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CSB appoints four new members to Board of Trustees

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June 26, 2017

Four new members have been appointed to the College of Saint Benedict Board of Trustees.

Corie Dumdie Barry '97, Angie Krtnick Complin '04, S. Susan Rudolph, OSB '65, and Margaret “Margie” Engerski Wiehoff '84 were named trustees. All four begin their terms July 1. 

The CSB board consists of 36 voting members, which includes three ex-officio members: Complin, Rudolph and CSB President Mary Dana Hinton. With the exception of the ex-officio members, CSB trustees serve three-year terms, and are eligible to serve three consecutive terms.

Corie Barry

Barry, who graduated summa cum laude from CSB with a degree in accounting and business management, is the chief financial officer of Best Buy Company. She has led in a number of executive positions at Best Buy, where she has worked since December 1999. Before coming to Best Buy, Barry worked as a senior auditor at Deloitte and Touche LLP. She served on CSB’s Alumnae Board from 1997-2005, and delivered the 2017 CSB Commencement address.

 

Angie Complin

Complin is the president of the CSB Alumnae Board, and has served on the Alumnae Board since 2009. She received a B.A. in accounting from CSB, and has been the talent director for Granite Equity Partners LLC since March 2016. Prior to joining Granite Equity Partners, Complin helped recruit talent for Salo, LLC. She served as a controller at Best Buy Company (2009-12) and as an assurance manager at Grant Thornton LLP (2004-2009).

S Susan

Rudolph was installed June 4 as the 17th prioress at Saint Benedict’s Monastery, St. Joseph, Minnesota. She graduated in 1965 from CSB with a degree in elementary education. She holds master’s degrees in theology, education and gerontology, and is a board certified chaplain. Rudolph served for 14 years as housing director and staff resident at CSB. In 2016, she retired after 21 years as director of pastoral care at St. Benedict’s Senior Community in St. Cloud, Minnesota.  

Margie Wiehoff

Wiehoff is president of the John and Margie Wiehoff Foundation and a community volunteer delivering Meals on Wheels and for the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Association. She was a board member at Holy Family High School from 2008-11, and served with Catholic Charities’ Opportunity Center in Minneapolis. Wiehoff received a B.A. in government from CSB, and is active in Time Well Spent, a group of CSB/SJU volunteers primarily from the 1984 graduating class.