College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Advisory Board

The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Advisory Board serves to enhance the visibility of the College and to foster an appreciation for the liberal arts in society. The advisory board meets at least twice annually, in the spring and the fall. Members are appointed by the dean of the College for a renewable three-year term.

Tony Arnold
Land Use and Environmental Law Professor
James Bredfeldt
Teree Caldwell-Johnson
Chief Executive Officer of Oakridge Neighborhood and Oakridge Neighborhood Services
Glendon Cox
Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education
Alan Craven
Shakespeare Scholar
Tom Curzon
Venture Capital Lawyer
Cathy Daicoff
Senior Credit Policy Officer
Hospital Administrator and Art Collector
Ellen Goheen
William Inge Center for the Arts Executive Board Member
Hamilton Hill
Orville Kolterman
Amylin Pharmaceuticals Senior Vice President, Research and Development
Linda Loubert
Assistant Professor of Economics
Randall Marcuson
Executive Chairman of Advanced Animal Diagnostics
John McConnell
Chief Executive Officer of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Professor; Medical Director
Winifred Pinet
Corporate Finance, Treasury and Risk Expert
Terri Reicher
Associate General Counsel for Litigation
Reggie Robinson
Professor of Law & Director of the Center for Law and Government at Washburn University
Michael Rome
Senior Managing Partner in Business Development and Marketing Strategies
Richard Rothfelder
City Attorney
Stuart Shea
Chief Operating Officer of SAIC
Sue Spradley
Executive Director of US Ignite
Shawna Tunnell
Partner at Hogan Lovells


Roger Viola
President of Topeka Community Foundation
Ronald Wasinger
Vice President, Law at Sony Electronics Inc.
Osborne Wong
Business and Pharmaceutical Chemistry Consultant


Jessica Beeson
Director of Alumni & Community Engagement

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