The Focused Ultrasound Surgery Foundation is delighted to welcome two new Council members, Wyndham Robertson of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and Linda Zecher of Keswick, Virginia. The FUSF Council is a group of advisors and advocates that supports the work of the Foundation by providing counsel, organizing cultivation events and helping to raise funds and increase public awareness.
A staff member at FORTUNE Magazine for 25 years, Wyndham Robertson was its first female assistant managing editor. She covered investments, finance and technology. She also served briefly as the business editor of TIME Magazine.
Robertson was the first female vice president of the 16-campus University of North Carolina system. She is an alumna of Hollins University, where she served as a trustee for 31 years and board chair for three. A member of numerous nonprofit and corporate boards, Robertson has been a director of Capital Cities/ABC Inc., The Equitable Companies Inc., Media General Inc. and Wachovia Corporation.
Linda Zecher is corporate vice president of Microsoft's Worldwide Public Sector organization, leading a team of more than 1,900 sales and marketing professionals serving government, education and non-privatized healthcare customers in more than 100 countries. Previously, she was president and CEO of Evolve Corp. and an executive of Bank of America, PeopleSoft and Oracle Corp. Zecher is currently on the boards of the U.S. State Department’s Board for Overseas Schools, the Ohio State University’s Digital Union Advisory Committee and the Emily Couric Leadership Forum. She is a former member of the Intelligence National Security Association and the Virginia Piedmont Technology Council. She is a graduate of Ohio State University.