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Candidates for HAA elected directors, Board of Overseers are named:

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Election this spring will determine five new overseers and six new HAA elected directors

Appearing below are the Harvard Alumni Association’s (HAA’s) candidates for the 2003 election to the Harvard Board of Overseers and the HAA Elected Directors. The election this spring will determine five new Overseers and six new HAA Elected Directors. Ballots will be mailed between April 1 and 15, and results of the election will be announced on Commencement Day, June 5.

The nominations reflect the deliberations of the HAA Nominating Committee, a broadly representative group of Harvard graduates whose 13 voting members include three present or former Overseers as well as 10 other alumni/ae chosen by the HAA Executive Committee.

Candidates for election may also be nominated by petition. Prospective petition candidates have until Feb. 10 to gather and submit the requisite number of signatures (252 for Overseer this year) from eligible degree-holders. Signatures must appear on official nomination forms obtained from and returned to the Secretary of the Board of Overseers, 17 Quincy St.

For Elected Director, 253 valid signatures must be filed at 124 Mt. Auburn St., sixth floor, the office of the HAA. A list of all the candidates, along with the HAA Nominating Committee’s annual report, will be published in the Gazette after Feb. 10.

Elected Director slate

1) Alex Aldrich ’80; Montpelier, Vt.; executive director, Vermont Arts Council

2) Joe Azelby ’84; Cresskill, N.J.; JP Morgan Fleming Asset Management (NYC)

3) Tom Castro ’76; Houston; president, El Dorado Communications, Inc.

4) Mark Chandler ’78, Palo Alto, Calif.; vice president of legal services and general counsel, Cisco Systems, Inc.

5) Susan Fales-Hill ’84; New York, N.Y.; writer, television producer

6) Marilyn Holifield J.D. ’72; Miami; attorney-partner, Holland & Knight LLP

7) Alan Khazei ’83, J.D. ’87; Jamaica Plain, Mass.; CEO, City Year, Inc.

8) Quintin Primo M.B.A. ’79; Barrington Hills, Ill.; co-chairman, Capri Capital

9) Andrea Silbert ’86, M.B.A./M.P.A. ’92; West Harwich, Mass.; executive director, Center for Women & Enterprise

Board of Overseers slate

1) Michael Cronin ’75, M.B.A. ’77; Weston, Mass.; managing partner, Weston Presidio Capital.

2) Roger Ferguson ’73, J.D. ’77, Ph.D. ’81; Washington, D.C.; vice chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

3) Merrick Garland ’74, J.D. ’77; Washington, D.C.; U.S. circuit judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit

4) Carl Pforzheimer ’58, M.B.A. ’63; Scarsdale, N.Y.; investment banker, managing partner, Carl H. Pforzheimer & Co.

5) Rusty Powell ’70, Ph.D. ’74; Alexandria, Va.; director, National Gallery of Art

6) Joan Steitz Ph.D. ’67; Branford, Conn.; investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and Sterling Professor of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, Yale University

7) Leah Zell Wanger ’71, Ph.D. ’79; Chicago; lead portfolio manager, Acorn International Fund; head of International Equities, Liberty Wanger Asset Fund

8) Pauline Yu ’70; Pacific Palisades, Calif.; dean of humanities and professor of East Asia Languages and Cultures, University of California, Los Angeles