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Rochester Review
July–August 2011
Vol. 73, No. 6

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UNIVERSITY LEADERSHIP Four Elected Trustees Alumni, medical education, and business leaders join University’s board.

Prominent executive leaders in cable television, pharmaceuticals, medical education, and business management were elected this spring as University trustees.


Nomi Miron Bergman ’85 is president of Bright House Networks, the nation’s sixth-largest cable television company, which provides digital cable, digital phone, broadband Internet, and metro Ethernet services to residential and business customers in metropolitan markets in Alabama, California, Florida, Indiana, and Michigan. An economics and statistics major at Rochester, Bergman is a member of the University’s National Council for Arts, Sciences, and Engineering. She is a charter member of the George Eastman Circle. Photo: Courtesy of Nomi Miron Bergman


Paul Griner ’59M (MD) is a professor emeritus of medicine at the University and senior lecturer on medicine at Harvard Medical School. From 1984 to 1995, Griner served as general director and chief executive officer of Strong Memorial Hospital, where he’s credited as a leader in the development of hospital programs designed to improve the quality and efficiency of patient care. He chairs the University’s National Council for the School of Medicine and Dentistry and was a member of the school’s Alumni Council. He is a charter member of the George Eastman Circle. Photo: Medical Center


Carol Karp ’74 is vice president and head of global regulatory affairs and risk management at Janssen Alzheimer Immunotherapy R&D, an affiliate of Johnson & Johnson. A prominent pharmaceutical industry executive, she has helped lead multiple companies in areas of regulatory affairs, project management, drug safety, and quality assurance for more than 25 years. A biology major at Rochester, she is a charter member of the George Eastman Circle. Her daughter, Sarah Karp ’11, is a Take Five Scholar for the 2011–12 year. Photo: Adam Fenster


John Kelly is a corporate vice president at Xerox Corporation and executive vice president for ACS, a Xerox company. Kelly is a highly regarded consultant to the financial services, technology, and communications industries in the areas of business process management and document services. A member of the George Eastman Circle and the Executive Advisory Council at the Simon School, he joined Xerox in 2004 as chief operating officer of global services. Before that he held leadership positions in technology consulting and systems integration at NEC Corporation and Capgemini in the United States and Europe. Photo: Courtesy of John Kelly