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Overseers 2010-2011

Elizabeth McKenna Ainslie ’87, Locust Valley, New York, Interior Decorator, Elizabeth Ainslie Interiors (2014), Visiting Committee on Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Laurie Haley Allen ’87, Dover, Massachusetts (2013), Visiting Committees on African Studies, on Mathematics, and on Geology

Leslie Dougherty Biddle ’89, M.A., New York, New York, Partner, Goldman Sachs & Company (2011), Visiting Committee on East Asian Studies

Susan E. Boland ’83, M.A., New York, New York (2011), Visiting Committees on Classics, on French and Italian, and on International Studies

G. Arthur Brennan ’68, J.D., York, Maine, Superior Court Judge, State of Maine Superior Court (2013), Visiting Committees on Off-Campus Study and on Biology

Remi J. Browne ’74, M.S., Boston, Massachusetts, Managing Director/International Equity, Munder Capital (2014), Visiting Committees on Sociology and on German and Russian

Robert J. Bruce ’59, West Chester, Pennsylvania, Retired President, Widener University (2014), Visiting Committees on Off-Campus Study and on Athletics

Alexander K. Buck Jr. ’78, Cumberland Foreside, Maine, President, Horizon Foundation Inc. (2012)

Sara J. Burns ’79, Manchester, Maine, President and Chief Executive Officer, Central Maine Power Company (2011), Visiting Committees on Physical Plant and on Career Services

Malcolm G. Chace Jr. ’90, Providence, Rhode Island, Managing Director, Oppenheimer & Co. (2012)

David H. Cody ’92, New York, New York, Managing Director, Fortress Investment Group LLC (2014), Visiting Committee on Anthropology

Robert A. Davidson ’80, Duxbury, Massachusetts, Chief Investment Officer, Longwood Investment Advisors (2012), Visiting Committee on Physical Plant

Alice D. Domar ’80, Ph.D., Sudbury, Massachusetts, Executive Director, Domar Center for Complementary Healthcare (2014), Visiting Committee on Student Services

Deborah Wathen Finn ’74, M.A., Westfield, New Jersey, President, The Wathen Group (2013), Visiting Committees on Classics and on Physical Plant

Janice C. Griffith ’62, J.D., Cambridge, Massachusetts, Vice President of Academic Affairs, Suffolk University (2013), Visiting Committees on Religious Studies, on Chemistry, on Sociology, and on German and Russian

Dan B. Harris ’93, LL.D. ’05, New York, New York, Anchor, ABC News, Inc. (2011)

Mark W. Howard ’85, M.B.A., New York, New York, Former Managing Director and Global Head of Credit Research, Barclays Capital (2011), Visiting Committees on Music and on Career Services

Marjorie Cyr Isaksen, M.A., Oyster Bay, New York (2013), Visiting Committee on Dining Services

Gregory G. Johnson, B.S., Harpswell, Maine, Retired Admiral, United States Navy (2014), Visiting Committee on Chemistry

Paul D. Kazilionis ’79, Boston, Massachusetts, Chief Executive Officer, Westbrook Partners (2011)

Jason A. Klein ’97, Rye Brook, New York, Curator, Edith G. Read Wildlife Sanctuary (2013)

Henry R. Kennedy ’80, Cumberland Center, Maine, Executive Director, Kieve-Wavus Education Inc. (2011), Visiting Committee on Student Services

Peter H. Lunder ’56, D.F.A. ’98, Scarborough, Maine, Chairman, Kenilworth, Inc. (Life Overseer)

Edward Marchetti ’60, Essex, Massachusetts, SOC Signatory, Pearson Pilings LLC (2013)

Lynn McKinley-Grant ’69, M.D., Washington, District of Columbia, Dermatologist, Lynn McKinley-Grant, M.D., P.C. (2014)

R. James O'Neil ’83, M.B.A., ’88, Malvern, Pennsylvania, Partner/Equity Portfolio Manager, Cooke & Bieler (2013)

Randy Papadellis ’79, Hopkinton, Massachusetts, President and Chief Executive Officer, Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc. (2012), Visiting Committee on Admissions and Financial Aid

Graham Powis ’90, M.B.A., Greenwich, Connecticut, Managing Director, Head of U.S. Equity Capital Markets, Lazard Freres & Co. LLC (2013)

Elizabeth Raftery ’98, Wilton, Connecticut, Senior Manager of Contract Billing Services, Intelsat Corporation (2013)

Kathleen Pinard Reed ’86, M.D., Woolwich, Maine (2014), Visiting Committee on Biology

Lou Richardson ’67, Wellesley, Massachusetts, Controller, Xerox Corporation (2011), Visiting Committees on Economics, on Theater and Dance, on Psychology, and on College Relations

Stuart Rothenberg ’70, Ph.D., Potomac, Maryland, Editor/Publisher, Rothenberg Political Report (2014), Visiting Committee on Government

Edwin F. Scheetz III ’87, M.B.A., Belvedere Tiburon, California, Founder and Managing Director, Aphelion Capital (2012)

Peter Schmidt-Fellner ’78, Darien, Connecticut, Chief Investment Officer, NewStar Financial Inc. (2012)

Jennifer Alfond Seeman ’92, Weston, Massachusetts (2011), Visiting Committee on Dining Services

George M. Shur ’64, J.D., Dekalb, Illinois, Retired General Counsel, Northern Illinois University; Retired Professor of Higher Education Law, Northern Illinois University (2013), Visiting Committee on College Relations

Michael D. Sullivan ’72, Trappe, Maryland, Managing Director, Wachovia Corporation (2013)

Amy Walter ’91, Arlington, Virginia, Editor-in-chief, The Hotline (2013)

Overseers Visiting Committees 2009-2010

College Relations (Sept. 13-15, 2009): Lou Richardson ’67, chair; George Shur ’64; John Cornell ’65; Chris Ponce, Pomona College, consultant.

Career Services (Oct. 4-6, 2009): Sara Burns ’79, chair; Mark Howard ’85; Michael Sciola, Wesleyan University, consultant.

Anthropology (Oct. 18-20, 2009): Moses Silverman ’69, chair; David Cody ’92; Angelique Haugerud, Rutgers University, consultant; Miguel Diaz-Barriga, Swarthmore College, consultant.

German and Russian (Nov. 8-10, 2009): Janice Griffith ’62, chair; Remi Browne ’74; Thomas Newlin, Oberlin College, consultant; Margaret McCarthy, Davidson College, consultant.

Physical Plant (January 10-12, 2010): Deborah Wathen-Finn ’74, chair; Robert Davidson ’80; John Gratiot, Dartmouth College, consultant.

Biology (Feb. 28-March 2, 2010): G. Arthur Brennan ’68, chair; Kathleen Reed ’86; C. Gary Reiness, Lewis & Clark College, consultant; Helen Young, Middlebury College, consultant.

Geology (April 11-13, 2010): Laurie Allen ’87, chair; Rae Jean Goodman ’69; Raymond Rogers, Macalester College, consultant; Christine Smith Siddoway, Colorado College, consultant.