College Board Welcomes Seven New Trustees

NEW YORK—College Board welcomed a new chair and vice chair and seven new Trustees to its 31-member governing board following the Annual Meeting of Members at the College Board Forum. 

The new board members bring a wealth of experience and knowledge from schools, districts, and universities across the country. These new trustees were elected by and will represent different areas and segments of College Board’s membership as follows: 

Incoming Board Leadership  

  • Tom Moore, Superintendent, Niles Township High School District 219, Skokie, IL, was elected to serve as Chair 
  • Susan Enfield, Superintendent, Washoe County School District, Reno, NV, was elected to serve as Vice Chair 
  • Ronné Turner, Vice Provost for Admissions and Financial Aid, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO, will transition into the role of Past Chair 


  • Kedra Ishop, Vice President for Enrollment Management, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 
  • Jennifer Norrell, Superintendent, East Aurora School District 131, Aurora, IL 
  • Elizabeth Chacko, Associate Provost for Special Programs and the Mount Vernon Campus Academic Experience, Professor of Geography & International Affairs, George Washington University, Washington, DC 


  • Patti McCarthy, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA (representing the Middle States region) 
  • Adrian Palazuelos, Superintendent, Sonoma Valley Unified School District, Sonoma, CA (representing the Western region) 
  • Maggie Hinojosa, Senior Vice President for Strategic Enrollment and Student Affairs, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Edinburg, TX (representing the Southwestern region) 

Appointed Member  

  • Jason Klein, Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY  

The Board of Trustees serves as the primary governing body of College Board, a not-for-profit organization, with guidance from the trustee committees, three national assemblies and six regional assemblies. College Board Trustees are responsible for fulfilling key fiduciary responsibilities, approving the mission, annual budget, strategic goals, and objectives of the organization, and advising the CEO who is responsible for the management of the organization.  Each assembly, through its elected trustee representatives, provides College Board with guidance on key issues and initiatives to help ensure a balance of regional and professional perspectives.