Nonprofit leader Libby Armintrout and SCU ambassador Timothy Smith ’68 join the SCU Board of Trustees.

Photo courtesy of Libby Armintrout.

Photo courtesy of Timothy Smith.
Two trustees joined the SCU board in March: Libby Armintrout, an active community volunteer and a nonprofit leader in Seattle. She has worked with myriad educational and charitable foundations and helped found the Washington Women’s Foundation. Also on board: longtime SCU ambassador Timothy Smith ’68, president of Bob Smith BMW and Bob Smith MINI in Calabasas, California. He has been president of the National Alumni Association board, an SCU regent, and served on the Bannan Institute advisory board. The Los Angeles chapter named him Santa Claran of the Year in 1996. He and wife Judith Smith ’68 established the Timothy and Judith Smith Foundation.

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