Candidates for overseer and elected director announced

first_imgThis spring, alumni can vote for a new group of Harvard Overseers and Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) elected directors. The official candidates’ names appear in ballot order below, as determined by lot.Ballots will be mailed no later than April 1 and must be received in Cambridge by noon on May 20 to be counted. Results of the election will be announced at the HAA’s annual meeting on the afternoon of Commencement on May 26. All holders of Harvard degrees, except Corporation members and officers of instruction and government at Harvard, are entitled to vote for Overseer candidates. The election for HAA directors is open to all Harvard degree holders.The HAA’s nominating committee has proposed the following candidates in 2016:For OverseerKent Walker ’83 magna cum laudeSenior vice president and general counsel, Google Inc.Palo Alto, Calif.Ketanji Brown Jackson ’92 magna cum laude, J.D. ’96 cum laudeJudge, United States District Court for the District of ColumbiaWashington, D.C.Helena Buonanno Foulkes ’86 magna cum laude, M.B.A. ’92President, CVS/pharmacy; executive vice president, CVS HealthProvidence, R.I.John J. Moon ’89 magna cum laude, A.M. ’93, Ph.D. ’94Managing director, Morgan StanleyNew York, N.Y.Alejandro Ramírez Magaña ’94 cum laude, M.B.A. ’01Chief executive officer, CinépolisMexico City, MexicoDamian Woetzel, M.P.A. ’07Artistic director, Vail International Dance Festival; director, Aspen Institute Arts Program, DEMO at the Kennedy Center, and Independent ProjectsRoxbury, Conn.Karen Falkenstein Green ’78 magna cum laude, J.D. ’81 cum laudeSenior partner, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, LLPBostonLindsay Chase-Lansdale ’74 magna cum laudeAssociate provost for faculty and Frances Willard Professor of Human Development and Social Policy, Northwestern UniversityEvanston, Ill.Candidates for Overseer were nominated by petition:Ralph Nader, LL.B. ’58Citizen-activist and author; founder, The Center for Responsive Law and Public CitizenWashington, D.C.Stephen HsuProfessor of theoretical physics and vice president for research and graduate studies, Michigan State UniversityOkemos, Mich.Ron Unz ’83 magna cum laudeSoftware developer and chairman,; Publisher, The Unz ReviewPalo Alto, Calif.Stuart Taylor Jr., J.D. ’77 magna cum laudeAuthor, journalist, lawyer; nonresident senior fellow, Brookings InstitutionWashington, D.C.Lee C. Cheng ’93 magna cum laudeChief legal officer, Newegg, Inc.Santa Ana, Calif.Candidates nominated by the HAA for Elected Director:David Battat ’91 magna cum laudePresident and chief executive officer, Atrion Corp.New York, N.Y.Farai N. Chideya ’90 magna cum laudeDistinguished Writer in Residence, Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, New York UniversityNew York, N.Y.Rye Barcott, M.B.A./M.PA. ’09Managing partner and co-founder, Double Time CapitalCharlotte, N.C.Susan M. Cheng, M.P.P. ’04, Ed.L.D. ’13Senior associate dean for Diversity and Inclusion, Georgetown University School of MedicineWashington, D.C.Victor Jih, J.D. ’96Litigation Partner, Irell & Manella LLPLos AngelesEliana Murillo ’10Head of Multicultural Marketing, Google Inc.San Francisco, CATrey Grayson ’94 cum laudePresident and CEO, Northern Kentucky Chamber of CommerceFort Mitchell, Ky.Janet Nezhad Band ’83 magna cum laude, M.B.A. ’89, J.D. ’90 cum laudeDevelopment consultant to nonprofit organizationsNew York, N.Y.Michael C. Payne ’77 cum laude, M.D. ’81, M.P.H. ’82Attending physician, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology, Cambridge Health AllianceCambridge, Mass.last_img read more

Meals on Wheels Currently Accepting More Seniors for the Program

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisCounty routes for the Meals on Wheels program appears to be declining and to make sure seniors don’t go without a meal; the Alpena Senior Citizens Center wants to help.“We have drivers that go out every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. So it’s not out of the way for us, we’re already passing most of these houses. We want to make sure everyone knows about Meals on Wheels. The decrease maybe because they moved away, some people move downstate or with family. There are some people that move to a care facility, and there are some that pass away,” In Home Service Manager, Mike Stauffer said.One issue appears to be the lack of knowledge about the program.“They can come into the center or they can just call. I can set up an assessment to come out to the house, get all of the paperwork done and verify that they do qualify and we can get meals started within one to two days. It’s not a big turnover; we want to make sure that everyone gets what he or she needs,” Stauffer said.With the winter season ahead, the Meals on Wheels program is another way to check up on seniors to make sure they are in health.“If you have family that lives out in the county and you get concerned about them because you can’t make it out there, we have to see the person whose receiving the meal. If we don’t see them and we’re not notified we do have procedures in place to make sure that they are doing OK,” Stauffer explained.And if you’re a picky eater, that’s no problem at all.“We do have other options besides the hot meal they can have a shack lunch which has varies things maybe a half sandwich or a hot dog or a fish sandwich or something like that, something easy to heat up. There are salads that the kitchen can make and put in there so there is a variety of food that they can receive,” he added.If you, a caregiver, or a loved one would like to learn more about the Meals on Wheels program contact the Alpena Senior Center at 989–356–3585.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious The Salvation Army Holding Christmas Signup Next WeekNext Local Junior High School Gets Fit with Project Healthy School Programlast_img read more