Cast Your Ballot
Vote before noon on May 29 for the Overseer and HAA elected director candidates of your choice. The candidates appear on the ballot in the following order, determined by lot.
For Overseer (six-year term, five to be elected):
Nominated by the HAA
Nehama Jacobs '74. Pasadena, Cal. Director, Commercial Finance Division, Wells Fargo Bank.
C. Dixon Spangler, M.B.A. '56; B.S. '54 University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Charlotte, N.C. President emeritus, University of North Carolina; president, C.D. Spangler Foundation.
Mark F. Bregman '78; Ph.D. '84 Columbia. Somers, N.Y. General manager, Pervasive Systems, IBM Corp.
Jamie S. Gorelick '72, J.D. '75. Washington, D.C. Vice chair, Fannie Mae Corp.
John Rockwell '62; Ph.D. '72 UC-Berkeley. New York City. Editor, "Arts and Leisure," New York Times.
Deval L. Patrick '78, J.D. '82. Boston. Partner, Day, Berry & Howard.
Regina T. Montoya, J.D. '79; B.A. '75 Wellesley. Dallas. President, WorkRules; national president, Girls Inc.
David D. Ho, M.D. '78; S.B. '74 California Institute of Technology. New York City. Scientific director and CEO, Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center; professor and physician, The Rockefeller University.
Nominated by petitions
John E. Jacoby '66; M.D. '70 Mt. Sinai School of Medicine; M.P.H. '72 Columbia University School of Public Health. New York City. Physician; founder and president, Metro+Med.
Stephen B. Hrones '64; J.D. '68 University of Michigan. Boston. Senior partner, Hrones & Garrity.
For HAA director (three-year term, six to be elected):
Mercedes A. Laing '77; J.D. '84 Yale. Chicago. Partner, McDermott, Will & Emery.
Karen Falkenstein Green '78, J.D. '81. Boston. Senior partner, Hale & Dorr, LLP.
C. Bennett Tarleton Jr., M.A.T. '66; B.A. '65 University of Missouri. Nashville. Executive director, Tennessee Arts Commission.
Douglass M. Carver '59; C.E.P. '63 Institut d'Etudes Politiques; M.A. '64 Boston University. Villennes-sur-Seine, France. Management consultant and general manager, Somadex.
Lyle D. Kan '77, M.B.A. '80. Los Angeles. Associate partner, Andersen Consulting.
William J. Patterson '84; M.B.A. '89 Stanford. San Francisco. General partner, SPO Partners & Co.
Pamela Thomas-Graham '85, M.B.A.-J.D. '89. New York City. Partner, McKinsey & Company, Inc.
Robert P. Inches '80; M.B.A. '87 The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Boston. Vice president and senior portfolio manager, Goldman, Sachs & Co.
James E. Johnson '83, J.D. '86. Washington, D.C. Assistant secretary for enforcement, U.S. Treasury Department.