2003

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 2003 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, 2004.

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, currently serving as vice president.

vice president (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 since 1986, Chicago chapter chair 2000–01, alumni board member since 2001, currently serving as secretary.

members (three-year term)

Sandy Blake Boles ’90
Norfolk, Virginia. B.A. biology; M.A., marine biology, College of William & Mary, 1994.
Reed-related activities: volunteer for the admission office since 1996.

Rachel Hall ’95
Portland, Oregon. B.A. French literature; J.D. Lewis & Clark Law School, 2001. Occupation: attorney at law. Reed-related activities: staff assistant in the offices of development and alumni relations 1995–98, assistant director of alumni relations 1998, helped establish the Lemming Society, volunteer for career services since 1996, volunteer for the office of development since 1996.

John Neumaier ’83
Shoreline, Washington. B.A. biology; Ph.D., pharmacology, University of Washington, 1989; M.D., University of Washington, 1998. Occupation: associate professor of psychiatry, University of Washington School of Medicine. Reed-related activities: volunteer for the admission office since 1993, member of the Seattle chapter steering committee for four years, including serving as chapter representative to the alumni board.

 

alumni trustee (four-year term)

Michele Funk ’94
Durham, North Carolina.
B.A. psychology; M.S.P.H., department of epidemiology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2000. Occupation: doctoral candidate, department of epidemiology, University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill. Reed-related activities: student body president 1993, volunteer for the admission office since 1999, Seattle chapter steering committee for three years, alumni board member for six years, including serving as president.

secretary (one-year term)

Shouka Rezvani ’90
Portland, Oregon. B.A. biology; J.D., Willamette University, 1994. Occupation: partner, estate planning and estate administration, Tonkon Torp LLP. Reed-related activities: alumni board member since 2002.

nominating committee (one-year term)

Sally Snyder Brunette ’83
Bellevue, Washington. B.A. history. Occupation: owner of Giving Matters. Reed-related activities: alumni board member for four years, including serving as president, volunteer for the admission office for 12 years, presidential search committee, Seattle chapter committee for 10 years,
current alumni trustee.

Sheldon Hochheiser ’73
Highland Park, New Jersey. B.A. chemistry–history; Ph.D., history, University of Wisconsin–Madison, 1982. Occupation: corporate historian, AT&T. Reed-related activities: alumni board member for nine years, including serving as president, volunteer for the admission office for 18 years, New York chapter steering committee for six years, instructor for the oral history project.

Caroline Locher ’67
Portland, Oregon. B.A. French; Ph.D., comparative literature, University of Oregon, 1973. Occupation: retired. Reed-related activities: director of alumni relations 1986–96, member of dorm associates, class reunion committee in 1997.

     

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 board of trustees must approve the alumni trustee nomination.

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. End of Article

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