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Jean Wilbur Gleason Stromberg, American lawyer. Bar: California 1969, District of Columbia 1978.


Stromberg, Jean Wilbur Gleason was born on October 31, 1943 in St. Louis. Daughter of Ray Lyman and Martha (Bugbee) W.


Bachelor, Wellesley College, 1965. Juris Doctor cum laude, Harvard University, 1968.


Associate Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison, San Francisco, 1969-1972. Special counsel to director division corporation finance Securities and Exchange Commission, Washington, 1972-1976, associate director division investment management, 1976-1978. Of counsel Fulbright & Jaworski, 1978-1980, partner, 1980-1996.

Director finance institutions and market issues General Accounting Office, 1996-1997. Consultant, since 1997. Member advisory panel on legal issues General Accounting Office, 1992—1996.

Member National Association of Securities Dealers select committee on National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation, 1994—1996. Trustee AARP Intestment Program and AARP Scudder Mutual Funds, 1997—2000. Board directors DWS Mutual Funds., since 2000, Service Source, Inc., 2002—2009, Mutual Fund Directors Forum, 2003—2006.


Director William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, since 2000. Overseer Wellesley Centers Women, 2003-2007. Member American Bar Association (chairman subcommittee on securities and banks, corporation laws committee, business section 1982-1993), District of Columbia Bar Association (chairman steering committee business section 1982-1984), Federal Bar Association (chair executive council, securities committee 1993-1995), American Bar Retirement Association (board directors 1986-1990, 94-96), Phi Beta Kappa.


Married Gerald Kermit Gleason, August 28, 1966 (divorced 1987). Children: Blake Wilbur, Peter Wilbur. Married Kurt Stromberg, January 3, 1993.

1 child, Kristoffer Stromberg.