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Grand Champions

G. Nicholas Beckwith III

G. Nicholas Beckwith III is former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Beckwith Machinery Company and presently, the Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of Arch Street Management, LLC.

Chairman of the Board of Directors, UPMC; UPMC Health Plan, Board of Directors; Chair, The Beckwith Institute; Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation, Board of Trustees; The Dietrich Foundation, Board of Trustees; Regional Investors Council of the Allegheny Conference on Community Development; Advisory Council on Biology and Medicine, Brown University; Chatham University, Board of Trustees; Shady Side Academy, Emeritus Trustee; University of Pittsburgh, Board of Trustees.
Former Director, BlackRock Closed End Funds; Former Director, National Retail Properties; Former Director, Allegheny Conference on Community Development.
Education - The Hotchkiss School, 1963; Brown University, 1967.

Dorothy Boyles Beckwith

Dorothy Boyles Beckwith serves on the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania, Capital Campaign Committee; Beckwith Institute for Innovation in Patient Care, Chairman; Fox Chapel Garden Club, Associate Member; Shadyside Hospital Foundation; UPMC Shadyside Center for Integrated Medicine; Women for a Healthy Environment; LEAD Pittsburgh; Parks Committee of Fox Chapel Borough.
Education – Chatham University, 1981; Carnegie Mellon University, 1988

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