Hudson Institute Elects Four New Members to Board of Trustees
June 26, 2002
by Hudson Marketing Department
INDIANAPOLIS - Charles H. Brunie, L. Ben Lytle, Richard N. Perle, and Jeffrey H. Thomasson have been elected to Hudson Institute's Board of Trustees. They will all serve three-year terms, to expire in 2005.
"Hudson Institute is proud to have individuals of this caliber serving on our board," said Herb London, president of Hudson Institute.
Charles H. Brunie is the former chairman of Oppenheimer Capital, and president of Brunie Associates, which opened in 2001. Brunie currently serves on the board of several other non-profit organizations, including the Zweig Fund, the Zweig Total Return Fund, and the Milton and Rose D. Friedman Foundation, where he is a trustee. He is a 1952 graduate of Amherst College, and a 1956 graduate of Columbia University's Business School.
L. Ben Lytle, chairman of Anthem Incorporated, is one of the leading experts on health care issues. He has provided testimony to Congress and state legislatures on health care reform, chaired Indiana's Governor-appointed health care commission, and served on President Clinton's Commission on Consumer Protection and Quality in Health Care Industry.
Richard N. Perle is a leading authority on national security, military requirements, arms proliferation, and regional conflicts. He currently resides as the chairman of the Defense Policy Board at the Department of Defense and is frequently called upon to advise members of Congress and to testify at congressional policy hearings.
Jeffrey H. Thomasson is CEO and managing director of Oxford Financial Group, whose subsidiaries include Family Office Services of Oxford, Investment Services of Oxford, The Trust Company of Oxford, and Philanthropic Counsel of Oxford. In 2000, he received the Indiana University Kelley School of Business Distinguished Entrepreneur Award.
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