Regis College has named a seasoned attorney and a global regulatory affairs expert to its Board of Trustees.

Kevin Conroy, JD head shotKevin Conroy, JD, is a partner at Foley Hoag LLP in Boston where his primary focus is government investigations and regulatory matters. Conroy has considerable experience developing proactive strategies to guide clients through every aspect of the regulatory process, including consumer protection investigations, hospital closures and rate proceedings. Prior to this, Conroy served as the Massachusetts Deputy Attorney General under former Attorney General Martha Coakley where he supervised civil matters including employment, labor, non-profit, consumer enforcement, insurance, financial services, civil rights, health care and energy. Before this appointment, he served as the Chief of the Attorney General’s Business and Labor Bureau, overseeing business, technology and economic development, energy, fair labor, Medicaid fraud and non-profit/public charities divisions. He also served as chief of staff and general counsel of the New England Council. Conroy received his law degree from Boston College and bachelor’s degree from Tufts University. He resides in Newton with his wife and two children.

Maylin S. Truesdell, MS head shotMaylin S. Truesdell, MS, Regis class of 2005 and 2006, has spent over a decade in the health care industry managing relationships with governmental regulators to bring lifesaving products to physicians and patients around the world. She is currently the regulatory lead at Capsule Technologies, a global provider of medical device integration for hospitals and healthcare organizations. In this role, she develops the regulatory strategy and oversees international registration activities to expand Capsule Technologies’ global business. Prior to this, she worked in regulatory affairs at Cardinal Health, Boston Scientific Corporation, Life Technologies and Anika Therapeutics, Inc. She resides in Groton with her husband and two young children.

“Kevin and Maylin are experienced professionals who have critical skills in law and regulatory affairs that will be an asset to our Board,” said Regis President Antoinette Hays, PhD, RN. “I look forward to collaborating with them as we forge new partnerships with industry and within the higher education landscape.”