The newly elected members are James Babb, Dudley Flood, Charles Mercer and Gladys Robinson.
Five of the six members of the BOG up for re-election were selected -- Bradley Adcock, Frank Grainger, Robert Warwick, Craig Souza and BOG Vice Chairman John Cecil.
The only member not re-elected was John Sanders, who said he was disappointed but has no plans to run for the post again in the future.
"I regret not being re-elected," said Sanders, who was first elected to the board two years ago. "I enjoyed being on the board and worked hard to be re-elected, but the House has decided."
Thirty-two voting members sit on the board. Half are selected by the House and half by the Senate. The Senate elected its new members in March.
The newly elected members expressed their eagerness to get started in their new positions.
"I am very, very honored," said Babb, who is from Charlotte and involved with broadcasting. "It was a good group of candidates, and I look forward to being a part of the board."
Robinson, who is CEO of the Sicklecell Disease Association of the Piedmont, also said she was pleased with her election.
"I am very pleased and ecstatic and not to mention very appreciative to the House for putting me on this board."