CLEMSON – The Clemson University Foundation board of directors named five new members who started four-year terms on July 1. 

“We are pleased to welcome this new group of directors to the foundation board,” said Harrison F. Trammell, foundation president and CEO. “We are excited about the individual skills and passion for Clemson that they have to offer, along with bringing fresh ideas and new perspectives.”

The new directors are Edith A. Bostic of Atlanta, Jerry D. Handegan of Central, Suzanne E. Morse of Pendleton, Ernest M. Norville of Boston and Daniel C. Stanzione of Stuart, Fla.

Bostic has a bachelor's degree in education and social policy from Northwestern University and an master's degree in education from Clemson. She spent 20 years as a volunteer with Northwestern University interviewing undergraduate applicants, coordinating the Atlanta-area Alumni Council, organizing class reunions and assisting with capital campaigns. Bostic also volunteers for the Atlanta Symphony’s Talent Development Program for children. She is married to Jim.

Handegan is a 1965 Clemson graduate with a bachelor's in industrial engineering. He received his MBA from Winthrop University in 1984. He is the senior vice president for Specialty and International Products with the Henry Co., which is headquartered in El Segundo, Calif. He is a member of the Clemson University Alumni Council and was president of the Alumni National Council from 1998 to 1999. He was the Clemson University Alumni Association Volunteer of the Year in 1995. He is married to Paulette Newton Handegan and they have two children: Jay Handegan of Mount Pleasant and Shannon H. Lisecki of Alexandria, Va. 

Morse received an associate's degree from Averett College and a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of North Carolina. She is vice chairwoman of the Tri-County Technical College Foundation board. She is also on the boards of the South Carolina Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics and the W.C. English Foundation. She is married to John Chapman Morse, professor emeritus of entomology at Clemson, and they have one daughter.

Norville is a 1980 Clemson graduate with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering. He received his MBA from the University of Virginia in 1984. Norville is executive vice president and chief operating officer for Boston Properties with responsibility for administrative policy and day-to-day control of the company’s operations. Prior to being appointed to this position in August 2005, he was senior vice president and regional manager of the Washington, D.C., office. He is married to Carla S. Norville and they have three sons. 

Stanzione received his bachelor's and master's degrees and PhD. in engineering from Clemson. He is president emeritus of Bell Laboratories and served as the chief operating officer of Lucent Technologies until 1999. Prior to that, he held numerous key leadership positions with Bell Laboratories and AT&T. He is a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and has been granted four patents. He serves on the boards of Quest Diagnostics, Internap Network Services and Telcordia Technologies, and is an adviser for Accenture. 

The Clemson University Foundation is an independent, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) entity organized solely to promote the welfare and future development of Clemson University. It was chartered in 1933 to support the university’s educational and scientific goals. It is the responsibility of the board of directors to manage and disburse assets prudently within a policy that encourages the enhancement of the resources of the foundation.

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