Camels Camp

Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List.

Members – 14

 

Andrew W. Evans – Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; AGL Resources.

Andrew Evans was named senior vice president and chief financial officer of AGL Resources (NYSE:GAS) in September 2005 and promoted to executive vice president, chief financial officer in May 2006. In this capacity, Mr. Evans directs finance, accounting and information technology for all AGL Resources businesses, as well as investor relations and the company’s strategic planning functions. He also has responsibility for various unregulated subsidiaries.

Mr. Evans joined AGL Resources in May 2002 as vice president of finance and treasurer, where he was responsible for the company’s treasury and finance operations including corporate finance, cash management, rating agency relationships, pension management and corporate planning and analysis. He also played a key role in supporting the company’s corporate development and growth initiatives, and assisted in deal evaluation, structuring and financing. Mr. Evans came to AGL Resources from Mirant Corporation (formerly Southern Energy Inc.) where he served in various finance and business development roles over a nine-year period. Prior to Mirant, Mr. Evans was employed by National Economic Research Associates and the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Mr. Evans serves as chairman of the board of Zoo Atlanta and on the finance committees of Grady Memorial Hospital, Refugee Family Services and the Georgia Council for Economic Education, where he is also a board member. Mr. Evans is a graduate of Emory University and lives in Atlanta. Source.

Robert Michael Gloger – Robert is an independent investor and advisor involved in markets for stocks, bonds, real estate, and commodities. After graduating from UCLA with an MBA in finance in 1969, he joined Bank of America as a investment advisor and portfolio manager for equity products and remained there until 1976 when he joined Morgan Stanley. In 1991, he ended a 16 year career with Morgan Stanley as a managing director in their capital markets division, where he was responsible for marketing and distribution of fixed income products for the western United States. Source.

Skip Cashin – Founder of Cashin Company (Real Estate); bought out by Coldwell Realtors in 2010. 2009 saw over $1 billion in sales volume for Cashin Company which was sold for an undisclosed financial amount.

Donald George Castle – Former CEO of Chevron Corporation.

Allen B. Cooper– Partner in Ervin Cohen & Jessup LLP. and serves as the Head of the Litigation Department. His practice focuses on business and commercial litigation including breach of fiduciary relationships, business torts, securities and trade practices; insurance litigation including bad faith, coverage, professional liability and legal malpractice; and real estate litigation including representing financial institutions, developers, title insurers, mortgage bankers and others in matters involving: land-use, brokerage, commercial landlord-tenant problems, construction and mechanics’ liens, lenders’ liability, lis pendens expungement, real property security instruments, specific performance, PMI and mortgage guaranty insurance and title problems.

Mr. Cooper is admitted to the State Bar of California, all courts of the State of California. the United States District Court, Central, Northern and Eastern Districts of California. the United States Court of Appeals, Ninth and Fifth Circuits, and the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Cooper received his J.D. from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1974. During law school, he served as Associate Editor of the UCLA Law Review, 1972-1973, and was selected to Order of the Coif. He attended the University of California at Los Angeles earning an A.B., magna cum laude, in 1971, and was Phi Beta Kappa.

Mr. Cooper is author of Beware: Anti-Growthers Snag Building Permits First, California Builder, 1987; Lis Pendens Expungement Practice: Still Not Much Relief for the Property Owner, Beverly Hills Bar Journal, 1980; and The Prosecutor’s Role in California Sentencing: Advocate or Informant?, UCLA Law Review, 1973. Mr. Cooper served as a consultant for the California Continuing Education of the Bar in 1992 on their publication Handling a Real Property Foreclosure. He is a contributing author of Use and Abuse of Interrogatories, California Continuing Education of the Bar, 1983, 1986. He is a former clinical lecturer in law at the University of Southern California, 1980-1981.

His published State opinions include: Western Security Bank v. Superior Court (1997) 15 Cal. 4th 232, 62 Cal. Rptr. 243; Siegel v Fidelity National Title Insurance Co. (1996) 46 Cal. App. 4th 1181, 54 Cal. Rptr. 2d 84; Lambert v. Commonwealth Land Title Ins. Co. (1991) 53 Cal. 3d 1072, 282 Cal. Rptr. 445; Isaac v. A&B Loan Company, Inc. (1988) 201 Cal. App.3d 307, 247 Cal. Rptr. 104; and Elysian Heights Residents Association, Inc. v. City of Los Angeles (1986) 182 Cal. App.3d 21, 227 Cal. Rptr. 226. Federal opinions include: Han v. U.S. (9th Cir. 1991) 944 F.2d 526; Wright v. Schock (N.D. Cal. 1983) 571 F.Supp. 642; and Worldwide Church of God, Inc. v. State of California (9th Cir. 1980) 623 F.23 613.

Mr. Cooper is a member of the Beverly Hills and American Bar Associations, Sections on Litigation and Antitrust Law; and the Association of Business Trial Lawyers. He served as Planning Commissioner for the City of Calabasas from 1992-94; and is Past President, Calabasas Park Homeowners Association.
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Eric C. Cowing – Officer of Entrepreneur Partners VIII, hedge funds. Additional.

Frank Perry Greene – Representative at Bci Capital Management. Bci Capital Management primarily manages accounts for high net worth individuals and pension and profit sharing plans and has more than $68M in assets under management. This advisor is registered with the SEC. This advisor’s firm is state-registered. Source.

William S. Hazlett – Palo Alto, Ca.

Thomas Francis Kranz – Immigration Lawyer; Beverly Hills, Ca.

Hal A. Kroeger – Hal is the founding partner and Chairman of TowerHill Wealth Management. The Company was founded initially to assist him in managing the proceeds of the sale of Distribix, one of the country’s largest paper distributors, to what is now Unisource. Hal responded to the requests of other families to assist in allocating and investing assets through the use of multi-manager investment vehicles. Hal’s community activates currently include the chairmanship of the International Center for Tropical Ecology; he is also a board trustee for the Missouri Botanical Garden and the St. Louis Zoo. He is past chairman of the St. Louis Zoo Museum District, a body covering five major cultural institutions. He has also served as a trustee of several educational institutions. Hal received his B.A. from Princeton University and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School. Source.

Malcolm McNaughton Jr. – Vice President, Board of Directors for Sequoia Healthcare District.
Managing Director, Capital Private Wealth Management Company. Father’s Bio.

Kenneth C. Schley – Vice President of Investments for UBS Financial Services Inc. Ken Schley graduated from Stanford University in 1965 with a degree in history. He held several positions in the financial services sector and professional motor sports before joining Kidder, Peabody in 1977. Over the years, Ken has built a large network of both users and providers of advanced financial services, including areas such as corporate incentive stock options and block trading. He has been a student of capital markets for most of his life and understands how they function in the real world. Source.

John N. Staples – Mr. John N. Staples III is employed at Whittier Trust Company in the position of Head of the San Francisco Advisory Services Department. Mr. Staples is responsible for providing advisory services to individuals, their families, and Trusts for the firm’s San Francisco office. Source.

G. Mitchell Wilk– Mitch Wilk is former commissioner and president of the California Public Utilities Commission, a position he assumed following his service as legislative secretary and then deputy chief of staff to former Governor George Deukmejian. Mr. Wilk subsequently formed Wilk & Associates, Inc., a consultancy specializing in strategic advice to chief executive officers and other senior executives of regulated industries with a focus on independent, sounding-board guidance regarding industry and regulatory change and opportunities, mergers and acquisitions, legislation, and media relations. The nationwide clients of Wilk & Associates included major telecommunications and energy utilities, government agencies, and prominent law firms. Mr. Wilk is a military veteran and earned B.S. and MBA degrees in finance from American University in Washington, D.C., where he has also worked as a member of the Congressional staff. Mr. Wilk is a frequent commentator and speaker on regulatory and public affairs issues. Source.