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Mike Rogers, Cathy Minehan Join Mitre Board of Trustees

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Mike Rogers

Mike Rogers, former representative of Michigan’s eighth congressional district, and Cathy Minehan, managing director of Arlington Advisory Partners, have joined the board of trustees of Mitre Corp.

Rogers was a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee and chaired the House Intelligence Committee, where he oversaw a $70 billion budget for the U.S. intelligence community, Mitre said Thursday.

Prior to his political career, Rogers served as an officer in the U.S. Army and as an FBI special agent and founded the Mike Rogers Center for Intelligence and Global Affairs under the Global Digital Challenge Initiative.

He also serves on the board of directors at IronNet Cybersecurity, board of advisers at Next Century Corp., board of trustees at the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress and the Cybersecurity Industry Advisory Council at Trident Capital.

Cathy Minehan
Cathy Minehan

Minehan previously served as a member of the Mitre board of trustees from 2009 to 2012, dean at Simmons College School of Management in Boston from 2011 to 2016 and CEO and president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston for 13 years.

She also held positions at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York as well as served on the staff of the D.C. Board of Governors and chaired the Federal Reserve System’s Financial Services Policy Committee.

She currently serves as chair of the board of trustees of the Massachusetts General Hospital and the Massachusetts Governor’s Council of Economic Advisers.

Rogers and Minehan will join John Hamre, who has been named chairman of the Mitre board of trustees.

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