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UW-Bothell Alumni Council elects new leadership team

The Alumni Council at the University of Washington, Bothell recently held elections to select its leadership for the upcoming 2011-2012 academic year.

Mary Howisey, UW-Bothell graduate from the class of 2002, will serve as chair. Curtis Takahashi, UW-Bothell class of 2004, will serve as chair-elect. The terms began July 1 and run through June 30, 2012.

The Alumni Council represents UW-Bothell's 10,000 graduates, and partners with the University of Washington Alumni Association (UWAA) to provide an array of services, events, and opportunities enabling alumni to maintain a connection to the UW family.

Sue Ambler, (’97), was named to serve as UW Bothell’s representative on UWAA's Board of Trustees.

UW Bothell Alumni Council 2011-2012:

• Chair: Mary Howisey (‘02)

• Chair-Elect: Curtis Takahashi (‘04)

• Secretary: Michelle Gamboa ('05)

• Past Chair: Joe Santos (‘97)

• Awards and Recognition Chair: Holly Winters (‘11)

• Legacy and Spirit Chair: Emily Anderson (‘09)

• Membership & Marketing Chair: Jeffrey Siegel (‘08)

• Business Representative: Annette Floyd (‘10)

• IAS Representative: Leiann DeVelder (‘99)

• Graduate Business Representative: Michelle Huynh (‘10)

• Graduate Policy Studies Representative: Brandon Mayfield (‘10)

• At-Large Advisory Board Members: Matthew Radcliff ‘11), Sarah Amos Bond (‘98), Mike Collins (‘94), Sandra Brewer (‘00), Jeremy Reichelt (‘04), J.R. Rothschild (‘10), Chris Wille (‘04)

• Student Representative: Fredric Hensen

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