Alumni Association Taps New Talent

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Last summer brought new leadership to the Vanderbilt Alumni Association Board of Directors as Patti Early White, BA’76, of London and Perry Brandt, BA’74, JD’77, of Kansas City, Missouri, began two-year terms as president and president-elect, respectively.

“Patti and Perry will be a terrific leadership team as we chart a new course for the Alumni Association,” says Graham Stewart, associate vice chancellor for alumni relations.

The board also welcomes eight new members whose involvement includes chapter leadership, volunteering with Commodore Recruitment Programs (CoRPs), and serving as alumni career advisers. Ryan Grant, BS’01, is vice president and managing director with Parker Executive Search in Atlanta. Eileen Campbell Hart, BA’10, MSN’12, is a nurse practitioner for The Little Clinic in Nashville. Larkin Martin, BA’85, is a managing partner with the Martin Farm in Courtland, Alabama. Kate Morgan, BS’06, is an analyst consultant with Accenture in New York City.

Alex Quintana, BA’05, MSF’06, is a product manager for in New York City. Tim Warnock, BA’84, is an attorney at Bowen Riley Warnock & Jacobson law firm in Nashville. Valerie Williams, BE’95, is director of the Center of Excellence for Learning Sciences at Tennessee State University in Nashville. And Justin Wood, BA’03, JD’06, is an associate with Troutman Sanders law firm in Raleigh, North Carolina.

The Vanderbilt Alumni Association works to engage alumni in the life of the university and its students, and to encourage lifelong connections and support of the university’s goals.