Stan Weitzman

BOARD DIRECTOR, SECRETARY

Stan Weitzman began his career as an electrical engineer working in aerospace on Marine Corps projects. He then went into technical sales where he was successful working with the military, government contractors and the US Government. He was the National Sales Manager working with Boeing in one of the early Internet companies. This company created the first Voice-Over-IP for use with phones used for secure communications. He later worked in telecom sales with a focus on the emerging Internet. He was the CEO of several startups.

His father and two uncles served in the US Army during WWII. One of his uncles was in the Army Air Reconnaissance team responsible for photography of essential targets in Europe and Africa. His cousin just retired as a Lt. Colonel of the Oregon Air National Guard.

Stan enjoys spending time with his family. In addition to his responsibilities with the foundation, he is the Secretary of the Los Gatos Lions Club.

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