New Bethany trustees named

BETHANY — Bethany College President the Rev. Tamara Nichols Rodenberg announced the addition of four new members to the college’s board of trustees.

They are:

¯ Patrick Hosey, a 1980 Bethany graduate who has worked in the field of information technology, holding sales and sales management positions at IBM from 1981 to 2000 and at Mainline Information Systems since 2000. He has served as president, vice president and member of the Bethany’s Alumni Association board of directors.

¯ Sean McBride, a 1986 Bethany graduate who founded DSM Strategic Communications, a full-service public relations agency serving companies, trade associations and not-for-profit organizations; and served George H.W. Bush’s 1988 presidential campaign and in the Reagan-Bush presidential transition office. He also has served as vice president of communications for the Grocery Manufacturers Association and U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Legal Reform and chaired the Bethany alumni association’s development committee.

¯ Georgiana Riley, a 1971 Bethany graduate who is president and owner of TIGG Corp., a manufacturer of purification systems for water, air and industrial gases and liquids. She has been a board member for the Pittsburgh branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, a member of the Women Presidents Organization and is a founding member of the Next Act Fund, which aids early stage woman-owned/led companies.

¯ Craig Williams, a 1996 Bethany graduate who is vice president of Health Care Innovation and Management Solutions at Johns Hopkins HealthCare LLC and special adviser to the university’s president for regional economic development strategy. He also was chief of staff to Maryland Gov. Lawrence Hogan Jr. and deputy director of policy for Maryland Governor Robert Ehrlich Jr.

Rodenberg said, “We are pleased to welcome new, talented and dedicated members to the board of trustees. We intentionally sought leadership personalities that will continue to strengthen Bethany College now and in the future. Thank you to our newly elected board class of 2022.”

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