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Overseers: Four New Overseers

Thayer School’s Board of Overseers recently welcomed four new members. The 26-member board guides the planning of programs and approves the annual budget. Here’s an overview of the new Overseers.

Clinton P. Harris ’69, Th’70, P’04 is a managing partner with Grove Street Advisors, a private equity advisory firm. As a management consultant and partner with Bain & Company, he helped establish Bain’s Japanese practice and opened the company’s first office in Germany.

Christopher K. Hu ’69, Th’70 is a partner at Morgan & Finnegan LLP, a New York City law firm specializing in intellectual property issues. Named a Sylvanus Thayer Fellow in May 2001, Hu has been active on Thayer School’s Annual Fund Executive Committee for 10 years.

Thomas J. O’Neill ’73, Th’74, P’05 is director, president, and CEO of Parsons Brinckerhoff construction services. He is a former member of Thayer School’s Corporate Advisory Board.

Robert Copeland Fleming Jr. ’78 is general partner and co-founder of Prism Venture Partners. A venture capitalist for more than 18 years, his technology focus includes business infrastructure software and systems, wireless communications, and telecommunications.

Categories: The Great Hall, Overseers

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