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Senior leadership at Polar Beverages, Hanover Insurance Group, and Bowditch & Dewey were among the four leaders from Worcester-based businesses and organizations Anna Maria College in Paxton as new members of the Catholic school's board.
Trustee David Trainor, who was already on the board, was tapped to be the board’s new chair, replacing John Spillane.
“I am proud to welcome these new members to our Board of Trustees and look forward to working with Chair Trainor,” Anna Maria College President Mary Lou Retelle said in a Monday press release. “Each leader brings exceptional expertise to the College from their respective professional capacities and their community perspectives. Their collective knowledge, vision, and drive will carry our institution into the future while preserving our legacy of developing compassionate students with a focus on service to the community.”
The new board members are:
Stephen Carey, Polar Beverages vice president of human resources, who earned his bachelor’s degree and MBA at Anna Maria
Enoch Kyeremateng, director and chaplain of the African Catholic ministry for the Worcester Diocese, who was born in Kumasi, Ghana, and serves as administrator at St. Joan of Arc Parish in Worcester
Basil Morris, Hanover Insurance Group senior vice president and chief strategy officer, who has previously held leadership roles with Nationwide Insurance, JPMorgan Chase, and Bank of America
Mark Powers, a partner at Worcester law firm Bowditch & Dewey, who specializes in commercial law, creditors’ rights, and complex business litigation in state and federal courts. He earned his bachelor’s degree at The College of the Holy Cross in Worcester and his law degree from the University of Chicago Law School.
Trainor, the new chair, is vice president of human resources for Boston College. In his position, he oversees a national research university of 14,500 students, an annual budget in excess of $1.3 billion, and 3,500 full-time faculty and staff, according to the press release.
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