New trustees as of July 1:

AMY ALVING *88, a director at Fannie Mae and former chief technology officer at Science Applications International Corp.

SUMIR CHADHA ’93, co-founder and managing director of WestBridge Capital, and co-founder and former managing director of Sequoia Capital India. 

HEATHER GERKEN ’91, the dean of Yale Law School and a former Obama campaign senior adviser.

ANTHONY H.P. LEE ’79, director of Aberon Pty Ltd. and former finance executive in Hong Kong.

BOB PECK ’88, founder and managing director of the investment firm FPR Partners.

TERRI SEWELL ’86, the first black woman to represent Alabama in Congress, serving as vice chair of  the Ways and Means Committee.

BRAD SMITH ’81, president of Microsoft, where he has worked since 1993. 

SARAH VARGHESE ’19, a computer science major and Outdoor Action leader who was elected as young alumni trustee. She will work as a business analyst at Digital McKinsey.

ANTHONY YOSELOFF ’96, co-executive managing member of Davidson Kempner Capital Management LP and a member of the board of directors of the Princeton University Investment Co.

The board also approved designating one of the nine alumni-elected trustee positions to be filled by a recent graduate of the Graduate School, starting next year.