Eight Elected Johns Hopkins University TrusteesThe Johns Hopkins University board of trustees has elected eight new members, who join the board July 1. University trustees serve six-year terms, with the exception of young trustees, who are elected for four-year terms.
Joining the board are:
Leonard Abramson, consultant and private investor and former principal executive officer of U.S. Healthcare, in Blue Bell, Pa.
R. Christopher Hoehn-Saric, chairman and CEO of Sylvan Learning Systems Inc., in Baltimore, Md.
Kweisi Mfume (MLA, '84), president and CEO of the NAACP, in Baltimore, Md.
Wayne Schelle, chairman of American Personal Communications/PCS Technology and Phone, in Baltimore, Md.
Paula Boggs, vice president and senior deputy general counsel at Dell Computer Corp., of Dallas, Texas.
Steven Reynolds, executive vice president and chief investment officer for equities at Scudder Kemper Investments Inc., in Chicago, Ill.
Iredell Waddell Iglehart, III, M.D., instructor of medicine and active staff in the Department of Rheumatology, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, in Baltimore, Md.
Matthew Schernecke (A&S, '98) young trustee, majoring in the History of Science, Medicine and Technology, from Philadelphia, Pa..
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