Recommended Candidates

For the 2022 Auburn Alumni Association Board of Directors

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The Auburn Alumni Association board of directors’ nominating committee, having solicited nominations from the membership as required in the association bylaws, has submitted its list of candidates for four new directors to the full board. The recommended candidates have been approved by the board and are presented below for the membership’s consideration.

According to the association’s bylaws, members may propose other candidates via the process outlined in Article XI, Section 4 (see below). The deadline for contesting any candidate recommended by the board is July 15, 2022, 5 p.m., CST. If no further nominations are received, the unopposed candidates will be deemed automatically elected and will begin their terms at the association’s annual meeting on Sept. 23, 2022. All annual and life members are invited to attend.

President

Luanne Lockwood hart ’80

Residence:  Eufaula, Ala.

Employment:  Senior Vice President, Human Resources & Marketing Director, MidSouth Bank

Auburn Activities:  AAA Board of Directors Vice President, Samford Society, Circle of Excellence Society Orange, Foy Society, Alumni Association Sustaining Life Member, 125th Anniversary of Auburn Women Planning Committee, Barbour County Auburn Club Officer/Director, 2013 Club Officer of the Year — Auburn Alumni Association, Kappa Delta Sorority, Mortar Board, Omicron Delta Kappa, Panhellenic Council

Vice President

Jeffrey B. Moore ’88

ResidencePoolesville, Md

Employment:  Managing Director, U.S. International Development Finance Corporation

Auburn Activities:  AAA Board of Directors (former), Samford Society, Circle of Excellence Society Orange & Blue, Foy Society, Alumni Association Sustaining Life Member, Metro Washington Auburn Club, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Naval ROTC, War Eagle Leathernecks

Directors

Eric M. Dunlap ’06

Residence:  South Pasadena, Cali.

Employment:  Civil Engineer, Los Angeles County

Auburn Activities:  Auburn Alumni Association Young Alumni Council (Past Chair), Circle of Excellence Society Orange, Foy Society, Alumni Association Sustaining Life Member, Los Angeles Auburn Club, Camp War Eagle Counselor, and Auburn University Marching Band

REBECCA SMITH LINER ’81

Residence:  Tallahassee, Fla.

Employment:  Executive Vice President, The James Madison Institute and Director, Preston A. Wells Center for American Ideals

Auburn Activities: Tallahassee Auburn Club (President), Alumni Association Life Member

DAWN L. OLIVER ’97

Residence:  League City, Texas

Employment:  Attorney, Office of General Counsel, NASA Johnson Space Center

Auburn Activities:  College of Liberal Arts Advisory Board, Samford Society, Foy Society, Leadership Council for the Office of Inclusion & Diversity (former), Alumni Association Life Member, Greater Houston Auburn Club, Former member of the Orlando Area Auburn Club (Vice President of Scholarship/ Recruitment), Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, AU Dunkin’ Darlings, AU Gospel Choir, and AU Marching Band

ANTHONY M. (TONY) TORBERT ’90

Residence: Atlanta, Ga.

Employment: Digital Core Accounting Leader, Georgia-Pacific Corporation

Auburn Activities: Samford Society, Petrie Society, Foy Society Cater Circle, Harbert College of Business Shareholders Society, Alumni Association Life Member, Atlanta Auburn Club, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity

Applicable passage from Auburn Alumni Association Bylaws


Article XI, Section 4: Nominations from Members at Large.

Section 4. Nominations from Members at Large. Contributing members may propose other candidates for any position provided that (1) the name and a biography of their proposed candidate is submitted in writing to the Secretary of the Association by the time specified in the notice which can be no sooner than thirty (30) days from the day of the announcement; (2) the submission specifies which candidate submitted by the Directors the new candidate opposes; (3) the submission bears the new candidate’s signed consent; and (4) the submission of the new candidate contains the signed endorsement of at least seventy-five (75) Members. Mail, facsimile or email transmissions of this information will be accepted.