Mariann Byerwalter
Chair, Board of Directors
Pacific Mutual Holding Company

Education
Stanford University
   B.S., economics and political science/public policy
Harvard Business School
   M.B.A.

Business History
Mariann Byerwalter is chairman emeritus of the board of directors of SRI International. She was interim president and CEO of Stanford Health Care from January 2016 - July 2016. Prior to this, Ms. Byerwalter served as chairman of the board of directors of Stanford Hospital and Clinics from 2006 – 2013.

She currently serves as the lead director at Franklin Resources, Inc. She also serves on the board of Directors at Stanford Healthcare, and the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital (vice chair). Ms. Byerwalter is a trustee emerita of the Stanford University Board of Trustees, having served three terms as a trustee between 1992 and 2012. She served as a trustee for SchwabFunds from 2000 to 2015, chairing the Governance Committee for four years. She served on the board of directors of Burlington Capital Group from 1997 until October 2018, and on the board of directors of Redwood Trust, Inc. from 1998 until June, 2020.

Ms. Byerwalter was chief financial officer and vice president for Business Affairs of Stanford University (1996 - 2000), and special assistant to the president through 2001. Prior to this she was an entrepreneur. She was a partner and co-founder of America First Financial Corporation, which raised funds to purchase and turn-around failed savings and loans from the government. Before this she was vice president for Strategic Planning and Corporate Development at BankAmerica Corporation, managing acquisitions and divestitures for BankAmerica.

Pacific Life Responsibilities
Ms. Byerwalter currently serves as chair of Pacific Mutual Holding Company. She serves on the Compensation and Personnel Committee and Governance and Nominating Committee.

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