Who’s Who Among New Trustees
David Anderson joined the Board in 2006 and is the son of Scripps alumna Hollis Norris Anderson ’31. He has a BA from Occidental College, a JD from USC, and a JSM from Stanford. He had a private law practice in Santa Barbara, CA, until 2005, specializing in land conservation law and non-profit governance, and was special counsel for Santa Barbara County. Anderson serves on several corporate and non-profit boards, including the Lennox Foundation, Santa Barbara Foundation, and the California Nature Conservancy. He was president of the Board of the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, as well as its full-time co-executive director. He is also actively involved with conservation concerns in Idaho, where he is on the advisory council of the Wood River Land Trust. In keeping with his enthusiasm for protecting nature, he enjoys the outdoors through skiing, bicycling, and river rafting. As a Scripps trustee, he serves on the Buildings and Grounds, Educational Policy, and Student Affairs committees.
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Diana Ho ’71, who formerly served two terms as an alumna trustee, was re-elected to the Board in October 2006; her term will begin in July 2007. She received her BA with an emphasis in fine arts in 1971 and her MBA from UCLA in 1984. She is the founder and president of Management Arts, Inc., in Los Angeles, a virtual consulting organization that specializes in strategic planning, organizational development, executive coaching, and facilitation of communication for groups and organizations. Among Management Arts, Inc.’s many and varied clients is Scripps College, on a pro bono basis. In addition to her involvement at Scripps, she offers pro bono consulting to several other organizations. Her hobbies include keyboard percussion (the marimba and steel drums), weaving, and art rubber stamping. A necessity for Ho is a month-long sabbatical every year, when, she says, she focuses on artistic and creative projects, in order to re-charge her batteries. Ho was recognized earlier this year as Scripps College Volunteer of the Year, and a Scripps scholarship fund was established in her honor.
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Rosanne Rennie Holliday ’61 received her BA in humanities with a concentration in developmental psychology, then earned her MA degree in child development from Mills College in 1963. She taught at Southwestern College as professor of developmental psychology from 1968 until her retirement in 1995. Holliday is currently president of the Holliday Family Foundation and is also affiliated with several non-profit organizations. She is the vice chair of development for Planned Parenthood, the vice president of Explorer Charter School, the vice chair on the board of directors of the San Diego Psychoanalytic Institute, and is the founding member of the San Diego Women’s Foundation. In addition, Holliday is a prominent philanthropist; the Holliday family foundation gives generously to a wide variety of institutions annually. Holliday joined the Scripps Board in March 2007.
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Wendy Liang ’06 is a recent graduate trustee-elect. As a politics and Asian- American studies major, she was on the Dean’s List for two years in a row, and was selected to Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. During her years at Scripps, Liang was involved with issues concerning student diversity. Currently, she is an active volunteer with Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County, assisting domestic violence survivors with the legalities needed to obtain temporary restraining orders from their batterers. Liang brings her passion for raising awareness of student diversity issues to the Board on the Student Affairs Committee. “It truly is such an honor to be given this opportunity to bring the diverse perspectives of recently graduated Scripps women into conversations about the goals and the future of Scripps College,” said Liang.
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Stephanie Rasines ’71 graduated Phi Beta Kappa, majoring in Latin American studies. She earned her JD from Columbia University School of Law, with honors, in 1984. She was an associate at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, NewYork and Los Angeles, from 1987-1993. Since then, she has been director of the Urban Recovery Legal Assistance Project, and is currently an active community volunteer. Among her many civic and professional activities, Rasines has been a legal representative for Central American refugees applying for political asylum, and class of ’71 reunion representative in 1996, 2001, and 2006. She established the Professor Ruth S. Lamb endowed student scholarship at Scripps College in 2003; was chair of the Ellen Browning Scripps Society, 2005-07; and is chair for the Alumnae College Weekend Event: Women in the Law. She is also the co-founder of The First School Financial Aid Trust in Santa Monica, a participant in the Volunteer Leadership conferences at Scripps, and a translator for health care providers at Young & Healthy, in Pasadena. As a new trustee, Rasines is serving on both the Budget and Institutional Advancement committees.
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