NORTH MANCHESTER — Five people have joined the Manchester University Board of Trustees.
Trustees serve five-year terms, said a news release from Manchester University.
Here are the new additions:
Jeffrey Carter, president of Bethany Theological Seminary in Richmond.
He is a graduate of Bridgewater College with a Master of Divinity degree from Bethany Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Princeton Theological Seminary.
He represents the Church of the Brethren on the Central Committee of the World Council of Churches.
He has been a legislative aide for Brethren Volunteer Service.
A trustee-at-large, he serves on the board’s Governance Committee and Educational Quality Committee.
Christopher Craig, a 1982 Manchester graduate, is director of finance at the Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP law firm in New York City.
Craig graduated from Manchester in 1982 with a bachelor’s degree in accounting.
He is an active member of Central Presbyterian Church in Summit, N.J., where he has been a member of the board of trustees.
A trustee-at-large, he serves on the board’s Outreach Committee.
Cheryl Green is also a 1982 Manchester graduate.
She is vice-chancellor of student affairs at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
With 32 years of experience in higher education, she has served on more than 11 boards of directors for charitable organizations.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology at Manchester, followed by a master’s degree and a doctorate in counseling psychology from Southern Illinois University.
A trustee-at-large, she serves on the board’s Institutional Vitality Committee.
Kevin Hochstedler graduated from Manchester in 1983. He is a financial consultant in Mishawaka.
He is a certified public accountant with experience in financial management and reporting, mergers and acquisitions, strategic planning, process improvement and risk management.
Hochstedler received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Manchester and went on to earn a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Indiana University South Bend.
He is a Manchester Alumni Board of Directors member and past president.
A trustee-at-large, he serves on the board’s Student Life Committee.
Lily Qi, a 1991 Manchester graduate, is a Maryland General Assembly State Delegate.
She was formerly a chief administrative officer in Montgomery County, Maryland, overseeing economic and workforce development. She has worked in economic development in both Washington, D.C. and Montgomery County. She has been a student affairs professional at three higher education institutions.
A native of China, she graduated from Manchester with a bachelor’s degree in communication studies, followed by master’s degrees from Ohio University (interpersonal and organizational communication) and American University (MBA marketing and business management).
She has been a board member of Suburban Hospital of Johns Hopkins Medicine and Washington regional performing and visual arts organizations, chair of the Maryland Governor’s Commission on Asian American Affairs, and board member of Leadership Montgomery and the Montgomery County Commission for Women.
A trustee-at-large, she is a member of the board’s Student Life Committee. This fall, she was awarded the Alumni Honor Award, the highest recognition the Manchester University Alumni Association can bestow upon an alumnus.