DRI Research Foundation board
Stephanie Tyler, president of AT&T Nevada in Reno, was elected vice-chair to the Desert Research Institute Foundation’s board of trustees. She was also re-appointed a second four-year term to the DRI Foundation board.
Soraya Tabibi Aguirre, a partner for the Carson City law office of Holland and Hart, was elected treasurer of the DRI Foundation board.
Holger Liepmann, a retired executive vice president of Nutritional Products for Abbott Laboratories in Incline Village, was appointed secretary.
W. Michael Fagan a venture capitalist in Reno was elected to a four-year term on the DRI Foundation board.
C. Joseph Guild III, a Reno attorney, and John R. Worthington, a retired senior vice president of MCI Corporation in Reno, were re-appointed to second four-year terms on the board.
Terry Reynolds replaces Michael Brown, who Gov. Steve Sisolak named last week as director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.