Corporate Governance Biography
|Introduction | Management & Directors | Committee Composition | Documents|
|H. Nicholas Muller, III|
Dr. H. Nicholas Muller III retired as President & CEO of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation (Scottsdale, AZ and Spring Green, WI) in 2002 after nearly three decades serving as the chief executive officer of four organizations.
Nick earned a BA with honors from Dartmouth College (1960) and a Ph.D. from the University of Rochester (1968), and began his professional career as an Instructor at Dartmouth College and at Mt. Allison University (Sackville, NB, Canada). He joined the faculty of the University of Vermont ("UVM") in 1966 as an Instructor and tenured as a full Professor in 1976. He also served as Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences at UVM. In 1978, Nick went to Colby-Sawyer College as President. In 1985, Nick became Director of the Wisconsin Historical Society, a multi-faceted agency with a staff of nearly two hundred.
He has published over 60 scholarly and popular books and historical articles (winning several prizes) and more than 150 newspaper columns syndicated in Vermont, New York, Virginia and Wisconsin.
In 1996 Nick became President and CEO of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.
In retirement Nick serves as chairman of a local medical center board in New York, manages the Essex Community Foundation, works as Treasurer of the Vermont Historical Society and serves as a Trustee of Fort Ticonderoga, a National Historic Landmark. He continues to publish and lecture widely. He has been a Director of Standex since 1984.
|Nominating & Corporate Governance Committee|
|Retirement Plans Committee|