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Alumni Board Elections

Eight Antioch College Alumni were elected by mailed ballots during the 2004 election. Ballots were mailed to 14,000 Antioch College Alumni in April 2004. Results were then tabulated and announced during Reunion 2004 on June 25, 2004. Nearly 1,100 ballots were returned and counted.

Two of the elected board members were incumbents who were elected to their second three-year terms. They are Molly Schultz ’98 and Steven Duffy ’77. Elected to three-year terms were Ellen Borgersen ’72, Tim Eubanks ’00, Ina Fleegler Frank ’60, Edward Goldson ’62, Steven Oliver ’90, and Dean Parmelee ’70.

At Reunion in June, the Alumni Board also appointed three candidates from the ballot to fill three vacant seats, bringing the Alumni Board to its maximum capacity of 30 members. Bradley Wilburn ’84, Kristin Pett ’90 and Richard Daily ’68 were each appointed to three-year terms.

Graduates from the 1960s returned the most ballots, followed by the 1950s, the 1970s, the 1940s, the 1990s, the 1980s, the 2000s and the 1930s.

Here are the 11 newly elected, re-elected and appointed members:

  • Ellen Borgersen ’72; Sausalito, CA
    Of Counsel, Morrison & Foerster, LLP
  • Richard W. Daily ’68; Lakewood, CO
    Attorney/VP and General Counsel, The Dickerson Group Inc.
  • Steven D. Duffy ’77; Dayton, OH
    Circulation Coordinator, Antioch College
  • Tim Eubanks ’00; Austin, TX
    Community Organizer, Austin Voices for Education and Youth
  • Ina Fleegler Frank ’60; Ventura, CA
    Director of Major Gifts and Planned Giving, March of Dimes-Southern California
  • Edward Goldson ’62; Denver, CO
    Professor of Pediatrics, University of Colorado Health Sciences
  • Steven Oliver ’90; New York, NY
    Doctoral Candidate, New York University
  • Dean Parmelee ’70; Dayton, OH
    Physician, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Wright State University School of Medicine
  • Kristen Pett ’90; Encino, CA
    Associate Director of Counseling, Milken Community High School
  • Molly Schultz ’98; New York, NY
    Program Officer, Jewish Fund for Justice
  • Bradley K. Wilburn ’83; Mountlake Terrace, WA
    Land Use Planner, City of Seattle Department of Planning and Development

The first step toward becoming a member of the Alumni Board is to be nominated – self-nominations are acceptable. The key requirement is that one must be an alum of Antioch College. The nominations are reviewed each year by the Nominations Committee of the Alumni Board. A slate is then submitted for approval by the full Board.

The Nominations Committee considers an array of factors when assembling a slate. Primarily, the Committee aims to help create a board that is representative of the 14,000 living alumni, with respect to gender, class year, skill sets, geographical region and areas of concentration. This important process is often concerned with helping to deal with imbalances that have occurred following the election process and under-representation is constantly being addressed as the Board membership evolves from year to year. Many of these same considerations are addressed when the committee makes its recommendations for appointees.

For more information, contact the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at 1-800-411-6780.

 
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