Mount St. Joseph University

Five Experienced Leaders Join the Mount’s Board of Trustees

By: Kathleen Cardwell

File Under: administration, board of trustees, leadership

The Board of Trustees at Mount St. Joseph University will soon welcome five new members: Janet D. Castellini, Don Doyle, Jr., Bernie J. Joyce, Annette Muckerheide, SC, and Steven D. Mullinger.

Janet D.  Castellini is a licensed clinical psychologist with the Cincinnati Center for Psychoanalysis. She earned her undergraduate degree at the Mount and also holds graduate degrees from Xavier University and the University of Cincinnati as well as a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Xavier University.

Don Doyle, Jr.,  is senior vice president of The Cincinnati Insurance Company where he holds executive-level responsibility for the excess and surplus lines insurance subsidiary, The Cincinnati Specialty Underwriters Insurance Company. Don earned his undergraduate degree at the Mount and also holds a graduate degree from Xavier University.

Bernard J. Joyce is president of HyperDrive, a digital, direct-to-customer marketing agency that creates and manages multi-channel marketing programs for a variety of national and regional businesses. He holds an undergraduate degree and two MBA degrees from the University of Cincinnati.

Annette Muckerheide, SC, holds degrees in biology, including a Doctorate in Microbiology and Immunology from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Sister Annette spent 27 years of her career teaching at the Mount and currently supervises an after-school program for children and volunteers at Working in Neighborhoods.

Steven D. Mullinger brings 30 years of experience in corporate finance as the leader of US Bank's Greater Cincinnati Middle Market Commercial Banking team. Steven also serves the community as a board member for REDI Cincinnati, the Goering Center, and 3CDC’s finance committee.

The Mount's Board of Trustees is comprised of 31 members representing a number of industries including finance, health care, real estate, and education.

Freestore Foodbank CEO Emeritus and Mount Board Chairperson John Young believes the Mount's Board of Trustees is poised and ready. "We welcome our new Board members' ideas, enthusiasm, and counsel, as we look forward to what we all believe will be a very successful year. It is an exciting time for the Mount Community. I am confident that in partnership with President H. James  Williams, our fidelity to the University's mission and our care for its future will position the Mount for continued and increased success."