Voting Results

Voting Results

The names of the new members of the Board of Overseers and elected directors of the Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) were announced during the HAA’s annual meeting on the afternoon of Commencement day.

As Overseers, serving six-year terms, voters chose:

Flavia B. Almeida, M.B.A. ’94, of São Paulo, Brazil. Partner, The Monitor Group.

Richard W. Fisher ’71, of Dallas. President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.

Verna C. Gibbs ’75, of San Francisco. General surgeon and professor in clinical surgery, University of California, San Francisco.

Nicole M. Parent ’93, of Greenwich, Connecticut. Co-founder and managing partner, Vertical Research Partners, LLC.

Kenji Yoshino ’91, of New York City. Chief Justice Earl Warren professor of constitutional law, New York University School of Law.

Candidates selected as elected directors of the HAA, serving three-year terms, were:

Rohit Chopra ’04, of Washington, D.C. Policy adviser, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Tiziana C. Dearing, M.P.P. ’00, of Bed­ford, Massachusetts. CEO, Boston Rising.

Katie Williams Fahs ’83, of Atlanta. Marketing consultant/community volunteer.

Charlene Li ’88, M.B.A. ’93, of San Mateo, California. Founding partner, Altimeter Group; author.

Sonia Molina, D.M.D. ’89, M.P.H. ’89, of Los Angeles. Endodontist.

James A. Star ’83, of Chicago. President, Longview Asset Management.

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