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Hiram Hunn Awards

November-December 2015

Top row from left: William L. Eisenhart, Tanya Ryk Friedman, and Anita Warren Fritze. Bottom row from left: Marsha Hirano-Nakanishi, Meg Streeter Lauck, Garrett Scott Olmsted, and David F. Pinto


Top row from left: William L. Eisenhart, Tanya Ryk Friedman, and Anita Warren Fritze. Bottom row from left: Marsha Hirano-Nakanishi, Meg Streeter Lauck, Garrett Scott Olmsted, and David F. Pinto

Seven alumni received Hiram S. Hunn Memorial Schools and Scholarships Awards from the Harvard College Office of Admissions and Financial Aid on October 2 for their volunteer work: recruiting and interviewing prospective undergraduates.

William L. (“Ike”) Eisenhart ’74, of Seattle, has co-chaired the Harvard Club of Seattle’s schools and scholarships committee since 2002, following several years of interviewing candidates.

Tanya Ryk Friedman ’94, of New York City, is a vice president of the Harvard Club of New York City. A recent past president of the Harvard Club of New York Foundation, she has also served as the club’s schools and scholarships committee co-chair.

Anita Warren Fritze ’64, of Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, has interviewed students for more than 25 years for the Harvard Club of Boston.

Marsha Hirano-Nakanishi, Ed.D. ’81, of Los Angeles, is executive vice president of the Harvard Club of Southern California. She also recently served as the interim vice president for the schools and scholarships committee.

Meg Streeter Lauck ’79, of Sugar Land, Texas, was the interview coordinator for the Harvard University Club of Houston from 2009 to 2014.

Garrett Scott Olmsted ’68, Ph.D. ’76, of Tazewell, Virginia, is a long-time admissions interviewer, most recently in western Virginia.

David F. Pinto ’82, Ext ’88, of Longmeadow, Massachusetts, was an alumni interviewer for several years and has chaired the Harvard Club of Western Massachusetts’s schools and scholarships committee since 2005.

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