About Bill Raduchel
Dr. William J. Raduchel is an independent director, angel investor and strategic advisor. He is a director of four public companies (Blackboard, Inc., Chordiant Software, Opera Software and Silicon Image) as well as aha media, Datran Media, ePals and moka5. He is a strategic advisor to Myriad International Holdings, Trion World Network, Virident and vMark. From March of 2004 through June 2006, he was the Chairman of the Board of Ruckus Network, a digital entertainment network for students at colleges and universities over the university network, and from May 2004 through January 2006 he also was chief executive officer. Through 2002 he was executive vice president and chief technology officer of AOL Time Warner,Inc,after earlier being senior vice president and chief technology officer of AOL, where he also served as a strategic advisor after leaving AOL Time Warner. Infoworld named him CTO of the year in 2001. Raduchel joined AOL in September 1999 from Sun Microsystems,Inc.,where he was chief strategy officer and a member of its executive committee. In his eleven years at Sun,he also served as chief information officer,chief financial officer,acting vice president of human resources and vice president of corporate planning and development and oversaw relationships with the major Japanese partners. He was recognized separately as CIO of the year and as best CFO in the computer industry. In addition,he has held senior executive roles at Xerox Corporation and McGraw-Hill,Inc. He is a vice chairman of the National Advisory Board for the Salvation Army (and chairman of its Committee on Business Administration) and a member of the Conference of Business Economists and the Board on Science,Technology and Economic Policy of the National Academy of Sciences. He was a member of the National Academy Committee on Internet Navigation and Domain Name Services and the STEP committee which produced A Patent System for the 21st Century. He has several issued and pending patents. After attending Michigan Technological University, which gave him an honorary doctorate in business in 2002, Raduchel received his B.A. in economics from Michigan State University in 1966,and earned his A.M. (1968) and Ph.D. (1972) degrees in economics at Harvard. At Harvard, he taught economics, econometrics and public policy for ten years and was assistant dean of admissions and financial aids for Harvard and Radcliffe colleges. In both the fall and spring of 2003 he was the Castle Lecturer on Computer Science at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
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