profit sharing, non-qualified deferred compensation, equity based compensation, target benefit, split-funded defined benefit and 10(b)5-1 plans. Kelly holds a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPCSM) designation, a Certified 401(k) Professional (C(k)PSM) designation, a Masters in Business Administration and a Juris Doctorate from UCLA, as well as a degree in Economics from UC Berkeley. Kelly is a frequent speaker on wealth management topics, and has lectured at the San Francisco and San Mateo County Bar Associations, the Stanford Graduate School of Business, the Anderson School at UCLA, the Graziadio School of Business and Management at Pepperdine and the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. He has served as a coach in Merrill Lynch’s Practice Management Development Program and is a current member of the national faculty of Merrill Lynch’s OPM training platform.
Roger has lived in the San Francisco bay area his entire life. He graduated with honors from both Bellarmine Prep in San Jose and the University of Santa Clara where he earned a Bachelor of Science and Commerce degree, with a minor in philosophy. After college Roger joined the international accounting firm of Arthur Andersen & Co. (AA & Co.) where he became a manager in the audit division, working on a range of clients, including some SEC reporting companies. In 1975 Roger left AA& Co. to become the Vice President and CFO of a company which is today part of The Herrick Corporation (THC). During these last 38 years Roger has held various offices within the group of companies that comprise THC, including President of the parent company. He has been the Vice Chairman of THC For over ten years.
Roger is married and has two children, both of whom are teachers. He enjoys golf, travel and finding nice restaurants with good wine lists. Over the years Roger has volunteered at several nonprofit organizations including Goodwill of Santa Clara County, the American Heart Association, the HEDCO Foundation and Lazarex Cancer Foundation.