Two New Members Named to AUNE Board of Trustees

The Antioch University New England (AUNE) Board of Trustees has appointed two new members, David Bury and Roxanna Wolfe, whose terms began July 1.

David Bury, of Catskill, New York, works in development, management, planning, and fundraising for nonprofit arts and cultural organizations through David Bury & Associates, a management consulting organization that he founded in 1981.

Previously, David served as assistant director of the Vermont Council on the Arts and, before that, as executive director of the Brattleboro Music Center and New England Bach Festival. He is a co-founder and a former president of the Green Mountain Consortium for the Performing Arts.

David is a board member for the Bay and Paul Foundations and a trustee of the New England Foundation for the Arts. He received a bachelor’s degree from Bethany College, West Virginia, and an M.A.T. from AUNE.

Roxanna Wolfe, of Bethesda, Maryland, is a clinical psychologist in an independent practice that includes two partners and seven clinicians. Her work has focused on the psychology and treatment of trauma for about thirty years. Roxanna is also an adjunct professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center.

Roxanna is a member of the Maryland Psychological Association, the American Psychological Association (APA) and its Trauma Psychology Division, Physicians for Human Rights, and the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation. She received her PsyD in clinical psychology from AUNE in 1989.

AUNE’s 15-member board of trustees oversees the management, governance, and philanthropic advancement of the AUNE campus.

Read more about David Bury and Roxanna Wolfe.

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