Four new members will join Butler University’s Board of Trustees.
“We are exceptionally pleased to have these distinguished individuals join out Board of Trustees,” said Butler University President James Danko. “Their vast business expertise, coupled with their deep interest in Butler University, will be incredibly valuable as we work to advance our Butler 2020 Vision.”
Three of the new members are alumni of Butler.
Jim Dickson ’95, Kevin Morris ’95 MBA and Tracy Stevens were elected to a three-year, renewable terms.
Dickson used his accounting degree to go on to work as the managing director and market executive in the Midwest for Bank of America Merrill Lynch Wealth Management.
Morris is a corporate partner of the Chicago office of the law firm Kirkland & Ellis. He worked with the Black Alumni Association.
Tracy Stevens is a attorney and an agent for her husband, former men’s basketball coach Brad Stevens. She graduated from DePauw University and went on to earn her law degree from Case Western University School of Law.
Kyle Delaney ’03 is the president of the Butler Alumni Association and will serve a two-year term as their representative for the board. He also served on the Young Alumni Board.
Delaney is the director of marketing and communications at Nothwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science.
With these four new members included, Butler’s Board of Trustees will have 28 active members.