Frances Degen Horowitz ’54
Horowitz is president emerita of the City University of New York Graduate Center. She earned a Ph.D. in developmental psychology from the University of Iowa, was professor and vice chancellor for research, graduate studies and public service at the University of Kansas, served as president of the Society for Research in Child Development, and has been active in a variety of scientific, professional, and higher education associations.
Tendaji Ganges ’71
Ganges works as assistant to the chancellor and executive director of educational opportunity initiatives at the University of Michigan-Flint. Ganges is also a community activist in the areas of social justice issues generally and anti-racism specifically.
David Goodman ’69
Goodman is a principal of North Arrows, LLC since 2004. Previously, he was founder and CEO of United American Energy Corp., an independent electric power producer. He is also the president of The Andrew Goodman Foundation for Human Dignity, social justice and Civil Rights, a nonprofit named for his older brother Andrew, who with James Chaney and Michael Schwerner, were murdered by the Ku Klux Klan on June 21, 1964. He holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Antioch College and an MBA from Stanford University.
Edward H. Richard ’59
Richard is president and CEO of Round Realty Inc., a privately owned real estate investment firm, and president and trustee of the Edward H. Richard Foundation. He is a retired member of the La Jolla Playhouse Board of Trustees, as well as former treasurer and a member of the Nominating, Executive, and Long Range Planning Committees. Richard, Terry Herndon ’57 and Hal Roeth ’61, founded WYSO; Richard served as its first station manager.
Thomas Carhart ’74
Thomas is a principal for South Street Advisors, LLC. His work focuses on Endowment Growth and Management, and Investment Advising, specializing in non-profits. He previously was with Marque Millennium Group, New York City, and was Senior Managing Director for Carver, Cross & Carhart LLC. Tom’s BA from Antioch is in Asian Studies, and he holds an MBA from Columbia University.
Ex Officio Board Member
Charles Fairbanks is an assistant professor of media arts at Antioch College. Fairbanks is a wrestler and filmmaker whose recent work focuses on Lucha Libre in Mexico, where the artist fights as the One-Eyed Cat (El Gato Tuerto) with a camera built into his mask. Previously, he worked as a translator for the Festival Filmer à Tout Prix. Prior to that, Fairbanks was as programmer and producer at the Courtisane Festival, and visiting professor of VideoArte at Tuxtla’s UNICACH, in Chiapas, Mexico. A Guggenheim Fellow, his new work is emerging through collaboration with an indigenous Zoque community in rural Chiapas. Fairbanks holds a BA in art and science, technology and society from Stanford University, and an MFA from the University of Michigan.
Atis Folkmanis ’62
Folkmanis is perhaps best known for the toy manufacturing enterprise that he and his wife, Judy Folkmanis '63, began in the 1960s, and which evolved into San Francisco-based Folkmanis Inc., creators of Furry Folk Puppets. He holds a Ph.D in biochemistry and has conducted post-doctoral research in molecular biology at the University of California at Berkeley.
Jay Greenspan ’76
Founder and chairman of JMJ Associates, Jay Greenspan has provided transformational and consultations to some of the world's largest companies in the energy and construction secrots. Greenspan was instrumental in the development of JMJ's Incident and Injury-Free safety practice program used in chemical plants, construction sites, and computer chip plants, among other industries. Over the past 25 years, Greenspan has led JMJ's support on world-class projects enabling top-tier industrial companies including Intel, BP, Jacobs, Angelo American, Chevron, Skanska, Rio Tinto and Boeing among others, to envision new possibilities and achieve higher levels of performance. Currently, Greenspan also chairs a CEO Forum for 15 U.S.-based construction firms who share best practices with one another.
Joyce O. Idema ’57
Idema is the director of press and public relations at the Santa Fe Opera. She served as public relations director of the National Symphony at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. She also worked as director of marketing and public relations for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Maxwell King is a senior fellow of the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media at Saint Vincent College. He previously served as president of The Heinz Endowments in Pittsburgh, chair of the Board of the National Council on Foundations, and editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Jay W. Lorsch ’55
Lorsch is the Louis Kirstein Professor of Human Relations at the Harvard Business School. He is also the chairman of the Harvard Business School Global Corporate Governance Initiative and faculty chairman of the Executive Education Corporate Governance Series. He earned his M.S. in business from Columbia University and a doctor of business administration from Harvard Business School.
Maureen A. Lynch
Maureen Lynch is an active community leader who has volunteered for more than 35 years in support of women’s rights, civil liberties and access to health care in Dayton and Yellow Springs, where she resides. A native of Akron, Ohio, Lynch currently serves as board president of The Little Art Theatre in Yellow Springs and is a member of the Board of Trustees for The Yellow Springs Community Foundation and the Board of Trustees for The Dayton Foundation. She also serves as a director of Lion Apparel, Inc. She previously has served as a board member or officer for a number of local organizations, including Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, Planned Parenthood of the Greater Miami Valley, Think TV, Dayton YWCA and Friends Care Community, among others. She also was recognized in 2003 as one of the Dayton YWCA Women of Influence.
Sharon Merriman ’55
Merriman is a graduate of the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. She is of counsel in the law firm of Voyles Zahn Paul, a member of the Indianapolis Bar Association and the Indiana State Bar Association, and an arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. She served on the Antioch University Board of Trustees from 2006 to 2012.
Lee Morgan ’66
Morgan is the retired president and CEO of the Antioch Company, a business founded by his father in 1926. He has provided leadership and service to more than a dozen nonprofit organizations and corporate boards, including the Morgan Family Foundation. His grandfather, Arthur Morgan (Antioch president from 1920-36), introduced the concept of cooperative education, a major innovation in higher education.
Mark Reynolds '80
Ex Officio Board Member
Mark is a Communications Programs Specialist for the US Postal Service. Mark has worked in corporate communications for the U.S. Postal Service since 1997, executing publicity, media relations, community relations, employee communications and project management. He is also an award-winning journalist with extensive print, broadcast and online experience. He holds a BA in Dramatic Arts from Antioch. He was elected President of the Alumni Board in 2013.
Elise Roenigk ’64
Elise Roenigk ’64 owns and oversees two landmark hotels in Eureka Springs, Arkansas: the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa and the 1905 Basin Park Hotel, both of which she and her late husband, Marty Roenigk ’65, carefully restored and renovated. Elise holds a bachelor's degree in Biology from Antioch.
Ex Officio Board Member
Roosevelt is the president of Antioch College. He was previously the superintendent of schools in Pittsburgh and served as a Massachusetts state representative. He holds bachelor’s and law degrees from Harvard University and is a graduate of the Broad Urban Superintendent’s Academy.
Richard Socarides ’76
Socarides is the head of public affairs at Gerson Lehrman Group. He formerly served as White House Special Assistant and Senior Advisor to President Bill Clinton. He is a lawyer and former media and entertainment executive who is a prominent leader on gay rights issues and a regular contributor to The New Yorker.
Sylvia Turner ’67
Turner is dean of fine and performing arts at Santa Ana College. An award-winning choreographer and educator who has been active in concert dance, professional theater, and arts organizations for many years, she is also the co-founder of Connect 3, a multimedia performance ensemble.
Malte von Matthiessen ’66
Matthiessen, as a former president and chief executive officer of Yellow Springs Instruments (YSI) Inc. he introduced programs that enhanced quality, led the organization through domestic and global partnership expansions, and implemented sales and distribution in the eastern hemisphere. While leading the charge at YSI, he rejected the traditional top-down reporting structure in favor of a cross-functional and self-directed team atmosphere. In 2002, after 17 years as CEO, he retired and became chair of the board where he served and helped facilitate the sale of the company to ITT in September 2011. Before leading YSI, von Matthiessen worked for the National Cash Register (NCR) Corporation for 17 years. Prior to that, he joined the Peace Crops where he served as a secondary school teacher in Tanzania
Barbara Winslow ’68
Winslow is a professor in the School of Education and in the Women's and Gender Studies Program at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. She is also the founder and project director of the Shirley Chisholm Project of Brooklyn Women's Activism. She received her Ph.D. in women's history from the University of Washington.
Honorary Members of the Board
Leo Drey ’39
Terry O. Herndon ’57
Hon. Eleanor Holmes Norton ’60