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Mutter named to SDSU's business college board

The College of Business Administration at San Diego State University announced Monday that Herbert Mutter will join the college’s board of directors.

Mutter is the chief business and financial officer for Two Jinn Inc./Triton Management Services LLC, the parent corporation for Aladdin Bail Bonds.

He previously served as a senior manager for Ernst & Young after earning his Master of Science degree in accountancy in 1990.

“As a former student at the college and an officer at a local company, Herb brings with him the understanding of what students need to help them succeed in the world of business,” said Michael Cunningham, dean of the College of Business Administration. “We are pleased to have Herb join our esteemed board as we seek to work together to find new ways to educate our students and prepare them for the global job market.”

Mutter’s tenure on the board will begin Feb. 15.

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