Trustees tap newest members

By Hassan S. Ali

The University tapped four corporate leaders to join its Board of Trustees this June.

Rodney Goldstein, who chairs investment firm Frontenac Company, is a University Medical Center trustee and headed the volunteer committee for constructing the Comer Children’s Hospital.

Steven Kersten (J.D. ’80), president of Water Saver Faucet Company, has volunteered with the Chicago Initiative and two Law School Reunion committees.

Gregory Wendt (A.B. ’83), senior vice president of Capital Research Company, chairs the Make-A-Wish Foundation in San Francisco and volunteers for the University’s Alumni Schools Committee.

Jon Winkelried (A.B. ’81, M.B.A. ’82), president of Goldman Sachs Group Incorporated, has served as an interviewer for the Alumni Schools Committee.