La Jolla Historical Society elects new board members

The La Jolla Historical Society’s board of directors installed its newest members during the recent members meeting. Elected for a three-year term are:

— Jennifer Harter: Current chair of the Education Committee and co-chair of the Student Photo Contest; branch manager of City National Bank;

— Nettie Keck: Current member of the Education Committee; M.A. in elementary education from Columbia University; taught second and third grade; co-chair of annual giving at Gillispie School where she chaired the annual gala in 2009;

— Siavash Khajezadeh: Architect with Design Lead, building projects in La Jolla, San Diego, Los Angeles, Arizona;

— Lydia McNeil: Graphic designer, with fundraising experience in Las Patronas, National Charity League, The Gillispie School. McNeil is a member of the Society’s new Education Committee;

— Paul Sanchez: Human resource executive with extensive experience in strategic planning and communications in La Jolla, London and New York; on the foundation board of Scripps Mercy; M.S. in organizational behavior, Boston University

They will join recently installed board members Suzi Bustamante and David Goldberg. Leslie Davis was re-elected to another three-year term, and Judy Haxo is returning after a two-year absence.

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  3. Few hackles raised over new plan for UCSD University House
  4. Workshop fills La Jollans in on historic home designation
  5. Architects to headline La Jolla lecture series

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