UAA Alumni Association announces new Board of Directors

Posted on February 7, 2013 

UAA Alumni Association announces new Board of Directors 

 

ANCHORAGE, AK – On Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013, UAA appointed eight members to the interim Board of Directors for the UAA Alumni Association. Members of this interim board will serve a one-year term, after which, board members will be elected from the alumni body.  

 

Ben Anderson, B.A. Journalism and Public Communications '11

Reporter, Alaska Dispatch

 

Heather Cavanaugh, M.B.A. '08

Director of Corporate Communications, Alaska Communications

 

Carol Comeau, M.Ed. Public Administration '86, LL.D. '07

Retired Superintendent, Anchorage School District

 

Patty Hickok, A.A. General Program '99, A.A.S. Occupational Safety and Health '08, B.B.A. Management '01, M.B.A. '03

Director of HR Process Improvement, NANA Development Corporation

 

Leverette G. Hoover, B.S. Technology '97

General Manager, Siemens Industry Inc. - Alaska

 

Andrew Romerdahl, M.B.A. '08

General Manager, PTP Management Inc.

 

Eric Wohlforth, LL.D. '09, M.A. Interdisciplinary Studies '12

            Senior Partner/Attorney, Wohlforth, Brecht, Cartledge & Brooking APC

 

Also appointed to the board in an ex-officio role is Rachel Morse, M.B.A. '08, interim director of Alumni Relations for the University of Alaska Anchorage. She will serve as the board’s executive director.

           

Three special advisors to the board were also announced:

 

Cathleen Hahn, B.B.A. Finance '85

Certified Public Accountant, Cathleen S. Hahn CMA CPA LLC

 

Gloria O’Neill, B.A. Sociology '96

President & CEO, Cook Inlet Tribal Council

University of Alaska Board of Regents

 

Dave Rand, M.B.A. '00

            CEO, ATS Alaska

 

Learn more about alumni relations at UAA by visiting www.uaa.alaska.edu/alumni


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