At its May 2005 meeting, the Board of Trustees honored retiring trustees Nancy Cantor '74, Amanda Foreman '91, Ruth Leff Siegel '50, Daniel M. Szente and Ann Tenenbaum '83.
Six new trustees have joined the Board:
Mariela Cisneros-Mestre '86 has directed and contributed articles to the Spanish Internet magazine juntos.com. She is a supporter of the Miami City Ballet's program for school children and of a not-for-profit organization that serves children who are in the foster care system.
Nancie Cooper MFA '04 (Theatre) is a director of the Lake Waramaug Players and a consultant for financial service companies and the publishing and manufacturing industries.
David Dull, father of Kaitlin'07, is senior vice president of business affairs and general counsel of Broadcom Corporation, responsible for the company's acquisition and outside investment and licensing activities. He and his wife, Susan Shieldkret, chair the College's Parents Leadership Committee.
Paula Rudnick '72, mother of Allison '07, is a retired screenwriter and producer. She is a member of the board of directors of the Beverly Hills Educational Foundation and the Geffen Playhouse.
Erin McKinnon '94 is a supporter of the arts and active in the contemporary art scene in New York City. She is a junior associate of the Museum of Modern Art and her private collection is a featured stop in the museum's tour of contemporary art collections.
Elisabeth Röhm '96 is an actress. Her roles have included leads in the series Angel (on the WB), Bull (TNT) and-most recently-Law & Order (NBC), where she played district attorney Serena Southerlyn.