Alumni board notice of nominations

In accordance with the constitution of the Reed College alumni association and following a call for nominations to all alumni in the May 2000 Reed magazine, the nominating committee of the alumni association hereby gives notice of the following nominations to the alumni board. All terms begin July 1, 2001.

President (one-year term)
John Sheehy '82
Penngrove, California. B.A. English. Occupation: writer, publishing consultant, and soup kitchen chef. Reed-related activities: current vice president of the alumni association, class of '21 award winner, past career services volunteer, past chair of the alumni association outreach committee. Member of the Reed magazine advisory board since 1996.

Vice President (one-year term)
Patrick Pruyne '83
Amherst, Massachusetts. B.A. biology. Occupation: parent, stonemason, technology consultant, trustee of the Common School in Amherst, Massachu-setts. Reed-related activities: admission and career services volunteer, current secretary of the alumni board.

Secretary (one-year term)
Steven Falk '83
Lafayette, California. B.A.economics; M.P.P. John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 1986. Occupation: city manager of Lafayette, California, since 1996. Reed-related activities: volunteer for the admission office since 1984, career services volunteer. He has served on the alumni board for two years and is currently the chair of the alumni services committee.

Alumni trustee (four-year term)
Richard Cuthbert '73
Seattle, Washington. B.A. anthropology; M.S. resource economics, Oregon State University, 1980. Occupation: executive economist for R.W. Beck and Associates. Reed-related activities: past Rainier chapter representative to the alumni board, past president of the alumni association, magazine advisory group in 1996, active member of the Seattle chapter since 1992.

Members (three-year term)

Liz Gray '77
Natick, Massachusetts. B.A. English; M.A. English education, Tufts University, 1980; MLS library science, Simmons College, 1984. Occupation: library director at Dana Hall School, Wellesley, Massachu-setts. Published All the Other Voices, a bibliography of African, Asian, and Latin American women's fiction. Reed-related activities: has been an admission and career services volunteer.

Kate Bieber '94
Brooklyn, New York. B.A. art. Occupation: equity researcher, Wasserstein Perella Securities. Reed-related activities: has been an alumni board representative and New York chapter committee chair and active member for the last two years.

David Perry '73
Chicago, Illinois. B.A. psychology; M.B.A. banking and finance, Northwestern Univer-sity, 1986. Occupation: real estate appraiser, owner of his own company, David L. Perry Real Estate Appraisals. Reed-related activities: admission volunteer since 1986. David served on the nominating committee in 1998 and was the coordinator for Chicago area alumni events for several years.

Nominating Committee (one-year term)

Molly O'Reilly '64
Sandpoint, Idaho. B.A. history; M.B.A. market research, Pepperdine University, 1975. Occupation: retired from a series of marketing and management positions. Before retiring was the executive director of Pioneer Courthouse Square (a public park and event area in the center of downtown Portland) for its opening and first four years of operation. While living in Portland she was involved with several civic organizations, serving as president of Sensible Transportation Options for People and as a board member of ACLU of Oregon. Reed-related activities: member of the alumni association board, 1978-80.

Diane (LevKoy) Morgan '77
Portland, Oregon. B.A. mathematics. Occupation: freelance writer of several successful cookbooks, including Entertaining People and Cooking for the Week; columnist for the Los Angeles Times; cooking teacher in the Portland area. Reed-related activities: class reunion committee in 1996-97, interim alumni director during 1986, organizer of Reed Cooks symposium, and Reed College Women's Committee member. Currently on the National Advisory Council.

Dylan Rivera '95
Portland, Oregon. B.A. political science. Occupation: journalist. One of a team of reporters with the Austin American Statesman daily newspaper who won the 1997 Katie Award for Breaking News. He was with the paper since 1996. He recently moved back to Portland to take a job as international business reporter for the Oregonian.

In all offices for which there is only one nominee on February 15, the nominee shall be considered elected as of that date, except that the alumni trustee nomination must be approved by the board of trustees.

Additional nominations for each vacant position may be submitted by petition from the membership. Said petitions must contain the name and a brief biographical sketch of the nominee, the office to be filled, and the signatures of 50 or more members of the association. Petitions must be received in the alumni office on or before February 15.

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