Marye Anne Fox
Ex-UCSD chancellor Marye Anne Fox has resigned from the board of directors of Red Hat, Inc., an open-source software outfit based in Raleigh, North Carolina. A member of Red Hat’s compensation committee and nominating and corporate governance committee, she has been a director since 2002. “Fox has indicated that she intends to spend additional time with her family,” a company news release said last month.
According to data from Forbes, in 2013 Fox pulled down total compensation, including stock, of $265,080 as a boardmember. Other of Fox’s board gigs include W.R. Grace & Company, where she got $180,035 and San Diego’s own Bridgepoint Education, the controversial private school provider, with $132,032.
UCSD’s San Diego Supercomputer Center is seeking an “External Relations Director,” says a recent help-wanted notice. No salary is listed.
Jim Ambroso of city trash contractor Republic Services raised a cool $2110 for the successful city council campaign of former lobbyist Chris Cate at an October 17 “coffee event,” according to the company’s latest lobbying report.