July 03, 2018

Three new Trustees appointed to Phillips Academy Board

Terms for Doykos ’82, Matloff ’91, Sallick ’83 began July 1

Peter Currie ’74, P’03, president of the Phillips Academy Board of Trustees, announced today that three new members have joined the board. Stephen Matloff ’91, Karen Humphries Sallick ’83, P’14, ’17, and Patricia Doykos ’82, P’15, began their roles as alumni trustees on July 1.

Matloff, also appointed president of the Alumni Council, will serve a three-year term. Sallick and Doykos have been elected to serve as alumni trustees, each for a term of four years.

Patricia Doykos

Titusville, NJ

Director of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation. Focusing on strategy, evaluation, communications, policy, and organizational development, Doykos has led domestic and international grant-making programs that support a number of global initiatives including women’s health, HIV/AIDS, cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and mental illness.

Her volunteer experience for Andover includes serving as class agent for 20 years and as reunion chair. She comes from a family of nine Andover graduates, spanning three generations and including her son, Culver Duquette ’15.

Doykos holds a BA from Dartmouth College, an MA from the University of Virginia, and a PhD from New York University. She spent the first decade of her career in education, working as an advocate for Head Start, school-based HIV/AIDS education, and the retention of teen parents in high school. She then became a college instructor of German and cultural studies.

Outside of Andover, her volunteer work includes service as board chair of the Center for Health Equity at Dartmouth-Geisel School of Medicine and membership on the board of Grantmakers in Health.

Stephen Matloff

Los Angeles, CA 

An entrepreneur focused on retrofitting homes to the highest sustainability standards while preserving their historical character. The home that he shares with his wife and three children serves as the demonstration project for his work.

Matloff's efforts on behalf of Andover include nearly two decades of service on the New York and Southern California regional associations and leadership teams. He has been a consistent Non Sibi project leader and a dedicated class agent. His appointment as Alumni Council president begins his 15th year on council. He chaired the Strategic Innovation Committee which delivered the council's strategic plan that created Non Sibi Day and the Athletic Hall of Honor, among other initiatives. He served two terms as council vice president and in that capacity chaired the Governance Committee and Nominating Committee.

Matloff holds an MBA from Harvard and a BA from Yale. He spent the early part of his career in finance, working in mergers, acquisitions, and restructurings at Lehman Brothers and Morgan Stanley. He then cofounded a health information technology business to create longitudinal patient tracking and tools to improve coordination of health care.

Matloff’s volunteer roles outside of Andover include serving on the International Board of Governors and American Committee National Board for Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem. He co-heads fundraising for Larchmont Charter School, a public charter K-12 school in Los Angeles. And he serves on the Tikkun Olam (community service) Committee, Disaster Response Team and Men's Group leadership team of Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles. 

Karen Humphries Sallick

Westport, CT

President of The Priority Group, a management consulting firm she founded in 1996. She cofounded and is president of Contacts 411, a privacy-centric contacts updating app. Sallick previously was managing director at Harte Hanks, where she established the marketing planning and analysis division, and was vice president of client development after working at Barneys New York and Goldman Sachs. She is a graduate of Wesleyan University.

A parent of two alumni, Greer ’14 and Skyler’17, Sallick is a member of the Andover Development Board and has served in a number of other volunteer capacities. Previously a member of Alumni Council, she also served as class secretary and chaired the council’s 2014 strategic planning research group. She cochaired her 30th and 35th reunions, and was a member of the Parent Advancement Council and the Andover Alumni Award of Distinction Committee. This past winter Sallick was a recipient of Andover’s Distinguished Service Award.

In addition to her Andover roles, Sallick sits on the development board of WSHU, a Connecticut NPR station, and the board of the teen online magazine KidSpirit. She is also president of the board of the Innovative & Advanced Cancer Research Foundation.

The board of trustees is the principal governing body of Phillips Academy. Its elected members are fiduciaries, responsible for: selecting and supporting the head of school; ensuring that academy policies are mission-aligned; stewarding financial decisions that sustain the excellent physical, human, and program resources that comprise the Andover experience.

The board includes a variety of members. Seventeen serve as charter trustees, one of whom is the head of school; others serve six-year terms. Four serve as alumni trustees elected to four-year terms by the alumni body. The president of the alumni council serves as a trustee as do the cochairs of the Annual Giving Board (on a rotating basis).

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