Apple has just announced that Monica Lozano, president and CEO of the College Futures Foundation, has been elected to Apple’s board of directors. Lush is a person with a long career in the public and private sectors and with a long history as an advocate for equity, opportunity and representation.
One more in the core group of Apple’s board of directors
Before joining the College Futures Foundation, Lozano spent 30 years as the editor of La Opinion, the largest Spanish-language newspaper in the United States.
“Monica has been a true leader and pioneer in business, media and an ever-growing circle of philanthropic efforts to achieve a more equitable future – in our schools and in the lives of all,” said Tim Cook, CEO from Apple. “His values and vast experience will help Apple continue to grow, innovate and be a force for good in the lives of our teams, customers and communities.”
“I have always admired Apple’s commitment to the idea that technology, at its best, should enable everyone to improve their lives and build a better world,” said Lozano. “I look forward to working with Tim, Art and the rest of the board to help Apple advance these values and build a rich and productive history.”
The executive has also served on the board of directors of the Walt Disney Company and within Apple will bring his experience to the company. Lozano joins Arthur D. Levinson, former CEO and director of Genentech; James A. Campana, former president of The Boeing Company; Albert Gore Jr., former vice president of the United States; Andrea Jung, President and CEO of Grameen America; Ronald D. Sugar, former President and CEO of Northrop Grumman; Susan L. Wagner, co-founder and director of BlackRock; and of course Tim Cook.