Elected 1970; Life Trustee, 1995
Mr. Price is a 1960 Grinnell graduate with a B.A. in history. Upon graduation from Grinnell, he studied at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar and later received a law degree from Harvard Law School. He was the president and CEO of Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh, and a retired managing director of Chase Manhattan Bank, New York. At Chase, he managed the mortgage banking and consumer finance businesses; did investment banking, and later was in charge of government relations worldwide. He is now managing partner of Infrastructure Advisory Partners. Among other major posts, Mr. Price was special assistant to President Nixon from 1969-1971. A founder and later board chair of the Ripon Society, he chaired the advisory committee of the U.S. Conference of Mayors on Downtown Development. He served as chair and president of Americans for Oxford, and as president of the Bankers Association for Foreign Trade.