Donald '76 Appointed to Bank of America's Board of Directors
The Jan. 23 edition of Bloomberg Business Week notes the appointment of Arnold Donald ’76 to the Bank of America Board of Directors. Donald previously served as president and CEO of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International. From 2000 to 2003, Donald also served as chairman and CEO of Merisant, a privately held global manufacturer of tabletop sweeteners. “The board welcomes the extensive expertise and judgment Arnold brings,” said Charles O. Holliday, chairman of the Bank of America board. “We look forward to working with him.” Donald received a bachelor's degree in economics and currently serves on the Carleton College Board of Trustees.
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