The Silicon Valley Leadership Group honored NetApp Chairman and Princeton Engineering alumnus Dan Warmenhoven last week for lifetime achievement and contributions to the community.

"Dan Warmenhoven is not only a highly talented and creative technology leader, he is one of Silicon Valley’s finest community leaders," said Carl Guardino, president and CEO of the Leadership Group. "Along with his wife Charmaine, their contributions to the arts, the culture and the needy in Silicon Valley set the standard that each of us should try to emulate."

The group also honored Stanford President John Hennessy. Among the thousand or so Silicon Valley glitterati at the event were California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and senators Dianne Feinstein, and John McCain.

Both Dan and Charmaine Warmenhoven earned their undergraduate degrees from Princeton — his in electrical engineering, hers in psychology. Read more in the Silicon Valley Business Journal and the San Jose Mercury News.

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