New College Foundation Appoints Five to Board of Directors



The New College Foundation, the philanthropic organization supporting New College of Florida, has announced the appointment of five new members to its board of directors.

Glenn P. Hendrix, a 1981 graduate of New College, is chair of Arnall, Golden & Gregory, LLP, in Atlanta. He is the founding president of the Atlanta International Arbitration Society and active in the American Bar Association, presently serving as the ABA’s representative to the U.S. State Department's Advisory Committee on International Law. Steve Jacobson is a 1975 graduate of New College and chair of the New College Alumni Association Board. He is currently employed at Northwestern University as a cryogenics engineer. George Quarterman, owner of a State Farm Insurance and Financial Services office in Sarasota, has 28 years of experience providing insurance and financial services. John F. “Jack” Schlegel served as the chief executive officer of three major national associations in health care before becoming a consultant with experience in strategic planning, board orientation, leadership and management development, organizational assessment and more. Henry Smyth, who graduated from New College in 1981, is director and investment manager for Granville Cooper Gold Fund II, Ltd. He resides in the Bahamas.

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