Campus / News / October 22, 2013

College names six new trustees

Six new members joined the Knox College Board of Trustees during the October Board meeting: four general trustees, one alumni trustee and one past member of the Alumni Council. The new  members are:

Janice Vyn Sharry ’73 — an attorney at Haynes & Boone LLP in Dallas with 30 years of work in public finance.

Laura Rosene ’90 — a human resources consultant from Arlington, Ohio who previously taught at the college for two years in the Business and Management program and once led the people resources function for Kentucky Fried Chicken.

Joe Bastian ’67 — retired owner/CEO of a Panera Bread franchise in Chapel Hill, N. C., who spent four years in Hong Kong directing all divisions of Allied Signal International.

Patrick St. Aubyn Lyn ’84 — senior vice president and director of client service at Standish Mellon Asset Management Company LLC in Boston; moves from alumni trustee to general trustee.

Don Harmon ’88 — Illinois State Senator for the 39th legislative district from Oak Park, Ill.

Joyce Hertko ’82 — president and CEO of the Ruth Lilly Health Education Center in Indianapolis, Ind., who has served on the Alumni Council for seven years.

Matt Barry
Matt Barry is a senior majoring in international relations and double minoring in economics and German. This is his third year working for TKS, having served previously as discourse editor. He has worked for such organizations as the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Premier Tourism Marketing and the Council on American Islamic Relations-Chicago, where his work appeared in such publications as Leisure Group Travel, Ski & Ride Club Guide and The Chicago Monitor. Matt has written his political opinion column, "The Voice of Reason," weekly for three years, which finished in first place at the 2012 Illinois College Press Association conference and was also recognized at the 2013 conference.

Tags:  Board of Trustees don harmon janice vyn sharry joe bastian joyce hertko laura rosene patrick st. aubyn lyn

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