- Harold M. Williams
Harold M. Williams served as chairman of
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commissionbetween 1977and 1981. Attorney, Business Executive, Educator, Government Administrator, visionary, builder only begin to describe Harold Williams. Williams 's career exemplifies public service and support of arts and education.
*B.A., University of California, Los Angeles, 1946
*J.D., Harvard University, 1949
*President, Hunt Foods and Industries (1968-1969) and Hunt-Wesson Foods, Inc. (1962-1968)
*Chairman of the Board, Norton Simon (1969-1970)
*Dean and Professor, Graduate School of Management, University of California, Los Angeles (1970-1977)
*Co-Chairman, Public Commission on Los Angeles County Government (1974-1977)
*Chairman, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (1977-1981)
*Member, Board of Regents, University of California (1982-1994)
*President of the J. Paul Getty Trust (1981-1998).
*In charge of the creation of the Getty Center in Los Angeles
*Member, President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities (appointed by President Clinton) (1993-Present)
*Director, The California Endowment (1996-Present); Los Angeles Annenberg Metropolitan
*Public Policy Institute of California (1994-Present)
*Co-Chair, California Citizens Commission on Higher Education (1996-Present)
*Chair, Committee for Effective School Governance (1998-Present) [ [http://www.skadden.com/index.cfm?contentID=45&bioID=848 Harold M Williams - Skadden, Arps ] ]
When Williams came to UCLA as the Dean of the Graduate School of Management it had it had renowned faculty but was not considered a top school. A Business school emblem was Joe Bruin asleep at a desk with cob webs growing from his chair to the floor Williams changed this by making GSM the only public Business school ranked in the top ten in the US.
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J. Paul Getty Trust
Williams became president and chief executive officer (CEO) of the
J. Paul Getty Museumin 1981 [Former SEC Chief Will Head Getty Museum. "Los Angeles Times", March 4, 1981.] , and when the use of the name " J. Paul Getty Trust" was authorized [Byrne, Richard P. [http://getty.edu/about/governance/pdfs/indenture.pdf Order authorizing the use of the name "The J. Paul Getty Trust" (1983).] Retrieved August 30, 2008.] , Williams became the first president and CEO of the Trust. During his 1981-1998 tenure, his major accomplishment was "presid [ing] over the planning and construction of the Getty Center"Muchnic, Suzanne. Harold Williams to Retire; Led Getty Trust Growth Era. "Los Angeles Times", June 11, 1996.] . By the time Williams announced his retirement in 1996, the Trust's endowment had risen from $1.2 billion to almost $4 billion. He was succeeded by Barry Munitz in 1998 [Sterngold, James. [http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9F0CE4DE123BF930A35751C1A96E958260 Getty Center Calling On Its Neighbors.] "New York Times", December 3, 1998.] .
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