And the Winners Are...

The names of the newly elected members of the Board of Overseers and directors of the Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) were announced at the association’s annual meeting on the afternoon of Commencement day. The 29,350 alumni ballots returned reflect a turnout of 12.6 percent.

 

Elected as Overseers, for six-year terms, were:

Lynn Chang ’75, Newton, Massachusetts. Concert violinist; violin professor.

Anne Fadiman ’74, Whately, Massachusetts. Author; Francis writer-in-residence, Yale.

Paul Finnegan ’75, M.B.A. ’82, Chicago. Co-CEO, Madison Dearborn Partners, Inc.

Eve Higginbotham, M.D. ’79, Atlanta. Dean and senior vice president for academic affairs, Morehouse School of Medicine; surgery professor.

David Oxtoby ’72, Claremont, California. President and professor of chemistry, Pomona College.

 

Elected as HAA directors, for three-year terms, were:

Carolyn Hughes ’54, Oceanside, New York. Retired; former project manager, Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield.

Kevin Jennings ’85, New York City. Founder and executive director, Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN).

Robert Kraft ’76, Los Angeles. President, Fox Music.

Elizabeth Reilly ’91, Boston. Attorney, WilmerHale.

Rosa Wu ’03, San Francisco. Associate product manager, Google.

Andrea Zopp ’78, J.D. ’81, Chicago. Senior vice president and chief human resources officer, Exelon Corporation.

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