Terry Dibble – President
Terry is President of the Board of Trustees of the J.B. and Emily Van Nuys Charities, a Foundation that grants over $1 million in annual support to Los Angeles County based human services agencies, with particular emphasis on Agencies having a focus on the prevention of domestic violence.
Terry joined the Firm of Peat Marwick Mitchell & Co. in 1969, where he became Partner in 1980. He retired in 2009 from his position as U.S. Partner in Charge, Risk Management Advisory Services at KPMG LLP in New York, after a 40-year career with KPMG in auditing and consulting advisory services. At KPMG Terry served on the Firm’s Ethics and Compliance Committee, the Global Risk Management and US Professional Practice Committees and Advisory Services Management Committees.
Terry and wife Eva have three children, Beckie, Ryan and Jennie, and five grandchildren. They have resided in Palos Verdes Estates, CA since 1984.
Terry graduated from the University of Southern California in 1970 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting.
Robert K. Maloney – Secretary
Robert K. Maloney, MD, MA (Oxon), is a former Rhodes scholar and Summa Cum Laude graduate of Harvard University. He completed his education at Oxford University and Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Maloney was the first surgeon in western North America to perform LASIK surgery as part of the original FDA clinical trials. He is clinical professor of ophthalmology at UCLA and director of the Maloney-Shamie Vision Institute, in West Los Angeles, California. Voted by his peers as one of America’s top ten vision-correction specialists in a nationwide survey conducted by Ophthalmology Times, Dr. Maloney has trained more than 700 surgeons in the use of the excimer laser and has personally performed more than 45,000 vision-correction surgeries.
He is the recipient of the prestigious 2001 Distinguished Lens Award, presented by the International Society of Refractive Surgeons, for his innovative contributions to the field of vision-correction surgery. The American Academy of Ophthalmology has awarded him the Senior Honor Award for contributions to the education of other eye surgeons and the Secretariat Award for distinguished contributions to the Academy. Dr. Maloney has published more than 100 articles, abstracts, and reports in professional journals and has delivered more than 200 invited lectures on five continents.
Dr. Maloney’s research is focused on developing new technologies for vision correction surgery, including the implantable contact lens and the light-adjustable lens, and on complications of vision-correction surgery. He has been a principal investigator for fourteen FDA clinical trials. He has a special clinic devoted to treating patients who have had problems with prior vision correction surgery.
Morgan W. St. John – Treasurer
Morgan St. John has been serving as a trusted advisor to companies, private equity groups and family offices since 1978.
He has personally led over $40 billion of equity investments and highly-structured corporate debt in the Americas, Europe and Asia. Prior to forming his own business, Morgan was a Partner and Managing Director at Bankers Trust Company where he built the Los Angeles Finance group and New York Syndication group to become the industry leaders in highly-structured acquisition financing.
Morgan serves on a number of corporate boards including as a Director and Audit Chair for the GID Group since 2008 and a Director for TruthMD since 2012. He also is active in philanthropy and has served on numerous not-for-profit boards and foundations supporting job training, micro-finance, disaster relief and domestic abuse prevention.
Morgan received his Master’s degree and Bachelor’s degree with honors from Harvard University.