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Alumni Volunteers Join Leadership Boards

These new members have joined the following governing groups:

MIT Corporation
Five-year terms beginning July 1
James A. Lash ‘66
Paul L. Levy ‘72
Scott P. Marks Jr. ‘68

Alumni Association president
One-year term beginning July 1
Martin Y. Tang, SM ‘72

Alumni Association Board of Directors
Two-year terms beginning July 1

Vice presidents
John D. Chisholm ‘75
Bonny Kellermann ‘72

District directors
Leslie A. Liu ‘89, District 1
Kimberly-Ann Francis ‘78, District 2
Douglas E. Vincent ‘89, District 3
Donald Shobrys ‘75, District 4
Joseph B. Scheller ‘54, District 5
Ning P. Drako ‘90, District 11

Young-alumni director
Martin N. Mbaya ‘00

National Selection Committee
Three-year terms beginning April 1
Reginald Van Lee ‘79, District 4
Robert E. Anslow ‘54, District 9
Evan D. Matteo ‘94, District 10
Ellen S. L. Nedrebo, SM ‘89, District 11

Learn more about Alumni Association governance at alum.mit.edu/about/.

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