Trustees Elect Abigail Black Elbaum, Mark T. Gallogly
Abigail Black Elbaum ’92CC, ’94BUS, a New York City realty executive, and Mark T. Gallogly ’86BUS, a New York City investment banker, have been elected to the University Board of Trustees. Their six-year terms began in September.
Elbaum, a principal of real-estate company Ogden CAP Properties, previously served on Columbia College’s Board of Visitors. In 2002, she received the College’s Young Alumni Achievement Award and in 2015 its John Jay Award for distinguished professional achievement.
Gallogly is a cofounder and managing principal of the investment firm Centerbridge Partners. He serves on the Columbia Business School’s Board of Overseers and the Economic Club of New York’s Board of Trustees.
“We are fortunate at Columbia to have a group of highly accomplished individuals who generously give their time, energy, and considerable wisdom to the governance of the University by serving on its board as Trustees,” says Trustees chairman Jonathan Schiller ’69CC, ’73LAW.
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