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Current Trustees by Class

According to the American University Bylaws (Article III, Section 2), Trustees other than ex officio members and members described in Section 5 of this Article III shall be divided into three approximately equal classes. Each year, one of the classes shall go out of office and successors be elected.

Class of 2018

Stephanie M. Bennett-Smith

Jack C. Cassell

Margery Kraus

Ross B. Levinsohn

Betsy A. Mangone

Arthur J. Rothkopf

Jeffrey A. Sine

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Ex Officio Trustees

Kim Cape 2

Todd A. Eisenstadt 1

Student Trustee

Valentina Fernandez 5

Student Trustee-Elect

Saira Grewal 6

Class of 2019

Janice Menke Abraham

Gary M. Abramson

Gina F. Adams

Pamela M. Deese

Marc N. Duber

Thomas A. Gottschalk

Gerald Bruce Lee

Alan L. Meltzer

Peter L. Scher

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Sylvia M. Burwell 3

Andrea G. Pearson 1

Class of 2020

Hani M.S. Farsi

Charles H. Lydecker

Fernando Lewis Navarro

David Trone

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1 Faculty trustees hold their non-voting positions on the Board from their executive position on the university's Faculty Senate. That is, the chair of the Faculty Senate holds a two-year term on the Board of Trustees, and the immediate past chair holds a one-year term on the Board.

2 The general secretary of the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of the United Methodist Church holds an ex-officio seat on the Board.

3 The president of American University holds a non-voting ex-officio seat on the Board.

4 The bishop of the Baltimore-Washington Conference of the United Methodist Church holds an ex-officio seat on the Board.

5One full-time University student will hold a non-voting position on the Board, nominated by the Trusteeship Committee from among one or more candidates submitted to the Board by the University's undergraduate Student Government, the Washington College of Law Student Bar Association and the University's Graduate Leadership Council.

6 One full-time University student will hold a non-voting position as student trustee-elect on the Board, nominated by the Trusteeship Committee from among one or more candidates submitted to the Board by the University's undergraduate Student Government, the Washington College of Law Student Bar Association and the University's Graduate Leadership Council.

Updated October 2017