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HAA Award Winners 2011

November-December 2011

Top row from left: Michael A. Cooper, Judith A. Dollenmayer, Philip C, Haughey, Thomas G. McKinley, and Walter H. Morris Jr. Bottom: June Storey

Top row from left: Michael A. Cooper, Judith A. Dollenmayer, Philip C, Haughey, Thomas G. McKinley, and Walter H. Morris Jr. Bottom: June Storey

The Harvard Alumni Association Awards were established in 1990 to recognize outstanding service to the University through alumni activities. This year’s award ceremony took place on October 13, during the HAA board of directors’ fall meeting.

Michael A. Cooper ’57, LL.B. ’60, of New York City, is a member of the Overseers’ visiting committee to the Law School, chaired the HLS Fund, and has been president of the Harvard Law School Association of New York City. He has been a leader on both his College and HLS fiftieth-reunion gift committees.

Judith A. Dollenmayer ’63, of Washington, D.C., was the first woman president of the Harvard Club of Washington and has long been a schools and scholarships committee interviewer. A former HAA elected director, she is active in the Alumnae and Friends of Radcliffe College Shared Interest Group and secretary for her Radcliffe class.

Philip C. Haughey ’57, of Newton, Massachusetts, has chaired the HAA’s nominating committee, Harvard’s Committee on Shareholder Responsibility, and his thirtieth reunion committee. A former director of Harvard Magazine and president of the Harvard Club of Boston, he chairs Friends of Harvard Celtic Studies, is a member of the Real Estate Academic Initiative, and has dedicated countless hours to chairing the Friends of Harvard Football and Baseball, the Varsity Club, and the visiting committee on athletics.

Thomas G. McKinley ’74, of San Francisco, a former elected director of the HAA, is a veteran class secretary, a director of the Harvard Club of San Francisco, and vice chair of his class gift committee since his twentieth reunion. He has supported projects ranging from women’s volleyball to the I3 Harvard College Innovation Challenge.

Walter H. Morris Jr. ’73, M.B.A. ’75, of Potomac, Maryland, was HAA president in 2008-2009, and earlier an HAA elected director. He is active in the Harvard Black Alumni Society and has been a member of numerous Harvard clubs.

June Storey, of North Reading, Massachusetts, has served Harvard for more than 30 years, rising from staff assistant in 1976 to director of events for alumni affairs and development in 1993. Under her watch, that department has become known for attention to detail, outstanding customer service, and the careful planning of many special events over many years.

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