Vivian Winston elected to the IU Board of Trustees
Indiana University alumni have elected Vivian Winston to her first term on the IU Board of Trustees in an election that closed June 30.
Vivian Winston received 8,196 votes.
Winston received 8,196 out of 16,302 total votes. Josh Kornberg received 4,351 votes, and Sandford S. Kunkel received 3,755. Winston will serve a three-year term on the board.
She earned her bachelor's degree in 1978 and her Master of Business Administration in 1990. She has worked as both staff and faculty at IU, most recently as a lecturer in the Kelley School of Business.
Winston replaces MaryEllen K. Bishop, who decided not to run for re-election.
Of the nine members of the IU Board of Trustees, three are elected by IU graduates and six are appointed by the governor.
In accordance with state law, the alumni trustee election is conducted by the dean of University Libraries on the IU Bloomington campus, with assistance from the IU Alumni Association. Library staff and students were charged with counting the more than 16,302 ballots.
Jeremy Morris and Donna Spears are the other alumni-elected trustees.