The Indiana University Foundation has added two members to its board of directors. They include executives from Coca-Cola Co. (NYSE: KO) and Price Communications Corp.
Kim Pressman, a 1978 IU graduate, is a former executive vice president and chief financial officer for Price Communications Corp. and retired after the company’s liquidation in 2007. She is currently the board chair for the nonprofit organization Kula for Karma and co-chair of the campaign committee for the IU Foundation Women’s Philanthropy Leadership Council.
Curt Ferguson, a 1980 IU graduate, currently serves as president of Middle East and North African business unit of Georgia-based Coca-Cola Co. (NYSE: KO). Next month, Ferguson will become president of the company’s China and Korea region.
"I am truly delighted to welcome Kim and Curt to the board," said Dan Smith, president of the IU Foundation. "They both bring exemplary skill in business, finance and leadership that will, in turn, contribute to the success, diversity and relevance of our board well into the future."
The IU Foundation Board of Directors serves as the legal governing body for the organization.