Trustees of the University

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Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83, president
Philip Murphy, governor of the State of New Jersey


Amy Alving *88 (2023); Arlington, Virginia; engineer
Jackson A. Artis ’20 (2024); Phoenixville, Pennsylvania; systems engineer, Analytical Graphic, Inc.; graduate student, Johns Hopkins University
A. Scott Berg ’71 (2021); Los Angeles, California; writer
Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo ’87 (2022); San Francisco, California; professor and chair, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics; professor of medicine; vice dean of population health and health equity, University of California, San Francisco
Joshua B. Bolten ’76 (2022); Chevy Chase, Maryland; president and chief executive officer, Business Roundtable
Katherine Bradley ’86 (2021); Washington, District of Columbia; founder and chair, CityBridge Foundation
Pete Briger ’86 (2024); Atherton, California; co-chief executive officer, Fortress Investment Group
Sumir Chadha ’93 (2023); Hillsborough, California; managing director, WestBridge Capital
Beth F. Cobert ’80 (2021); Denver, Colorado; chief executive officer, Skillful, A Markle Initiative
Janeria A. Easley *16 (2024); Decatur, Georgia; assistant professor, Emory University
Henri R. Ford ’80 (2024); Miami, Florida; dean and chief academic officer, University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine
Laura L. Forese ’83 (2023); Franklin Lakes, New Jersey; executive vice president and chief operating officer, NewYork-Presbyterian
Heather Gerken ’91 (2027); New Haven, Connecticut; dean and Sol & Lillian Goldman Professor of Law, Yale Law School
C. Kim Goodwin ’81 (2022); Hato Rey, Puerto Rico; managing partner, Avanico Holdings LLC
Paul G. Haaga Jr. ’70 (2022); La Canada, California; retired chairman, Capital Research and Management Company
Philip U. Hammarskjold ’87 (2024); Atherton, California; executive chairman, Hellman & Friedman LLC
Yan Huo *94 (2021); London, United Kingdom; managing partner and chief investment officer, Capula Investment Management LLP
Myesha Jemison ’18 (2022); Atlanta, Georgia; product development manager, McMaster-Carr
Kimberly H. Johnson ’95 (2022); McLean, Virginia; executive vice president and chief operating officer, Fannie Mae
Ann Kirschner *78 (2021); New York, New York; dean emerita, Macauley Honors College at The City University of New York
Melanie C. Lawson ’76 (2021); Houston, Texas; reporter and anchor, KTRK Television
Anthony H.P. Lee ’79 (2027); Sydney, Australia; director, Aberon Pty Ltd.
Paul A. Maeder ’75 (2028)*; Cambridge, Massachusetts; general partner and chair, Highland Capital Partners
Laura B. Overdeck ’91 (2021); Short Hills, New Jersey; founder and president, Bedtime Math
Bob Peck ’88 (2023); Hillsborough, California; managing director, FPR Partners
Craig M. Robinson ’83 (2022); Mequon, Wisconsin; executive director of the National Association of Basketball Coaches
Louise S. Sams ’79 (2023); Atlanta, Georgia; retired executive vice president and general counsel, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
Terri A. Sewell ’86 (2023); Birmingham, Alabama; congresswoman
Brad Smith ’81 (2027); Bellevue, Washington; president and chief legal officer, Microsoft Corporation
Sarah E. Stein ’97 (2028)*; San Francisco, California; managing partner, Hall Capital Partners LLC
Marco A. Tablada ’93 (2022); New York, New York; managing partner, Wiborg Capital LLC
Achille Tenkiang ’17 (2021); Bear, Delaware; Mitchell Scholar, Class of 2021
Sarah Varghese ’19 (2023); New Delhi, India; business analyst, McKinsey & Company
Carla B. Vernón ’92 (2024); Edina, Minnesota; vice president of consumables categories, Amazon
Melissa H. Wu ’99 (2024); Melrose, Massachusetts; chief executive officer, Education Pioneers
C. James Yeh ’87 (2023); Hinsdale, Illinois; president, co-chief investment officer, Citadel Investment Group LLC
Anthony A. Yoseloff ’96 (2023); New York, New York; executive managing member, Davidson Kempner Capital Management, LP

* Charter Trustees who joined the board after July 1, 2020, are elected to serve for a term of six years with eligibility for re-election to an additional, contiguous two-year term.