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Todger Anderson '67, Englewood, Colorado, President, Denver Investment Advisors, Visiting Committee on Health Services(2001)
Virginia L. Barrett '69, Stuart, Florida, Management Trainer, Consultant, and Artist, Virginia Denton Enterprises, Visiting Committees on Education and Human Development and on International Studies (2004)
Patricia Downs Berger '62, M.D., Brookline, Massachusetts, Internist, Visiting Committees on Physics and Astronomy and on Spanish (2001)
Lazar Birenbaum, Saratoga, California, Vice President, General Manager, Cisco Systems, Visiting Committee on Computer Science (2003)
Leon C. Buck '84, J.D., Greenbelt, Maryland, Immigration Counsel to the Judiciary Committee, U.S. House of Representatives (2002)
Richard H. Campbell '58, York Village, Maine, Management Consultant, President, Seacoast Consulting (2003)
Peter C. Clark '75, New Boston, New Hampshire, Private Investor, Visiting Committee on American Studies (2001)
Nancy Carter Clough '69, M.Ed., Pembroke, New Hampshire, School Psychologist, Pembroke School, Visiting Committees on Psychology, on Spanish, and on Women's Studies (2001)
Brooke D. Coleman '92, M.S., Salem, Massachusetts, Student Residence Director, Salem State College, Visiting Committee on African-American Studies (2002)
Joel E. Cutler '81, Newton, Massachusetts, CEO, F.C. Capital Partners, Visiting Committee on International Studies (2004)
John B. Devine Jr. '78, Phoenix, Maryland, Visiting Committees on Computer Services, on Dining Services, and on Development and Alumni Relations (2002)
Gerald Dorros, M.D., Scottsdale, Arizona, President, Arizona Heart Foundation, Arizona Heart Institute Foundation,Visiting Committees on Classics, on Physics, and on Admissions and Financial Aid (2002)
Lawrence K. Fleischman '75, M.B.A., Dix Hills, New York, President, Capital Vision Group, Inc., Visiting Committees on Dining Services and on Mathematics (2004)
Patricia Orr Frost '59, Miami Beach, Florida, Vice Chair, The National Museum of American Art Commission of the Smithsonian Institution; Chair of the Board, Florida International University, Visiting Committee on Art and the Museum of Art (2004)
Diana J. Fuss '82, Ph.D., New York, New York, Associate Professor of English, Princeton University, Visiting Committee on English (2001)
R. David Genovese IV '89, New York, New York, Director, CreditSuisse First Boston (2003)
Edward R. Goldberg '59, Newton, Massachusetts, Senior Vice President, Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette, Visiting Committees on Music and on Off-Campus Study (2001)
Cheryl Booker Gorman '74, M.A., Westwood, Massachusetts, Principal/Co-Founder, Compass Consulting Group, Visiting Committees on Special Programs, on French, and on Psychology (2003)
Janet Gay Hawkins '48, Shelter Island Heights, New York, Visiting Committees on the Libraries and on Health Services (2001)
Sol Hurwitz, B.A., Rye, New York, Retired President, Committee for Economic Development, Visiting Committees on Psychology, on Communications, on English, and on Music (2001)
Timothy B. Hussey '78, M.B.A., Kennebunk, Maine, President and CEO, Hussey Seating Company, Visiting Committees on Philosophy and on Religious Studies (2001)
Peter G. Jordan '80, M.S., Brooklyn, New York, Vice President of Enrollment and Student Affairs, College of Aeronautics, New York Institute of Technology (2002)
Kendra King '94, M.A., Athens, Georgia, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Institute of African-American Studies, University of Georgia, Visiting Committee on Religious Studies (2002)
Peter Harold Lunder '56, D.F.A. '98, Waterville, Maine, Co-Chairman, Treasurer, and Director, Dexter Shoe Company, Visiting Committees on Physical Plant, on Art and the Museum of Art, and on Physical Education and Athletics (Life Overseer)
Joanne Weddell Magyar '71, Stamford, Connecticut, Optician/Manager, Rye Eye Care (2003)
David D. Marshall '75, M.B.A., Gibsonia, Pennsylvania, Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer, DQE (2004)
Deborah Marson '75, J.D., Newton Centre, Massachusetts, Senior Corporate Counsel, The Gillette Company, Visiting Committees on English, on Off-Campus Studies, and on Women's Studies (2004)
Susan Ryel Mettler '71, Lake Forest, Illinois, Visiting Committee on Physical Plant (2003)
Patricia Davis Murphy '68, M.D., S.D. '99, Slingerlands, New York, President and CEO, GeneWise (2003)
Susan Jacobson Nester '88, Bowie, Maryland, Director, Broadcast Media, Independent Insurance Agents of America; Vice President, Carden Communications, Visiting Committee on Dining Services (2001)
Paul S. Ostrove '53, Roslyn, New York, Vice President, Paul Stuart, Inc., Visiting Committees on Geology and on History (2003)
Kristian K. Parker '94, Beaufort, North Carolina, Ph.D. Candidate, Duke University (2004)
M. Jane Powers '86, M.S.W., Medford, Massachusetts, Director of Day Treatment Program, St. Ann's Home, Visiting Committee on Women's Studies (2002)
Thomas R. Rippon '68, Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania, President, T.R. Rippon Associates, Visiting Committees on East Asian Studies and on Music and the Performing Arts (2003)
Claudia Caruso Rouhana '71, Sands Point, New York, Homemaker and Community Volunteer, Visiting Committee on Classics (2003)
Jennifer Alfond Seeman '92, Berlin, Germany, Homemaker (2002)
Patricia Valavanis Smith '80, M.S., Andover, Massachusetts, Editor, International Data Group (2003)
Edward A. Snyder '75, M.A., Ph.D., Charlottesville, Virginia, Dean, Chief Academic Officer, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia, Visiting Committee on Mathematics (2003)
Henry Joseph Sockbeson '73, J.D., North Stonington, Connecticut, Tribal Attorney, Mashantucket Pequot Tribe, Visiting Committees on History and on Music (2001)
Paul Gerard Spillane Jr. '79, M.B.A., Darien, Connecticut, Managing Director, International Equity Sales, Head of Alex.Brown, Deutsche Bank, Visiting Committee on Education (2001)
Cicely Finley Taylor '94, Destrehan, Louisiana, Homemaker, Visiting Committee on Spanish (2002)
Dennis Hok-shou Ting '60, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, Chairman of the Board, Kader Industrial Company, Limited, Visiting Committees on East Asian Studies and on International Studies (2003)
Alfred Traversi '74, M.B.A., Lexington, Kentucky, Vice President, IT/Operations, Lexmark International (2002)
Richard Y. Uchida '79, M.B.A., Bow, New Hampshire, Attorney, Richard Y. Uchida P.L.L.C., Visiting Committee on History (2002)
Diane Gerth Van Wyck '66, J.D., New York, New York, Senior Vice President, Taxes, American Express Travel Related Services, Visiting Committees on Classics, on East Asian Studies, on Health Services, and on History (2001)
Nancy Greer Weiland '65, Ph.D., New York, New York, Formerly Assistant Professor and Research Scientist, Rockefeller University (2002)
Anne Clarke Wolff '87, M.B.A., Chicago, Illinois, Managing Director, Salomon Smith Barney, Inc., Visiting Committee on Development and Alumni Relations (2001)
Charles Osgood Wood, L.H.D. '96, B.S., Englewood, New Jersey, Radio/Television Journalist, Host, CBS News, Visiting Committee on Performing Arts (2001)
Jonathan Zuhovitzky, B.S.Sc., New York, New York, Partner-Investment Banker, First Capital Advisers, L.L.C., Visiting Committee on Classics (2001))
Overseers Visiting Committees 1999-2000
Religious Studies (October 3-5): Timothy B. Hussey '78, chair; David Pulver '63; Kendra King '94; Jane Crossthwaite, Mount Holyoke, consultant.
Computer Science (November 14-16): Rae Jean Braunmuller Goodman '69, chair; Lazar Birenbaum P '00; William J. Ryan P '00; Stuart Hirschfield, Hamilton, consultant.
French (February 27-29): Virginia L. Barrett '69, chair; Cheryl Booker Gorman '74; Carol Rifelj, Middlebury, consultant.
Spanish (March 12-14): Patricia Downs Berger '62, chair; Cicely Finley Taylor '94; Robert S. Lee '51; Silvia Spitta, Dartmouth, consultant.
Classics (April 2-4): Gerald Dorros, M.D., P '93, '96, '98, '01, chair; Claudia Caruso Rouhana '71; Jonathan Zuhovitzky P '98; Susan Shelmerdine, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, consultant.
Physical Plant (April 9-11): Paul A. Nussbaum P '94, chair; Gerald S. Tanenbaum P '00; Susan Ryel Mettler '71; Harvey H. Kaiser, Harvey H. Kaiser Associates, Inc., consultant.
Mathematics (April 16-18): Lawrence K. Fleischman '75, chair; Edward A. Snyder '75; Carl Cowen, Purdue, consultant.
Museum of Art Board of Governors
W. Mark Brady '78, New York, New York, vice chair; drawings dealer, W.M. Brady & Co.
Barbara L. Alfond, Weston, Massachusetts, collector
Joan Alfond, B.A., Boston, Massachusetts, executive director, Concierge Services for Students Ltd.
Theodore B. Alfond, Weston, Massachusetts, executive vice president and director (retired), Dexter Shoe Company
William L. Alfond '72, Boston, Massachusetts, director and vice president of sales (athletic division), Dexter Shoe Company
Alexandra Anderson-Spivy, New York, New York, freelance writer and curator
Lee Scrafton Bujold '64, North Palm Beach, Florida, antiques dealer
Jay Cantor, B.A., New York, New York, affiliate of the Adelson Gallery; former president of the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
Thomas Colville, B.A., M.M.U., New Haven, Connecticut, and New York, New York, art dealer, Thomas Colville Fine Art
Daphne Cummings, B.A., M.F.A., New York, New York, and Camden, Maine, artist and donor
Gabriella De Ferrari, New York, New York, former curator of the Busch Reisinger Museum, Harvard; former assistant director, Fogg Art Museum
David Driskell, B.A., M.F.A., D.F.A. '00, L.H.D., Hyattsville, Maryland, artist; Distinquished University Professor Emeritus, the University of Maryland; author and lecturer; consultant
Hilary Ervin, Waterville, Maine, artist, museum docent
James A. Ffrench '85, New York, New York, consultant, former manager, decorative arts, Christie's
Ingrid Hanzer, Los Angeles, California, collector
Gabriella Jeppson '93, New York, New York, public relations
Ada Katz, B.A., M.S., New York, New York, collector
Alex Katz, D.F.A. '84, New York, New York, artist
Paula Crane Lunder, M.A.'98, D.F.A., Waterville, Maine, museum docent
Peter H. Lunder '56, D.F.A., Waterville, Maine, president, assistant treasurer, and director, Dexter Shoe Company
Norma Marin, A.B., D.F.A., New York, New York, and Addison, Maine, collector
Leigh A. Morse '78, M.F.A., New York, New York, art dealer, Salander-O'Reilly Galleries
Heather L. Payson '88, Falmouth, Maine, museum docent
Thomas B. Schulhof '69, J.D., New York, New York, president, Quadriga Art, Inc.
Paul J. Schupf, M.A. '91, Hamilton, New York, Paul J. Schupf Associates
John E. Shore '59, J.D., Cincinnati, Ohio, president, J.E. Shore Enterprises, Inc.
Elaine Zervas Stamas '53, Scarsdale, New York, Colby trustee
Stephen Stamas, Scarsdale, New York, director and former chair, Philharmonic Symphony of New York, arts and music patron
Seth Thayer '89, Chicago, Illinois, art consultant
William G. Tsiaras '68, M.D., Barrington, Rhode Island, chair, department of ophthalmology, Brown University, art collector
Barbara Starr Wolf '50, S“o Paulo, Brazil, director, Barbara Starr Wolf Cultural Promotions; collector
Alumni Council Executive Committee
Lou Richardson '67, vice chair
Margaret Felton Viens '77, executive secretary/treasurer
Eleanor Amidon '75, chair, Nominating Committee
James W. Bourne '81, chair, Clubs Committee
Hope Palmer Bramhall '56 , chair, Awards Committee
Bruce C. Drouin '74, chair, Career Services Committee
Lisa A. Hallee '81, chair, Alumni Fund Committee
Joanne Weddell Magyar '71, chair, Communications Committee
Wendy Kennedy Ralph '90, chair, Student Affairs Committee
Christopher R. Tompkins '89, chair, Admissions Committee
Johnston deF. Whitman '59, chair, Financial Affairs Committee
Frank A. Wilson '73, chair, Athletics Committee
Philip C. Wysor '70, chair, Alumni on Campus Committee
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Colby is a four-year, residential, liberal arts college in Waterville, Maine. Colby offers undergraduate courses during fall and spring semesters and grants bachelors of arts degrees.