Overseer and Elected Director 2024 Slates

Annual election opens on April 1

Loeb House, where the University’s governing boards convene | photograph by niko yaitanes/ harvard magazine

The Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) nominating committee has announced the 2024 candidate slates for the Board of Overseers (one of the University’s two governing boards) and the HAA’s own elected directors. Balloting is open from April 1 through May 14, at 5 p.m. Degree holders other than officers of instruction and government may vote for Overseer candidates; all degree holders can vote on the HAA elected-director candidates. Other candidates seeking a position on this year’s ballot must submit the required number of petition signatures by January 31. Updated: read about petitioners seeking a place on the ballot here. Harvard Magazine asked the candidates to answer a series of questions about their views of the University and the roles they would play if elected to the Board of Overseers; please read their responses here.

Candidates for Overseer (eight nominees for five anticipated vacancies; six-year term) are:

Modupe Nyikoale Akinola ’96, M.B.A. ’01, A. M. ’06, Ph.D. ’09, New York City, Zalaznick professor of business and faculty director, Bernstein Center for Leadership and Ethics, Columbia Business School

Nworah Blaise Ayogu ’10, M.D. ’15, M.B.A. ’15, Los Angeles, general manager and chief medical officer, Amazon Clinic

Theodore D. Chuang ’91, J.D. ’94, Bethesda, Maryland, United States District Judge, U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland

Danielle A. Feinberg ’96, Oakland, California, cinematographer;  visual effects supervisor, Pixar Animation Studios

Ming Min Hui, M.B.A. ’15, Boston, executive director, Boston Ballet

Scott Mead* ’77, London, photographer; founder, Bramley Studio

Tim Ritchie, M.P.A. ’98, Boston, president, Museum of Science

Juan Antonio Sepúlveda Jr. ’85, San Antonio, Texas, Calgaard distinguished professor of practice in political science and president’s special advisor for inclusive excellence, Trinity University

*Scott Mead is a current member of the Board of Overseers (since 2022), completing an unexpired term of an Overseer who concluded their service early.

Candidates for HAA Elected Director (six to be elected; three-year term) are:

Adrian D. Blake ’88, Omaha, Nebraska, CEO, Precision Syringe

Dorian Orlando Burton II, Ed.L.D. ’15, Raleigh, North Carolina, managing partner, The Southern Reconstruction Fund

Theresa Seung-Ah Cho ’90, Seoul, Republic of Korea, vice president of international affairs, Seoul National University

Brooke M. Ellison ’00, M.P.P. ’04, Stony Brook, New York, associate professor, Stony Brook University

Randolph C. Lindel ’66, West Chester, Pennsylvania, retired senior director, Westport Consulting Group

Tjada D’Oyen McKenna ’96, M.B.A. ’02, Potomac, Maryland, CEO, Mercy Corps

Madeleine Mejia, Ed.M. ’00, Beverly Hills, California, assistant professor, California State University, Fullerton

Edward L. Rocha ’06, Malden, Massachusetts, president, Rola Corporation

The University announcement, with additional background, appears here.

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