Board adds 6 new trustees
by Sherri Kimmel
Six Bucknellians, who majored in an array of subjects, have joined the Board of Trustees.

Frank Davis ’82, P’13 of Kennesaw, Ga., is the president and CEO of Horizon Services Corp. A diversity-owned business, Horizon is a technology-focused project, program and materials management firm with a primary focus on the automotive industry. A former member of the Bucknell University Alumni Association, Davis majored in electrical engineering.

Another engineering major, Annie Seibold Drapeau ’88, recently became chief people officer at Toast Inc., a Boston-based software company that serves the restaurant industry. A member of the Freeman College of Management Advisory Board, she also is the chair of the Boston advisory board for the Posse Foundation.

Alexandra Ahrens Jung ’92, who majored in economics and Spanish, was most recently a partner and head of Europe for Oak Hill Advisors and currently is a senior adviser, in addition to her several corporate board roles, including for NVR Inc. In 2017, Hedge Fund Journal designated her as one of its 50 Women in Hedge Funds, and in 2016 she received the 100 Women in Hedge Funds’ European Industry Leadership Award.

Also working in hedge funds in New York is Bridget LaCroix Lecky ’09. Lecky is a vice president at Man Group, responsible for institutional business development and client relations. She majored in English and has been a member of her class giving committee. She is on the Junior Council of AmeriCares, a nonprofit disaster relief and global health organization.

Co-founder and CEO of the software company Stella Connect, Jordy Leiser ’06 majored in economics and political science. He is a member of the Bucknell Professional Network Advisory Board and Entrepreneurial Network and has been involved with the Center for Career Advancement.

Scott Perricelli ’94, a partner at the Philadelphia private equity firm LLR Partners, majored in accounting. He has been a frequent volunteer for his class reunion leadership teams and giving committees and is one of three siblings to attend Bucknell. He also married a Bucknellian, Susan Gegnas Perricelli ’94.