Patricia J. Mitchell, vice president, global sales and operations, IBM Global Technology Services, was elected chair of the Board of Trustees at College of Notre Dame of Maryland. Mitchell, an alumna from the class of 1969, assumed her new position July 1.
Marion I. Knott, former senior vice president at M&T Bank, was elected vice chair. Robert R. Manfredi, president of RRM Associates, LLC, a consulting engineering firm, was elected treasurer.
Elected to the Board of Trustees for a three-year term were Helen Marikle Passano, secretary/director of the Passano Foundation and an alumna from the class of 1969, and Stanton G. Ades, senior vice president and co-founder of NeighborCare Pharmacies and Omnicare, Inc.
College of Notre Dame of Maryland is the first Catholic college for women in the United States to award the four-year baccalaureate degree. In addition to the Women’s College for traditional-age students, College of Notre Dame offers a part-time Weekend College, Accelerated College and Graduate Studies. In the fall, the College welcomes its inaugural class to its School of Pharmacy, the first on the campus of a women’s college in the United States.