Six new trustees named at Loyola University Maryland
Loyola University Maryland named six new trustees to the University’s Board of Trustees. Rev. Gregory Chisholm, S.J., Paul Eibeler, ’78, Carrie Fox, ’01, Julia Gray, ’21, MBA ’23, KerryAnn O'Meara, ’93, and Arun Subhas will begin their service on the Board effective Oct. 18, 2023.
"I am grateful for the new trustees and their commitment to our community and support of Loyola University Maryland," said Loyola President Terrence M. Sawyer, J.D. "The new trustees will serve an important role and each members' unique perspective will help to guide the University."
Rev. Gregory Chisholm, S.J.
The superior of the Baltimore Jesuit Community, Rev. Gregory Chisholm, S.J., joined the New England Province of the Jesuits in 1980 and was ordained a priest in 1993. He is now a member of the USA East Province of the Jesuits. From April 1998 until June 2005, Fr. Chisholm served in full-time parish ministry as administrator of Holy Name of Jesus Church in Los Angeles, where he served a strong and diverse Roman Catholic community.
Today, Fr. Chisholm serves on the governing board of Fordham University in New York. He is a 4th Degree Member of the Knights of Peter Claver, a Catholic fraternal organization.
Paul Eibeler, ’78
Paul Eibeler, ’78, is returning to the Board of Trustees after serving two terms from 2012 to 2018. He previously served as CEO of Take 2 Interactive and Chairman of CokeM International. A former Loyola Greyhounds basketball player, Eibeler brings technology and interactive gaming experience from both his work and board experience. Today, he sits on several boards of start-up companies. Additionally, Eibeler is on the board of his high school, Holy Trinity DHS and Long Island Alzheimer and Dementia Center.
Carrie Fox, ’01
Carrie Fox, ’01, is the founder and CEO of Mission Partners, a women-owned strategic communications firm and Certified B Corporation that guides high-potential nonprofits, foundations, and socially responsible corporations in realizing their greatest social impact. Since launching her first firm in 2004, she has guided hundreds of organizations worldwide to lead with purpose, fueling organizations and their missions forward in new and more impactful ways. Fox was a member of the Green & Grey Society as a student and served as a former Loyola trustee from 2016 to 2020.
Julia Gray, ’21, MBA ’23
Julia Gray, '21, MBA ’23, works for Parkway Capital in Baltimore as a private equity analyst. She is involved in underwriting, portfolio management, and deal origination for PCI II, a $126 million committed fund.
Gray graduated summa cum laude from Loyola University Maryland with a B.S. in Biology in 2021 and her MBA from Loyola’s Sellinger School of Business and Management in 2023. A member of the Alpha Sigma Nu honor society, Gray distinguished herself in scholarship, loyalty, and service during her time at Loyola. She was a decorated NCAA DI athlete on the Loyola women’s soccer team. A two-time captain, she earned All-Conference and Academic All-Patriot League Team honors throughout her career while helping her team reach the Patriot League tournament each season.
KerryAnn O'Meara, ’93
KerryAnn O'Meara, ’93, serves as vice president for academic affairs and provost of Teachers College, Columbia University. She is a 1993 graduate of Loyola University Maryland and majored in English Literature. O’Meara earned a master’s degree from The Ohio State University and a doctorate in Education Policy from the University of Maryland (UMD).
Her work has been continuously funded by the National Science Foundation since 2010. She's served on the faculty at UMD for 16 years and directed UMD's ADVANCE program for a decade. Additionally, she was a 2021-2022 American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow and was elected and served as president of the Association for the Study of Higher Education in 2020.
Arun Subhas is the office managing partner for the Baltimore office of Ernst & Young LLP. Based in Baltimore for his entire public accounting tenure, Subhas is active in the community, including service on nonprofit organization boards. He is active at his parish, Cathedral of Mary our Queen, and serves as chair of its finance committee.
Subhas is a certified public accountant licensed in Maryland and holds a Master of Science degree in taxation from the University of Baltimore. Prior to his career in public accounting, he served in the U.S. Army for seven years. He previously served as a Loyola trustee.