Let Your Voice Be Heard

All votes for Overseers and Harvard Alumni Association elected directors must be returned by noon on June 1. All degree holders are eligible to...

All votes for Overseers and Harvard Alumni Association elected directors must be returned by noon on June 1. All degree holders are eligible to vote.

For Overseer (five to be elected, six-year terms).

Bruce M. Alberts '60, Ph.D. '66. President, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C.

James V. Baker '68, M.B.A. '71. Retired executive director, Goldman Sachs International Ltd. London.

Paul Buttenwieser '60, M.D. '64. Psychiatrist; novelist. Cambridge.

Roxane Harvey Gudeman '62, Ed.M. '64; Ph.D. '81 University of Minnesota. Adjunct professor of psychology, Macalester College. St. Paul, Minn.

Susan Graham Harrison '64; M.S. '66, Ph.D. '71 Stanford University. Pehong Chen Distinguished Professor of electrical engineering and computer science, University of California-Berkeley. Berkeley, Calif.

Sidney R. Knafel '52, M.B.A. '54. Managing partner, SRK Management Company. New York City.

Harold Hongju Koh '75, J.D. '80. Latrobe Smith professor of international law, Yale University. New Haven, Conn.

Deborah C. Wright '79, J.D.-M.B.A. '84. President and CEO, Carver Bancorp Inc. New York City


For HAA Director (six to be elected, three-year terms).

Alice Ingraham Davies '65, Ph.D. '73. Independent art historian. Weston, Mass.

Judith A. Dollenmayer '63; M.S.S. '75 Syracuse University. Director, Dollenmayer Communications. Washington, D.C.

Paul J. Finnegan '75, M.B.A. '82. Managing director, Madison Dearborn Partners Inc., Chicago.

Joel A. Getz '86. Associate director of development, Stanford University. Stanford, Calif.

Thomas H. Mattox '82; M.B.A. '89 Stanford University. Vice president and chief of staff for operations, finance, and resources division, Goldman, Sachs & Co. New York City.

Cheryl L. McAfee-Mitchell, M.A.U.D. '81; B.Arch. '79 Kansas State University. President and principal, Charles F. McAfee Architects, Planners and Program Managers. Atlanta.

Lisa Quiroz '83, M.B.A. '90. Publisher, People en Español. New York City.

Gloria Wu '75; M.D. '81 Columbia University. Ophthalmologist and vitreo-retinal surgeon. Brookline, Mass.

Mark J. Zbikowski '78; S.M. '79 Yale University. Senior software designer, Microsoft Corp. Redmond, Wash.


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