Class of 2007
Annette Mulee has over 35 years’ experience as an attorney and business person. She currently serves on the board of directors of Hemex Health, Inc., a privately held Oregon company that provides a low-cost, simple diagnostic platform for malaria and sickle cell disease, and of Storm Connect, Inc. a privately held Oregon company that produces storm tracking devices. Annette previously was a member of the board of directors of CollegeNET, Inc, a privately held Oregon company providing web-based on-demand technologies to colleges, universities, and non-profits. Annette also was Vice President and General Counsel at RadiSys Corporation (Nasdaq: RSYS), an Oregon provider of high performance software and integrated systems for the telecommunications industry, where she focused on acquisitions.
During her legal career, Annette practiced as an outsourced general counsel for high-tech private companies, providing strategic legal advice and counseling clients on venture capital and other financings, licensing and distribution arrangements, strategic alliances with larger companies, and acquisitions. She also was a partner at two large law firms in Portland, Oregon – Stoel Rives and Perkins Coie – where she focused on high-tech clients, specializing in venture financing, licensing and distribution arrangements, strategic alliances, and mergers and acquisitions for both private and public companies.
In the non-profit sector, Annette has served on the board of trustees of the Portland State University Foundation – where she chaired the Strategic Planning Committee, the Driftwood Library Foundation, and the Multnomah County Library Foundation, where she still serves.
Before law school, Annette was an economist with Conoco, Inc. She holds a JD from Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College, an MBA from Columbia University Graduate School of Business and a BA in economics from Cornell University.