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Manufacturing executive

Steven Dean Furbush, American manufacturing executive. Chairman College Summit, helping economically disadvantaged to enter college, 1995—2005; board directors College Summit, since 2005.

Background

Furbush, Steven Dean was born on November 18, 1958 in Seattle, Washington, United States. Son of Erving Ainsworth and Dorothy (Ranns) Furbush.

Education

Bachelor, University Washington, 1981. Master of Arts, University Maryland, 1988. Doctor of Philosophy, University Maryland, 1990.

Career

Junior economist executive office of president Council Economic Advisers, Washington, 1985-1987. Research economist Securities and Exchange Commission, 1987-1989. Economic advisor to the chairman Commodity Futures Trading Communications, 1989-1990.

Senior economist Economists Inc., 1990-1995. Senior vice president, chief economist National Association Securities Dealers, 1995-2000. Director strategic planning National Association Securities Dealers/National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation Stock Markets, 1997-2000.

Executive vice president National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation Transaction Services, 2000—2003. Chief operating officer FreshDirect, LLC, 2003—2004, Chief Executive Officer, 2004—2006. President College Summit, Washington.

Adjunct professor economics Virginia Polytech. Institute and State University, 1990-1992. Research associate Center Naval Analyses, Alexandria, Virginia, 1982-1985.

Membership

Chairman College Summit, helping economically disadvantaged to enter college, 1995—2005. Board directors College Summit, since 2005.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: tennis, skiing.

Connections

Married Helen Rae Holcomb, September 13, 1980. Children: Julie Rae, Jamie Lynne, Lauren Dean, Ross Alan.

father:
Erving Ainsworth Furbush

mother:
Dorothy (Ranns) Furbush

spouse:
Helen Rae Holcomb

child:
Julie Rae Furbush

child:
Lauren Dean Furbush

child:
Ross Alan Furbush

child:
Jamie Lynne Furbush