Toni Rembe serves on the boards of AT&T Inc. and AEGON N.V. (an international insurance company headquartered in the Netherlands). She formerly served on the boards of Potlatch Corporation, Transamerica Corporation, Pacific Telesis, Safeco Corporation and APL Ltd. Ms. Rembe is President of the van Loben Sels/Rembe Rock Foundation, a private foundation focusing in the areas of public interest law and direct legal and social service programs, and a Senior Advisor/Retired Partner at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP (formerly Pillsbury Madison & Sutro).

She is a member of the board and past chair of the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, a member of the board and past president of the Commonwealth Club of California (a public affairs forum), and a member of TCG’s National Council for the American Theatre (a national advisory board for nonprofit theatres). She also serves on the business advisory board of UCSF Medical Center and the advisory council of the Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University. She is a former trustee of Mills College and recently stepped down as co-chair of Corporate Women Directors International.

Ms. Rembe did her undergraduate work at the University of Geneva in Switzerland and the University of Washington, and received her law degree from the University of Washington School of Law. In 1961, after receiving a graduate degree in taxation at New York University School of Law, she joined the firm of Chadbourne, Parke, Whiteside & Wolff (now Chadbourne & Parke) in New York. In 1964 she returned to the West Coast and became an associate in the San Francisco firm of Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro, specializing in international law and federal and state taxation. She was admitted to partnership in 1970 and served for many years as the managing partner of the firm’s tax department. In l984, she was elected as one of the five members of Pillsbury’s governing executive committee.