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James Willard Wolfe

company executive

James Willard Wolfe, American company executive.


Wolfe, James Willard was born on August 7, 1955 in Decatur, Illinois, United States. Son of Dudley Anderson and Barbara (Lampe) Wolfe.


Bachelor of Science, Indiana University, 1977. Master of Business Administration, Indiana University, 1979. Juris Doctor, Indiana University, 1981.


Legislation director Sen. Dan Quayle, Washington, 1981-1983. Corporate Counsel Finalco Capital Corporation, McLean, Virginia, 1983-1985.

Director New Venture Development Corporation, Washington, 1985-1987, vice president, since 1989, Indiana University Foundation, Bloomington, 1987-1989. Dir National Entrepreneurship Foundation, Indianapolis, since 1988, National Supercomputing Foundation, Washington, 1985-1989. Guest lecturer Indiana Executive Program, Washington, 1982, National Entrepreneurship Academy, since 1987.

Lecturer on federal government procurement Certified Auctioneers Institute, since 1988. President The Georgetown Business Center, Washington, 1985-1987. Director New Venture Development Corporation, VentureLease, Inc., Bloomington, Indiana, Bristol Capital Management, Incorporated, New York York City.

President, director Interlink Ent., Inc., since 1989. Consultant in field.


Trustee Indiana University, 1977-1979. Counselor National Institutes of Health Advisory Research Resources Council, Washington, since 1987. Member American Bar Association, Indiana Bar Association, United States Tax Court Bar Association, National Association of College and University Business Officers, Council for Advancement and Support of Education, National Business Incubation Association (founding director), Sigma Phi Epsilon, University Club of Bloomington, Skyline Club of Indianapolis.


Married Bonnie Heineman, April 14, 1984.