University of Richmond Trustees Welcome Four New Members, Elect New Leaders

June 28, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND — Four new members have joined the University of Richmond Board of Trustees:

  • Stephen J. Aronson, an alum and parent of two UR graduates, whose term begins July 1,
  • Stacy Garrett-Ray, an alum, whose term began Jan. 1,
  • Ajay Nagpal, a parent of a UR student, whose term begins July 1, and
  • Kevin R. Seth, a parent of two UR students, whose term begins July 1.

Arosnon headshotAronson retired from Barclays in 2020 where he served as a managing director in the Global Senior Relationship Management division. During his time with Barclays he also served as head of campus recruiting for distribution, and as the senior executive ally for Barclays’ LGBTQ employees. He previously served on the University’s Board from 2012 until 2019. He served as executive-in-residence with the Robins School of Business from 2019 to 2022 and on the School’s Executive Advisory Council from 2010 to 2017. In 2017, he also received the University of Richmond Alumni Award for Distinguished Service. In 2009, he created the Aronson Family Scholarship, awarded to an international student admitted to UR, in honor of his mother Paraskevi Moisidou. 

Garrett-Ray headshotDr. Garrett-Ray is the senior vice president and chief community impact officer for Ascension, a private healthcare system. In this role, she leads the development and implementation of strategies that address community needs and healthcare access, invest in and maintain sustainable impact to reduce disparities and advance health equity, and convene partners to direct investment and program development. She is a board-certified family physician and is actively involved with her community, including as a member of the board for Garrison Forest School for Girls. She also is a UR alum.

Nagpal headshotNagpal is the chief operating officer at Millennium Management, a global investment firm with more than $52 billion in assets. He serves on the board at Echoing Green, an organization working at the intersection of social justice and social innovation, connecting their expertise and global networks to emerging leaders to create long-lasting social change. He is also a member of the president’s leadership council at Brown University and serves on the board at Morristown Beard School. Nagpal also serves as a governor-at-large for the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

Seth headshotSeth is a partner and portfolio manager at Edgewood Management and a member of the firm’s investment committee. He served for four years as a member of the board of governors at his alma mater, Montana State University. He also served for 12 years as a member and past chairman of the investment committee for the MSU Foundation. Seth is currently on the board of the New Canaan Public Library. He also serves on the board of the National Park Trust and has been a member of the finance committee and the development and land acquisition committees.

In addition, the Board elected R. Lewis Boggs as rector and Kathleen Hughes as vice rector. The two new leaders will begin their terms at the start of the new fiscal year on July 1. Both are University alumni.

Boggs succeeds Paul B. Queally and Hughes succeeds Susan G. Quisenberry. Queally and Quisenberry conclude their term of service on the Board on June 30.

Other trustees who concluded their service on the Board on June 30 are:

  • Louis W. Moelchert Jr., parent of two UR alumni
  • Gregory S. Rogowski, a 1991 graduate business school alum
  • Michael P. Walrath, a 1997 alum and parent of a current student.