The HAA Clubs Committee this fall introduced a new award...
The HAA clubs committee this fall introduced a new award to recognize those who give exemplary service to a Harvard club. Those honored for Outstanding Club Contribution were announced at the Alumni Leadership Conference in November:
Ignacio D. "Nash" Flores III, M.B.A. '67, of Dallas, has chaired the Schools and Scholarships Committee of the Harvard Club of Dallas for more than 15 years, and has designed a computerized database to streamline information on applicants. He is also a past president of both the Harvard Club of Dallas and the Harvard Business School Club of Dallas.
Jeffrey David Gerken '71, of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, has been president of the Harvard Club of Central and Southeastern Ohio only since 1997, but has more than doubled the size of the club treasury and has expanded outreach efforts.
Joan Porter MacIver (formerly Joan Anne Porter) '75, of Halstead, Essex, England, has created a membership directory and enhanced recruitment efforts as president of the Harvard Clubs of the United Kingdom.
Tim Kennish '61, of Toronto, was president of the Harvard Club of Toronto for eight years and has cochaired the schools and scholarships committee for the last four years.
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