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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 2002 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, 2003.

PRESIDENT (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, and current vice president of the alumni board.


VICE PRESIDENT (ONE-YEAR TERM)
Holly Gudmundson Leighton ’78
Minneapolis, Minnesota. B.A. French literature. Occupation: technical support specialist, University of Minnesota. Reed-related activities: admission volunteer since 1978, alumni admission network regional coordinator (1987–94), alumni board member since 1999, current secretary of the alumni board.


Library ArchSECRETARY (ONE-YEAR TERM)
David Perry ’73
Chicago, Illinois. B.A. psychology; M.B.A., Northwestern University, 1986. Occupation: real estate appraiser. Reed-related activities: admission volunteer 1995–present, Chicago chapter chair 2000–01, current alumni board member.


ALUMNI TRUSTEE (FOUR-YEAR TERM)
Sally Snyder Brunette ’83
Bellevue, Washington. B.A. history. Occupation: owner of Giving Matters, a consulting firm to nonprofit organizations and philanthropists. Reed-related activities: admission volunteer 1992–2000, Rainier chapter committee 1992–2002, alumni board member 1998–2002, president of alumni board 2000–01.

MEMBERS (THREE-YEAR TERM)
Konrad Alt ’81
Piedmont, California. B.A. political science; J.D. Harvard Law School, 1987; M.P.P., John F. Kennedy School of Government Harvard University, 1987. Occupation: senior vice president and chief public policy officer, Providian Financial Corporation. Reed-related activities: National Advisory Council since 2000, class reunion committee 2001.

Vera Boals Bustrum ’79
Olympia, Washington. B.A. political science. Occupation: former planner for Pierce County Public Transit, retired as a major from the U.S. Army, and currently studying for her M.B.A. Reed-related activities: admission volunteer 1992–2000.

David Gossett ’91
Washington, D.C. B.A. psychology; M.A. psychology, University of Pennsylvania, 1993; J.D. University of Chicago, 1997. Occupation: appellate lawyer with Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw. Reed-related activities: volunteer for admission 1995–present, reunion class giving coordinator 2001.

Brad Wright ’61
Los Alamos, New Mexico. B.A. physics; Ph.D., physics, MIT, 1967. Occupation: retired technical staff member of Los Alamos National Laboratory. Reed-related activities: admission volunteer 1992–2000, class reunion gift chair 2001.


NOMINATING COMMITTEE
(one-year term)

Stephany A. Watson ’82
Portland, Oregon. B.A. history– literature; J.D. Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College, 1985; LL.M. environmental and natural resources law, Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College, 2000. Occupation: partner, Krogh & Leonard, Portland, Oregon. Reed-related activities: alumni trustee 1998–2002, alumni board member 1989–2002, outstanding volunteer, 1997, president of alumni board 1995–96.

Gaynor Hills ’85
Seattle, Washington. B.A. French. Occupation: vice president of institutional advancement, Bellevue Community College. Reed-related activities: admission volunteer 1992–2000, past alumni board member.

Barbara Carter Radin ’75
Seattle, Washington. B.A. history. Occupation: homemaker. Reed-related activities: class reunion committee 2000, Rainier chapter committee 1995–97.


In all offices for which there is only one nominee on February 14, 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 14.

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