On July 1, Williams welcomed Michele Y. Johnson Rogers ’79 and Nathan K. Sleeper ’95 to its Board of Trustees.
Rogers, who was elected by the Society of Alumni and appointed by the trustees, is director of partnerships with Chicago organizations and a clinical assistant professor with the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. She serves on the steering committee of the Williams Black Alumni Network and was her class’s vice president from 2004 to 2009.
Sleeper is CEO of Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, LLC, a firm with offices in New York City and London, focused on investments in the healthcare, industrial business and energy services industries. At Williams, he serves on the Non-Marketable Assets Advisory Committee.
The Board of Trustees also reappointed Sarah Mollman Underhill ’80 and Gregory H. Woods ’91. Clarence Otis Jr. ’77 retired when his term ended on June 30, as did Michael Eisenson ’77, who was succeeded as board chair by Liz Beshel Robinson ’90. Both Otis and Eisenson were named emeritus trustees.