Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees is the governing body of Mayo Clinic. It has overall responsibility for the charitable, clinical practice, scientific and educational mission and purposes of Mayo Clinic as set forth in its Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws.

Mayo Clinic trustees

  • Linda G. Alvarado
  • Bradbury H. (Brad) Anderson
  • Daniel J. Berry, M.D.
  • Jeffrey W. Bolton, Vice President and CAO
  • Thomas J. (Tom) Brokaw
  • Steven J. Buskirk, M.D.
  • Armando Codina
  • Mary Sue Coleman, Ph.D.
  • Wyatt W. Decker, M.D.
    Vice President, Mayo Clinic
    CEO, Mayo Clinic in Arizona
  • Samuel A. Di Piazza Jr., Chair
  • Michael E. Dougherty
  • Gianrico Farrugia, M.D.
    Vice President, Mayo Clinic
    CEO, Mayo Clinic in Florida
  • William W. (Bill) George
  • Bobbie S. Gostout, M.D.
  • Eddie L. Greene, M.D.
  • George C. Halvorson
  • C. Michel Harper, Jr., M.D.
  • Roy A. Herberger Jr., Ph.D.
  • Pamela O. Johnson, R.N.
  • Lois E. Krahn, M.D.
  • Dawn S. Milliner, M.D.
  • John H. Noseworthy, M.D., President and CEO
  • Ronald L. Olson
  • Aulana L. Peters
  • Michael K. Powell
  • Veronique Roger, M.D.
  • Eric E. Schmidt, Ph.D.
  • Randolph C. Steer, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Diana L. Taylor
  • Charles B. Tomm
  • Mary J. (Mary Jo) Williamson

Trustee profiles

  1. Linda G. Alvarado
    1. Linda G. Alvarado joined the board in 2012.
    2. Pomona College.
    3. Formed her own construction company in 1976 at a time when it was unprecedented for women and minorities to provide leadership in this field; it became one of the most successful construction firms in the country. Co-owner of the Colorado Rockies baseball franchise; Revlon Business Woman of the Year; one of 100 Most Influential Hispanics in America; Horatio Alger Award recipient; National Women's Hall of Fame inductee; White House Commission for Excellence in Hispanic Education; National Women's Economic Alliance Director's Choice Award recipient; Sara Lee Frontrunner Award recipient.
  2. Bradbury H. (Brad) Anderson
    1. Brad Anderson joined the board in 2009.
    2. University of Denver; Waldorf College, Forest City, Iowa.
    3. Spent 36 years at Best Buy Company, retiring in 2009 as chief executive officer and vice chairman. Began his career with Best Buy in 1973 as a commissioned salesperson for Sound of Music, the precursor to Best Buy; led Best Buy's evolution from a product-centered company to a customer-centric one where customer needs dictate what and how products are sold; continues to serve on a variety of corporate boards: Carlson Companies, General Mills, LightHaus Logic and Waste Management; a charter member of the Job Creators Alliance — helping others find their callings within their vocation; active on a number of nonprofit boards: Minnesota Public Radio, Prager University, and the American Film Institute National Council.
  3. Daniel J. Berry, M.D.
    1. Daniel J. Berry, M.D. joined the board in 2013.
    2. Dartmouth College; Harvard Medical School; orthopedic surgery residency, Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Surgery Program; fellowships in Bern, Switzerland; Paris; Mayo Clinic Rochester.
    3. Appointed to the Staff of Mayo Clinic, 1991; specialty in complex and revision hip and knee surgery. Appointed chair of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, 2005; named as L.Z. Gund Professor of Orthopedic Surgery. Numerous committee appointments in surgery, administration and facilities. Published more than 150 peer-reviewed papers, 70-plus chapters and edited six books on hip and knee arthroplasty. Leadership in many national and international organizations related to orthopedic and hip surgery. Past president, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
  4. Jeffrey W. Bolton
    1. Jeffrey W. Bolton joined the board in 2011.
    2. Pennsylvania State University; University of Pittsburgh.
    3. Contract administrator, City of Pittsburgh, 1979-1981; Planning/Financial Analysis, University of Pittsburgh, 1981-1984; Carnegie Mellon University, 1984-2002 — various positions including vice president for Business and Planning and CFO, 1998-2002; Mayo Clinic, chief financial officer and chair, Mayo Foundation Finance Department, Rochester, Minn., 2002-2013. Vice President, Administration and CAO, 2013-present.
  5. Thomas J. (Tom) Brokaw
    1. Tom Brokaw joined the board in 2008.
    2. University of South Dakota.
    3. Extensive, award-winning national and global reporting with NBC News, 1966-present; host, "Today" show, 1976-1982; anchor, "NBC Nightly News," 1982-2004; continuing work with NBC as special projects producer and presenter and special correspondent, NBC News; author of many articles and acclaimed books, notably "The Greatest Generation" and "Boom!: Voices of the Sixties."
  6. Steven J. Buskirk, M.D.
    1. Steven J. Buskirk, M.D., joined the board in 2012.
    2. University of Nebraska College of Medicine; internship and residency at Mayo Clinic.
    3. Professor of radiation oncology and chair of the Department of Radiation Oncology at Mayo Clinic in Florida. Has practiced at Mayo locations in Minnesota and Florida. Numerous executive leadership positions related to governance and his specialty interests at Mayo Clinic in Florida; chair for the Radiation Oncology Section of the Florida Radiologic Society; fellow of the American College of Radiology; certified by American Board of Radiology; reviewing editor for scientific journals; listed in The Best Doctors in America.
  7. Armando Codina
    1. Executive Chairman of Codina Partners, LLC, a real estate and development firm based in Coral Gables, Fla. Previous leadership: Chairman of Flagler; founder, Chairman and CEO of Codina Group; founder and President of Professional Automated Services, Inc. Board memberships include: Lead Director of AMR Corporation (parent of American Airlines), The Home Depot, National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts/YOUNG ARTS, Chair of Town Square Neighborhood Development Corp, Chairman Emeritus of Florida International University, co-founder of Community Partnership for the Homeless and member of the Florida Council of 100. Awards include: Wharton School Entrepreneur of the Year, American Red Cross Humanitarian of the Year, Hispanic Entrepreneur Award and Merage Foundation National Leadership Award, recognizing immigrants who make a positive impact on quality of life for all Americans.
  8. Mary Sue Coleman, Ph.D.
    1. Mary Sue Coleman is president emerita of the University of Michigan, an institution she led for 12 years before retiring in July 2014.
    2. Time magazine named her one of the nation's "10 best college presidents," and the American Council on Education honored her with its Lifetime Achievement Award.

      She continues to be a recognized higher education leader at the national level. She co-chairs the Lincoln Project, an initiative of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences to preserve the strength and diversity of public research universities. She also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Society for Science & the Public, a nonprofit organization dedicated to public engagement in scientific research and education.

      She is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Kavli Foundation, which promotes science and support for scientists; the Board of Trustees of the Gates Cambridge Scholars, a graduate fellowship program; and the Board of Trustees of the Mayo Clinic.

      Prior to leading Michigan, she was president of the University of Iowa for seven years. Elected to the Institute of Medicine, Dr. Coleman also is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. She holds a Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of North Carolina and a bachelor's degree in chemistry from Grinnell College.

  9. Wyatt W. Decker, M.D., Vice President, Mayo Clinic and CEO, Mayo Clinic in Arizona
    1. Wyatt W. Decker, M.D., joined the board in 2011.
    2. University of California; M.D., Mayo Medical School; Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education; Denver Health and Hospitals; MBA, Northwestern University.
    3. Vice President of Mayo Clinic and CEO of Mayo Clinic in Arizona, 2011-present. Professor of Emergency Medicine, Mayo Clinic's College of Medicine. Led Mayo Clinic assessment team to plan relief efforts in Haiti following devastating earthquake. Mayo Clinic leadership activities include hospital operations, physician and staff personnel, and public affairs. Inaugural chair, Mayo Clinic Department of Emergency Medicine, 2000-2008. Past chair, Clinical Policies Committee of the American College of Emergency Medicine. Inaugural editor in chief, International Journal of Emergency Medicine. Nationally and internationally recognized speaker in the fields of emergency care, change management and leadership development.
  10. Samuel A. Di Piazza Jr.
    1. Samuel A. Di Piazza Jr. joined the board in 2010.
    2. University of Alabama; University of Houston.
    3. Retired global CEO of PricewaterhouseCoopers International Limited; 36-year career at PwC with multiple leadership positions, including chairman and senior partner and member, Global Leadership Team; recipient of Ellis Island Medal of Honor and the INROADS Leadership Award; internationally recognized author and commentator in fields such as corporate reporting, transparency, anti-corruption and sustainable development; active with many humanitarian initiatives, including Junior Achievement Worldwide, Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City, St. Patrick's Cathedral, National September 11 Memorial and Museum, and New York Ballet.
  11. Michael E. Dougherty
    1. Michael E. Dougherty joined the board in 2012.
    2. University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minn.
    3. Founder and Chairman of Dougherty Financial Group LLC, a collection of seven financial service companies in 14 states managing assets in excess of $42 billion. Dougherty Financial Group was formed in 1977. Mr. Dougherty previously served on the board of directors of Countrywide Bank, N.A. and Carol Health Corporation. He is also a trustee of the University of St. Thomas.
  12. Gianrico Farrugia, M.D., Vice President, Mayo Clinic and CEO, Mayo Clinic Florida
    1. Gianrico Farrugia, M.D., joined the board in 2015
    2. B.S. degree in biology, physics and chemistry at St. Aloysius College in Malta; M.D. degree at University of Malta and Medical School. Completed an internship at St. Luke’s University Hospital in Malta and an internship and residency in internal medicine at Mayo Graduate School of Medicine. Completed a fellowship in gastroenterology at Mayo Graduate School of Medicine.
    3. Dr. Farrugia became CEO of Mayo Clinic in Florida in August 2014. He has been with Mayo Clinic for more than 26 years as a physician jointly appointed in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Department of Internal Medicine, and in the Department of Physiology and Biomedical Engineering at Mayo Clinic’s campus in Rochester, Minnesota. He previously served as the Director of the Center for Individualized Medicine and as associate medical director of the Center for Innovation at Mayo Clinic. A prolific investigator and inventor, Dr. Farrugia has been a leader across the breadth of Mayo’s three-shield mission. He holds the academic rank of professor of medicine and physiology and has full faculty privileges in biomedical engineering at Mayo Graduate School.
  13. William W. (Bill) George
    1. Bill George joined the board in 2012.
    2. Georgia Tech; MBA, Harvard University (Baker Scholar).
    3. Professor of management practice at Harvard Business School; author of four best-selling books ("Authentic Leadership," "True North," "Finding Your True North" and "7 Lessons for Leading in Crisis") and recently published "True North Groups" with co-author Doug Baker; former chairman and chief executive officer of Medtronic Inc.; earlier career included leadership positions with Honeywell, Litton Industries and Department of Defense; directorships and trusteeships include ExxonMobil, Goldman Sachs, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, World Economic Forum USA and Guthrie Theater; recognized as one of the 25 Most Influential Business People of the Last 25 Years by PBS, Executive of the Year by the Academy of Management, and Director of the Year by the National Association of Corporate Directors; frequent appearances and writings in the national media; honorary Ph.D. degrees from Georgia Institute of Technology, Bryant University and University of St. Thomas.
  14. Bobbie S. Gostout, M.D.
    1. Bobbie S. Gostout, M.D., joined the board in 2014.
    2. B.S., College of St. Teresa; M.D., Mayo Medical School. Residencies in internal medicine and obstetrics and gynecology; research fellowship in obstetrics and gynecology; fellowship in gynecologic oncology, Mayo Clinic. Consultant, Division of Gynecologic Surgery, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology with joint appointment to Department of Surgery; chair, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rochester; Professor of Obstetrics-Gynecology. Named to multiple listings of top physicians in the United States; Karis Award honoring Mayo Clinic Values; supplement editor, Gynecologic Oncology. More than 100 teaching sessions, presentations and visiting professorships in the United States and internationally. More than 50 contributions to the medical-scientific literature.
  15. Eddie L. Greene, M.D.
    1. Eddie L. Greene, M.D., joined the board in 2014.
    2. B.S., Millsaps College; M.D., University of Minnesota. University of Minnesota Hospitals and Clinics: internship in internal medicine; resident in internal medicine; fellow in nephrology; United States Public Health Service. Mayo Clinic: Consultant in nephrology and hypertension; Associate Professor of Medicine. Previous leadership: Chair, National Minority Research Investigators, Bethesda, Md.; Director, Renal Clinic, McClennan-Banks Nephrology Clinic, Charleston Memorial Hospital and Medical Center, S.C.; multiple appointments with Medical University of South Carolina; Saint Marys Hospital and Medical Center, Milwaukee, Wis. Professional journals: associate editor, Diabetes Care; reviewing editor, Mayo Clinic Proceedings. More than 300 educational initiatives related to teaching, visiting professorships and volunteerism. More than 50 publications in medical-scientific literature.
  16. George C. Halvorson
    1. George C. Halvorson joined the board in 2013.
    2. B.A., Concordia College; graduate studies, University of Minnesota and University of St. Thomas. Chairman of Kaiser Permanente. Previously: President and CEO, HealthPartners; senior executive positions with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota and Health Accord International. Leadership includes: Chair, First 5 California Commission; Social Media Chair for 2012 Global Health Policy Forum; Chair, Health Governors Meeting, 2009 World Economic Forum; named as one of 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare; Institute of Medicine Roundtable on Value and Science-Driven Health Care; Institute of Medicine Task Force on Making America a Learning Health Care Organization; American Hospital Association's Advisory Committee on Health Reform; National Committee for Quality Assurance; Alliance of Community Health Plans. Awards include: 2013 HISTalk Care IT Lifetime Achievement Award and America's Health Insurance Plans Inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award. Author of five books on health care reform; advisor to the governments of Great Britain, Russia, Jamaica and Uganda on health policy and financing.
  17. C. Michel Harper, Jr., M.D.
    1. C. Michel Harper, Jr., M.D., joined the board in 2014.
    2. B.A., Colby College; M.S. and M.D., University of Nebraska. Residency in internal medicine and neurology and fellowship in electromyography, Mayo Clinic. Consultant in Neurology; Co-Director, Neuromuscular Clinic; Vice Chair, Department of Neurology; Associate Chair for Academic Affairs, Department of Neurology; Professor of Neurology; Vice Chair, Executive Operations Team – Rochester; Executive Dean of Practice, Mayo Clinic, Rochester; Chair, Mayo Clinic Committees. Awards include: Henry W. Woltman Award (excellence in neurology); twice-named Teacher of the Year; Excellence in Teaching Recognition. Author of more than 60 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters and co-author of multiple books on myasthenia gravis and other neuromuscular disorders. Member, Advisory Board, National Myasthenia Gravis Foundation; former member of Editorial Board of the journal Muscle and Nerve.
  18. Roy A. Herberger Jr., Ph.D.
    1. Roy A. Herberger Jr., Ph.D., joined the board in 2006.
    2. University of Texas, Austin; University of Colorado, Boulder.
    3. Associate dean for Academic Affairs, Graduate School of Business, 1973-1982, director of International Business Education and Research Program, 1976-1982, University of Southern California, Los Angeles; dean, Edwin L. Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, 1982-1989; president, Thunderbird, the American Graduate School of International Management, Glendale, Ariz., 1989-2004.
  19. Pamela O. Johnson, R.N.
    1. Pamela O. Johnson, R.N., joined the board in 2014
  20. Lois E. Krahn, M.D.
    1. Lois E. Krahn, M.D., joined the board in 2013.
    2. Bryn Mawr College; Mayo Medical School; psychiatric residency, Georgetown University Medical Center; fellowship, Mayo Graduate School of Medicine; board certified in sleep medicine and adult psychiatry.
    3. Staff of Mayo Clinic, Rochester, 1994-2003; co-director, Mayo Clinic Sleep Disorders Center. Mayo Clinic in Arizona, 2003-present: consultant, Division of Psychiatry and Psychology and Mayo Clinic Sleep Disorders Center; past chair, Department of Psychiatry and Psychology; medical director for education; interim vice dean for Mayo Medical School in Arizona; professor of psychiatry. Professional recognition includes Distinguished Educator Award, two-time Mayo Medical School Faculty Service Award; three-time Teacher of the Year; Mayo Clinic in Arizona Executive Board, 2008-present.
  21. Dawn S. Milliner, M.D.
    1. Dawn S. Milliner, M.D., joined the board in 2009.
    2. Temple University School of Medicine; residency in internal medicine and subspecialty training in nephrology, Mayo Clinic, in Rochester, Minn.; Mayo Foundation scholar for advanced training in pediatric nephrology, Children's Hospital of Los Angeles.
    3. Professor of medicine and professor of pediatrics, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic; chair, Division of Pediatric Nephrology, 1993-2002; medical director, Mayo Eugenio Litta Children's Hospital, 1995-1999; MacMillan scholar, 1999-2000; chair of Clinical Practice Committee, Mayo Clinic, 1999-2003; chair, Clinical Practice Committee, Mayo Clinic, 2005-present; member, Mayo Clinic Board of Governors, 2009-present; active in clinical practice, research and education related to pediatric stone disease, oxalate and primary hyperoxaluria.
  22. John H. Noseworthy, M.D., President and CEO
    1. John H. Noseworthy, M.D., joined the board in 2009.
    2. Dalhousie University; Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada; University of Western Ontario; Harvard Medical School.
    3. Professor of neurology, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic; consultant, Department of Neurology, 1992-present; department chair, 1997-2006; editor-in-chief, Neurology, 2007-2009; vice chair, Mayo Clinic Rochester Executive Board, 2006-2009; medical director for development, 2006-2009; president and CEO, Mayo Clinic, 2009-present.
  23. Ronald L. Olson
    1. Ronald L. Olson joined the board in 2004.
    2. Drake University; University of Michigan; Oxford University (Ford Foundation Fellowship).
    3. Civil Rights Division, Department of Justice, 1967; clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals for D.C. Circuit, 1968; practiced law with the law firm now known as Munger, Tolles & Olson, specializing in commercial litigation and corporate counseling, including corporate governance from 1968-present.
  24. Aulana L. Peters
    1. Aulana L. Peters joined the board in 2007.
    2. College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, N.Y.; University of Southern California.
    3. Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, 1973-1984 and 1988 until retirement in 2000; commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission, 1984-1988; member, Public Oversight Board, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, 2000-2002; serves on the International Public Interest Oversight Board for Auditing and Professional Ethics and the United States Comptroller General's Accountability Advisory Panel.
  25. Michael K. Powell
    1. Michael K. Powell, joined the board in 2011.
    2. College of William and Mary. J.D., Georgetown University.
    3. President and CEO, National Cable & Telecommunications Association. Former member and chairman of Federal Communications Commission (FCC), 2001-2005, under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. At the FCC, he led the transformation from limited analog platforms to powerful digital applications with market-driven solutions to make broadband options available to all Americans regardless of geographic location; concomitant transformation of FCC regulations to meet 21st century needs. Former chief of staff of the Department of Justice Antitrust Division; former policy advisor to Secretary of Defense; military service as armored cavalry officer, United States Army. Service to non-profit boards includes Aspen Institute, America's Promise, Broadband for America and Board of Visitors of the College of William and Mary.
  26. Veronique L. Roger, M.D., M.P.H.
    1. Veronique L. Roger, M.D., joined the board in 2011.
    2. University of Paris; Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education (cardiology); Assistance Publique-Hopitaux de Paris; University of Minnesota, School of Public Health.
    3. Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine (Internal Medicine/Cardiovascular Disease); consultant, Division of Cardiovascular Diseases, Department of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn., 1992-present; vice chair, Personnel Committee, 2006-2009; chair, Department of Health Sciences Research, 2007-present; professor of medicine, professor of epidemiology, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic.
  27. Randolph C. Steer, M.D., Ph.D.
    1. Randolph C. Steer, M.D., Ph.D. joined the board in 2011.
    2. M.D., Mayo Medical School; Ph.D., University of Minnesota; fellow of the American College of Clinical Pharmacology.
    3. Independent pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical devices consultant since 1989; internationally recognized leader in business development, medical marketing, and regulatory and clinical issues; executive positions and directorships include Marion Laboratories, Ciba Consumer Pharmaceuticals, Physicians World Communications Group, Advanced Therapeutics Communications International, R&D Systems, and Vital Therapies Inc.
  28. Charles B. Tomm
    1. Charlie Tomm joined the board in 2013.
    2. Washington & Lee University (B.S. and J.D.); New York University (L.L.M. – master of laws in taxation); service in U.S. Navy Submarine Service and Navy Diver; admitted to the Bars of New York, North Carolina and Florida. Winthrop, Stimson, Putnam & Roberts, New York, 1975-1979; Vice President and General Counsel, Arkansas Best Corporation, 1979-1983; Deputy General Counsel, Schlumberger Limited, 1983-1986; investment banker, Cowen & Company / Robert Fleming, Inc. / Hambrecht & Quist, Inc., 1986-1990; Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, P-I-E Nationwide, Inc., 1990-1994; President and CEO, Coggin / Courtesy AutoGroup, 1994-2008; President and CEO, Brumos Automotive, 2009-present. Service leadership includes Trustee of Washington & Lee University; former Chairman and Commissioner of Jacksonville (Fla.) Housing Authority; Director, HabiJax (Habitat for Humanity in Jacksonville); Director, Jacksonville Sports Council; Lacrosse Coach, The Bolles School; Director, Lighthouse Lacrosse Foundation.
  29. Mary Jo Williamson
    1. Mary Jo Williamson joined the board in 2013
    2. Masters of Business Administration – Emphasis on Finance, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX ; Financial Consultant, Anderson Consulting, Dallas, TX 1991-1992; Budget Director, Rose Medical Center, Denver, CO 1992 – 1993; Operations, Contracting & Payer Relations, Mayo Clinic Rochester, 1993 – 1998; Director, Health Connection, Mayo Clinic Rochester, 1996 – 1998; Administrator, Contracting & Payer Relations, Mayo Clinic Rochester, 1998 – 2004; Administrator, Department of PM&R, Mayo Clinic Rochester, 2006 – 2008; Vice Chair, Dept. of Contracting and Payer Relations, Mayo Clinic Scottsdale, 2004 – 2008; Administrative Director, Provider Rel. Coord. Group, Mayo Clinic Rochester, 2005 – 2010; Vice Chair, Mayo Health System Administration, Mayo Clinic Rochester, 2008 – 2010; Administrative Director, Affiliated Practice Network, 2010 – 2013; Chair, Department of Practice Administration, 2014 – present.

Emeritus public trustees

  • Lilyan H. Affinito
  • Robert E. Allen
  • H. Brewster Atwater Jr.
  • Ambassador Howard H. Baker Jr.
  • James L. Barksdale
  • Barbara M. Barrett
  • Barbara P. Bush
  • Richard B. Cheney
  • France A. Córdova, Ph.D.
  • John H. Dasburg
  • Senator Thomas A. Daschle
  • A. Dano Davis
  • Allan R. DeBoer
  • George C. Dillion
  • Frances D. Fergusson, Ph.D.
  • Bert A. Getz
  • Louis L. Gonda
  • Hanna H. Gray, Ph.D.
  • Robert A. Hanson
  • W. Thomas Johnson Jr.
  • Sister June Kaiser
  • Richard L. Knowlton
  • Philip R. Lee, M.D.
  • Whitney MacMillan
  • Joan D. Manley
  • J. Willard Marriott Jr.
  • Ambassador Donald F. McHenry
  • Newton N. Minow
  • Patricia E. Mitchell
  • Honorable Walter F. Mondale
  • Marilyn Carlson Nelson
  • Luis G. Nogales
  • Hugh B. Price
  • Lee R. Raymond, Ph.D.
  • Frederick W. Smith
  • Edson W. Spencer
  • Donald M. Stewart, D.P.A.
  • Anne M. Tatlock
  • Paul A. Volcker
  • Rawleigh Warner Jr.
  • Robert C. Winters
  • Elias A. Zerhouni, M.D.