Old Globe strengthens its board of directors

At the Old Globe’s annual meeting on Jan. 30, Board Chair Harold W. Fuson Jr. announced the current members of the Board of Directors Executive Committee will continue their terms in 2012. The committee consists of Fuson (Chair), Donald L. Cohn (Immediate Past Chair), Anthony S. Thornley (Vice Chair, Finance), Elaine Bennett Darwin (Vice Chair, Nominating), Harvey P. White (Secretary), Peter J. Cooper, Kathryn Hattox and Conrad Prebys. Joining the Executive Committee are Mary Beth Adderley and Paula Powers.

Fuson also announced that the following candidates, identified by the Globe’s Nominating Committee, were formally elected to serve three-year terms on the Board: Nicole ClaySilvija DevineKaren FoxRamin Pourteymour, Paula PowersJim WeningLynne Wheeler and Karin Winner.

Current Board members Elizabeth AltmanPamela CesakValerie S. Cooper, Sandra RedmanDaniel L. Sullivan, Ph.D.Julie H. Sullivan, Ph.D.Evelyn Mack Truitt and Debra Turner will be begin new consecutive three-year terms in 2012.

The following Board members, whose terms of service concluded at the end of 2011, were honored for their outstanding commitment to The Old Globe: Dr. Marsha ChandlerNanci HullSusan Major and Mitzi Yates-Lizarraga.

The Old Globe’s Board of Directors also includes: Joseph BenoitPamela A. FarrVictor P. GálvezJean-Marie Hamel, Ph.D.Elizabeth HelmingViviana IbañezDeni Jacobs,Daphne JamesonJo Ann KiltyDavid ReaganSandra RedmanReneé SchatzJean ShekhterAnn SteckDean ThorpStacey LeVasseur VasquezCrystal WatkinsJune YoderCarolyn Yorston-Wellcome and Vicki Zeiger.

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