Karen Angelini, justice on the Fourth Court of Appeals, the Rev. Timothy
Eden, S.M., Ed.D., Brother Victor Forlani, S.M., D.B.A., and Tim Handren,
senior vice president of Enterprise Business Operations at USAA, have been
elected as new members of St. Mary’s University Board of Trustees, it was
announced May 29.
Angelini, who graduated from St. Mary’s School of Law (J.D. ’79), will
represent the Law Alumni Association for a one-year term beginning June 1
and ending May 31, 2004. She was appointed to the Fourth Court of Appeals
in January 1997 to fill a vacancy, then was elected to the position in 1998
and again in 2000. Angelini received her bachelor’s degree, with honors,
from the University of Texas at Austin in 1972.
Eden, Forlani and Handren will serve two-year terms beginning June 1 and
ending May 21, 2005. In addition, new officers of the Board of Trustees
are Jack Biegler (BBA ’67), who succeeds John W. Dewey as chairman, and
Ruben Escobedo (BBA ’60), who becomes vice chairman, effective June 1.
Eden is an assistant professor of education and theology at Chaminade
University in Honolulu, Hawaii. Like St. Mary’s, Chaminade is governed by
the Society of Mary (the Marianists), a Catholic teaching order founded in
1817 by Blessed William Joseph Chaminade. Eden earned a doctor of
education degree from the University of San Francisco in 2002, a master of
divinity degree from the University of St. Michael’s College in Toronto in
1997 and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Chaminade University in
Forlani is a lecturer in the Department of Management/Marketing at the
University of Dayton, the third Marianist University.
He received a doctor of business administration degree from Boston
University in 1995, a master’s in education from Syracuse University in
1973 and bachelor degrees in business administration and education, both
from Dayton, in 1965.
Handren worked in USAA’s information technology division from 1986 to 1995,
then served as a business architect in strategic planning from 1995 to
1997. As vice president of electronic commerce during 1997 to 2001, his
duties included strategy and project management of electronic commerce
activities involving insurance, banking and investment management. As a
senior vice president in Enterprise Business Operations since 2001, his
responsibilities include management of all development projects and process
engineering projects across insurance, banking, investment management and
general company needs. Handren is a 1995 honors graduate of St. Mary’s,
having earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science.