Charles Holloway

Charles A. Holloway, an expert in entrepreneurship, manufacturing strategy and technology, was appointed to SRI International’s board of directors in 2003.

Holloway has been a faculty member of the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University since 1968 and has served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. In 1990, he founded the Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing (formerly Stanford Integrated Manufacturing Association), a cooperative venture of the Graduate School of Business, School of Engineering, and industrial firms. Currently, he is a founding co-director of the Stanford Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, and his research has contributed to the Stanford Global Supply Chain Forum. Holloway serves on the board of directors of Escalate, Axicon and Save the Redwoods.

Prior to his career in education, Holloway was Assistant to the Technical Director of the Naval Reactors Branch of the Atomic Energy Commission and a senior engineer at Bechtel Corporation. He now serves on the boards of Save the Redwoods. He has also served on the boards of start-up companies, private companies, and public companies.

Holloway is a co-author of numerous business publications. He holds a Ph.D. and M.S. from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a B.S.E.E. from the University of California, Berkeley.