10/16/2019 Staff

Board of Trustees Welcomes New Members

This magazine article is part of Fall 2019 / Issue 94
Five members of the F&M family with deep experience in the spheres of finance and medicine have joined the College’s Board of Trustees since July 2018:

Three trustees joined the Board in July 2018:

Mona L. Camacci, M.D., ’12, the Board’s GOLD trustee (graduate of the last decade), is resident physician in ophthalmology at Penn State Hershey Medical Center. A Rouse Scholar at F&M, she earned her master’s degree at University College Dublin with support from the prestigious George Mitchell Scholarship before receiving her medical degree from Penn State Hershey.

Judith C. Fishlow Minter P’19 is managing director and co-head of loan capital markets at RBC in New York City. A graduate of Wesleyan University, she earned her M.B.A. at The Wharton School.

Stuart Farwell Smith ’77 is partner at Centerview Partners LLC in New York City. During his more than three decades in investment banking, he has advised on some of the most complex deals in the health-care industry.

Two trustees joined the Board in July 2019:

Les J. Lieberman ’78 is executive managing director at Sterling Partners LLC in New York City. He earned his M.B.A. at The Wharton School and has three decades of managerial experience in the areas of financial services, asset management and commercial investment banking.

Kathy Hay Stine ’85 is senior adviser at Everclear Asset Management LLC. She received her M.B.A. from The Wharton School and previously served as a vice president at J.P. Morgan.

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