Benefactors Society board welcomes new members
During its October meeting, the Arts & Sciences Benefactors Society Board of Directors welcomed 10 new members, for a total of 24.
The Arts & Sciences Benefactors Society was founded in 1993 to honor and thank alumni and friends who contribute $2,500 or more annually to the Arts & Sciences Annual Fund. The Benefactors Society Board of Directors was created in 2003, and it became a subcommittee of the College Foundation’s
Development Committee in April 2005.
The Benefactors Society board works with the College Foundation, the dean of the College and Graduate School and the Arts & Sciences Development Office to raise awareness among prospective donors of the importance of leadership-level unrestricted gifts to the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. Last year the board led the way by achieving 100 percent participation in the A&S Annual Fund at the Benefactors Society level.
Arts & Sciences Benefactors Society Board of Directors:
Patricia L. Faris, Charlotte, N.C.
(English ’76), President
Brian T. McAnaney, Stamford, Conn.
(English ’68), Chairman
Andrew E. Beck III, New York, N.Y.
(Slavic, Russian Studies ’93)
R. Randolph Blake, Jr., Washington, D.C.
(Foreign Affairs ’83)
Kenneth B. Botsford, M.D., Birmingham, Ala.
(Economics ’75, Medicine ’79)
Lucy Eastwood Broadus, Towson, Md.
(MA, French ’95)
Susan C. Carr, Charlottesville, Va.
Colby Trexler Clark, San Francisco, Calif.
Robert W. Clarke, Falls Church, Va.
Miles R. Cook, Atlanta, Ga.
Rosemary Cooney, Palm Beach, Fla.
Joel B. Gardner, Scarsdale, N.Y.
(History ’70, Law ’74)
Priscilla C. Hancock, New York, N.Y.
(Art History ’81)
Henry U. Harris III, Norfolk, Va.
(History ’74, Darden ’76)
Rebecca J. Horner, Richmond, Va.
(Echols ’92, MEd ’95, PhD ’05)
Scott Jaeckel, Boston, Mass.
James P. Massie III, Richmond, Va.
Philip G. McCarthy, Jr., Roswell, Ga.
(History, Foreign Affairs ’92)
Roger F. Millay, Malvern, Pa.
Walker J. Noland, New York, N.Y.
(History ’97, Darden ’03)
John S. Serpe, Houston, Texas
(History ’80, Law ’83)
Robert V. Sinnott, Los Angeles, Calif.
Robert H. Swindell III, Greenwich, Conn.
Joseph Janney Thomas, Alexandria, Va.
(Environmental Sciences ’85)