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Board of Directors

The Board of Directors, comprising alumni and friends from across the United States, meets twice a year to support Bethel’s mission and to help shape the future of the institution.

Thomas A. Adrian

Chair

Newton, Kansas
Current term ends 2025
Board appointment

 

Faith A. Allen

Kansas City, Missouri
Current term ends 2026
Board appointment

 

Kate E. Brubacher

Kansas City, Missouri
Current term ends 2021
Board appointment

 

James R. Ensz

Beatrice, Nebraska
Current term ends 2022
Western District Conference appointment

 

Daniel P. Flickinger

North Newton, Kansas
Current term ends 2021
Pacific Southwest Mennonite Conference appointment

 

Wynn M. Goering

Albuquerque, New Mexico
Current term ends 2021
Board appointment

 

Galen W. Goertzen

Secretary

Spokane, Washington
Current Term ends 2023
Pacific Northwest Mennonite Conference appointment

 

Roberta C. Franz Hodgson

Spokane, Washington
Current term ends 2026
Pacific Northwest Mennonite Conference appointment

 

Blair J. Loganbill

Hesston, Kansas
Current term ends 2024
Alumni Association appointment

 

Sharon E. Nance

Dallas, Texas
Current term ends 2022
Western District Conference appointment

 

Thomas A. Penner

Treasurer

Moorestown, New Jersey
Current term ends 2022
Board appointment

 

Cynthia A. Doyle Perkins

Indianapolis, Indiana
Current term ends 2026
Board appointment

 

Lori L. Schmidt-Harrison

Vice-chair

Santa Barbara, California
Current term ends 2026
Alumni Association appointment

 

Diana Schunn

Whitewater, Kansas
Current term ends 2025
Western District Conference appointment

 

Sharon L. Waltner

Parker, South Dakota
Current term ends 2026
Mennonite Education Agency appointment

 

Heather S. Esau Zerger

Newton, Kansas
Current term ends 2021
Mennonite Education Agency appointment

About Bethel

As the first Mennonite college founded in North America, Bethel College celebrates a tradition of progressive Christian liberal arts education, diversity within community, and lifelong learning.