New Chair of the Anatolia College Board of Trustees

New Chair of the Anatolia College Board of Trustees

After seven years of service, John H. “Jack” Clymer will be stepping down as distinguished Chair of the Anatolia College Board of Trustees, but will remain an active member of the Board, taking on new responsibilities as Chair of the Investment Committee. On behalf of the Board of Trustees, we are all very grateful for his devoted years of service. Under his leadership, the school has reached new levels of success and prestige.

It is with great honor and enthusiasm that we announce the newest Chair of the Anatolia College Board of Trustees, Albert H. “Chip” Elfner, III. Mr. Elfner was elected to the position of Board Chair at the recent Fall 2015 Board Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts. He has actively served on the Board of Trustees since 1986, and has been Chair of the Investment Committee and Long-Range Planning Committee for several years.

Albert H. (Chip) Elfner, III, Chairman of the Board of Trustees and CFA, is a former CEO of Keystone Investments and has more than thirty years’ experience in investment management. He currently serves as lead Director and Chairman of the Executive Committee for Unitil Corp. in Hampton, New Hampshire. Mr. Elfner is also the Director and Chairman of the Finance Committee of Main Street America Insurance Co. in Jacksonville, Florida, and a member of the Boston Security Analysts Society. Mr. Elfner is a former President of Mountain Lake Corporation. In addition to his involvement in the investment management field, Mr. Elfner has served as a Trustee for several educational institutions, including the New England Colleges Fund (former President), Middlesex School, and Middlebury College, his alma mater, where he served as Chairman of the Budget and Finance Committee. Mr. Elfner is currently a Trustee of the Trustees of the Donations of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts. Mr. Elfner received his Bachelor’s degree from Middlebury College and completed the AMP program at Harvard Business School.



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