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Board of Trustees

Board Welcomes Alumni as New Trustees

During its spring meeting, the University’s Board of Trustees elected two new members—both alumni—and recognized three board members who became life trustees.

New Trustees

Amy Lesch ’93 is a partner in the Client and Partner Group at Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, a global investment firm in New York, where she leads the Global Product Strategies Group.

Lesch has been a member of the Arts, Sciences & Engineering National Council since 2018 and has also helped plan several class reunion celebrations. She participated on the 2019 Task Force for Volunteer Boards and Advisory Councils and has provided career mentorship to undergraduate students for many years through the Real Readers volunteer program. A longtime George Eastman Circle member, in 2018 she established the Amy Lesch & Family Endowed Scholarship supporting undergraduate students at the University.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in health and society from Rochester and a JD from the New England School of Law.

Judith Reinsdorf ’86 is a former executive vice president and general counsel at Johnson Controls International, a global building products, technology, and integrated solutions company. She retired from the company in 2017.

Reinsdorf is a member of the University’s Women’s Network and its Personal and Professional Development Committee and supports student career initiatives as a George Eastman Circle member.

Reinsdorf earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Rochester and a JD from Cornell University.

Life Trustees

Also at the May meeting, three board members moved to life trustee status, a role that recognizes their service on the board, leadership, counsel, strategic partnership, and philanthropy.

Carol (John) Davidson ’88S (MBA): A board member since 2013, he has also served as a member of the Simon Executive Advisory Committee and the Simon Campaign Committee of The Meliora Challenge fundraising campaign.

Robert (Bob) Keegan ’72S (MBA), ’10 (Honorary): A board member since 2010, he has served on the Simon Advisory Council and the Simon Executive Advisory Committee.

Thomas (Tom) Wilmot: A board member since 2008, he has supported key initiatives and operations of the University through his service as an honorary member of the James P. Wilmot Cancer Institute Board, honorary chair of the Wilmot Cancer Institute campaign for The Meliora Challenge, and member of the University Campaign Cabinet for The Meliora Challenge.