Carol G. Carroll
Carol G. Carroll was first elected a Trustee on May 28, 2015. Prior to retirement in 1998, Ms. Carroll served as President and CEO of Schulco, Inc., which was a leading Microsoft and Novell training organization. In addition to the overall management of the company, she was responsible for business development and client relations. From 1974 to 1985, she was assistant and then director of Wharton School’s Executive MBA Program at the University of Pennsylvania. From 1970 to 1974, she was Assistant, then Director of The Management Center of The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. Ms. Carroll has served on many boards; Methodist Hospital (Philadelphia), Harcum College, Independence Blue Cross, The Urban League and the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. She was appointed to the board of The Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority (PICA) in 1991 by the Pennsylvania State Democrats, to oversee the finances of the City of Philadelphia and was appointed to the Board of the Philadelphia Industry Counsel by then Philadelphia Mayor Ed Rendell.