Paul Storey has been at the helm of the Cal Poly Pomona Foundation (the Foundation) since 1995. He previously served as the Assistant Vice President of Business Services at Clemson University and as Campus Stores Manager at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
As the Executive Director of the Foundation, Mr. Storey serves on the Cal Poly Pomona (CPP) University President’s Cabinet and has also participated on multiple campus committees such as: CPP Capital Planning Committee, CPP Campus Master Plan Committee, CPP Student Housing Master Plan Committee, the CPP Strategic Planning Committee, and on the California State University (CSU) Land Development Review Committee for the Chancellor’s Office. He has also served on the National Association of College Auxiliary Services (NACAS) Western Region Board of Directors.
Paul Storey presented at a two-day workshop at the Western Association of College and University Business Officers (WACUBO) on Public Private Partnerships for Facilities. As a longtime member of the AOA Executive Committee, and former Chair of the Commercial Shops Committee, he has presented at several AOA Annual Conferences regarding Faculty/Staff Housing Programs and Post-Retirement Medical Plans.
Paul’s business acumen has brought the Foundation national recognition for its work in P3 (Public Private Partnerships) for Innovation Village - a premier corporate research and technology park on the CPP campus that provides unique opportunities for businesses to collaborate with university researchers, students, and administration.
The Foundation also won numerous awards in 2015 for its new microbrewery, Innovation Brew Works (IBW). The student laboratory and café crafts an education by employing students to create the brews and menu items and received the National Association of College and University Food Services (NACUFS) Loyal Horton Dining Awards Grand Prize. IBW also won Best New Facility Award by Food Management Magazine and the NACAS Innovative Achievement in Auxiliary Services Award.
In 2014 Foundation Dining Services debuted the first Food Truck to partner with Starbucks and won the NACAS Innovative Use of Technology Award, enhancing customer experience with Bluetooth and wireless devices and NACUFS awarded the Poly Trolley with its First Place in Dining. That year the Foundation-run Bronco Bookstore won the Facebook All-Star Award by Connect2One.
Mr. Storey received his BS in Business Administration and a two-year certificate in Management from the University of Tennessee.
Senior Managing Director and Chief Financial Officer
David Prenovost is a graduate of California State University, Long Beach, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and is licensed as a Certified Public Accountant in the State of California. Mr. Prenovost has served as Chief Financial Officer of Cal Poly Pomona Foundation since January 2000 and is responsible for financial, budgetary, capital and project accounting, cash forecasts, bond financing and covenants, investments and risk management issues. From 1994 to 1999, he served as the Director of Finance and Accounting for California State University, Long Beach Foundation. Mr. Prenovost previously served at Colonial Bank/California Mortgage Service as Assistant Vice President/Controller of Colonial Bank and subsidiary Colonial Bankcorp and with public accounting firms services a number of industries ranging from retail to manufacturing and construction.
Director of Enterprise Accounting/Financial Reporting
An Ohio native, Sue earned her BS/BA degree in Business Administration/Accounting from Ohio State University. After college, she travelled with her husband and settled for a time in Connecticut and secured a position with the Condec Corporation.
A few years later, Sue and her husband headed west to Phillips Ranch, CA, where they have lived for 29 years and raised two daughters. Sue held the position of Senior Accountant at Fresh Start Bakeries and handled branch operations in Europe, South America, and domestically, before joining the Cal Poly Pomona Foundation family in June, 2005.
Chief Employment Officer
Mr. Miller joined the Cal Poly Pomona Foundation in March 2006 as its Director of Human Resources. Mr. Miller has extensive experience in the field of human resources in both for profit and not for profit organizations. Prior to joining the Foundation, Mr. Miller served as the Director of Human Resources for California State University, Fresno Auxiliary Corporation’s providing human resources services to 5 separate auxiliary corporations. Mr. Miller was the former Vice President of Human Resources for Investor’s Business Daily, a newspaper designed specifically to assist individual investors, and was also formerly the Vice President of Human Resources for Systems Management Specialist, an information technology outsourcing firm. Additionally, Mr. Miller served his country for 20 years in the U.S. Marine Corps in a variety of roles. Mr. Miller is a graduate of Chapman University, located in Orange, CA, with a Master’s of Science in Human Resources Management, and is also certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources through the Human Resources Certification Institute.
Dining Services - Director
Southern California native Aaron Neilson obtained his degree in Culinary Arts at Western Culinary Institute and in Business Administration at Strayer University in Washington DC. Aaron has worked on several college campuses since 1992, including the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Loyola Marymount University, The Claremont Colleges, Chapman University, and the University of La Verne. Aaron resides with his wife and daughters in Alta Loma.
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Director of Real Estate Development
Sandy joined the Foundation in January 2008 as its Director, Real Estate Development. Prior to her position with the Foundation, she owned and operated Sterling Asset Services, Inc., a real estate consulting and asset management business for 9 years. Her career started with Catellus Development after graduating with a degree in business from CSUF where she continues to be active, sitting on the advisory board of the Real Estate Land Use Institute. Sandy is a Certified Property Manager as well as a licensed Realtor. Sandy is active in the commercial real estate community holding membership in NAR, CAR, IREM and RCAOC. She is the past president of the Orange County Chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management which was honored with the 5 Star Chapter award under her leadership and she has lectured and taught in the field of real estate management and development for many years.
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Managing Director and Bookstore Services Director
Clint Aase joined the Cal Poly Pomona Foundation Inc. in March 2002 as General Merchandise Manager. He later moved to assistant director before being promoted to Bookstore Director. Clint graduated from CSUF with a BA in Business Administration. He also brought nearly 20 years of retail and wholesale sales experience and perspective to the Bronco Bookstore.
His award-winning ad campaigns for IBM, Intel and Hewlett Packard have graced the pages of the country's top magazines. He was once at the helm of these client's advertising and marketing promotions, which encompass direct mail, internet, yellow pages, print and radio campaign. He has also designed larger than life billboards around Los Angeles. He has successfully taken these companies advertising to a new level by initiating ad and branding campaigns geared towards increasing the company's profitability. A graduate of the University of Santo Tomas, Edwin has the unique ability to single-handedly develop a marketing concept, present, research, write and personally execute these ideas using technology-based graphic design programs. To date, Edwin has received nine advertising awards from national and international advertising and design organizations.
Director of Information Technology
Randall Townsend has over 30 years experience working with computer systems in a variety of industries. His diverse background includes implementing ATM technology and WAN communications for Home Savings, automating and programming software for television game shows including “The Price is Right” and “Family Feud”, and developing enterprise messaging, managing network infrastructure, and facilitating company-wide technology projects for Simpson Investment Company. Randall earned a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer credential while participating in usability studies and think tanks for Microsoft while living in Seattle. In the non-profit sector, he has worked for the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum, the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, and as a board member of the Lassen Park Foundation. Randall has a Bachelor’ degree from the University of California, Los Angeles, and an Associate’s degree from Pierce College. He maintains certifications as a Project Management Professional with PMI, and as a Strategic Project Leader. Randall joined the Cal Poly Pomona Foundation in April 2006. He enjoys fly-fishing, gardening, and traveling with his wife Karen.
Kellogg West Conference Center Lodge Director
Cameron joined the Cal Poly Pomona Foundation in September, 2006 as the Director of Rooms Operations for Kellogg West Conference Center and in September of 2008 he assumed his present position as Director, Kellogg West Conference Center & Hotel. A 1979 graduate of Western Michigan University, Cameron’s 28-year hospitality management career has included independent hotel properties as well as major brands including Hilton Hotels, Holiday Inn and Westin Hotels. He has held a wide range of hospitality positions including Sales Manager, Director of Sales and Marketing, Director of Hotel Operations, Director of Six Sigma, Destination Services Executive Director, Resident Hotel Manager and General Manager. Outside of his hospitality career Cameron is an avid trout fisherman, home builder and DIY remodeling enthusiast, past California licensed real estate agent and motorcycle enthusiast. A native of Illinois, U. S. Army Veteran and dedicated family man, Cameron presently resides with his wife La Ree in Covina, CA.
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Ms. McLoughlin received a BA from Niagara University. She has been an Executive Assistant for over 15 years in real estate, architecture, venture capital, startups and higher education. A native New Yorker, she has also lived in Boston, Portland, OR and Oakland, CA. She now enjoys the sunny weather of Southern California.