PRESS RELEASE / ANNOUNCEMENTS Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Laguna Blanca Welcomes New Trustee Hani Zeini

Laguna Blanca School Welcomes New Board Trustee, Hani Zeini

Laguna Blanca School is pleased to announce that Hani Zeini has joined their Board of Trustees.

Hani is a successful business leader with 25 years of experience in the healthcare/life-science arena. In 2006, Hani founded Sientra, a medical device company focused on the Aesthetic and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery markets utilizing implantable silicone technology, and serves as its Chief Executive Officer.

Hani is a 12-year veteran in the Aesthetics and Plastic Surgery market where he previously served as Executive Vice President of Inamed Aesthetics (now Allergan Medical) with responsibility for North America and International markets. He has been directly and deeply involved in this market and its development over the past decade. He pioneered the concept of the Plastic Surgery Ecosystem™ and has been passionately presenting and promoting its principles worldwide.

Hani holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. In 2003, he completed the Stanford Executive Program at Stanford University, Graduate School of Business. Hani serves on the Advisory Board at Image Reborn Foundation in Park City, UT, which is focused on Women “Living beyond Breast Cancer” through a program for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer with focus on encouraging women to reclaim their sense of personal power, and strengthen them in their journey towards healing. Additionally, his company Sientra is a national sponsor of the Breast Reconstruction Awareness campaign commissioned in 2012 to bring awareness of reconstruction options available to women who have experienced breast cancer.

Hani and his wife, Amal, have two children currently attending Laguna Blanca School, Rhami (fifth grade) and Lana (kindergarten). In addition to his service as a Trustee, he also serves on the Board’s Marketing Committee.

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