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July 06, 2007

SAB Member Appointed to NC State Board of Trustees

Lanier, Warren Appointed To NC State Board of Trustees

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Chad Austin, News Services, 919/515-3470

July 2, 2007


Photo of LanierGayle S. Lanier and Steve F. Warren have been appointed to four-year terms on the North Carolina State University Board of Trustees. North Carolina Governor Mike Easley appointed Lanier to her first term and Warren to his second, effective July 1.

Lanier, of Raleigh, received a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from NC State in 1982. She is currently vice president and general manager of Knowledge Services for Nortel Networks and was formerly vice president of Global Corporate Operations. Lanier serves on the Board of Trustees of the Kenan Institute for Engineering, Technology and Science, and is a member of the NC State Board of Visitors, the NC State Engineering Foundation, the NC State Minority Engineering Programs, the NC/RTP INROADS Board, the NC Technology Association (NCTA) Executive Board and the NC State Computer Science Strategic Advisory Board.

Warren, of Greensboro, is a 1968 graduate of NC State’s College of Textiles and received his Master of Business Administration from UNC-Chapel Hill. He is managing partner of Gateway Management Group, which operates restaurants in North Carolina and South Carolina. He is the former president of Elastic Fabrics of America in Greensboro and former president of the Greige Fabrics Division of CMI Industries, Inc. in Clinton, S.C. Warren serves on the board of directors of the NC State Alumni Association. His service to the university includes terms on the Graduate School Board of Advisors, the Athletics Council, the Campaign for NC State Students, the Wolfpack Pride Campaign and president of the board of directors for the NC State Student Aid Association.

The board of trustees is composed of 13 members: eight elected by the UNC Board of Governors, four appointed by the governor and the president of the student body.

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