Thank You

The Harvard Alumni Association Awards recognize outstanding volunteer service

The Harvard Alumni Association Awards recognize outstanding volunteer service to Harvard through alumni activities. This year's recipients were publicly honored at a dinner celebration on November 2 during the HAA's annual fall meeting.

Rozlyn L. Anderson '77, J.D. '80, HAA treasurer, elected director, and Radcliffe trustee: You have served Harvard with grace and distinction, bringing a level head and heartfelt commitment to every task and challenge.

James V. Baker '68, M.B.A. '71: As president of the Harvard Club of London, regional director for Europe, and chair of the HAA Clubs Committee, you have gathered international alumni around the Harvard table, bringing others closer to Harvard through your own dedication and example.

Dana F. Bresnahan '47, M.B.A. '49: Leader of Harvard's western vanguard and first president of the Harvard/Radcliffe Club of Southern California, you have made Harvard a larger and more welcoming place, acknowledging the contributions of West Coast women and men to this University.

Joseph M. Cronin '56, M.A.T. '57: HAA vice president, elected director, and loyal member of the Class of 1956, you are an esteemed educator who has taught others how to serve Harvard with enthusiasm, intelligence, and uncommon good sense.

Barclay Feather '41, M.B.A. '47: Academic archivist and secretary of the Harvard Class of 1941, you have lifted high the feathered quill in selfless service to Harvard College and the Association of Harvard College Class Secretaries and Treasurers.

Nancy Wasserman Schneider '70: As president of the Radcliffe Club of Southern California, you guided its transformation into the Harvard/Radcliffe Club with extraordinary goodwill and patience, reaching out and forging a new organization stronger than its parts.

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