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UNC adds new members to Board of Trustees

Trustees Steve Lerner, Peter Grauer, Sallie Shuping Russell, Phil Clay and Alston Gardner will be replaced by five new members in July

William A. Keyes IV

Keyes is the president of the Institute for Responsible Citizenship, a Washington D.C. leadership program for African American male college students. He serves as an advisor to the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, which he received his graduate degree from. Keyes was a member of the Board of Visitors from 2006 to 2010. He was previously a senior policy advisor at the White House.

Julia Sprunt Grumbles

Grumbles is a former vice president of human resources, public relations and corporate marketing resources for Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. She served as interim vice chancellor for development at UNC-Chapel Hill. Grumbles co-chaired the Women's Leadership Council and advised former Chancellor Holden Thorp in creating the Innovation@Carolina program. Grumbles sat on the boards for UNC Health Care and the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center. 

Allie McCullen

McCullen owns a real estate company in Clinton. He began his studies at N.C. State University before transferring to UNC-Chapel Hill, where he graduated with a degree in history in 1968. He has served on the boards of his local hospital, community college and state baking commission. McCullen said he hopes to continue a tradition of excellence at UNC. 

Ed McMahan

McMahan served on the UNC-system Board of Governors from ... until this year. He is a former republican member of the N.C. House of Representatives, where he served Mecklenburg county. McMahan is the president and CEO of the Little-McMahan group. He is an advisory board member for the Salvation Army and. McMahan graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with a degree in industrial relations. He was appointed by Governor Pat McCrory. 

Hari Nath

Nath served on the UNC-system Board of Governors since 2011. He has volunteered with the N.C. Governor's Office and was a board member for The Carying Place, which provides transitional housing to low-income families. Nath is a retired business owner and founder of the Technology Planning and Management group, where he served as CEO until 2001. Nath was appointed by Governor Pat McCrory. 

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