Stonehill College announces the appointment of Meaghan Eichmann ’05, Juan Lopera, Rev. Brogan Ryan, C.S.C., and Judith Salerno ’73 to the institution’s Board of Trustees.    

“I would like to welcome our four newest trustees. Their individual perspectives, coupled with their professional expertise, will prove invaluable as we continue advancing the educational mission of Stonehill College,” said President John Denning, C.S.C. 

Introducing the new Board of Trustees members: 


Meaghan Eichmann ’05 

Meaghan Eichmann is the head of strategy and business operations for Google Store, Google’s global e-commerce business for consumer hardware. Eichmann graduated from Stonehill in 2005 with a B.S. in accounting. She began her career in public accounting at PricewaterhouseCoopers in San Francisco before pursuing an M.B.A. from Boston College. Upon graduation, she joined Target’s Finance Leadership Development Program, later rising to the position of finance director. Eichmann joined Google in 2018, and has held various roles in finance, strategy and operations. 

Eichmann serves on the Leadership Council for the Positive Coaching Alliance, a national organization that provides research-based training and resources for coaches, parents, athletes and leaders to ensure a positive youth development experience. She is also an active supporter of nonprofits like Girls on the Run. Eichmann previously served on the President’s Advisory Council for Stonehill College. 


Juan Lopera

Juan Lopera 

Juan Lopera is the inaugural chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer at Beth Israel Lahey Health. He leads the system’s efforts to transform care delivery for the underserved, while establishing diversity, equity and inclusion capabilities across the healthcare system.  

Lopera previously served as vice president and corporate business diversity officer at Point32Health. He has also held leadership roles with the Rhode Island Medicaid business, Tufts Health Public Plans, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and Deloitte Consulting.  

Lopera serves on several boards, including the Dimock Center Board, The Boston Foundation’s Latino Legacy Fund, The State of Massachusetts COVID-19 Health Equity Advisory Group, The State’s Latino Advisory Commission, Eastern Bank’s Board of Corporators, the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Economic Opportunity Board, and ConsejoSano’s Advisory Board. 

Lopera earned a B.S. from the School of Management at Boston College. 


Rev. Brogan Ryan, C.S.C. 

Rev. Brogan Ryan, C.S.C., is the director of campus ministry and college chaplain at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Ordained a Holy Cross priest in 2019, Fr. Ryan previously served as rector of Keough Hall at the University of Notre Dame. 

Before entering the priesthood, he taught middle school with Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education Program in Montgomery, Alabama. He also worked as a public accountant with KPMG, LLP. A native of Columbus, Ohio, Fr. Ryan studied accountancy and theology as an undergraduate at the University of Notre Dame. 


Judith Salerno

Judith Salerno ’73 

Judith Salerno is the president of The New York Academy of Medicine. As one of the nation’s pre-eminent leaders in healthcare, she has worked to improve care for veterans, those living with metastatic breast cancer, Medicaid recipients and Alzheimer’s patients.  

Salerno previously served as president and chief executive officer of Susan G. Komen, the world’s largest breast cancer organization. She has also held leadership roles with the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, the National Institute on Aging at the National Institutes of Health, and the U.S. Veterans Health Administration.  

Salerno received a bachelor’s degree in history from Stonehill College in 1973. A board-certified physician in internal medicine, she holds an M.D. from Harvard Medical School and a Master of Science in Health Policy from the Harvard School of Public Health. She was elected a member of the National Academy of Medicine in 2018 and was named a fellow of The New York Academy of Medicine in 2017. She was the Commencement speaker for Stonehill’s Class of 2021. She also received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree during the ceremony.