The University of the Pacific Board of Regents has approved four new members whose deep and varied talents and experiences will benefit the governing board of California’s first and oldest university.

Jessica Coleman ’99, Robert Eglet ’88, Bradford Gleason ’81 and Bradford Shafer ’82 were unanimously elected by the Board of Regents on June 21. Their three-year terms started July 1.

Regent Chair Mary-Elizabeth Eberhardt ’76, ’80 pointed to their diverse professional backgrounds.

“Jessica Coleman is an influential civic leader in Modesto, Robert Eglet is an amazingly successful lawyer, Brad Gleason is a leader in agri-business and Brad Shafer has expertise in the pharmaceutical business,” she said. “We look forward to their contributions to the board and their work to ensure overall student success.”

President Christopher Callahan added that the new Regents “will bring even greater strength to this extraordinary group of talented and passionate leaders.”