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Newly Elected Members of the MIT Corporation

Newly Elected Members of the MIT Corporation

Name Term Previous Membership MIT Degrees Job
Notable MIT Activities
David A. Berry 5 years SB ’00, Ph.D. ’05 Principal, Flagship Ventures
BioMatrix Mentorship Program
Thomas P. Gerrity 5 years 2001–present SB ’63, SM ’64, Ph.D. ’70 Professor of Management, Wharton School
Visiting committees for athletics, physical education and recreation and student life; Sloan Alumni Activity Building
Mark P. Gorenberg 5 years 2001–present SB ’76 Partner, Hummer Winblad Venture Partners
Visiting committees for linguistics and philosophy and aeronautics and astronautics
James A. Lash 5 years SB ’66 First selectman, Greenwich, Conn.
Visiting committee for mathematics
Paul F. Levy 5 years SB ’74 President, CEO, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Visiting committee for urban studies and planning
Scott P. Marks 5 years 2001–present Private investor
Corporation Development Committee; Audit Committee; visiting committees for chemical engineering and mechanical engineering
Megan J. Smith 5 years SB ’86, SM ’88 Director for new business development, Google
Visiting committees for athletics, physical education and recreation, and media arts and sciences
Henri A. Termeer 5 years Chair, President, CEO, Genzyme
Board member, Whitehead Institute
Chiquita V. White 4 years SB ’85 Section head of product development, Procter & Gamble
Visiting committee for student life; vice president, Alumni Association board of directors; class agent, Class of 1985; member, Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority
Marjorie M.T. Yang 5 years 2001–present SB ’74 Chair, Esquel Group of Companies
Visiting committees for architecture, mathematics, MIT Sloan School; member, dean’s advisory council, MIT Sloan School; member, advisory board, MIT-China International Management Education Project

Source: MIT News Office

The MIT Corporation elected the following members at its quarterly meeting on Friday, June 9. All memberships are effective beginning on July 1. At that point, the Corporation will consist of 74 members, 22 of which are life members and eight of which are ex officio. An additional 29 individuals are life members emeritus, who can participate in meetings but do not having voting privileges.