President's Annual Report
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
We are delighted to welcome to the Board of Trustees five new members:
- Julie Spellman '89, has become the first alumna elected as a regular member of the Board. She is a graduate of Columbia Law School and a partner in the New York law firm Cravath Swaine & Moore;
- James McElwee '74, joins the Board of Trustees as a regular trustee. A graduate of the Wharton School, he is general partner of Weston Presidio Capital, and currently serves as national chair of the CMC Alumni Fund;
- Robert Poy '90, CMCAA president in 1998-99, for a three-year term as alumnus trustee;
- CMCAA president Gigi Birchfield '82 for a one-year term as an ex-officio member; and
- Parents Club president Hilda Kassardjian P'04 for a one-year term as an ex-officio member.
We also wish to recognize and thank our departing Trustees for meritorious service to the College:
- Lorraine Bains '88, completed a one-year term as CMCAA president and ex-officio member of the Board, serving on three committees, including the Executive Committee;
- Bruce Bean '67, joined the Board in 1987, serving on three committees, Academic Affairs, Building and Grounds, and Research Institutes. He is president of Tartan Transportation/Delta Waseca, Inc.;
- Don Henriksen, who joined the Board of Trustees in 1981, has a long history at the College. As vice president for research from 1987-1992, he guided the establishment of three institutes, the Lowe Institute of Political Economy, the Gould Center for Humanistic Studies and the Roberts Environmental Center. He has also served on several key committees as well as the boards of four CMC research institutes and the CMC magazine Editorial Board.
- Robert Long '60, P'94, '02, who joined the Board in 1997, served on four committees and provided additional guidance on the Strategic Planning Committee on Information Technology;
- David Mgrublian '82, past president of CMCAA, completed his three-year term as an alumnus Trustee, serving on four committees as well as the Land Planning Committee of the Claremont University Consortium;
- Patti Meyers P'03, completed her one-year term as Parents Club president 2002-03 and ex-officio member, serving on two committees;
- Alison Winter P'02, a division president of Northern Trust Corporation, departs the Board after a three-year term serving on the Budget and Audit, College Advancement and Student Affairs committees.