July 13, 2000
Vol. 19 No. 19

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    Alumni Association elects 2000-01 officers

    By Laurie Davis
    News Office

    The Alumni Association has elected new officers to its Board of Governors for the 2000-01 year.

    Leading the Board will be Katharine Bensen (A.B., ’80) of Chicago, Ill., an attorney with Schiff Hardin & Waite, who will serve a two-year term as President.

    Alumni who will serve one-year terms as Vice Presidents are Robert Boland (A.B., ’83, M.B.A., ’87) of Boston, Mass., senior vice president of Fidelity Investments; Patricia McKeown (A.B.,’68, A.M., ’71) of Boulder, Colo., a partner at the executive search firm Di Marchi Partners; and Walter Vandaele (M.B.A., ’73, Ph.D., ’75) of Washington, D.C., senior vice president at PHB Hagler Bailly.

    The Board of Governors is a 25-member group that sets policy for the Alumni Association and advises the University on a range of issues related to alumni. The Board meets twice each year on campus and works via committees throughout the year.