Mary Ann Weyant ’76 MerrymanCommittees: Audit (Chair), Educational QualityProfessor of Accounting, St. Mary's CollegeNotre Dame, Ind.
Madalyn Metzger ’99Committee: OutreachMarketing Director, Everence Financial Goshen, Ind.
Rick E. Mishler, M.D., FACP ’74Committee: Institutional Vitality Interventional Nephrologist, Arizona Kidney Disease and Hypertension CenterPhoenix, Ariz.
Mike Packnett Committee: Educational QualityCEO and President, Parkview Health Fort Wayne, Ind.
Eugene F. Roop ’64 Committee: OutreachRetired President and Wieand Professor of Biblical Studies Emeritus, Bethany Theological Seminary Anderson, Ind.
Mark Rosenbury ’69Committee: Educational Quality Retired, Terra IndustriesWest Des Moines, Iowa
Lawrence RowlandSecretary of the BoardCommittees: Executive (Secretary), Outreach (Chair) Partner, NxtStar Ventures LLCFort Wayne, Ind.
Matthew J. Sprunger ’78 Committee: Institutional VitalityPhysician and Medical Director of Clinical InformaticsWomen’s Health Advantage and Dupont HospitalFort Wayne, Ind.
Richard P. Teets Jr. Committee: Educational QualityExecutive Vice President, President and COO of Steel Operations, Steel Dynamics Inc. Fort Wayne, Ind.
Charles J. Winger ’67Committees: Executive, Audit, Institutional Vitality (Chair) Retired Financial Executive, Cinergy Corp.Loveland, Ohio
John D. ZeglisVice-Chair of the BoardCommittees: Executive (Vice-Chair), Educational QualityRetired President, AT&T; Chairman and CEO, AT&T Wireless; Founder and Chairman, Fort Wayne Mad AntsCulver, Ind.
Kent L. Zimmerman ’74 Committees: Governance, Educational QualityProfessor of Communication Arts, Sinclair Community CollegeVandalia, Ohio
David A. Haist ’73Retired COO/EVP, Do It Best Corp.Fort Wayne, Ind.
William N. Harper ’66Retired Vice President and Controller, Clark Equipment Co. Scottsdale, Ariz.
Rufus B. King ’67Retired Consultant, Credit Risk ManagementFriendsville, Tenn.
Marsha Palmer ’68 LinkPrincipal, Link Consulting Group Steamboat Springs, Colo.
J. Bentley Peters ’62 Retired President, JB Peters Consulting Group, Inc. South Elgin, Ill.Staff Assistant Secretary
Whitney CaudillVice President for University EngagementFort Wayne, Ind.
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