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Bruce Eben Pindyck
Bruce Eben Pindyck '71
Chairman and CEO, Meridian Industries, Inc.. Wisconsin
Bruce Eben Pindyck is chairman and CEO of Meridian Industries, Inc., a mid-size manufacturing company with eighteen plants, all of which are located in the United States. He has been the senior operating officer of Meridian since February 1984.
Mr. Pindyck also sits on the advisory board of the PrivateBank in Milwaukee, which recently merged with its Chicago branch, serves as an adviser to a Wisconsin angel investment fund, and is a member of the Wisconsin chapter of the World Presidents’ Organization. Mr. Pindyck has served on the boards of several not-for-profit organizations, including the Milwaukee Public Museum and Junior Achievement.
Mr. Pindyck is an alumnus of Columbia College, Columbia Law School, and Columbia Business School. He served on both Columbia College’s Board of Visitors and the board of the Columbia College Alumni Association for several years, chairing the committee on admissions and financial aid.
His wife Candy is an alumna of Columbia Law School and the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at Columbia University. They have three children, one of whom attended Columbia College.
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