University of Richmond's board of trustees has elected five new members and a vice rector.

Michael Segal of Pacific Palisades, Calif., was elected in January to a term that concludes in 2016. Louis W. Moelchert Jr. of Richmond, S. D. Roberts Moore of Roanoke, Susan Gunn Quisenberry of Richmond and Gregory S. Rogowski of Chattanooga, Tenn., have all been elected to terms that begin July 1 and end in June 2017.

In addition, Allison P. Weinstein was elected vice rector. Weinstein, co-president and chief operating officer of Weinstein Properties in Richmond, served on the board from 2001–09 and returned in 2010. 

Segal is the managing partner of Fred Segal Family LLC, where he oversees worldwide branding for Fred Segal, internationally known for more than 50 years for trend-setting fashion. Segal holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Pomona College and a master’s of theatre arts from UCLA. He is a trustee of Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles and Pomona College. He is also a director of Heal the Bay, the Good Hope Medical Foundation, and the Los Angeles World Affairs Council. He is chair of the board of Semester at Sea. Segal is also an advisory board member of The Partnership Scholars Program.

Moelchert is chairman of Private Advisors LLC, which he founded in 1997. Private Advisors provides both hedge fund and private equity investments to institutional and high net worth clients. Private Advisors is a subsidiary of New York Life Insurance Company. Moelchert retired from the University of Richmond in 2005 after 30 years of service. He joined the University in 1975 as vice president for business and finance and treasurer and later was the founding president of Spider Management Company, the endowment management company of the university. He has both B.B.A. and master of accountancy degrees from the University of Georgia. He serves as a trustee of the Virginia Chapter of The Nature Conservancy. 

Moore is senior litigation partner of the Roanoke law firm Gentry, Locke, Rakes & Moore. His practice includes product liability, health care, appellate, alternative dispute resolution, complex and multi-party litigation, medical malpractice and personal injury. Moore has been recognized consistently as one of the prominent trial attorneys in Virginia. He attended Virginia Tech before earning an L.L.B. degree from University of Richmond’s School of Law in 1961.

Quisenberry is an information technology consultant with Quisenberry & Warren Ltd., a Richmond consulting firm specializing in information technology management. She serves on the board of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Central Virginia Affiliate. She also is a member of the Virginia Tech College of Science Dean’s Roundtable. Quisenberry earned a B.S. degree from the University of Richmond in 1965. She served as the first president of the University of Richmond Alumni Association, formed in 2003. She served on the university’s board of trustees as an alumnae representative from 1997–2000 and returned to the board in 2001, serving as vice rector from 2006–09. She was awarded trustee emerita status in 2009. Quisenberry is a member of the University of Richmond National Campaign Committee.

Rogowski was named president of Mueller Co., a subsidiary of Mueller Water Products, Inc., a leading manufacturer and marketer of infrastructure and flow control products for water distribution networks and treatment facilities, in May 2009. He was formerly president and chief executive officer of Richmond, Va.-based Performance Fibers, a manufacturer of high-performance industrial fibers and related materials with operations in the U.S., France, Germany, South Korea and China. Rogowski previously held several positions at Honeywell, including general manager for the Americas and global marketing director. He received a B.S. degree from Virginia Tech, M.B.A. degree from the University of Richmond, and M.S. degree from the University of Akron. He also serves on the university’s National Campaign Committee.