Documents: UNC system president didn’t report board seats

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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Records obtained by a North Carolina news outlet show the interim president of the University of North Carolina system and former CEO of the UNC Health Care System failed to disclose his seats on the boards of major corporations while those corporations did business with the state.

WBTV reports it obtained records from 2011 to 2019 that reveal William Roper serves on the UNC Health Care System board as well as having served on the DaVita, Inc. board and the boards of three successor companies in pharmacy benefits administration.

Records show Roper made around $5 million from his board involvements. The omissions on Roper’s forms came as some of the companies conducted business with the state.

Roper stated he recuses himself from matters that might pose a conflict of interest and has filed amended forms.

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