Alumni Board Elects Members
October 01, 2007
In May, the Board of Alumni of the College of Arts and Sciences elected a new president and welcomed several new members from across the nation. The board’s primary charge is to strengthen ties between and among alumni and the College. Members may serve two three-year terms.
Alan Humphrey B.A. ‘81, Seattle. After working for nearly 20 years in the software industry, Humphrey is now semiretired and works as a part-time consultant to nonprofit organizations. In 2000, he established the Richard and Miriam Rohrbaugh Scholarship at Lewis & Clark to encourage overseas study.
Frank Dillow B.S. ‘68, J.D. ‘77, Arlington, Virginia. Now retired, Dillow is former vice president of federal government relations at Verizon.
Brian Gurski B.A. ‘99, Jackson Heights, New York. He is assistant director of the Office of Economic Development at La Guardia Community College/CUNY.
Melvia Choy Kawashima B.A. ‘65, Honolulu. She is the federal grants manager for Honolulu’s Department of Emergency Management for Homeland Security funds.
Meredith Price B.A. ‘07, Portland. She is marketing and fund-raising coordinator at Oregon Health Care Foundation..
Lynn Roumagoux B.S. ‘59, M.A.T. ‘69, Mesa, Arizona. He is a retiree.