Alumni Association Board Adds Eight Members


The Vanderbilt University Alumni Association Board of Directors announces eight new members, who began their three-year terms July 1.

“I am excited to have each of these leaders join the board,” says Patti White, BA’76, president of the Alumni Association. “They represent the diverse Vanderbilt alumni community and are leaders for vital programs such as Reunion and the Vanderbilt chapters, as well as our important CoRPs, student–alumni program and career adviser volunteers. They truly are the model of alumni engagement.”

Joining the board are Tamara C. Baynham, BE’93, a medical device consultant for Ingenuity Medical Device Research in Bowie, Maryland; Jane Ann Gass, BS’74, who served as the 2014 Reunion general co-chair and lives in Palm Coast, Florida; Brandon Miller, BE’06, an analyst with Accuitive Medical Ventures in Atlanta; Kathryn Moreadith Pothier, BMus’09, a business development and investor relations director at Black Maple Capital in Milwaukee; Alex Ryerson, BS’00, a partner with Luxor Capital Group LP in New York City; Kyle Southern, BA’07, MPP’09, a doctoral candidate in higher education administration at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor; and Tim Warnock, BA’84, an attorney at Bowen Riley Warnock & Jacobson in Nashville.

Additionally, the Vanderbilt Board of Trust has selected Aditya V. Karhade, BE’15, to serve a three-Aditya-Karhadeyear term on the Alumni Association Board as its first Young Alumni Leader. He then will join the Board of Trust for a two-year term in 2018. With a double major in biomedical engineering and neuroscience, Karhade led the Multicultural Leadership Council and co-chaired Alternative Spring Break as an undergraduate, and was named an American Humanity in Action fellow. He will attend Harvard Medical School in the fall.

The Vanderbilt Alumni Association works to engage alumni in the life of the university, to encourage lifelong connections among alumni, and to support the university’s goals. Visit the Vanderbilt Alumni Association to learn more.