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Albright College Board of Trustees Handbook

Introduction

This Board of Trustees’ Directory is designed to enhance communications and your awareness of how our Board of Trustees works. The organizational chart provides an overview of Board of Trustees’ structure For your ready reference, this directory contains contact and biographical information about current Trustees and Trustees Emeriti, the Bylaws, as well as the Statements of Responsibility for each of the Board Committees, the current membership of Committees, and all meeting and key dates for the College.

The Board Chair and President are assigned to the Executive committee only, but are free to attend all meetings, as are all trustees. Trustees Emeriti are invited to attend all meetings of the Board of Trustees and its committees but will not necessarily be assigned to any one committee.

New trustees will be assigned to one or two committees by the Board Chair after conferring with the Committee on Trusteeship and Governance. These assignments are normally for a period of at least two years. Trustees who have a strong interest in serving on particular committees should make those preferences known to the Board Chair.

Trustees Code of Conduct

The Code of Conduct of the Board of Trustees of Albright College shall be distributed to potential Board members prior to being elected to the Board of Trustees. They shall review and agree to abide by this Code of Conduct by signing this form. Each trustee shall sign a Code of Conduct form provided annually by the Secretary of the Board of Trustees at the same time as the Conflict of Interest form is distributed.

The responsibilities of trustees of the Board of Trustees include:

  • To become familiar with, committed to, and abide by the major responsibilities and duties of the Board of Trustees as set out in the Bylaw
  • To devote time to learn how the College functions—its uniqueness, strengths, and needs.
  • To accept the spirit of academic freedom and shared governance as fundamental characteristics of College governance.
  • To prepare carefully for, regularly attend, and actively participate in Board of Trustees meetings and committee assignments.
  • To vote and speak according to one’s individual conviction, yet to be willing to support the majority decision of the Board of Trustees and work with fellow Board of Trustees’ members in a spirit of cooperation.
  • To maintain confidentiality when called for, and to avoid acting as spokesperson for the entire Board of Trustees unless specifically authorized to do so. The Board of Trustees will speak with one voice, and that is the Chairperson’s.
  • To support the College fundraising efforts through personal giving in accordance with one’s means (both annual and capital drives), and to be willing to share in the solicitation of others.
  • To understand the role of the Board of Trustees as a policy‑making body and to avoid participation in the administration of policy.
  • To understand that the President is the exclusive agent of the Board of Trustees in the conduct of all College affairs.
  • To learn and consistently use designated institutional channels when conducting Board of Trustees’ business.
  • To refrain from actions and involvements that might prove embarrassing to the College and to resign if such actions or involvements develop.
  • To make judgments always on the basis of what is best for the College as a whole and for the advancement of higher education rather than to serve special interests.
  • To maintain open lines of communications between the Board of Trustees and affiliated organizations (i.e. the Alumni Association of Albright College and the United Methodist Church), and encourage the informative exchange of relevant matters of interest and concern to each body. The Chairperson of the Board of Trustees or the Chairperson’s designee will communicate on behalf of the Board of Trustees.
  • To support the Mission and Vision of the College and those it serves. This accountability supersedes any conflicting loyalty such as that to advocacy or interest groups and membership on other boards or staffs. This accountability supersedes the personal interests of any Board of Trustees’ member.
  • To assume personal responsibility for all expenses related to attending meetings and carrying out the responsibilities of Trusteeship.

Bylaws of Albright College (dated October 27, 2017)

Board Weekend Meeting Dates:

2017

2018

  • Friday, January 26 & Saturday, January 27, 2018
  • Friday, May 4 & Saturday, May 5, 2018
  • Summer Retreat: Friday, July 13, 2018
  • Annual Meeting: Friday, Oct. 19 & Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018

2019

  • Friday, January 25 & Saturday, January 26, 2019
  • Friday, May 3 & Saturday, May 4, 2019
  • Summer Retreat: Friday, July 12, 2019
  • Annual Meeting: Friday, Oct. 18 & Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019

2020

  • Friday, January 24 & Saturday, January 25, 2020
  • Friday, May 1 & Saturday, May 2, 2020
  • Summer Retreat: Friday, July 17, 2020
  • Annual Meeting: Friday, Oct. 16 & Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020

Albright College Board of Trustees 2017-18

Jeffrey “Jeff” J. Joyce ’83 (Cynthia)
Private Investor
Atlanta, GA
Chair, Board of Trustees
Ex officio, all committees


Education
B.S., Albright College, 1983
M.B.A., Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University, 1985

Religious Affiliation
United Methodist


13th & Bern Streets
P.O. Box 15234
Reading, PA 19612-5234
Ph: 610-921-7600
Fax: 610-921-7737


Jeffrey J. Joyce has been a strategic investor in multiple acquisitive private and public companies since 1994.  Some of these investments have included food related businesses (Packerland Packing Company, Corporate Brand Foods America, IBP, Swift & Co. and Coleman Natural Foods), retail automotive and commercial freight & logistics businesses (Summit Automotive and Northland Services), and recreation, sports and leisure businesses (Booth Creek Resort Properties and the Montreal Canadians).  Jeffrey has been an active investor in these businesses and an officer and/or director responsible for acquisition negotiation and due diligence, structuring debt and mezzanine financing and working with management teams on strategy development and implementation.  In addition, was an officer of Booth Creek Management (a private company owned by George N. Gillett, Jr.) and its predecessors from 1988 – 2012.

Prior to 1988, Jeffrey worked as commercial banker in Texas.  In 2011, he and his wife, Cynthia, formed the Joyce Family Foundation, a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) private charitable organization.  Jeffrey lives in Marietta, Ga., with his wife, Cindy, and their two children, Meghan, and Patrick.

Kathleen C. Hittner, M.D. ’69 (Barry)
Health Insurance Commissioner (retired)
State of Rhode Island
Warwick, RI
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: October 2007
Vice Chair, Board of Trustees
Vice Chair, Executive Committee
Academic Affairs Committee
Advancement Committee
Trusteeship & Governance Committee


Professional and Community Affiliations
Emeritus Clinical Professor of Surgery, Department of Anesthesiology, Brown Alpert Medical School
Member, Board of Directors:
– Greenwood Credit Union
– Rhode Island Commodores
– Providence Public Library

Education
B.S., Albright College, 1969
M.D., Tufts University School of Medicine, 1973
Residency, Georgetown University Hospital, 1976

Religious Affiliation
Catholic


Kathleen C. Hittner, M.D., moved to Rhode Island with her husband to begin her long tenure as a clinician and administrator. In October 2012, she retired from her position as senior vice president for community health and perioperative for the Lifespan system.

Previously, she was the president and chief executive officer of The Miriam Hospital in Providence, R.I., for more than nine years. She has been on the faculty of Brown Medical School since 1979, where she is currently Emeritus clinical professor of surgery in anesthesiology. She has been active in state medical organizations serving as president of both the Rhode Island Society of Anesthesiologists and Rhode Island Medical Society.

Dr. Hittner was nominated by the Governor and approved by Rhode Island Senate to be the Health Insurance Commissioner for the state of Rhode Island.  She began her role in August 2013.

Ross D. Miller, Esq. ’83 (Lori)
President and CEO
Hanover Fire & Casualty Insurance Company
Conshohocken, PA
Secretary, Board of Trustees
Executive Committee
Chair, Property, Land and Equipment Subcommittee
Advancement Committee
Audit Committee
Finance Committee
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: May 2011
Eligible for Reelection: May 2017


Professional and Community Affiliations
Chairman, Insurance Federation of Pennsylvania Board of Directors
Member, Boystown Jerusalem Mid-Atlantic Region Board of Directors
Member, Green Valley Country Club Board of Governors
Member, Inc. Magazine Business Owners Council

Education
B.S., Albright College, 1983
J.D., The John Marshall Law School, 1986

Religious Affiliation
Jewish


Ross D. Miller, Esq., is the president of Hanover Fire and Casualty Insurance Company in Conshohocken, Pa. Ross is the third generation of his family to operate this property casualty carrier. He purchased the company in 2002. Prior to purchasing the company, he held the title of vice president/general counsel for Hanover Fire and Casualty, and for his family’s other company, Life and Health Insurance Company of America. Prior to joining his family’s businesses, he was a tax consultant in Ernst and Whinney’s Chicago, Ill., office.

After graduating from Albright College with a bachelor’s degree in accounting in 1983, Ross earned a juris doctor degree from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Ill., in 1986. It was there that he met his wife Lori who also earned a juris doctor degree in 1986. Ross and Lori currently reside in Lafayette Hill, Pa. They have two children, Rachel, and David.

Tiffenia D. Archie, Ph.D. ’92
Assistant Vice President, IDEAL
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA
Student Affairs Committee
Property, Land and Equipment Subcommittee
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: January 2017
Eligible for Reelection: May 2020


Professional and Community Affiliations
Member, Association of Black Women in Higher Education (ABWHE)
Member, National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME)
Member, Pennsylvania Association for Multicultural Education (PA-NAME),
Member, National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education (NADOHE)
Member, Pennsylvania Association for Liaisons and Officers of Multicultural Affairs (PALOMA)
Member, American Association for Access, Equity, and Diversity (AAAED)

Education
B.A., Albright College, 1992
Ph.D., Temple University, 2003

Religious Affiliation
Muslim


Tiffenia “Tiff” Archie ’92 received a bachelor of arts in Psychology and Sociology from Albright College and a doctorate in Sociology from Temple University where she was awarded a Future Faculty Fellowship.

In 1994, Tiff began working in the Ronald McNair Faculty-in-Training Program preparing undergraduates for graduate school where she remained until she joined the Albright Community in 1999 as the Director of Academic Support, Disability Support, and Minority Retention. She was promoted to Assistant Academic Dean in 2001 and in this capacity she implemented the still utilized early warning system to aid in the identification and retention of at-risk students.

In 2007, she became the Director of Faculty Recruitment and Retention in Temple University’s newly formed Office of Multicultural Affairs, later renamed the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, Advocacy and Leadership (IDEAL). After eight years in this capacity, she was promoted to Assistant Vice President in the Office of IDEAL and currently overseas diversity and inclusion initiatives for the campus community. She also teaches courses in sociology and education, including Introduction to Sociology; American Ethnicity; Race and Racism; Race, Class, and Gender; Statistics; and Diversity Issues in Higher Education. She was the 2010 Recipient of the Outstanding Leader in Education Award presented by the Association of Black Women in Higher Education.

In her free time, Tiff enjoys watching sports, volunteering in her community, and traveling.

Terrence R. Curtin, CPA ’90
Chief Executive Officer
TE Connectivity
Lititz, PA
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: October 2011
Eligible for Reelection: May 2020


Education
B.S., Accounting, Albright College, 1990

Religious Affiliation
Roman Catholic


Terrence Curtin is chief executive officer of TE Connectivity, a $12 billion global technology leader in connectivity and sensor solutions that enable a safer, greener, smarter and more connected world. Each day more than 7,000 TE engineers across the globe collaborate with customers to solve their toughest problems and turn ideas into innovations that move the world forward – from autonomous vehicles, next generation aircraft and smart factories to advanced medical devices and connected homes.

Prior to assuming the role of Chief Executive Officer of the company in March 2017, Mr. Curtin served as TE’s President, where he was responsible for all of the company’s connectivity and sensor businesses, as well as mergers & acquisition activities. In March 2016, he was elected to the Board of Directors. Mr. Curtin also previously led TE’s Industrial Solutions segment, which includes the company’s Energy; Industrial; Aerospace, Defense and Marine and Medical business units. Prior to his role as leader of Industrial Solutions, Mr. Curtin served as TE’s Chief Financial Officer, and as the company’s Corporate Controller. Before joining TE Connectivity, Mr. Curtin was employed by Arthur Andersen LLP.

Mr. Curtin holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Albright College.

In his spare time he enjoys tennis and golf. He and his wife, Robin, have three sons and reside in Lititz, PA

Nanette F. Cutrona ’74 (Salvatore ’73)
Civic Leader
Mohnton, PA
Executive Committee
Advancement Committee
Finance Committee
Property, Land and Equipment Subcommittee
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: January 2009
Eligible for Reelection: May 2018


Education
B. A., Albright College, 1974
Ursinus College
Post graduate studies in Italian
West Chester University
Post graduate studies in Spanish and Italian

Religious Affiliation
Roman Catholic


Nanette Cutrona spent 22 years in the travel industry and was instrumental in founding Boscov’s Corporate Travel Program. She attended Ursinus College for post-graduate studies in Italian, and West Chester University for postgraduate studies in Spanish and Italian.

She has two sons: Dante Cristo, 28, an attorney; and Salvatore Jr., a student at Suffolk University Law School. She takes pleasure in traveling with her husband, Salvatore Sr., and her sons, and enjoys cooking, researching, and exploring her Italian heritage and restoring her Berks County farmhouse.

Dwight Davis ’97 (Kenya)
Assistant Principal
Wheatley Education Campus
Washington, DC
Student Affairs Committee
Honorary Degree Advisory Group
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: January 2016
Eligible for Reelection: May 2019


Education
Master of Divinity & Master of Arts in Education, Princeton Theological Seminary, 2015
B.A., Albright College, 1997

Religious Affiliation
Baptist


The Reverend Dwight Davis was selected as a 2015 Mary Jane Patterson Fellow and currently serves as Resident Principal at Wittier Education Campus in Washington, D.C. He is a ten-year veteran teacher and proud product of the District of Columbia Public Schools. For over a decade, Davis has served the District of Columbia Public Schools as a fifth grade teacher, English and Language Arts Coach, home visits coordinator, teacher lead and Assistant Principal. Now serving as the Resident Principal of Wittier, Davis is working to partner with parents and the community in an effort to continue to raise achievement levels. As both a teacher and administrator, he is most passionate about the need for, and use of, culturally and contextually relevant texts in reading instruction.

Prior to his teaching career, Davis played both professional and semi-professional basketball in the United States and abroad.

Richard A. Ehst ’68 (Angela)
“Dick”

President and COO
Customers Bank
Wyomissing, PA
Executive Committee
Chair, Enrollment Management Committee
Finance Committee
Investment Subcommittee
Property, Land & Equipment Subcommittee
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: October 2010
Eligible for Reelection: May 2019


Professional and Community Affiliations
Board of Directors:
Customers Bank
Our City Reading
United Way of Berks County
Riverplace Development Corporation
Opportunity House
Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Berks Economic Partnership
Berks County Workforce Investment Board

Education
Albright College, 1968
Moravian College, 1970
Advanced Commercial Bank Program Graduate, Graduate School of Business at Columbia University, 1973 and 1979

Religious Affiliation
Roman Catholic


Richard A. Ehst is president and chief operating officer of Customers Bank and Customers Bancorp.

Prior to this role, he served as executive vice president, Commercial Middle Market, Mid-Atlantic Division, Sovereign Bank. He served as Sovereign’s regional president for Berks County from 2004-2009, and as managing director of corporate communications from 2000-2004.

Prior to joining Sovereign Bank, Dick was an independent consultant to more than 70 financial institutions in the mid-Atlantic region, including Sovereign, where he provided guidance on regulatory matters, mergers and acquisitions, and risk management. As a consultant to Sovereign, he worked with the Commercial Development Group to identify and develop corporate and municipal business relationships for the bank. Dick began his career in banking in 1968 following his service as a U.S. Marine during the Vietnam War. He is an honored member of Whos Who Worldwide and has been the recipient of community service awards from more than 20 civic organizations over the past 30 years.

He is married to Angela Ehst and has five daughters and ten grandchildren. Dicks passions are his family, economic development and mentoring.

Jacquelyn S. Fetrow, Ph.D. ’82 (Brian A. Kell) “Jacque”
President
Albright College
Reading, PA
President
Ex officio, all committees
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: October 2014
Eligible for Reelection: May 2017


Professional and Community Affiliations
Secretary/Treasurer, Protein Society
Board of Directors, QuantumBio, Inc.
Editorial Board, PLoS Computational Biology
Editorial Board, Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics
Academic Council of the Virginia BIO Board of Directors

Education
B.S., Albright College, 1982
Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University, 1986

Religious Affiliation
No traditional affiliation


Dr. Jacquelyn S. Fetrow assumed the role of Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at the University of Richmond in 2014. As Provost, Dr. Fetrow serves as the University’s chief academic officer with responsibilities that include oversight of the University’s academic mission, tenure and promotion processes, and budget planning. She works closely with the academic deans of the five schools and serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet. Jacque resides in Richmond, Virginia with her husband, Brian A. Kell.

Robert M. Ford, CPA ’81 (Patty)
“Bob”

Partner (retired)
Ernst & Young LLP (EY)
Philadelphia, PA
Executive Committee
Chair, Audit Committee
Finance Committee
Student Affairs Committee
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: May 2014
Eligible for Reelection: May 2017


Professional and Community Affiliations
Member of the Pennsylvania and American Institutes of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA and AICPA)

Education
B.S., Accounting, Albright College, 1981

Religious Affiliation
Roman Catholic


Robert M. Ford, CPA ’81 is a retired partner in Ernst & Young LLP (EY), a global professional services firm. He started with EY in the Reading, Pa., office in 1981, and later spent three years in the firm’s national office in New York before being named Office Managing Partner in EY’s Central Pennsylvania office in Harrisburg, Pa. He currently is an assurance partner in EY’s Philadelphia office, and he serves as the global coordinating partner for several public and private audit clients. Bob is a member of the Wilson High School, Albright College and Berks County Athletic Halls of Fame. His interests include golf and reading. Bob lives in Lititz, Pa with his wife Patty, and has two grown children.

Mark T. Gallagher, ESQ. ’78 (Susan)
Attorney
Weber, Gallagher, Simpson, Stapleton, Fires & Newby, LLP
Philadelphia, PA
Advancement Committee
Finance Committee
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: October 2010
Eligible for Reelection: May 2019


Professional and Community Affiliations
Member, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and American Bar Associations
Commissioner on the Upper Moreland Township Civil Service Commission where he has been the chair, co-chair and secretary.
Legal representative of the Upper Moreland Township Historical Commission.

Education
B.A., Albright College, 1978, cum laude
J.D., Widener University Law School, 1984 cum laude

Religious Affiliation
Roman Catholic


Mark T. Gallagher, Esq., is a founding member of Weber Gallagher. Founded in 1991, the firm has grown from four to more than 100 lawyers with offices in four states. Mark has extensive experience counseling employers and business entities in the defense of workers’ compensation and liability claims.

His matters include general casualty, premises and construction. Mark is a litigator who appears in state and federal courts in Pennsylvania. Mark has achieved an “AV Preeminent” rating from his peers as reported by Martindale-Hubbell. They have also selected him as a “2013” Top Rated Lawyer in Construction Law.” In 2011-2016, Mark was recognized by the publisher of the Pennsylvania edition of Super Lawyers magazine as being among the top five percent of practitioners in his practice specialty within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Mark is married with four children. He has served as a director and coach in Little League baseball, soccer and basketball. He also holds a private pilot’s license and is an open ocean certified scuba diver.

Kathleen J. Grant, M.D. ’72
Surgeon (retired)
Three Rivers Cardiac, Inc.
Canonsburg, PA
Chair, Honorary Degree Advisory Group
Academic Affairs Committee
Trusteeship & Governance Committee


Professional and Community Affiliations
Past Member, Society of Thoracic Surgeons
Past President, Pittsburgh Thoracic Surgeons Society
Past Fellow, American College of Surgeons
Past Director, American Heart Association of Allegheny County

Education
B.S., Albright College, 1972
M.D., Jefferson Medical College, 1976


Kathleen J. Grant, M.D., practiced general thoracic, peripheral, and adult cardiac surgery and was a member of the medical staffs of Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh, North Hills Passavant Hospital, Butler Hospital, St. Clair Hospital and Washington Hospital of Washington, Pa. During her medical career she was a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, board member of the Pittsburgh chapter of the American Heart Association, guest lecturer of the Duquesne University College of Allied Health Sciences, and co-chairperson of the Mercy Heart Institute fundraiser, “Heartsounds.” After completing a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry at Albright, Kathy attended Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia graduating with the Bicentennial class. Following a five-year general surgical residency at Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh and a cardiovascular and thoracic residency at the University of Virginia, Kathy became one of the first 20 women to become a Diplomat of the American Board of Thoracic Surgeons. She received an Alumni Citation Award in 1985 and a Distinguished Alumna Award in 2005.

Now retired, Kathleen is active in preserving the history of the glass industry in Western Pennsylvania through service on the board of directors of the National Duncan Glass Society. She also volunteers at the Duncan and Miller Glass Museum, Washington, Pa., and edits the quarterly Journal of the Society.

Jeffrey W. Griffiths ’73 (Jean)
President & CEO (retired)
Lumber Liquidators, Inc.
Lansdale, PA
Executive Committee
Chair, Advancement Committee
Vice Chair, Investment Subcommittee
Enrollment Management Committee


Professional and Community Affiliations
Executive Chairman, Champion Window Manufacturer
Board of Directors, Dealer Tire, LLC, 2011-2014
Board of Directors, Philadelphia Academies, Inc.
Chairman of the Board of the PSPCA
Board of Directors, Lumber Liquidators, 2006-2011
Board of Directors, Electronics Boutique
Holdings Corporation 2001-2005
Board of Directors, THQ., 2005-2013

Education
B.A., Albright College, 1973
M.B.A., Temple University, 1992


Jeffrey W. Griffiths served as the president and CEO of Lumber Liquidators, a national retailer of hardwood flooring, from 2006 until his retirement in December 2011. From 2001 to 2005 he was the president and CEO of Electronics Boutique, a global retailer of video games. Jeff and his wife, Jean, live in Worcester, Pa., with their sons, Matthew and Steven.

Josephine A. Gruber ’10 (Scott)
Vice President of Customer Relations
Santander
Reading, PA
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: May 2014
Eligible for Reelection: May 2017


Professional and Community Affiliations
Former Member, Board of Directors
United Way of Berks County
Board of Directors, Berks Encore

Education
B.S., Albright College, 2010

Religious Affiliation
Lutheran


Josephine “JoAnn” A. Gruber has worked at Santander–formerly Sovereign Bank–for more than 20 years. In 1996, she was hired as an executive assistant to the chief operating officer, and has worked her way up the corporate ladder to vice president of corporate complaints. In her current position, JoAnn manages the daily operations of the corporate complaints team, which is responsible for responding to customers’ concerns directed to regulators, consumer advocate agencies, and Santander’s executives. Prior to joining the team at Santander, she worked at Meridian Bank in the small business administration lending department.

In 2012, JoAnn and her husband, Scott, co-chaired the United Way of Berks County’s campaign, raising more than $9.2 million for the organization. She is a former member of the United Way of Berks County’s board of directors, and is a current board member and treasurer of Berks Encore. Additionally, she serves on their marketing committee.

In 2010, she graduated from Albright College’s Degree Completion Program, magna cum laude, with a bachelor of science degree in business administration.

She currently resides in Shoemakersville, Pa., with her husband, Scott. They have six children, three each from previous marriages, and five grandchildren.

Daniel B. Huyett, Esq. (Ellen) “Dan”
Attorney
Stevens & Lee
Reading, PA
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: August 2015
Eligible for Reelection: May 2018


Professional and Community Affiliations
Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers
Past President and Former Director, Berks County Bar Association
Former Director, Law Foundation of Berks County
Member, Pennsylvania Bar Association; Judicial Independence Committee
Trustee & Former Chair of the Board, Caron Treatment Centers
Former Trustee, YMCA of Reading & Berks County
Board of Directors, United Way of Berks County
Board of Trustees, South Mountain YMCA
Former Director and Vice Chairman, Greater Reading Chamber of Business & Industry

Education
Mercersburg Academy, 1968
B.A. cum laude, Denison University, 1972
J.D., Dickinson School of Law of The Pennsylvania State University, 1975; Editor, Dickinson Law Review

Religious Affiliation
Lutheran


Dan Huyett is an attorney with Stevens & Lee, a law firm with 13 offices located from New York City to Wilmington. He specializes in complex business and commercial litigation, and in 2007 was elected a Fellow in the American College of Trial Lawyers. He co‑chairs the firm’s Litigation Department and serves on the firm’s Executive Committee. He is a former federal prosecutor in Philadelphia, having served in the Special Prosecutions Division of the United States Attorneys’ Office.

In 2014, he, along with his wife Ellen, co‑chaired the United Way of Berks County’s Annual Campaign. In 2008, he, along with his wife Ellen, co‑chaired the Capital Campaign for Caron Treatment Centers, one of the county’s largest non-profit addiction treatment centers. In 2012, along with his wife Ellen, he was the recipient of the Richard J. Caron Award of Excellence for community service. In 2016, he was the recipient of the 2016 Champion for Youth award from the YMCA of Reading & Berks County.

The Reverend Robin M. Hynicka ‘75
Senior Pastor
Arch Street United Methodist Church
Philadelphia, PA
Academic Affairs Committee
Honorary Degree Advisory Group
Trustee at Large
Prior Board Service: 2009 – 2015
Elected to the Board: January 2017
Eligible for Reelection: May 2020


Professional and Community Affiliations
Founding Member, Philadelphia Organized to Witness, Empower and Rebuild
Delegate 2012, General Conference of the United Methodist Church
Member, National Shalom Committee

Education
B.A., Albright College, 1975
M.Div., Duke University Divinity School

Religious Affiliation
United Methodist


The Reverend Robin M. Hynicka is senior pastor at the Arch Street United Methodist Church in Center City Philadelphia, where he led the church in establishing itself as a Reconciling Congregation and in instituting the Grace Café, a peaceful and resourceful safe haven for the congregation’s neighbors who are currently homeless.

His service in the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference of the United Methodist Church has included the Cookman United Methodist Church in North Philadelphia and the Frankford Group Ministry, and the Central and Rehoboth United Methodist Church in the Frankford section of Philadelphia.

While in college and seminary, he was the student assistant at both Holy Cross United Methodist Church (Reading) and Advocate-Saint Stephen’s United Methodist Church (Germantown, Philadelphia). Buzz Bissinger, in his book A Prayer for the City, vividly describes in the chapter titled “The Last Sermon,” the content and character of Reverend Hynicka’s ministry.

He has a daughter, Rebecca Solayman, and a son, Alexander Patterson.

Scott KeatonScott Keaton, CPA ’88 (Selaine)
Advancement Committee
Student Affairs Committee
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: September 2017
Eligible for Reelection: May 2020


Professional and Community Affiliations
Chair, Finance Committee,Bethel Hill United Methodist Church
Board Member, Sunny Brook Community Association
Leader, Boy Scout Troop 152
Albright College Alumni Board, 1999-2008 (President 2006-2008)

Education
B.S., Accounting/Communications, Albright College, 1988

Religious Affiliation
United Methodist


Scott Keaton is chief financial officer at Bracalente Manufacturing Group, a global supplier of metal components, with precision machining facilities in Pennsylvania and China. He worked in financial operational management roles at Precision Castparts Corp for 20 years, after he started his career at Ernst & Young.

Scott credits the interdisciplinary, international, creative and leadership experiences he had in college for inspiring him to pursue job roles requiring cross-functional responsibilities, and to work and live overseas. Scott continues to have passion for continuous improvement across organizations.

He and his wife, Selaine, live in Lansdale, Pa., with their sons, Grayson and Trevor.

Kenneth S. Lakin (Maralyn) “Ken”
Chair
soAR Consulting, LLC.
Reading, PA
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: May 2014
Eligible for Reelection: May 2017


Professional and Community Affiliations
Past President, Jewish Federation of Reading
Past Board Member, United Way of Berks County
Past Advisory Board Member, Penn State Berks
Past Advisory Board Member, Wachovia Regional Board

Education
B.S., Journalism, Boston University, 1976
MBA, Business Administration, George Washington University School of Business, 1982

Religious Affiliation
Jewish


Kenneth S. Lakin currently serves as chair at soAR Consulting, LLC. Ken facilitates peer groups of non-competing small businesses in the greater Reading area. His consulting services are based upon the Vistage methodology of issue processing in an effort to promote economic growth in a confident and secure manner. Previously, Ken served as director of operations at Boscov’s Department Stores until his retirement in 2012. In this position, he supervised the departments of information technology, risk management, logistics, visual display, maintenance and website development. Ken joined the Boscov’s team in 1984, and has served as executive vice president, regional director of stores, store manager, special projects coordinator, buyer and chief executive officer and chairman. Prior to that, he completed Federated Stores’ executive management training program with Foley’s Department Stores in Houston, Texas, where he participated in store management and buying in men’s clothing.

Ken is a 1976 graduate of Boston University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. He also completed a master’s degree in business administration from George Washington University School of Business in 1982.

A former president of the Reading Jewish Federation, Ken currently resides in Reading, Pa., with his wife, Maralyn. They have four children: Riesa, Emily, Nicole and Jeremy.

Michael D. Liss, CPA ‘91 (Beth)
Vice President and Senior Portfolio Manager
American Century Investments
Kansas City, MO
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: May 2013
Eligible for reelection: May 2019


Professional and Community Affiliations
Chartered Financial Analyst
Treasurer, Jewish Community Center of Kansas City
Board member, First Call of Kansas City, Alcohol/Drug Prevention and Recovery
Board Member and Audit Committee Chair, Village Shalom retirement community
Board Member, B’nai Jehudah Synagogue

Education
B.S., Albright College 1991
Certified Public Accountant, CPA 1993
MBA, Indiana University 1998

Religious Affiliation
Jewish


Michael Liss is a vice president and senior portfolio manager at American Century Investments in Kansas City, Mo. Starting as an investment analyst in June 1998, Michael became a portfolio manager in February 2003. He is part of a team that manages four different mutual funds with assets in excess of $19 billion. He is an active volunteer in the Kansas City area, participating in the Civic Council’s Kansas City Tomorrow leadership program, class of 2003. In 2005, he was the recipient of the Jewish Federation of Kansas City’s Dan Fingresh Young Leadership Award. Michael is from Langhorne, Pa., and graduated from Albright in May 1991. He worked as an accountant for five years in suburban Philadelphia, predominately with Merves & Company, where he became a CPA. Michael received a masters in business administration from Indiana University in Bloomington in May 1998. Michael and his wife Beth reside in Kansas City, Mo., with their two children, Zachary and Drew.

Lorina L. Marshall-Blake
President
Independence Blue Cross Foundation
Philadelphia, PA
Student Affairs Committee
Honorary Degree Advisory Group
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: January 2009
Eligible for Reelection: May 2018


Professional and Community Affiliations
Vine Memorial Baptist Church, Philadelphia
United Negro College Fund
Community College of Philadelphia
National Coalition of 100 Black Women
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc
Linda Creed Breast Cancer Foundation
Urban Affairs Coalition (ADD)
Gwynedd Mercy College (ADD)
Links, Inc.
Macy Undergraduate Leadership Fellows Program
Urban League of Philadelphia
Temple University Department of Nursing, College of Public Health

Education
B.A., Antioch College
M.A., University of Pennsylvania
M.Div., Palmer Theological Seminary, attending
H.D., Albright College, 2007

Religious Affiliation
Jewish


Lorina Marshall-Blake serves as President of the Independence Blue Cross Foundation, where she leads the Foundation’s strategic, programmatic, and operational efforts to fulfill its mission of leading sustainable solutions to improving the health and wellness of our neighborhoods that can be replicated on a national scale. This includes overseeing grant making work for the $65 million foundation. She also serves in the role of Vice President of Community Affairs.

Outside of her work, Marshall-Blake is devoted to her church and community. She serves as an associate minister at the Vine Memorial Baptist Church in Philadelphia.

She also serves on the Board of Directors for more than 20 local, state, and national organizations including Albright College, Blue Cross Blue Shield Association– Corporate Responsibility Committee, Pennsylvania Conference for Women, the Urban Affairs Coalition, and the Urban League of Philadelphia, and is the President of the Omega Omega Chapter Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Marshall-Blake graduated from Anitoch College with a B.A. in Human Services and holds an M.A. in Government Administration from the University of Pennsylvania. She also received an Honorary Doctorate of Humanities from Albright College. She is pursuing her master of divinity degree from Palmer Theological Seminary.

She has three children, Julian, Chawnda and Jamila; and two grandchildren, Jamil and Julian.

John P. McAllister ’94 (Ann)
Managing Partner
McAllister & Quinn
Washington, D.C.
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: May 2012
Eligible for Reelection: May 2018


Professional and Community Affiliations
Blessed Sacrament Parish, Chevy Chase, MD

Education
Albright College, B.S., Political Science

Religious Affiliation
Catholic


John McAllister ’94 is managing partner of McAllister & Quinn, a firm he co-founded in 2004. In a short period of time he has built the firm into one of the most respected higher education consulting firms in the nation. John specializes in developing comprehensive external funding strategies for colleges and universities to assist them in accessing millions of dollars through federal grants, congressional directives and foundations. His extensive knowledge of the legislative, regulatory, and grants process enables him to develop and execute on winning strategies for each specific client that he represents.

Prior to founding McAllister & Quinn, John’s Capitol Hill experience included serving as legislative director to Congressman Bud Shuster (R-PA). His strong ties to Republican and Democratic leaders in Congress and various federal agencies provide him with unique access to the resources and intelligence of the key decision makers in Washington, D.C.

He and his wife, Ann, live in Washington, D.C., with their sons, John Joseph and Liam.

David A. Mink ’68 (Dorothy ’69)
Chairman
The Mink Companies
Bonita Springs, FL
Executive Committee
Chair, Trusteeship & Governance Committee
Vice Chair, Student Affairs Committee
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: February 2012
Eligible for Reelection: May 2018


Professional and Community Affiliations
Vice President, Circumnavigators Club & Foundation

Education
A.B., Albright College, 1968

Religious Affiliation
Presbyterian


David A. Mink ’68 is chairman of the family business Kenneth L. Mink and Sons, Inc., which operates the rug business for department stores such as Macy’s. David joined the family business in 1975 after a career as a newspaper writer and editor in Lancaster and Reading, Pa.

He has traveled throughout the world, primarily in Asia and Europe, circumnavigated the globe six times and visited 45 countries. He is now a member of the Board of Governors of the Circumnavigators Club, headquartered in New York City.

David is married to Dorothy (Post) ’69. They have two children who are also Albright graduates, David B. ’89 and Kristen Mink Koontz ’92, and five grandchildren.

Sharon P. Minnich ’92 (Andrew Monroe)
Secretary, Office of Administration
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Lewisberry, PA
Enrollment Management Committee
Finance Committee
Trustee at Large
Prior Board Service: 2001 – 2010
Elected to the Board: January 2017
Eligible for Reelection: May 2020


Professional and Community Affiliations
Adjunct Teacher, Penn State University

Education
B.S., Albright College, 1992
M.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1995

Religious Affiliation
Lutheran


Sharon Minnich was appointed Secretary of the Office of Administration by Pennsylvania’s Governor Tom Wolf on January 20, 2015. As a member of Governor Wolf’s senior staff and cabinet, Sharon leads the agency responsible for oversight and administration of the enterprise functions of human resources, information technology, continuity of government and records management for nearly 80,000 employees under the Governor’s jurisdiction. The Office of Administration is also home to the Governor’s Office of Transformation, Innovation, Management and Efficiency, which is responsible for leading efforts to improve and transform state government operations. Sharon also co-chairs the Pennsylvania Employees Benefit Trust Fund, which provides health benefits to 300,000 active and retired employees and their dependents.

Previously, Sharon served as the Assistant Chief Information Officer for the Commonwealth; Chief Information Officer for the Department of Revenue; Deputy Secretary for Financial Administration in the Office of the Budget; and Deputy Secretary for Procurement at the Department of General Services.

In addition to her work in state government, Sharon has worked as a consultant in the private sector, specializing in procurement and technology. Her experience includes positions at Highmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Meridian Bank, SAP Business Consulting, Phoenix Consulting Services and Deloitte Consulting, LLP.

Sharon earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and political science (summa cum laude) from Albright College in 1992, and a master’s degree in government administration from the University of Pennsylvania in 1995. She has served Albright as a trustee (2001-2010), a member of the Information Technology Advisory Group, a member of the Task Force on Academic Programs on the Commission on the Future of Albright College, and as a member of the Class of 1992’s 10th Reunion Committee in 2002.

Sharon currently resides in Lewisberry, Pa.

Charles J. Phillips, Esq. ‘80 (Sharon) “Chuck”
Attorney
Leisawitz Heller PC
Wyomissing, PA
Executive Committee
Chair, Student Affairs Committee
Vice Chair, Trusteeship & Governance Committee
Enrollment Management Committee
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: May 2009
Eligible for Reelection: May 2018


Professional and Community Affiliations
Member, Bankruptcy Committee, American Bar Association
Member, Pennsylvania Bar Association
Past President, Berks County Bar Association
Member, American Bankruptcy Institute
Member, Eastern District of Pennsylvania Bankruptcy Conference

Education
B.A., Albright College, 1980, Political Science
J.D., Villanova Law School


Charles J. Phillips, Esq. is an attorney and shareholder at the Law Firm of Leisawitz Heller in Wyomissing, Pa., with extensive experience in business transactions, debtor/creditor rights and bankruptcy matters. His clients include financial institutions, landlords and businesses involved in commercial transactions. His practice also includes general corporate law, tax resolution cases, commercial litigation, estate administration and estate planning.

A magna cum laude graduate of Albright, he went on to receive a juris doctor degree from the Villanova Law School in 1983, the same year he was admitted to the Bar.

Charles resides in Sinking Spring, Pa., with his wife, Sharon, and their children, Michelle and Christopher.

Jeffrey T. Rigg, CPA ’79 (Jane)
“Jeff”

General Auditor and Chief Risk Officer
CIGNA International
Newark, DE
Executive Committee
Chair, Finance Committee
Enrollment Management Committee
Audit Committee
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: February 2012
Eligible for Reelection: May 2018


Professional and Community Affiliations
Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Member, Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Board of Directors, Revenue Chairperson, March of Dimes, Southeast, PA
Member, Finance Committee, Ebenezer United Methodist Church

Education
Albright College, B.S., Accounting, 1979
Certified Public Accountant (CPA),
Pennsylvania, 1981

Religious Affiliation
United Methodist


Jeffrey T. Rigg, CPA ’79, general auditor and chief risk officer of Cigna International, has more than 30 years experience in the global financial services industry, where he is known as being a motivational leader and a change agent.

Prior to joining Cigna in 2011, he was with JPMorgan Chase since 1999, last serving as managing director/chief financial officer, Liquidity Solutions. With JPMorgan Chase, he also held the positions of senior vice president/chief financial officer, Corporate Real Estate and General Services; senior vice president, finance, Chase Card Services; general auditor, Bank One Corporation; and senior vice president, controller, Bank One Card Services.

Jeff has served Albright as a volunteer with the Admission Office and Career Development Center. He and his wife, Jane, reside in Newark, Del. They have two grown daughters, Lauren and Jennifer, and one granddaughter, Bailey.

Jeanette C. Roberts, Ph.D., M.P.H. ’79 (David J. Francetic)
Dean, School of Pharmacy
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Monona, WI
Advancement Committee
Vice Chair, Honorary Degree Advisory Group
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: February 2012
Eligible for Reelection: May 2018


Professional and Community Affiliations
Chair-Elect, Council Delegate, American Assoc. for the Advancement of Science, Pharmaceutical Sciences
American Assoc. of Colleges of Pharmacy
American Assoc. of Pharmaceutical Scientists
American Chemical Society
American Pharmacists Assoc.
American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
TEMPO Madison
Board of Directors, Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin
Advisory Board, Univ of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy
Board of Directors, BioPharmaceutical Technology Center Institute
Board of Directors, Wisconsin Public Television
Advisory Board, Wisconsin without Borders
Advisory Board, National Institute for
Pharmaceutical Technology and Education

Education
BS, Albright College, 1979
Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 1986
M.P.H, University of Utah, 2001


Jeanette Roberts ’79 received a bachelor of science degree in biochemistry from albright college and a doctorate in medicinal chemistry from the University of Minnesota.

She was selected for a J. Robert Oppenheimer Postdoctoral Fellowship at Los Alamos National Laboratory and spent two years in the Medical Radioisotopes Research Group exploring the antibody-mediated delivery of radioisotopes of copper for tumor imaging and therapy.

In 1988, Jeanette joined the Department of Medicinal Chemistry at the University of Utah, College of Pharmacy, teaching pharmaceutical biochemistry, herbal medicines and dietary supplements. Her research focused on the discovery of novel sulfur and selenium-containing compounds to protect the body against a variety of toxic insults and situations, most recently on the chemoprevention of cancer. She earned a master of public health degree and became the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.

In 2003, Jeanette became dean of the School of Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin¬Madison. After 11 years as dean, she returned to the faculty in 2014. Jeanette spent the 2015-2016 academic year as a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellow in Washington, D.C. working in the office of Senator Edward Markey of Massachusetts. After returning to Madison, she took on the role of director for the new UW Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education.

Ronald Scheese ’83 (Katherine ’85) “Ron”
President & Chief Executive Officer
Andesa Services
Exeter Township, PA
Vice Chair, Enrollment Management Committee
Advancement Committee
Audit Committee
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: May 2015
Eligible for Reelection: May 2018


Professional and Community Affiliations
Member of Pennsylvania and American Institutes of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA & AICPA)
Audit Committee Member, United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley

Education
B.S., Albright College, 1983

Religious Affiliation
Presbyterian


Ronald “Ron” Scheese has served as Allentown-based Andesa Services’ president and chief executive officer since January 2011. Andesa Services offers integrated policy administration, plan administration and illustration solutions for life insurance and annuity carriers and brokers. Prior to being named chief executive officer in 2011, Ron served as the company’s chief financial and administration officer. Before joining Andesa, he served as senior vice president of finance/chief financial officer for Phoebe Ministries, a nonprofit network of long-term care, housing and support services for seniors.

Ron is also a certified public accountant and earned a bachelor of science degree with a major in accounting from Albright College in 1983. He currently serves as a member of the College’s Business Advisory Council. Ron resides in Exeter Township, Pa., with his wife, Katherine, who also attended Albright. They have three children: Jeffrey, Daniel and Kassandra.

Jorge J. Scheirer, M.D. ’85 (Tracy ’87)
Vice President & Chief Medical Information Officer
Reading Health System
Exeter Township, PA
Vice Chair, Academic Affairs Committee
Vice Chair, Property, Land, and Equipment Subcommittee
Enrollment Management Committee
Honorary Degree Advisory Group
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: May 2015
Eligible for Reelection: May 2018


Professional and Community Affiliations
American College of Physicians, Fellow
American Medical Informatics Association, Member
St. Catherine of Siena
Reading Music Foundation

Education
B.S., Albright College, 1985
M.D., Temple University School of Medicine, 1989
Internal medicine residency, Keesler AFB Medical Center, 1992
MBI, Oregon Health and Sciences University, 2012

Religious Affiliation
Roman Catholic


Jorge Scheirer has served as vice president and chief medical information officer for the Reading Health System since 2011. Over the last decade, he has played a pivotal role in designing and implementing clinical information systems at the Reading Hospital, including computerized physician order entry, medication reconciliation and ambulatory electronic health records. Jorge helped lead the implementation of a system-wide electronic health record, a four-year, $150 million project that culminated in converting disparate electronic and paper processes to a “one patient, one chart” platform.

Jorge earned a bachelor’s degree in biology from Albright and a medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine. He completed his residency in internal medicine at USAF Keesler Medical Center in 1992 and served in the USAF as an internal medicine faculty member from 1992-1996. In 2012, he completed a master’s degree in biomedical informatics at the Oregon Health and Science University. Jorge is board-certified in clinical informatics and in internal medicine, and is a fellow of the American College of Physicians. He is married to Tracy (Fogarty) ’87. Jorge and Tracy reside in Exeter Township, Pa., and have four children: Elizabeth, Victoria, William and Andrew. Jorge enjoys playing classical guitar and cooking.

John F. Schultz, Esq. ’86 (Michele ’86)
EVP and General Counsel
Hewlett Packard Company
Atherton, CA
Trustee at Large
Elected to the Board: January 2014
Eligible for Reelection: May 2017


Professional and Community Affiliations
Board of Directors, Haiti Outreach
Board of Directors, Law Foundation of Silicon Valley
Chair, National Legal Aid & Defender Association
Board of Overseers, RAND Institute for Civil Justice
Advisory Board, Corporate Pro Bono Organization
Board of Directors, International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution

Education
B.S., Albright College, 1986
J.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1989

Religious Affiliation
Lutheran


John F. Schultz was named executive vice president and general counsel for Hewlett-Packard Company in April 2012.

Prior to his role as general counsel, John was the deputy general counsel for litigation investigations and global functions, where he managed all major litigation filed against HP globally, including all intellectual property, government investigations, and commercial and employment disputes.

Before joining HP in September 2008, he was a partner in the litigation practice of Morgan Lewis, focusing on complex litigation and primarily defending consumer class-action, fiduciary liability, and technology-related commercial litigation. He was previously at Drinker Biddle & Reath for 14 years, where he also specialized in commercial and product liability litigation.

He holds a juris doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and a bachelor’s degree from Albright College.

Sherry K. Sidhu (Jay)
Civic Leader
Mohnton, PA
Academic Affairs Committee
Student Affairs Committee


Professional and Community Affiliations
Co-chair, United Way Campaign, 2006-2007
Member, Board of Directors,
United Way of Berks County, 2006-2010
Member, Board of Directors,
Berks Talk Line, 2007-present
Member, Board of Directors,
Reading Public Museum, 2000-2002

Education
B.A. Guru Nanak University, India, 1977
M.Sc. St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, 1994
Oxford-Berkeley Program, 1993

Religious Affiliation
Sikhism


Sherry Sidhu was elected to the Board of Trustees in 2008. She is a community volunteer and homemaker and is active in several charitable organizations. In 2007, she co-chaired United Way of Berks County’s Annual Fundraising Campaign, raising $8.7 million for the community. In December 2006 she and her husband were presented with the National Liberty Museum’s Heroes of Liberty Award.

She is married to Jay S. Sidhu who served as chairman and CEO of Sovereign Bancorp until his retirement in January 2007. He is currently chairman and CEO of Customers Bank, Customers Bancorp, and BankMobile.

Sherry and Jay have two children. Their son, Sam, 33, graduated from Harvard Business School and is now CEO of Megalith Capital Management, real estate fund manager and developer based in New York City. Their daughter, Luvleen, 30, graduated from Harvard University and is the Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer at BankMobile.


Chairmen Emeriti

John T. Baily ’65, President (retired), Swiss Re Capital Partners, Farmington, CT
Salvatore M. Cutrona, Sr. ’73, Managing Partner (retired), Accenture, LTD, Mohnton, PA
John F. Horrigan, Jr., Chairman & CEO (retired), Horrigan American, Inc., Wyomissing, PA
George A. Seighman ’62, Chairman (retired), Rand Partnership, Harrisburg, PA


Trustees Emeriti

The Reverend Warren L. Baughman, Jr., District Superintendent (retired), United Methodist Church, Berwick, PA
Robert A. Bittenbender ’63, Secretary of the Budget (retired), Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Mechanicsburg, PA
Jerome Dersh ’49, M.D., Physician (retired), Eye Physicians Associates, Ltd., Mohnton, PA
Frank A. Franco, M.D., Physican (retired), Wyomissing, PA
The Reverend Dr. James L. Harring ’52, Chaplain (retired), VA Medical Center & Albright Church, Mountain Top, PA
Christ G. Kraras ’69, President & CEO, White Star Travel Center, Reading, PA
Barbara J. Kline, Civic Leader/Philanthropist, Wyomissing, PA
Andrew Maier II, President (retired), Maier’s Bakery, Reading, PA
Leslie A. Mardenborough ’68, Management Consultant, Mardenborough Associates, New Rochelle, NY
Samuel A. McCullough, President (retired), Griffin Holdings Group LLC, Wyomissing, PA
P. Sue Perrotty ’75, Owner & CEO, AFM Financial Services, LLC, Reading, PA
Karen A. Rightmire ’69, President, Wyomissing Foundation, Reading, PA
John K. Roessner III ’61, President, EJB Real Estate Assoc. Ltd., W. Harwich, MA
John P. Weidenhammer, President, Weidenhammer, Wyomissing, PA
Thomas W. Weik, President, Weik Investment Services, Inc., Wyomissing, PA