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Mr. Jeff Osorio is an alumnus of both SCU undergraduate (class of 1978) and MBA graduate (class of 1984) programs. He is a seasoned financial executive with over twenty-five years of experience with Silicon Valley icons such as Cypress Semiconductor, Silicon Graphics, Spectra-Physics and Atari.
As a financial leader, Mr. Osorio believes that the role of controllership is to protect the assets of the corporation, ensure there is enough cash to sustain the enterprise, and to provide timely and accurate information and insight to make sound business decisions. His practical approach to Corporate Finance and a get-it-done approach have earned him the respect of many Valley executives, including Manny Hernandez, Ed McCracken, Jon Tompkins and Herb Dwight. With a collaborative style and open approach, Mr. Osorio is recognized by peers and staff as a leader who develops and implements strategy and process and builds well-trained, resourceful and committed teams dedicated to the success of the business.
In addition to his work in the corporate world, Mr. Osorio has been on the Accounting Advisory Board and a guest lecturer at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, as well as a member of the Dean’s Advisory Board at Cal Poly. He has also been active at St. Simon Parish in Los Altos on the Parish Finance Council, School Advisory Board and Building Committee. In his spare time, he enjoys coaching youth sports – basketball and baseball, primarily.
Mr. Osorio met his wife of 21 years, Penny, while they attended Santa Clara University together. Their friends from college are godparents and extended family to their two sons: Thomas a freshman at Santa Clara, and James, a freshman at St. Francis High School in Mountain View.