Antioch University New England Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees, May 2014

Board of Trustees – May 2014

Front row (left to right): Michael Krinsky, Emily Hague, Nancy Grant, Jennifer Kramer, Charlton MacVeagh, Carol Thompson, Pat Wand, Julie Dickson (Board Professional), and Bob Coulter. Second row (left to right): Martha Summerville (Founding Board Chair; resigned June 2014 to join the Board of Governors), Peter Hansel, David Bury, Randy Carmel (resigned June 2015), Ed Carignan, Judy Fink, Jack Merselis, and Steve Jones (AUNE President). Not Pictured: Robert Bull, Jr., Diana Duffy, Robert Englund, Allen Mendelson, Martha Miser, Roxanna Wolfe.

Board of Trustees – 2015-2016

Charlton MacVeagh (Chair)
A thirty-year banking industry executive and former trustee and board chair for Franklin Pierce University.

Nancy Boyd Grant, AUNE ’00 (Vice-Chair)
Nancy is the director of volunteer managed facilities at the Appalachian Mountain Club; partner at Grant Associates; co-founder and former co-director of the Mountain School of Milton Academy; trustee of The Children’s Initiative; and alumna of AUNE’s program in management.

Robert Lee Bull, Jr., AUNE ’09
Robert Lee Bull, Jr. has nearly 20 years successful experience working with nonprofit organizations, both as an independent consultant and employee.

David Bury, AUNE ’69
David Bury works in development, management, planning and fund raising for nonprofit arts and cultural organizations.

Ed Carignan, AUNE ’01
A clinical child and adolescent psychologist in private practice in Bow, New Hampshire.

Bob Coulter, AUNE ’87
Director of the Litzsinger Road Ecology Center of the Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis, Missouri.

Diana Duffy, AUNE ’03
Diana is an alumna of AUNE’s Environmental Studies Department. She is the energy services coordinator for Keene State College.

Robert J. Englund
Recently retired as a physician with Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth Hitchcock-Keene, Englund  serves on the board of Monadnock Family Services and is an active member of Elm City Rotary. He has just completed nine years of board service with the Keene Family YMCA.

Judy Fink, AUNE ’80
Recently retired to Vermont from her position as education programs director at the Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in New York.

Emily Hague, AUNE ’05
Emily is currently stewardship director for the Monadnock Conservancy, where she has worked for nine years, specializing in working forest stewardship and coordination of volunteer monitoring.

Peter Hansel
President of Filtrine Manufacturing Co., he serves on the boards of the Keene Downtown Housing Corporation and the Foundation for the Preservation of Historic Keene.

Jennifer Kramer, AUNE ’04
Director of philanthropy at the Nature Conservancy of Vermont, and an alumna of AUNE’s Environmental Studies Department.

Michael Krinsky, Antioch College ’73
President of The Mountain Corporation and a graduate of Antioch College.

Allen Mendelson, AUNE ’75
Financial advisor for Edward Jones in Keene, NH. He serves on the boards of Cedarcrest, Home Health Care, Hospice and Community Services, Monadnock Regional Foundation for Families and Monadnock Community Services Center, and Bach With Verse. He received his MEd from AUNE.

John (Jack) G. Merselis Jr., MD, AUNE ’96
Chairman of CSR Corporation, author, former Antioch University trustee, retired physician, and an alumnus of AUNE’s Department of Management.

Martha F. Miser, AUNE ’11
Founder and President of Aduro Consulting, LLC, a consulting and coaching company  located in Boston which specializes in leadership and change for purpose-driven companies.

Patricia Wand, AUNE ’67
University librarian and professor at American University in Washington, D.C. until her retirement in 2006. She then served four years as dean of the library at Zayed University in the United Arab Emirates.

Roxanna Wolfe, AUNE ’89
Roxanna Wolfe is a clinical psychologist in private practice that provides psychotherapy, as well as psychological testing/evaluation of learning disabilities, and the interplay of mind, body, and behavior.