Alumni Association Board of Directors
Two-year terms begin July 1
William B. Lenoir ‘61
Cordelia M. Price ‘78
Natalie M. Givans ‘84, District 6
Jesse M. Abraham ‘77, District 7
John J. Carney ‘76, District 8
Thomas G. Leo ‘75, District 9
Nicolas E. Chammas, SM ‘87, District 11
Quinn E. Goldstein ‘99
National Selection Committee
Three-year terms began April 1
Joan M. Coyne ‘87, District 2
Kim L. Hunter ‘86, District 3
Kristin Schondorf ‘91, District 5
Five-year terms begin July 1
O. Reid Ashe Jr. ‘70
John W. Jarve ‘78
Frederick A. Middleton Jr. ‘71
Learn about Association governance at alum.mit.edu/about/governance/.
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