Robert J. Frankenberg
Bob Frankenberg has served on the Westminster College Board of Trustees since 1997. From 1997 to 2000, Bob served on a Westminster College Technology Task Force, tasked with helping the college plan for its future technology infrastructure needs. He has mentored five different Westminster MBA students as part of the highly successful MBA Master Track program. He often serves as a guest lecturer in courses such as Strategy, Competition and High Tech Standards, and Finance.
From 2001-2002 Bob served on the Presidential Search Committee, which resulted in bringing the College's 16th President, Michael S. Bassis, to our campus. During the College's strategic planning process (2002-2003), Bob served on the Institutional Distinctiveness Task Force. He has also served on several Westminster College Academic Advisory Committees, including the MBA Redesign Advisory Board, the Management Technology Advisory Board, and the Science Advisory Board.
Mr. Frankenberg received his Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering from San Jose State University and is a SEP graduate of Stanford's Graduate School of Business. He previously served as CEO of Novell, as well as Vice President of Hewlett Packard. Bob is Chairman of the Board of Kinzan, and one of the company's founding members. Bob is President and CEO of NetVentures, a venture capital firm. Bob was inducted into the Silicon Valley Engineering Hall of Fame in 2001.
Bob and his wife, Linda, reside in Alpine, Utah.