L. Frederick Sutherland

President Emeritus | Retired, ARAMARK

Fred Sutherland served as the executive vice president and chief financial officer of ARAMARK Corporation, a leading global provider of outsourcing services, until his retirement in December 2015.

He received his undergraduate degree from Duke University and an MBA from the Katz School of the University of Pittsburgh.

Sutherland is a director of Consolidated Edison and chair of the Finance Committee. He is on the board of Colliers International, a global commercial real estate services company, and Sterling Talent Solutions, a leading provider of employee background screening.

Sutherland is also a director and past chairman of the board of WHYY, Philadelphia’s public broadcast affiliate, a trustee of Duke University, a trustee of the National Constitution Center, and a trustee and past board president of People’s Light, a leading professional nonprofit theater in the Philadelphia area.

He and his wife, Barbara, live in Haverford, PA.

Kurt W. Brunner, CFA | Investment Manager

Alan E. Casnoff | P&A Associates

Matthew J. Espe | Board Member, Private Equity Advisor and Investor

Earl M. Forte III, Esq. | Robinson+Cole

Mary B. Geisz, Ph.D | Writer/Editor, Health and Health Care

The Rev. Phillip Geliebter | The Free Church of St. John (The Clare Center)

Latasha Harling | Human Resource Operations and DEI Director, Inglis

Cynthia P. Heckscher | The Diversified Search Group

Catherine R. Higgins, Ph.D | Retired, Social Work

The Hon. Renée Cardwell Hughes | Retired Judge

Roger L. Jones | Retired, Independent School Administrator

Mary E. Kohart, Esq. | Elliott Greenleaf

Cheryl Beth Kuchler | Founder and President CEO Think Tank®

Bill Marino | Sybaris Capital

The Rev. John E. Midwood | Retired Executive Director of Episcopal Community Services

Cynthia R. Muse | Formerly, School District of Philadelphia

John Randolph | Formerly, Schuylkill River Development Corporation

Janette Tarafa | Human Resources Director, PPR Capital Management

Chris Trotz | Vice President, Physician Services, St. Joseph’s University Medical Center

The Rev. Peter Vanderveen | Church of the Redeemer, Bryn Mawr