Alfred R. Berkeley, III

Business Board

Alfred R. Berkeley, III

Mr. Alfred Berkeley holds a B.A. from the University of Virginia and received his M.B.A. from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He served as a Captain in the United States Air Force from 1968 to 1972.

Mr. Berkeley joined Alex. Brown & Sons Incorporated in 1972 as a research analyst. He became general partner of Alex. Brown in 1983. From 1985 to 1987, he served as Head of Information Services for the firm. In that capacity, he was responsible for all corporate information services, including the firm's back office and front office technology. Mr. Berkeley then moved on to Alex. Brown's Merger and Acquisition department, where from 1987 to 1989 he developed the firm's technology practice. He became managing director and senior banker in the corporate finance department where he financed computer software and electronic commerce companies. After serving as Alex. Brown and Sons' Chief Information Officer, he became CEO of a public telecommunications software company.

In 1996, he was named President of Nasdaq where he focused the market's resources on transforming
traditional practices into more efficient digital paradigms. Mr. Berkeley retired from Nasdaq in 2003.

Mr. Berkeley is a trustee of the Johns Hopkins University and the Nature Conservancy. He serves on the National Infrastructure Assurance Council, a post to which George W. Bush appointed him. He is a trustee of the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute.

Mr. Berkeley served as CEO of Pipeline Financial Group, and as a board member of Johns Hopkins University, the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, the World Economic Forum USA, XBRL US, XBRL International, the Nature Conservancy, Webex Communications, Safeguard Scientifics, Policy Management Systems Corporation, Allen University, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, The Episcopal High School in Virginia, the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute and Computer Language Research.

Additionally, he was a member of the President's National Infrastructure Advisory Council, the National Academies' committee on Scientific Communications and National Security, the evaluation committee for the National Medal of Technology and Innovation, the Secretary of Energy's working group on "Big Science," the Department of Education's working group on Mathematics and the Chief of Staff of the Army's working group on the soldier of the future.

He serves currently as Chairman of Princeton Capital Management, Vice Chair of Security First Corp., and Vice Chair of Gentag, Inc, board member of Realpage, Inc. and as board member of several other private companies and non-profits.

He is married to Muriel VanDusen Berkeley, PhD., and they are the parents of three daughters.