Three new members, including two alumnae, joined College of Notre Dame of Maryland’s Board of Trustees at its October meeting.
Colette Cutrone Bennett is the national sports marketing manager for Rolex Watch USA, where she has worked for more than 15 years. In her role, she is responsible for corporate endorsements, branding and U.S. events and marketing for motorsports, golf, sailing, tennis, equestrian and exploration. Additionally, Bennett has worked for Central Casting on two major films, including “Forrest Gump.” She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Arts from College of Notre Dame.
Taylor L. Foss serves as vice president, chief human resource officer, at LifeBridge Health, a position she has held for five years. Prior to LifeBridge Health, Foss worked in senior-level positions at Allfirst Financial, Fortis Financial Group, First Bank System and Maryland National Bank. She is involved actively with the United Way, both nationally and locally. In 2009, Foss was presented with the Clementine Peterson Award from the United Way of Central Maryland. Last year, she was presented a Distinguished Woman of the Year Award by Girl Scouts of Central Maryland and was named to Maryland’s Top 100 Women. Ms. Foss holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Purdue University.
Patricia Mosellen Hillman is managing director and executive vice president of technology for Devonshire Investors, the private investment firm affiliated with FMR LLC, the parent company of Fidelity Investments. She also serves on Fidelity Investment’s Global Technology Board. Hillman joined Fidelity in 1990 and has served as vice president of applications planning for Fidelity Investments Systems Company and executive vice president of customer and technology services. Prior to joining Fidelity, Hillman worked in executive, management and consulting positions with Bank of Boston, MultiSystems, Inc., Bain & Co., Index Group and General Electric Information Systems. She serves on the Board of the Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps and is a member of the Boston College Women’s Council. Hillman received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from College of Notre Dame and an MBA in Finance from Boston College.
College of Notre Dame of Maryland is the first Catholic college for women in the United States to award the four-year baccalaureate degree. This semester, the College welcomed its inaugural class to the School of Pharmacy, the first on the campus of a women’s college in the country to offer a doctor of pharmacy degree.