On June 30, Barbara Bice and Roger Engemann P’93, P’96 ended their service to the Scripps College Board of Trustees.
Barbara Bice was a trustee for 13 years, from 2003 to 2016. She and her husband, Scott Bice, are generous benefactors to Scripps who have supported student internships, the Bice Fund for Faculty-Student Social Interchange, and the Scripps Fund. At different junctures, Bice served on the Buildings and Grounds, Executive, Institutional Advancement, Nominations and Governance, and Student Affairs Committees as well as the Ad Hoc Committee on Life Trustees. As chair of the Nominations and Governance Committee, she effectively and enthusiastically recruited new members to the Board. She also led many important efforts related to Board governance, including instituting trustee term limits and self-assessment procedures and improving the onboarding process for new trustees.
Roger Engemann P’93, P’96
Roger Engemann, father of Susan ’93 and Carrie ’96, served on the Board for 25 years, from 1991 to 2016, generously supporting Scripps over the decades since his daughters attended. He was variously a member of the Audit, Educational Policy, Executive, Investment, and Student Affairs Committees. As the Investment Committee chair for 10 years starting in 2006, Engemann was instrumental in focusing on the importance of
diversification and asset allocation. He steered the committee to make informed decisions during the market downturn of 2008–09, keeping focus on long-term goals and adhering to the investment thesis. He also dedicated his considerable investment acumen to build the Scripps endowment through careful stewardship and superb financial judgment, advocating vigorously to gain Scripps access to top investment talent by identifying and recruiting top consultants and investment managers. Engemann also provided leadership for the Scripps Fund and capital and endowment support, including for More Scripps: The Campaign for Scripps College.
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