In June 2019, the Alumni Council was notified that there will be three vacant alumni-nominated seats on the Dartmouth College Board of Trustees in 2020. The Association of Alumni invited all Dartmouth alumni to propose fellow alumni to fill these vacancies.
Following an extensive review process, the Council has nominated three candidates for alumni-nominated trustee in accordance with the Association of Alumni constitution.
Susan M. Finegan ’85 P’22
Sue is a litigation partner at Mintz. As the firm’s Pro Bono Partner, she serves as lead counsel on numerous high-profile pro bono matters and chairs the Pro Bono Committee. She has extensive nonprofit board and commission experience in the Massachusetts legal community, including appointments as Co-chair of the Massachusetts Access to Justice Commission and as Chair of the Massachusetts Judicial Conduct Commission. Sue majored in government at Dartmouth and holds a JD from Boston College Law School.
A recipient of both the Dartmouth Alumni and Young Alumni Awards, she has considerable volunteer service to Dartmouth, serving as class president, club president, alumni councilor, Rockefeller Center Board member, and Moving Dartmouth Forward committee member.
Sue lives in Newton, Massachusetts with her family.
Odette A. Harris ’91
Odette is a professor of neurosurgery at Stanford University School of Medicine; vice chair of diversity and director of Brain Injury; deputy chief of staff, rehabilitation at the VA Palo Alto; and principal investigator of the Defense Veterans and Brain Injury Center. She manages the care of patients suffering from traumatic brain injury by implementing treatment algorithms aimed at improving outcomes.
Odette majored in biology at Dartmouth and received her MD from Stanford. She earned a Master of Public Health, epidemiology from UC Berkeley. Odette was appointed a fellow of the Aspen Global Leadership Network in 2018.
Since Dartmouth, she has served as an admissions ambassador, alumni councilor, and mentor to undergraduates and alumni pursuing STEM careers. She also serves on several nonprofit and scientific boards.
Odette lives in Silicon Valley with her husband and two daughters.
Gregg R. Lemkau ’91
Gregg is co-head of the Investment Banking Division at Goldman Sachs and serves on the firm’s Management Committee. He joined Goldman Sachs in 1992 and has advised clients on hundreds of transactions during his career while working in offices across the United States and Europe.
Gregg has served as chairman of the Board of Directors for Grassroot Soccer, a nonprofit using the power of soccer to fight against HIV and AIDS in Africa. He also serves on the Board of Advisors for Team Rubicon, whose mission is to unite military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams. He is a trustee of St. Luke’s School in New Canaan, Connecticut.
Gregg majored in government and economics at Dartmouth. He serves as chairman of the Dartmouth Athletics Advisory Board and is chairman of Friends of Dartmouth Soccer.
Gregg and his wife Kate live with their four children in Bedford, New York.
If the election is contested, the Association of Alumni will administer an election with balloting conducted via email unless a paper ballot is requested by calling 603-646-3929 or sending a written request to:
Dartmouth Association of Alumni
6068 Blunt Alumni Center
Hanover, NH 03755-3590
Requests for paper ballots and petition trustee candidate nominations will be accepted through December 20, 2019.
For additional information please call 603-646-3929.