Franklin & Marshall College announces this week that six members have been elected to its Board of Trustees. The new Trustees include five alumni and represent a wide range of expertise in business, education, finance and law.
They were elected to the Board on May 16, 2008, and their five-year terms of service began July 1, 2008.
-Reed D. Auerbach, Esq. ’80, from Bernardsville, N.J., a managing partner of the New York office and co-chief executive partner of the law firm McKee Nelson, LLP.
-Richard M. Fuller (Rit), from Clinton, N.Y., an educational consultant specializing in strategic planning in admission, enrollment and financial aid.
-Brett S. Harwood, Esq. ’71, from Maplewood, N.J., principal and co-founder of Harwood Properties, LLC, Welcome Parking, LLC, and the Parking Advisory Group, LLC.
-Stanley L. Levin ’74 (Stan), from Scarsdale, N.Y., an attorney and accountant specializing in tax planning and compliance for high-net-worth individuals.
-Arthur J. MacBride III ’72 (Mac), from Summit, N.J., managing director and senior investment officer for Prudential Fixed Income.
-Eric W. Noll ’83, P’09, from Haverford, Pa., global head of strategic relationships and investment banking for Susquehanna Investment Group, LLP (SIG).
In addition to the new trustees, one alumni trustee has been named. Sarah Mullane Becker ’98, from Katonah, N.Y., is president of the Franklin & Marshall College Alumni Board and will serve as a non-voting Alumni Trustee for a term of one year.