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Spalding’s Board of Trustees welcomes four new members

The inductees bring decades of service and education to the university.

The Spalding University Board of Trustees appointed four new members to the governing body. Brenda J. Gonzales, Sister of Charity of Nazareth; Bridget Papalia, J.D.; Marsha C. Weinstein and Thomas Williams Jr., Ph.D.

The four bring a variety of experience and expertise, including campus ministry, legal counsel, activism for women’s issues and early education.

The experience and expertise of the new board members round out the many talents of the Board. Their connections in Louisville and respective industries opens pathways to increase Spalding’s community impact.

The Board of Trustees guides the university and advances its mission by addressing “the needs of the times”. The board consults and advises on new academic programs, new university offerings and new ways to serve students. The board members also have a direct impact on Spalding’s talent recruitment and geographic footprint. Moving forward, they can expect to work on projects related to fundraising and increased opportunities for immersive education.