Three Join Manchester University Board of Trustees

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Three alumni have joined the Manchester University Board of Trustees. Nadine Pence (pictured) is executive director of the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion, a center funded by Lilly Endowment Inc., located at Wabash College. The 1976 Manchester graduate lives in Crawfordsville and holds a Master of Divinity degree from Bethany Theological Seminary and a doctorate from the University of Chicago in constructive theology. Her volunteer experiences include two years with Brethren Volunteer Service. She is a recipient of the Alumni Honor Award, the highest recognition the Alumni Association can bestow on a Manchester graduate.

Audrey Hahn recently retired as chancellor of the Indiana Wesleyan University-National and Global Campus; it oversees all nonresidential IWU services. She graduated from Manchester in 1976 with a bachelor’s degree in sociology. Hahn's volunteer experiences includes serving on the board member as vice chairman at the Wabash Church of the Brethren, involvement in the church Music Ministry, and as a board member at the Wabash Valley Music Association (Honeywell Center).

Brian Harshberger of South Bend has worked at AM General LLC for two decades, currently serving as treasurer. He graduated from Manchester in 1990 with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and in 1991 with a master’s degree in accounting. Harshberger also holds a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Notre Dame. He has served as a member, vice president and president of the Mental Health Association of Elkhart County.

Trustees serve five-year terms.

Board members include: Chair John Zeglis, Tim Airgood, Parker Beauchamp, James H. Colon, Ding-Jo Hsia Currie, Sara Edgerton, Susan Kinsel Fitze, Lisa Ford, John W. Gilmore, Patricia S. Grant, John J. Haines, Carolyn Moldenhauer Hardman, Mary S. Haupert, C. Scott Hullinger, Linda M. Kroll, Manchester University President Dave McFadden, Madalyn Metzger, Rick E. Mishler, Mike Packnett, Stephen Reid, Mark Rosenbury, Sara Rundell, Matthew J. Sprunger, Douglas Storts and Richard P. Teets Jr.

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