Introducing New Board Members

By Mount Tamalpais College | August 28, 2020

Mount Tamalpais College is excited to introduce two new board members, Larry Norton and Will Bondurant.

Larry Norton was an independent mediator in private practice and Principal of Norton Associates for 28 years before his retirement. His areas of specialization were education, disability rights, disputes among public agencies and public policy. Clients included various cities and counties in California, departments of state government, educational institutions and nonprofit organizations. Previously, he worked in university development and served as an intelligence analyst for the Central Intelligence Agency. He holds a BA from UC Berkeley and an MA from San Jose State University. He became involved in educational opportunities for incarcerated people while serving as a trustee of the California State University System.

Will Bondurant is a volunteer instructor with Mount Tamalpais College, having taught communications and business at San Quentin since 2015. In his professional life, he is chief financial officer at Castlight Health, an organization helping individuals navigate the complicated healthcare system in the United States. Prior to Castlight, Will worked as consultant at the McKinsey & Company focused on healthcare. He is a proud graduate of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and lives in San Francisco, CA.

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