The Austin College Board of Trustees elected David Corrigan ’81 in May as the next chair to succeed current chair Todd Williams ’82 when he completes his board term this October.
Corrigan, who has been a member of the board since 2012, is president and chief executive officer of Corrigan Investments, a commercial and real estate development and investment firm based in Dallas. He has an enduring family legacy at Austin College; his grandmother Clara Corrigan served as a member of the College’s Board of Trustees and, among other gifts, established the Clara R. and Leo Sr. Corrigan Chair in Economics and Business Administration.
David’s family also has a long tradition of community service, which he continues through service on multiple boards and organizations devoted to community needs, including Perot Museum of Nature and Science and The Lamplighter School. He is a previous chair of the Dallas Regional Chamber.
David and his wife, Emily, have three children, including Allen, a member of the Austin College Class of 2017. Emily’s grandfather Eric Jonsson also was a member of the Austin College Board of Trustees; he and his wife, Margaret, provided gifts to create the Margaret Jonsson Plaza and Fountains at Austin College.
Three trustees began new terms in May 2015:
- Holly Mace Massingill ’94 is a residential realtor with Keller Williams Realty and proprietor of Lone Star Legacies gift boutique in Austin, Texas. She also is an active community leader.
- Ron Kirk ’76, who served as the 16th U.S. Trade Representative, is senior of counsel with Gibson, Dunn, and Crutcher in Dallas. He served on the Austin College Board of Trustees from 1991 to 1999.
- Ann Ross ’66 of Dallas is a devoted community volunteer and former president of Dallas Women’s Foundation, among other organizations. Ann served on the Austin College board from 2001 to 2013.