THE COLLEGE OF NEW
MEMBERS TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
NEW ROCHELLE, NY,
August 27, 2007 – The College of New Rochelle (CNR)
has announced the appointment of three new members to the College’s
Trustees: Hugh F. Johnston of Greenwich, CT, Margaret Mary Kelleher, O.S.U. of College
Park, MD, and John C. Nicholson of Greenwich, CT. Each will serve a three-year
“The wise counsel
and generous support that our trustees have given this College play a
in the College’s success,” says Dr. Stephen J. Sweeny, President of
“Generously, the trustees hold in their hands the well-being of this
institution. With these new trustees joining an already very talented
committed Board, we are in very good hands indeed.”
Operations, Mr. Johnston leads the company’s Global Transformation,
and Information Technology. During his
20-year tenure with PepsiCo, he has held a variety of leadership
including Senior Vice President, Transformation, where he was
Project One Up, PepsiCo’s multi-year, global enterprise systems
initiative. Previously, he served as
Chief Financial Officer for PepsiCo Beverages & Foods and as the
Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions.
Prior to joining PepsiCo, Mr. Johnston held positions with General
Electric Company and Merck. He earned a
BS in Finance from Syracuse University and an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago.
Mary Kelleher, O.S.U.
An Ursuline nun,
returns to the College’s Board of Trustees, having served twice
from 1992 – 1998 and again from 2000 – 2006.
She is currently an Associate Professor in the School
of Theology and Religious
The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC.
Sr. Margaret Mary earned her
BS from the College of Mount St. Vincent, an MA and MS from Fordham University
and her Ph.D. from Catholic University School of Religious Studies.
John C. Nicholson
a managing director at Lehman
Brothers, Capital Markets Prime Services Division, Mr. Nicholson began
career with the company in 1986. He has
worked in numerous roles for Lehman Brothers in the United States as well as in Tokyo
and London. He is a recipient of the
Chairman’s Award for
Extraordinary Client Service and the President’s Corporate Citizenship
Award. Prior to joining Lehman Brothers,
Mr. Nicholson was employed by Chase Manhattan Bank. He also
served as a history instructor at the Pingry School
in New Jersey. He holds a BA in history from Dartmouth