Loyola welcomes four new trustees
Loyola University Maryland welcomes four new members to its Board of Trustees. The trustees, recently elected at the University’s annual fall trustee meeting, are:
Joelle Hernandez, ’14, is a young alumni representative. At Loyola, she majored in communication with a specialization in journalism, advertising, and public relations. Hernandez worked at Loyola’s radio station, WLOY, and the GreyComm television studio. She also was a member of the Green and Grey Society and graduated magna cum lade. She is currently an account manager at Lifebooker.
Mark Mullin is president and CEO of Transamerica Corporation. He is chairman of the Americas Management Board, a member of the Aegon USA board of directors and a member of the management board of Aegon N.V. Mullin earned his bachelor’s in English and international business from LaSalle University and his master’s in finance from Loyola.
Karen Paterakis Philippou, ’90, is owner of her own graphic design firm for Baltimore-area clients. Aside from her self-employed work, she consults for H&S Properties Development Corporation in design and marketing. Philippou is an assistant varsity field hockey coach at Bryn Mawr School, where she served on the Board of Trustees for seven years. She is a lifetime board member at the Gerstell Academy. The Baltimore native earned her bachelor’s in communication, with a concentration in advertising and public relations, with a minor in psychology from Loyola. During her time at Loyola, Philippou played field hockey and lacrosse.
Arun Subhas is a partner at Ernst and Young in Baltimore. Subhas serves on the board of the Maryland Food Bank, Board for Catholic Charities in Baltimore, and the advisory board for the College of Business at Austin Peay State University. He is a graduate of the 2013 Greater Baltimore Committee Leadership program. Prior to his career in accounting, Subhas served in the United States Army for seven years.
Loyola’s Board of Trustees consists of a group of business, civic, education, and religious leaders, each of whom supports the University’s mission of inspiring students to learn, lead, and serve in a diverse and changing world. The Board of Trustees challenges Loyola to not only achieve its mission, but to stretch and aspire, to continually assess and improve upon the educational experiences for all students.