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Mitchell College Welcomes New Trustees

Welcome New Trustees

The Mitchell College Board of Trustees is pleased to announce four new members who have joined the board over the last year. New trustees include Mark Alberti, retired director at Pfizer; Kevin Coleman ’18, litigation associate at Covington & Burling; Moish Tov, CEO and chairman of JoyDew, an organization providing a path to employability, personal fulfilment, and community for autistic adults; and Marc Verbos, president of AIMCOR Aligned Distribution and executive vice president of AIMCOR Group, LLC, a national insurance marketing organization. Dr. Anne Bingham Pierson, a descendant of the Mitchell family for whom the college is named and recipient of a 2019 honorary Doctor of Science, has been named an honorary trustee.

Board of Trustees Chair Richard D’Avino said, “Along with my fellow trustees, I am delighted to welcome our four new colleagues and our honorary trustee to the Mitchell College Board of Trustees. Their breadth of expertise and desire to serve will greatly benefit the college as it continues on a trajectory of growth, solidifying Mitchell as a place of radical possibilities and powerful transformation for our students. As the college continues to distinguish itself as an inclusive and accessible institution of higher education, it will benefit from the valuable viewpoints and diverse backgrounds of our new trustees—in business, autism support, law, and with deep Mitchell connections.”

Mitchell College is committed to expanding higher education opportunities for all types of learners, recently adding three new programs: an online degree completion program in Professional Studies for adult learners; the Mitchell Hub, an online learning platform providing industry-focused credentials and professional skill-building for those seeking career entry or advancement; and the STAIRs Program (Skills Training, Advancement, and Individual Readiness), for recent college graduates needing additional guidance and support to gain independence, pursue graduate studies, or seek employment.

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