College Elects New Board of Trustee Members

AlumniWinter 2009
Mount Mercy has elected three new members to serve on its Board of Trustees, each to serve a three-year term. They include Monticello resident Cammie Greif ’88; Lakeville, Minnesota resident Scott B. Lynch ’85; and Greenwood, Indiana resident Margee (Smith) Stamper ’77.  
Cammie Greif '88

Cammie Greif '88

Greif is the founding vice-president of 2nd Story Software, Inc., an online tax software company. She previously served as director of online marketing with Parsons Technology. She was the recipient of Mount Mercy’s 2008 Alumni Professional Achievement Award and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree.

 

 

 

 

Scott B. Lynch '85

Scott B. Lynch '85

Lynch serves as senior vice president and chief legal officer for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota. He previously served as vice president and general counsel for Novartis Nutrition Corporation, one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies. Lynch graduated from Mount Mercy with a Bachelor of Arts degree in public relations.

 

 

 

 

Margee (Smith) Stamper '77

Margee (Smith) Stamper '77

Stamper serves as director of alumni relations at Franklin College in Franklin, Indiana. She previously served as director of stewardship and donor relations and director of major and annual giving. Prior to joining Franklin College she was employed by the National FFA Foundation. Stamper recently completed a term on the Board of Directors of Human Services, Inc. She graduated from Mount Mercy with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree.

The Mount Mercy Board of Trustees has legal authority and responsibility for the College. Charles A. Rohde serves as the chair of the board.

“Mount Mercy’s alumni continue to be a strong resource for this institution,” says President Christopher Blake. “Our newest members showcase the ambition, entrepreneurship, and integrity that all our alumni share, and we look forward to utilizing their strengths as Board of Trustee members.”

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