The Board of Directors of the Werner Erhard Foundation, all served tirelessly and without compensation to fulfill the purpose of the Werner Erhard Foundation: to encourage and support research, communication, education, and scholarly endeavors in the fields of human well-being and transformation, both individual and social.
Emeritus Members of the Board of Directors
Frank M. Berger, M.D
Roger G. Brown
Bishop Otis Charles
Harriet Harvey Coffin
Robert W. Fuller, Ph.D * (Executive Driector 1976 - 1977): Founder Mo Tzu Project; former Senior Fellow, Worldwatch Institute; former President, Oberlin College, former Dean of the Faculty, Trinity College.
David Galin, M.D.
Philip R. Lee, M.D. *: (Executive Driector 1973 - 1976): Professor of Social Medicine and Director of the Institute for Health Policy Studies, School of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco; former Chancellor, University of California, San Francisco, former Assistant Secretary for Health and Scientific Affairs, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
John E. Mack, M.D.: Professor of Psychiatry at the Cambridge Hospital, Harvard Medical School; Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Harvard Medical School Department of Psychiatry; Pulitzer Prize winner in 1977 for A Prince of Our Disorder: The Life of T.E. Lawrence.
James G. Miller, M.D., Ph.D: President of the University of Louisville. He served on the faculties of Harvard University, University of Chicago, University of Michigan, Johns Hopkins. At Chicago he originated the modern use of the term “Behavioural Science”, and was Chairman of the Committee on Behavioural Science as well as the Department of Psychology. Author of numerous books and published many scholarly and scientific articles.
Frances Petrocelli: UCSF Administrative Officer, Executive driector of the UCSF Foundation, Assistant Director of the Institute for Health Policy Studies, UCSF
David Sternlight, Ph.D.: President, David Sternlight, Inc.; former Chief Economist, Atlantic Richfield Company; author of "Systems Planning and Control-Coastal Regions" in Coastal Zone Management and Multiple Use with Conservation; member, Council on Foreign Relations; member Aspen Institute Energy Committee; participant in a number of international policy and analysis study groups.
Gregory B. Votaw (Executive Driector 1977 - 1983): Freelance consultant in international economic development; former Director of the World Bank's Country Programs Department for East Asia, the Middle East, and the South Asia Region.
Mary Kaneb Wellman *
Roy K.A. Wesley