Joseph M. (Trey) Loughran, Chair
Trey Loughran owes his son Jordan’s life to Be The Match®. When Jordan needed a second marrow transplant, Be The Match® found a match—Carla, a wonderful mother of two from Chicago. Jordan recently celebrated his 10th anniversary post-transplant, including catching up with Carla and her family, who have become part of the Loughran family.
Trey has served in a number of senior executive roles across financial services, financial technology, data and analytics, and digital marketing. Most recently he was president of banking for Red Ventures, a digital marketing company based outside of Charlotte, N.C. He also has served in a number of senior executive roles at Equifax over 12 years, including leading two of its business units and being chief marketing officer. Prior to Equifax Trey held roles at BellSouth Corporation, McKinsey & Company, King & Spalding, and Lazard Freres & Co.
Trey is a magna cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he was a Morehead Scholar (now Morehead-Cain Scholar). He and his family reside in Charlotte, N.C.
Andrew Block is a highly strategic, values-driven executive with extensive experience in high-growth public sector businesses. As a proven enterprise leader, he has a track record of developing strategy, achieving business objectives and providing strong shareholder return. He has experience across multiple sectors including hospitality, finance, distribution and logistics, and high-tech manufacturing.
Andrew joined ABM in 2018 as executive vice president and chief human resources officer (CHRO). A veteran CHRO with 25 years of experience, Andrew is responsible for setting enterprise human resource strategy. He is focused on attracting, developing and retaining talent at all levels of the organization through talent planning, organizational effectiveness and an enhanced human resource operating model.
Before joining ABM, Andrew served as senior vice president, talent and organizational performance for Buffalo Wild Wings. He also led human resources and talent capabilities for C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc., Wells Fargo, Ecolab, and Sony DADC.
Andrew holds a master’s degree in industrial relations from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Andrew’s many interests include running marathons, biking, traveling and learning about other cultures.
Scot Housh is president/chief executive officer of Willis Towers Watson Midwest, Inc. He has more than 30 years of insurance brokerage experience. Helping provide innovative solutions for the risk management needs of clients is his specialty. Scot has served clients in a number of areas, but has specific expertise with global property and casualty programs, integrated risk solutions, wrap-up insurance alternatives and risk management consulting projects. He directs the firm’s activities in the Midwest region in securing and servicing risk and insurance brokerage consulting assignments.
Scot began his career in 1984 at Marsh & McLennan-Minneapolis. He quickly assumed responsibility for marketing complex property and casualty programs to the insurance marketplace on behalf of his clients. He joined Willis in 1997 and has been honored as a member of Willis North Americas Exceptional Producers Council on eleven separate occasions.
Scot graduated with honors from Brown University in 1984 with a bachelor of arts in organizational behavior and management and political science. He served the community of Edina, Minn. as an elected member of the Edina City Council from January 2001 to January 2011.
Roger Paschke, Secretary
Roger Paschke has served as chief investment officer for the Hearst Corporation and Hearst Foundations since January 2008. In this role, he manages the Hearst Corporation's pension assets, those of The Hearst Foundations and related entities, with a combined total of approximately $6 billion. Previously, he was named to Chief Investment Officer's Power 100 list of the most influential people at pensions, endowments, foundations, insurance funds and sovereign wealth funds worldwide.
Previously, Roger served as chief financial officer and senior vice president of OIL Group of Companies in Hamilton, Bermuda, world leaders in the provision of insurance products specific to the needs of the energy industry. From 1997 to 2006, he was responsible for the company's approximately $5 billion in assets under management, including its corporate and pension investments, capital initiatives, credit ratings for the company's insurance entities and related debt issuances.
From 1978 to 1996, Roger held a variety of positions at the University of Minnesota. Beginning in 1992, he was treasurer and associate vice president for finance, responsible for nearly $3 billion in assets under management, involving approximately 20 major investment management relationships and numerous other private equity partnerships and mutual funds.
Roger holds a bachelor of arts in political science and criminal justice studies from the University of Minnesota.
Wm. (Bill) G. Pomeroy
Bill Pomeroy established the William G. Pomeroy Foundation® following his diagnosis of acute myeloid leukemia (AML). Bill was matched with a donor and received a life-saving blood stem cell transplant in 2005. The foundation raises awareness, supports research and helps improve the outcomes for patients and their families who are facing a blood cancer diagnosis. They work closely with Be The Match® and other organizations to support donor recruitment drives to increase the diversity of the Be The Match Registry® so every patient—not matter their ethnic background—has an equal chance of finding a matching donor. As of 2018, the foundation has registered nearly 30,000 people, producing more than 80 donor/patient matches. Bill also has a passion for history and genealogy. The foundation’s other initiative is expanding nationwide: helping people celebrate their community’s history by providing grants for historic markers and plaques.
Bill is the founder and former owner of CXtec & TERACAI, two technology companies in Syracuse, N.Y. Now retired, he maintains a minority stockholder interest and is a member of the Board of Directors. He was honored as Entrepreneur of the Year by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Syracuse University and Ernst & Young.
Bill serves on the board of the New York Genealogical & Biographical Society. He is a First Connection Volunteer for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and a Caring Connection Volunteer for BMT InfoNet. Bill is a former member of the Board and Executive Committee for the National Marrow Donor Program®(NMDP)/Be The Match, the Onondaga Historical Association, and Syracuse Chamber of Commerce. He also served as a member of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s Lally School Advisory Council. He is Trustee Emeritus for the Erie Canal Museum and The Salvation Army of Syracuse.
Bill earned his Master of Business Administration from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and his Bachelor of Management Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Anthony Prioletti has more than 30 years of experience in business management, manufacturing, metal fabrication, real estate investment and property development. He is owner/president of Alberona Welding & Iron Works in Orange, N.J.
He studied structural engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Anthony participates with organizations that support autism programs and other community health related organizations. He is a past board member of SIDS and current member of the Columbian Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded in 1941 by men of Italian descent dedicated to improving the cultural, educational, economic and social welfare of New Jersey citizens and institutions.
Richard P. Rieger
Richard Rieger is a global healthcare leader with more than 25 years of experience as an executive and consultant to pharmaceutical, biotech, medical technology and private equity companies. Includes general management, marketing, business development
and management consulting roles.
Richard is currently a managing director at the Huron Consulting Group, which is a global consultancy that serves clients across all healthcare sectors. He advises life sciences clients on corporate and business unit strategies, portfolio management, partnering/M&A transactions, commercial strategies, pricing and market access, and organizational development, among other areas.
He is the former vice president of business development at Horizon Therapeutics where he led rare disease strategy and business development. Prior to that, Richard was the head of global pharmaceuticals at Baxter Healthcare where he had general management responsibility for its pharmaceuticals, medical device and drug delivery business. He has also served as a Principal at L.E.K. Consulting and has held positions in business development and marketing at Abbott Laboratories and other biotech companies.
Richard earned a Master of Business Administration in finance and general management from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, and a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from the University of Notre Dame. He serves on the Scientific Advisory Board at The Gateway for Cancer Research, and the Corporate Council at the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD).
Richard lives in Chicago and has a personal connection to Be The Match®. His late wife passed away in 2012 due to medical complications associated with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) after a blood stem cell transplant. His four adult children also reside in the Chicago area.
Anne McGeorge, Vice Chair
Anne McGeorge has 35 years of experience working with health care clients. She recently retired as the global managing partner, health care industry practice at Grant Thornton LLP She worked extensively with large health systems, managed care organizations, insurance companies, and life sciences companies. She has assisted clients in all aspects of financial and strategic consulting, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate restructuring, physician contracting, executive compensation, tax planning, risk assessment, regulatory issues, and IRS matters. Anne was formerly a partner with Deloitte and Touche LLP and Arthur Andersen LLP.
Anne is an operating partner for Havencrest Healthcare, a growth buy-out private equity firm based in Dallas, Texas. She is also on the faculty of the Gilling Global School of Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She sits on the board of directors and is also the Chair of the Audit Committee for Magenta Therapeutics (NASDAQ:MGTA), a clinical stage biotech company based in Cambridge, Mass. She is also an advisory board member of Dioko Ventures, a health care venture capital firm based in Winston-Salem, N.C.
Anne received a Bachelor of Business Administration for business and accounting, from The College of William and Mary, and an Master of Science in accounting/taxation from the University of Virginia. She is member of Women Business Leaders in Health Care, Women on Boards 2020, and the 1918 Society of the College of William and Mary. She sits on several nonprofit boards.
Diana J. Clarke-Carter
Diana Clarke-Carter is a Minnesota native. She and her husband started and operated Summit Mortgage Corporation for 26 years. They sold their company to their son-in-law and retired at the end of 2018.
Diana is a goal-oriented, strategic thinker and a philanthropist. Their family foundation, The Carter Family Foundation, supports a wide range of charitable priorities, including endowed scholarships at several educational institutions, helping women in the Congo, funding wells and other projects in Ethiopia, advancing social justice and housing issues, supporting medical research and supporting the missions of Be The Match®.
Diana serves as a trustee and is a past chair of trustees at Westminster Presbyterian Church. She served for 9 years on the St. Cloud State University (SCSU) foundation board, serving both as chair of the finance and audit committee and as board chair. She was awarded the Outstanding Service Award at SCSU. She also served for several years as a member of the finance committee of the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota.
Diana attended the University of Minnesota-Duluth and St. Cloud State University from which she holds a Bachelor of Science in business.