Six men and women have been elected to the board of trustees of The Johns Hopkins University for terms beginning July 1. They are:
Marjorie M. Fisher, an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Near Eastern Studies, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and a 1984 recipient of a master of arts in Egyptology at Johns Hopkins. Fisher, an alumni trustee, will serve a six-year term.
Robert L. Johnson, founder, chairman and chief executive officer of BET Holdings in Washington, D.C., who will serve for six years.
Alexander H. Levi, a clinical psychologist in private practice in New York. He also was elected to a six-year term.
Elizabeth Owens, a 2003 graduate of Johns Hopkins with a major in history of art and a minor in economics. A young trustee, she will hold a four-year term.
David M. Rubenstein, co-founder, managing director and partner, the Carlyle Group, Washington, D.C. Rubenstein has been elected to a six-year term.
Robert A. Seder, chief of the cellular immunology section, Dale and Betty Bumpers Vaccine Research Center, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Md., and a 1981 graduate of Johns Hopkins. Seder, an alumni trustee, will serve a six-year term.
Two alumni trustees, Pamela P. Flaherty, senior vice president, Citigroup; and Barclay Knapp, president and chief executive officer, NTL Inc., have been elected to six-year terms as regular trustees.
Three regular trustees have been re-elected to additional six-year terms. They are Robert J. Abernethy, owner of American Standard Development; George L. Bunting Jr., president of Bunting Management Group; and Gail J. McGovern, a professor of management practice, Harvard Business School.
Regular trustee Shale D. Stiller, a senior partner at Piper Rudnick LLP, has been re-elected to a two-year term.