Committee Members

Dartmouth at nightThe Dartmouth College Fund Committee (DCFC) serves as an advisory board to the Dartmouth College Fund development staff on strategic fund-raising matters and provides alumni leadership to support the College’s highest priorities in annual unrestricted giving.

Although the committee’s name has changed during the past century, its fundamental purpose hasn’t: the DCFC helps foster a culture of giving to the College as a powerful means to invest in the future of Dartmouth students. In addition to advising staff, committee members serve as ambassadors to the alumni community and are among the College’s most devoted volunteers and donors.

DCFC members have an intense and abiding commitment and loyalty to Dartmouth, evidenced by many years of active and effective volunteerism and consistent financial support. They bring to the committee diverse backgrounds, life experiences, and leadership records in business, government, education, professional fields, and non-profit work. Potential candidates for the DCFC are reviewed by Dartmouth College Fund staff and the committee, and are invited to join by the executive director of the fund and the chair of the DCFC; members typically serve one three-year term.

  • Catherine Craighead Briggs ’88

    Chair, Dartmouth College Fund Committee
    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2013
    AB Dartmouth College
    MBA Northwestern University
    Over the past dozen years since taking a hiatus from work to stay home with her fraternal twin sons, Catherine has been a "serial volunteer." She has served in variety of leadership capacities in her community, her sons' schools, her high school, and Dartmouth.   Most recently, she served as a co-head agent for her 25th reunion. She and three co-chairs celebrated the Class of 1988’s silver anniversary reunion by leading a team of sixty-seven Dartmouth College Fund agents to a record-breaking year.  The class won six Dartmouth College Fund awards, and broke the all-time Ivy League award for a 25th reunion for participation, raising $5.1 million with 79.1 percent of classmates contributing. The class also ranked #1 among all Dartmouth classes in 1769 Society donors as well as in Support-A-Scholar donors. In 2014, Catherine was inducted into The Stephen F. Mandel ’52 Society for her visionary leadership in raising Dartmouth College Fund gifts. After graduating from Dartmouth with an AB in art history, Catherine received an MBA in marketing, finance, and economics from Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School of Business. Catherine worked in marketing for Gatorade, Mott's, and Guinness.   She lives in northern California with her husband, Gary, and two sons. She is now serving as president of her Dartmouth class as well as the chair of the Dartmouth College Fund Committee.
  • Richard L. Cloobeck ’88

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2016
    AB Dartmouth College
    JD Harvard Law School
    Richard Cloobeck cofounded Diamond Resorts International, a global hospitality and vacation ownership company with more than 350 vacation destinations in 34 countries. During his tenure with Diamond as an owner and executive officer, Richard played a variety of roles, directly involved in acquisitions, deal structure, operations, and legal management. Richard has served as a co-head agent for the Class of 1988 for several years, helping set new records each year, including year-out dollar and participation records, and receiving the Raymond J. Rasenberger 1949 Award for achieving the highest number of donors in a non-reunion class. Richard served as class agent and Lone Pine chair, under the tutelage of classmate Catherine Craighead Briggs, when the Class of 1988 broke the all-time Ivy League participation record for a 25th reunion, with 79 percent of classmates contributing. Richard graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with an AB in Asian studies, focusing on Chinese and Japanese languages. He was a member of Tabard and the varsity gymnastics team—where he earned the nickname “Stretch.” Richard splits his time between Las Vegas and Greenwich, CT, where he co-parents his two boys, Ryan and David. An avid yoga practitioner, Richard also founded Hand In Paw, a charity dedicated to providing compassionate care to animals in need.
  • Adam C. Demark ’00

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2017
    AB Dartmouth College
    Adam Demark is a private investor in public and private companies. Most recently he was a Partner and Head of Research at the hedge fund Mason Capital Management. Previously he worked at MAK Capital, Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley. Adam graduated from Dartmouth in 2000 with an AB in Government. While at Dartmouth, Adam was a 4 year letter winner on the lacrosse team as well as a member of Theta Delta Chi. Adam has been the co-head agent for the class of 2000 as well as co-chair of the leadership gift committee for the record-breaking 10th year reunion and the 15th year reunion, when the class beat the Ivy record and doubled the Dartmouth record. A native of Darien, CT, Adam lives in New York City with his wife, daughter and dog.
  • Bridget Fawcett ’89

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2016
    AB Dartmouth College
    Bridget Fawcett is a Managing Director and Global Head of Strategy for Citi’s Corporate and Investment Banking division, where she is responsible for strategy and business development initiatives. She is a member of both the Executive and Diversity Committees. Previously, Bridget was the Chief Financial Officer for Corporate and Investment Banking. Bridget began her career at Citi as an investment banker in its Real Estate Group. Bridget graduated from Dartmouth in 1989 and received an AB in Russian Language. While at Dartmouth, Bridget was involved in many organizations, and served as a William Jewett Tucker Foundation intern and also president of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She has long been active as a DCF volunteer and has been instrumental in leadership giving efforts for her class. Bridget was co-chair of leadership giving for her 20th reunion and active on the leadership committee for her 25th reunion, setting Dartmouth reunion giving records for both the 20th and 25th reunions. Bridget currently co-chairs the Advancement Committee for Dartmouth’s Centennial Circle, and is also on the steering committee for Women of Dartmouth. Bridget serves on the Board of Trustees of St. Paul’s School. She is a Trustee of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (Mass MoCA) and a Trustee Emeritus of the Berkshire Theatre Group. Bridget lives in New York City with her husband, Donald, and their two children, Elisabeth ’20 and Rudd.  
  • Peter E. Gibson ’86

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2016
    AB Dartmouth College
    Peter Gibson is the founder and owner of Princeton Online, a hyper-local community web presence in Princeton, NJ. Princeton Online hosts and designs websites and mobile applications and has advertising-supported content portals in Princeton and Newtown Yardley, PA. Peter graduated from Dartmouth in 1986 with an AB in economics. While at Dartmouth, Peter enjoyed a term abroad with LSA Germany and chaired Winter Sports, a division of the Dartmouth Outing Club. He was also active in Alpha Chi Alpha and was a member of Dartmouth’s national championship runners-up rugby team in 1986. Peter has been a fundraiser for Dartmouth since graduating. He served on the Giving Committee for his fifth reunion and was co-head agent for his 10th and 15th reunions. He was a leadership agent from 2002 to 2009, leadership chair in 2010, and giving co-chair for his class’s 25th reunion. He was a leadership agent from 2012 to 2014 and is co-head agent for his 30th reunion. In addition, Peter has served on several local nonprofit boards, and he recently co-chaired the $8.5 million capital campaign for the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association’s LEED Platinum environmental center.
  • Todd A. Gomez ’86

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2017
    AB Dartmouth College
    MBA Northwestern University
    Todd Gomez is a Market Executive for Community Development Banking at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. He is responsible for managing a $2.0B loan portfolio and leading a team focused on providing a broad range of debt and equity financing solutions to developers of affordable multifamily housing in the Northeast and Midwest. Todd’s 25-year career in affordable housing finance includes roles Credit Suisse, Donaldson Lufkin Jenrette, Nuveen Investments and a three-year term as the CFO of the Chicago Housing Authority. Todd received an AB in Economics from Dartmouth and an MBA in Finance and Real Estate from the JL Kellogg Graduate School of Business at Northwestern University. At Dartmouth, Todd served as Treasurer of the Afro-American Society, was selected as an Undergraduate Advisor, and was a founding member of the Mu Chi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Todd has served as a Class Agent since 2006 and as a member of his 25th and 30th reunion giving committees. He was recently elected to serve as the Treasurer of the Class of 1986. Todd serves on the board of Enterprise Community Partners NY (Co-Chair), EL Education, the South Mountain YMCA, and the Community Preservation Corporation. He resides in South Orange, NJ with his wife, Jan, and their daughter, Anna.
  • Mabelle D. Hueston ’86 P’14

    AB Dartmouth College
    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2017
    Mabelle (Mae) has stayed actively involved with Dartmouth since graduation, serving on the Tucker Foundation Board of Visitors for 10 years, and on Alumni Council as a Rep At-Large, while supporting C&G, Women’s Basketball, Hockey, Native Americans at Dartmouth, Native American Alumni Association, and the Native American Program. She is currently the Class of 1986 Secretary, as well a member of the ’86 Compassio Committee. Mabelle was the first Native woman to receive the Young Alumni Award in 2000, as well as the Dartmouth Club President of the Year, and her club won the Mid-size Alumni Club of the Year Award in 2010. Prior to taking time off to raise her youngest two children, Mae worked at California State Long Beach as a Student Life and Development Coordinator, and advisor to native students; taught Navajo Language classes with the Southern California Indian Center and Torres Manual TANI; counseled high academic achievers as they applied as first generation college students at Wallace Community College-Selma; and was a first grade teacher in her community school in Navajo Mountain, Utah. Mae lives in Corona del Mar, California with her husband, John Hueston ’86, and their four children: Tara (Princeton ’09, Tufts DVM’14); Ryan ’14, (California College of the Arts MFA’17); Kinsale; and Shea.
  • David T. Imamura ’10

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2017
    AB Dartmouth College
    JD Columbia Law school
    David Imamura is an attorney at Debevoise & Plimpton's New York office. His practice focuses on regulatory investigations and civil litigation. At Dartmouth David was a Government major and was a double minor in history and public policy. He was President of the Dartmouth College Democrats, Vice-President of the Inter-Fraternity Council, and the Andrew J. Scarlett chair of his fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. After graduating, David worked as a Regional Field Director for Annie Kuster '78's first run for Congress. David has been involved with the College Fund since he was a Senior Class Gift volunteer and helped his class break the all time participation and dollars raised records for a five year reunion. He has been a head agent for his class since 2015 and served as the Alumni Council Representative for the Dartmouth Asian Pacific American Alumni Association from 2012 to 2015. He served as Chair of the Irvington Democratic Committee from 2013 to 2015, was a member of the National Steering Committee of For45, the Young Professionals arm of Hillary Clinton's Presidential Campaign, and served on the campaign's New York Finance Committee. David graduated from Columbia Law School in 2015. David and his wife Kate Farley '10 live in New York City.
  • Marene Jennings ’98

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2014
    AB Dartmouth College
    MBA Northwestern University
    Marene Jennings is a vice president in Goldman Sachs Asset Management and has been in the asset management industry for almost 15 years. Prior to Goldman Sachs, Marene worked in corporate strategy and business development at Fidelity Investments and as a management consultant at The Boston Consulting Group. At Dartmouth, Marene double majored in economics and Latin American and Caribbean Studies. She majored in finance, accounting, and marketing at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, where she was a Goldman Sachs MBA Fellow. Marene is currently in her second term as co-head agent of her class, after having previously served on her class’s executive committee immediately after graduation. In 2010, Marene was awarded the Dartmouth College Fund’s John R. Mason ’15 Award for Outstanding Class Leadership. Marene has also served as an active participant in the Black Alumni of Dartmouth Association (BADA) and on the 10th reunion committee for her Kellogg class. She is the current treasurer of Community of Unity, a Manhattan-based nonprofit. While at Dartmouth, Marene was president of the Afro-American Society, co-chair of the ESL Tutoring Project, undergraduate representative on the Alumni Council, and a member of senior societies Cobra and Palaeopitus. A native New Yorker, Marene lives in New York City.
  • Caryn R. Karo ’04

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2014
    AB Dartmouth College
    MEd UCLA
    Caryn Karo is a Senior Associate Director of Major Gifts at the University of Pennsylvania’s New York Regional Office. She has been a development professional for more than 8 years, with previous fundraising experience at Tufts University and Combined Jewish Philanthropies. At Dartmouth, Caryn majored in English and minored in Education, graduating cum laude. She then went on to earn a Master of Education degree from UCLA, studying Counseling in Student Affairs. Caryn currently serves as Head Agent for the Class of 2004, having recently been a Giving Co-Chair for the 10th Reunion. Previously, she was a member of the Dartmouth College Fund Young Alumni Advisory Board. She also recently completed a 5-year term as Vice President of the Class of 2004, and participates in admissions interviewing. She lives in New York City.
  • Ammar Khalid ’01

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2014
    AB Dartmouth College
    MS Carnegie Mellon University
    Ammar is a director within the technology division at Wells Fargo Securities, where he works on real time risk management and trading systems for Wells Fargo’s equity derivatives businesses. Prior to Wells Fargo, Ammar worked at Banc of America Securities on developing equity algorithmic trading engines, and at Morgan Stanley on pre-trade analytics applications. Ammar graduated Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude with high honors in computer science from Dartmouth, and holds a master’s of science in Computational Finance from Carnegie Mellon University. He has been a class agent for the Class of 2001, and currently serves as head agent for his class after his 10th reunion and on the Class Officers Executive Committee, where he liaises with Alumni Relations and other Class Officers Association heads.
  • Joseph McGee ’85

    Member of the Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2016
    AB Dartmouth College
    Joseph McGee is managing director and CEO of Roxbury Partners, a management consultancy providing marketing, sales, service, operational, and customer experience strategies for global brands. For 30 years, he has served a number of senior leadership roles across advertising, marketing, and management consultancies, including Ogilvy, McCann Worldgroup, and KPMG Consulting/BearingPoint. He was named a Malcolm Baldrige Quality Award examiner for 2015-2016. Joseph has been active across Dartmouth admissions, academics, athletics, and development. He is serving his second term as co-head agent for his class. He has been an active alumni interviewer for more than 20 years and is currently a guest speaker in the Tuck School’s Alan Smith D’52 T’53 Visiting Executive Program and marketing courses taught at the College. Joseph has also been working with the Athletic Director’s Office in connection with the Dartmouth Peak Performance program, helping prepare student-athletes for career exploration and corporate recruiting.  At Dartmouth, Joseph majored in government and was active in both athletics and student government. He played hockey, ran track and field, and was a ski instructor. He participated in LSA Lyon and was a member of Kappa Sigma, class vice president, and president of the Student Social Committee. A native of Boston, Joseph lives in Scarsdale, NY, with his wife Carey and their three children.      
  • Stephen McKenna ’91

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2016
    AB Dartmouth College
    MBA University of Chicago
    Stephen McKenna is a co-founder and managing partner of Consonance Capital Partners, a private equity firm focused exclusively on the U.S. health care industry. Prior to establishing Consonance Capital, he was a partner at JPMorgan Partners, the private equity arm of JPMorgan, where he focused on growth equity and buyout investments. Before that, Stephen worked in investment banking at Morgan Stanley and the Mergers and Acquisitions Group of JPMorgan. A philosophy major at Dartmouth, Stephen has been an active volunteer for the College. He has served as an alumni interviewer, reunion giving co-chair, and head agent for the Class of 1991. Stephen lives in New York City with his wife, Amie ’94, and their two children.
  • Alane Bertsche McNulty ’86

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2013
    AB Dartmouth College
    MBA Harvard Business School
    Lanie McNulty is a fine artist with a unique background in business and education and a passion for educating and mentoring children from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. As an artist, Lanie is best known as a documentary photographer. Her work includes From the Ashes of Rwanda, which documents life in Rwanda in the aftermath of the 1994 genocide, and the award-winning series Lifted Up in New York City, which portrays worship throughout the diverse communities of New York City. In her more recent work, Lanie has developed a process called photo improv to create staged, narrative images of American family life. In 2009, Lanie was awarded the Bronx Borough President’s Citation for Outstanding Contribution by an Artist. Lanie is committed to using her art for community outreach and to support educational causes, including a collaboration with Citigroup to launch the capital campaign for a new vocational and academic high school in Kayonza, Rwanda. When not behind her camera, Lanie has held leadership roles in marketing and business development for The New York Times Company, Time Warner, Inc., and Bertelsmann USA, and as a producer and creative director of educational software games at Music Pen, Inc. Lanie is also actively involved in several programs in education. As a member of the board of visitors of the Rockefeller Center for Public Policy at Dartmouth College, she was the catalyst for a leadership program for undergraduates and another program to recruit and develop junior faculty in public policy. Lanie is a member of the board of directors of Writopia Lab, a not-for-profit organization that runs creative writing workshops for children in New York; Los Angeles; Washington, DC; and Chicago. She also was selected to serve on the public purpose task force of the Ethical Culture Fieldston School, an independent school in New York City; and continues to serve on the council of advisors at the Association to Benefit Children, an early childhood program serving children and families in East Harlem, and on the book committee of the International Center of Photography. Lanie holds an AB from Dartmouth College, magna cum laude with high honors in government, and is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society. She holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and an MS in education from Bank Street College of Education. Lanie lives in New York City with her husband, Paul, and their three teenagers.
  • Brett Scoll Perryman ’92

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2014
    AB Dartmouth College
    JD/MPP Duke University
    Brett works in communications and investor relations at Old Mutual Asset Management in Boston. She previously served in a similar role as Vice President, Corporate Communications, at Affiliated Managers Group in Beverly, Massachusetts. Brett holds an A.B. degree in government from Dartmouth and a J.D./M.P.P. from Duke University, where she served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Duke Law Journal. Brett has served as a co-head agent for the Class of 1992 since her senior year at the College, and before that served as an Alumni Fund Green Corps volunteer. She is also an active alumni interviewer for Dartmouth applicants in her region. In addition to her work for Dartmouth, Brett serves in a variety of leadership positions at the Brookwood School and volunteers with several local nonprofit organizations. Brett lives and most enjoys spending time with her daughters, Ellis and Grace, ages nine and eleven, in Hamilton, Massachusetts.
  • Peter S. Pratt ’71

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2014
    AB Dartmouth College
    MBA Stanford University
    Peter Pratt is the CEO and founder of Rockville, Maryland–based Bioscience International, Inc., which he has led for 20 years. Bioscience International is the world’s leading supplier of viable air monitoring equipment, which is used in diverse applications ranging from the Space Station to Pfizer’s worldwide operations. Previously Peter was the president of Spiral Biotech, Inc., a manufacturer and supplier of microbiology test equipment; and a plant and group manager for Boise Cascade. Early in his career, local Dartmouth Clubs served as Peter’s “North Star,” as he moved from San Francisco to Los Angeles to Denver to New Hampshire to Washington, DC. Peter currently serves as president of the Class Officers Association and of the Class of 1971. He has served as president of the Dartmouth Club of Washington, DC, (DCOW) and on the club officers executive committee. He served two terms on the Alumni Council and on the Dartmouth Alumni Magazine editorial advisory committee. Peter remains active with DCOW as scholarship chair, and is particularly proud that the club was recently able to present its fourth endowed Dartmouth scholarship—one for each current undergraduate class—to President Hanlon during his first official visit to Washington. Peter and his wife, Marsha, live in Bethesda, where they have often hosted the traditional “Summer Send-off and Barbecue” for new Dartmouth classes and board members. Peter’s younger son Justin, Dartmouth 2006, recently received his MBA from Oxford and returned to DC; oldest son Gavin lives near Stanford with his wife, Joanna. Peter has completed six DC Marine Corps marathons. When not training or focusing on Dartmouth priorities, he and Marsha spend their spare time on local and national philanthropic activities.
  • Amanda Prentice ’06

    Member of the Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2016
    AB Dartmouth College
    JD UCLA School of Law
    Amanda Prentice is an attorney at Dorsey & Whitney LLP’s New York office. She practices commercial and intellectual property litigation in a range of industries, including banking, insurance, telecommunications, and chemical/manufacturing.   A history major at Dartmouth, Amanda was a two-year varsity athlete on the field hockey team. She was philanthropy chairwoman of her sorority, Delta Delta Delta, and an international mentor for two years. Amanda taught art at a local elementary school, worked as a ski instructor and in the Alumni Relations Office, and participated in Dartmouth’s LSA Lyon program—and after graduation returned to France to teach English for a year.   Amanda has volunteered for the DCF since helping organize the 2006 Senior Class Gift. She has been head agent for her class since 2012, a member of YAAB since 2013, and a YAAB co-chair since 2015. Amanda has helped the Class of 2006 break both participation and dollars-raised records for three straight years.   Amanda is active in pro bono matters at Dorsey & Whitney, including helping victims of domestic abuse and asylum seekers. She has raised funds for multiple sclerosis and cancer research and Team for Kids, a New York Road Runners’ program that provides health and fitness activities for inner-city youth.  
  • Kurt D. Rieke ’93 T’99

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2017
    AB Dartmouth College
    MBA Tuck School of Business
    Kurt is a Managing Director at Hall Capital Partners LLC and Director of Portfolio Management. He also serves on the firm's Executive and Investment Review Committees. Prior to Hall Capital, Kurt worked at Quick & Reilly, Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., and Goldman Sachs & Co. He received his AB in History and his MBA from the Tuck School of Business. While at Dartmouth, Kurt was President of Psi Upsilon, active with Big Brothers Big Sisters, and a member of the Dartmouth Ski Patrol. Since graduation, he has volunteered in a variety of capacities for Dartmouth including most recently as Co-Chair for his 20th and 25th Reunion Giving Committees. He is a former Board Member and Treasurer of 10,000 Degrees, a college success non-profit based in Northern California. Kurt and his wife, Elizabeth T’00, live in Mill Valley, CA with their three children.
  • Tamara Sloan ’93

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2014
    AB Dartmouth College
    MBA Columbia Business School
    After graduating from Dartmouth, Tammy began her career at Smith Barney in the investment banking division. From there, she focused on business development and strategy at Citigroup, Inc., until she decided to “retire” and stay home with her children. She currently concentrates her efforts on volunteer work and entrepreneurial business interests. Tammy has been an active volunteer for Dartmouth since graduation. She has served as an alumni interviewer, class agent, reunion giving co-chair, and co-head agent for the class of 1993. She is currently gearing up for her fast-approaching 25th. In addition to her work for Dartmouth, she serves in a variety of leadership positions for her children’s schools and as a grade chair for The Dalton School Annual Fund. She was a former head of the parents’ association at the 92nd Street Y Nursery School, and a past director for Legal Information for Families Today (LIFT). Tammy received an AB in French and government from Dartmouth in 1993 and an MBA from Columbia Business School in 1999. Tammy lives in New York City with her husband and three children.
  • Lou Spelios ’95

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2016
    AB Dartmouth College
    JD Vanderbilt University
    Lou Spelios is a transactional attorney with Bryan Cave LLP, and has a global mergers and acquisitions practice. Lou has practiced with Bryan Cave (and its predecessor firm, Powell Goldstein LLP) since his graduation from law school, starting as an associate in 1998, later promoted to non-equity partner in 2006 and equity partner in 2016.   Lou graduated magna cum laude with a major in government. While at Dartmouth, he participated in the Government FSP in Washington, DC, was a talk panelist on WDCR/WFRD, served as a liaison to his local alumni club, and was an active amateur meteorologist.   Lou has held many volunteer positions for Dartmouth since graduating, including president of the Alumni Council, president of the Class Officers’ Association, president of the Class Presidents’ Association, president of the Class of 1995, chair of his Class 15th Reunion Committee, president of the Dartmouth Club of Georgia, and district enrollment director for Georgia. Lou is currently the head agent for the Class of 1995 and chair of his State Bar Section on Business Law.   Lou is originally from Longmeadow, MA, and, after having spent several years in Atlanta, he currently lives in Boston.
  • Moira Sullivan ’07

    Member of the Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2016
    AB Dartmouth College
    MSc Finance, Trinity College Dublin
      Moira Sullivan directs the Anchorage Economic Development Corporation’s “Live. Work. Play.” program, an economic and community development initiative that aims to make Anchorage the most attractive city to live, work, or play in by 2025. Moira previously served as a policy adviser at the U.S. Department of Treasury in Washington and as a strategy consultant for Fortune 500 companies at Oliver Wyman Management Consulting.   A history major, Moira has served as a volunteer and events coordinator with the Dartmouth Club of DC and is currently on the board of the Dartmouth Alumni Club of Alaska. As co-head agent of her class since 2012, she has helped the ’07s establish two consecutive fundraising and participation records.    A lifelong Alaskan, she is an active volunteer with Welcoming Anchorage, a program to help integrate rural Alaska natives and international immigrants into the Anchorage economy, Covenant House Alaska, serving homeless youth in crisis, and the NAACP. 
  • Demetra Navab Taleghani ’94

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2014
    AB Dartmouth College
    Demetra Navab Taleghani studied English literature at Dartmouth. After graduation, she became a financial journalist with SmartMoney magazine in New York. After a stint as publisher of the Capital Markets Group for Institutional Investor Newsletters, she rejoined SmartMoney, moving to London to open the European office for SmartMoney.com as the director of business development. She moved to Boston to raise her family, and continues to work as a freelance writer. Deme has served in a variety of charitable roles in Boston and is particularly involved with education and the arts. She is active at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, where she serves on the board of governors, sits on the enrollment and strategy and the student affairs committees, and formerly chaired the Medici Society. Passionate about Dartmouth, Deme has served as her class’s reunion chair for both her 10th and 15th reunions as well as being a class agent. In addition, Deme served on the Class Leadership Transition Task Force. Deme is currently president of her class and will co-chair giving for her 20th reunion. Deme lives in downtown Boston with her husband, Reza, and her two young children, Nicoletta, who is eleven years old, and Dino, who is nine.
  • Justin Zalkin ’07

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2016
    AB Dartmouth College
    MBA University of Chicago Booth School of Business
    Justin Zalkin consults with growing technology businesses on finance and operations. Previously he worked at Apple, owning the Master Production Schedule model for the flagship iPhone, and helped launch a private investing firm. He started his career in Oliver Wyman Group’s financial services practice. While at Dartmouth, Justin was a Government major. Outside of class he worked with the Rockefeller Center for Public Policy, co-leading PoliTalk and First Year Forum; Dartmouth Hillel, serving as Vice President, and head of Israeli Affairs; the Theater Department, sound designing or working backstage on over a dozen productions; and Sigma Nu, where he was a co-Social Chair; he also led 2 DOC trips. As a co-head agent of the ’07 class, he has helped set two consecutive fundraising and participation records. He currently lives in San Francisco with his fiancé, also ’07, and volunteer consults with the Full Circle Fund.