Names obtained from the 2010 Bohemian Grove Attendee List. It should be noted that accuracy cannot be guaranteed and caution should be used in the presumption of any of the following individuals.
Members – 14
David R. Volk – President and Chief Executive Officer of CDG Therapeutics. Previously, Mr. Volk was a founder and principal of White Oak Advisors, a consulting firm providing financial and strategic advisory services to start-up and emerging growth life sciences companies. Prior to White Oak Advisors, Mr. Volk was managing director and Head of Life Sciences Investment Banking for RBC Capital Markets. In that capacity, Mr. Volk managed an investment banking group which raised private and public growth capital for companies ranging from early-stage through initial public offering and thereafter. Mr. Volk received his B.A. in economics from the University of California at Berkeley, and his MBA from the Kellogg School at Northwestern University. Source. More Information on CDG Therapeutics.
Anthony Olds Zanze – Prior to co-founding Hamilton Zanze & Co., Anthony O. Zanze’s experience in real estate included capital markets, asset management, leasing, development, investment and brokerage of multi-family and commercial properties. Immediately prior to the formation of HZ & Co. Tony was with RREEF Real Estate Investment Managers overseeing asset disposition. Before joining RREEF, he was manager of the San Francisco office of GE Capital Real Estate where he was responsible for production of mortgage backed securities, structured finance and equity investments. From 1986 to 1997, Tony was with the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company where he originated long term fixed rate loans and joint ventures. Tony began his career as a sales investment broker with Cushman & Wakefield, and holds a BA in Psychology from Dartmouth College and a Master’s Degree in Real Estate from the University of Wisconsin. Tony is a San Francisco native. Source.
Murray G. Bodine– Joined the San Francisco office of Sandler O’Neill + Partners, L.P. as a Principal in 2004. His responsibilities include merger and acquisition and capital financing advice to banks, thrifts, insurance companies and financial sponsors. Before joining Sandler O’Neill, Mr. Bodine was a partner at JGE Capital Management, a privately-owned hedge fund. Prior to his work at JGE, Mr. Bodine had an 18-year investment banking career working with financial institutions in the Western United States. During that time, he completed over 80 merger and acquisition transactions and was involved in numerous capital financings. His investment banking experience includes Managing Director roles in the San Francisco offices of RBC Capital Markets, where he served on the capital commitment committee, First Security Van Kasper, where he served on the executive committee and Hoefer & Arnett, Inc., where he served as co-head of investment banking. He began his career at Bank of America in San Francisco, where he was a Vice President in the world banking division and the capital markets group. Mr. Bodine received a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Babson College. Source.
Lester L. Colbert Jr. – Mr. Lester L. Colbert Jr. served as the Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Xidex Corporation. Mr. Colbert has been an Independent Trustee of Spectra Fund since 2000. He serves as a Director/Trustee of 27 funds in Alger Funds Fund Complex. He has been a Trustee of The China- US Growth Fund since 2003. He served as a Director of Castle Convertible Fund Inc. since 1974. He served as a Director of The National Museum of American History. Father was former President and CEO of Chrysler. Source.
Robert R. Dockson – Dr. Robert R. Dockson is First Vice President of the Haynes Foundation Board of Trustees.He has served on the Board since 1969.When he retired from business in 1988 he had served 19 years as Chairman and CEO of CalFed, Inc., the holding company of California Federal Savings and Loan.Previously, he was a professor of economics and Dean of the School of Business Administration at USC, an economist at The Prudential and Bank of America and a faculty member at Rutgers University.He served four years in the U.S. Navy in the Pacific during World War II.Dr. Dockson is a past President of Town Hall and co-founder of Town Hall’s Breakfast Institute, a past President of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and the California State Chamber, and a member of the Board of the Business Roundtable.He is a life member of the Board of Regents of Pepperdine University and remains active at both USC and Pepperdine.At USC, there is an endowed Dean’s Chair in the Marshall School of Business in his name, as well as a faculty-endowed Chair in International Relations and Economics at the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.Dr. Dockson graduated from the University of Illinois in 1939 and subsequently earned an M.S. in international relations and a Ph.d in economics from USC. Source.
Edward Elio Galante – Director at West Property Group. Among them was Edward E. Galante, an American who had cut his real-estate teeth developing coin-operated laundries and strip malls in California’s San Joaquin Valley. Source 1. Source 2 – In Africa, Mortgages Boost an Emerging Middle Class. This is a mildly confusing entry as there is an Edward G. Galante who is the Senior Vice President of Exxon. There are several people here who seem to share names with equally successful people on the east coast…yes, this is what conspiracy theories are made of. I omitted several other examples from previous camps due to the paranoia factor but might as well point it out here and further just to see what comes up. Please bear with the pattern seeking portions of this brain…;) By the way, this one is confirmed.
George B. James II – Immediate Past Chairman, Committee for the Future Chair of World Affairs Council of Northern California. Serves as Trustee Emeritus of San Francisco Ballet Association. Board of Overseers for the Hoover Institute. Needs more information.
Hugh W. Klebahn – Former President and CEO of Grove Farm Company, Inc. More information on Grove Farm. More information needed.
Ignacio F. Lozano Jr. – former United States Ambassador to El Salvador. He was appointed to the ambassadorship by President Gerald Ford in 1976. He resigned the post following the assumption of the presidency by Jimmy Carter. Lozano held directorships at Bank of America, Walt Disney Company, Pacific Life, and Sempra Energy, and is a member of the Council of American Ambassadors. Source.
Samuel A. Megeath III – Former Chairman of the Board of Directors of PLM from October 1988 to August 1990. Managing General Partner of LEF&C Partners, an investment partnership. Source.
Thomas W Moore Jr – Unconfirmed.
Peter o’ Malley – Former owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, currently moving to purchase the San Diego Padres. More information desired.
Charles B. Runnels – Chancellor for Pepperdine University.
This camp’s captain is the CEO of a company that specializes in ‘smart drugs’…a class of drugs intended to increase the cognitive, memory and various other functions of the brain. Not only big money but consider proprietary usage of these drugs…there is reason to be concerned here.