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Robert P. Fox, Jr. AB ’86
Cambridge, MA

Rob Fox is currently a doctoral candidate in English and American Literature at Tufts with a focus on Renaissance literature and legal pedagogy; he also still practices law part-time as a real estate attorney at Boston's Nutter, McClennen & Fish, LLP where he was previously a partner. In addition to his work for Harvard Glee Club Foundation, he served as the Harvard Glee Club’s Graduate Advisor for eleven years and chaired the Holden 20/20 Long-Range Planning Committee for the Harvard Choral Program. He has held numerous leadership positions in the Harvard Alumni Association, including Vice-President for College Affairs and Chair of the Classes and Reunions Committee as well as with the Harvard-Radcliffe Class of 1986, for which he co-chaired four reunions and serves as Class Secretary, and received the HAA Alumni Award in 2016.

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Roy "Trey" D. Farmer III EDM ’97
Vice-President & Chair, Governance Committee
Naples, FL

Roy (Trey) D. Farmer III is an entrepreneur with companies in the US, Italy and the Middle East.  He previously ran a publicly traded company in the US and founded an investment bank in Istanbul, Turkey and Vaduz, Liechtenstein.  While earning degrees at Princeton and Yale before coming to Harvard, he sang with both the Princeton Glee Club and the Yale Glee Club. He continues to organize arts festivals in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and the US in coordination with various governments and cultural arts ministries.  


George D. Reardon, Jr. AB ’78
Immediate Past President
South Pasadena, CA

George Reardon has had a career in banking as a real estate finance expert. He currently manages the
Real Estate Finance Department for American Business Bank, a very successful, 19-year old $1.8 billion
community bank in Los Angeles.  George sang in the Glee Club from 1975 -1978, during the last four years of the F. John Adams era.  During this time he met his future wife, Susan, who sang in RCS. George and Susan have remained
committed, though non-professional, singers and dedicated supporters of the choral art form for the
past 40+ years. George has served as a Member of HGCF since 1999 and is the immediate past President.  Susan and he also currently serve as Trustees of Idyllwild Arts, one of only three boarding arts high schools in the US.

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Robert W. Jones AB ’84
Treasurer & Chair, Finance Committee
Greenwich, CT

Rob launched The Jones Foundation in 1995, with the motto “Community Prosperity through Cultural Enrichment.” In addition to the HGCF, Rob serves as a trustee for Carnegie Hall, Marlboro Music, Playwrights Horizons, and The National Museum of Mathematics. Mr. Jones is a financial economist, specializing in the design and implementation of relative-value investment strategies.

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Logan S. McCarty AB ’96, AM ’98, PhD ’07
Arlington, MA

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Dana B. Birkby AB ’81
Woodinville, WA

Dana Birkby builds email and collaboration server software for Microsoft in Washington state. He believes strongly in community building through choral music, his principal avocation, which he pursues along with his wife. They have two children and one grandchild.

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William M. Cheng AB ’92
Sunnyvale, CA

William Cheng is a hospitalist with the Palo Alto Medical Foundation, and is on the medical staff of Stanford Hospital in Stanford, CA.  He received his MD from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, and has lived in the Silicon Valley since 1996.  Elected to the HGCF Board in 2014, he has served as the Chair of the Development Committee since 2015.

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L. Christian Collins AB ’96
Co-Chair, Alumni Engagement Committee
Arlington, MA

L. Christian Collins is the Sr. Financial Analyst/Staffing Manager at Trinity Partners (a Boston-based life sciences consulting firm). After graduating from Harvard, he lived and worked in the P.R.C. for International Management Group, marketing the Chinese professional national basketball league (CBA). After receiving his M.B.A. from Columbia University, he has worked in financial analysis roles in the green energy sector and consulting. Since 2005, he has lived in Arlington, MA with his family, including his two children, aged nine, and twelve. He also serves as Treasurer for the PTO at the M. Norcross Stratton Elementary School.

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Francis Cregg AB ’76
Hingham, MA

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Francis E. "Fritz" Donovan AB ’59
Cambridge, MA

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Nicholas M. Hatzis AB ’88
Co-Chair, Alumni Engagement Committee
Chicago, IL

Dr. Nick Hatzis is the father of two sons and the Medical Director of The Partial Hospitalization Program in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago. He is a practicing child and adolescent psychiatrist at the hospital and a clinical instructor at Northwestern University. Prior to becoming a doctor, he served as an armor officer in the United States Army during the Persian Gulf War.

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Robert J. Henry AB ’78
Canton, MA

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Ryan R. Karlstad AB ’93
Stillwater, MN

Dr. Ryan Karlstad is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in hand, wrist, and upper extremity disorders who practices in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area.  After receiving his MD degree from The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Dr. Karlstad completed an orthopedic surgery residency at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.  He completed a fellowship in hand and microvascular surgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.  He is one of 36 board certified orthopedic surgeons in the United States who holds a Subspecialty Certificate in both Hand Surgery and Orthopedic Sports Medicine. Dr. Karlstad sang with the Harvard Glee Club from 1989 through 1993.  He was Spring Tour Manager for the HGC tour to New Mexico, Arizona, and California in 1992.  He was Co-President of the Harvard Glee Club his senior year during the HGC 1993 East Asian Tour. He currently lives in Stillwater, MN with his wife and twin daughters.


Bernard E. Kreger AB ’59, MPH ’70
Norwell, MA

Dr. Bernard E. Kreger is Professor of Medicine at Boston University, practices adult primary care at Boston Medical Center, and is an epidemiologist with the Framingham Heart Study. He lives in suburban Boston, where he gardens, plays his Steinway, and hosts meals with wine. He serves HGCF on the Development and Alumni Engagement Committees and is now coordinating next spring's HGC Alumni Chorus excursion to Japan.


Richard F. Larkin AB ’64, MBA ’66
Vienna, VA

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Terence McGinty KSG ’02
Warren, MA

Terence McGinty is an international development professional who was Country Director in Tajikistan for the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs from 2003-2005. In subsequent years McGinty has consulted, conducting trainings of political parties in countries such as Colombia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. McGinty is a public defender in Massachusetts, and was a semi-professional counter-tenor at the Scola Cantorum of S. Stephen's Episcopal Church at Brown University from 2012-2017. At Harvard, McGinty was the Alumni Public Service Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government. As a member of the Glee Club, McGinty participated in HGC's five-week tour of Scandinavia and Russia, and also each of the treasured musical encounters between the Glee Club Alumni Chorus and the Kyoto Old Boys Chorus of recent years. McGinty was the volunteer Finance Director of the congressional campaign of a former Naval Intelligence Division Chief who would be the first transgender Member of Congress. In his free time, McGinty is currently restoring and installing the small 1958 Lindsay Chapel organ of the First Church in Cambridge—which was described by legendary pipe organ expert Barbara Owen as baroque organ builder Charles B. Fisk's “first baby”—in his barn in central Massachusetts.


Chase P. Mohney AB ’08
Culver City, CA

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Jacob J. “Jay” Mueller AB ’17
Chair, Student Relations Committee
Brighton, MA

Jay is a Legislative Aide working in the Massachusetts State Senate. He works primarily on energy policy with a focus on natural gas systems and electric vehicles. He lives in Brighton, Massachusetts. While not singing, he is an avid bicyclist and runner.

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Richard G. Pepin, Jr. AB ’62
Minneapolis, MN

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Daniel J. Perry AB ’95
Somerville, MA

Dan "deX!" Perry is a software engineer specializing in litigation support, enterprise information management and compliance, as well as an active professional chorister in the Boston area. He is currently team lead at Micro Focus and a bass/baritone in the professional choir at King's Chapel. He lives in Somerville, MA with his wife Joei Marshall Perry (Harvard 93-95, RCS and founding member of The 'Cliffe Notes) and 3-year-old twin sons.


James M. Rabb AB ’66, MD ’70
Weston, MA

Jim Rabb is a gastroenterologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a Harvard hospital in Boston. He sings in the Harvard Radcliffe Chorus, the Harvard community chorus, along with several aother HGC/RCS alumni/ae  and participates in several boards of advisors including the the Boson Symphony and the Museum of Fine Arts.

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William S. Reardon AB ’68, MBA ’73
Hingham, MA

Bill was President of the Foundation from 2005 to 2009, Immediate Past President from 2009 to 2011, Vice President from 1999 to 2005, and Graduate Advisor from 1985 to 2005. Professionally, Bill was a CPA and an audit Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP where he led the Biotechnology and Medical Device practice until his retirement in 2002. He continues to serve on several public biotechnology company boards. In civic life he served on his town of Hingham’s Finance Committee, Community Preservation Committee, and currently serves as chair of the Harbor Development Committee. Musically Bill sings with his wife Kathy (Radcliffe ’67) in the Unicorn Singers. For more than 35 years he served on the Board of Directors of the South Shore Conservatory of Music, as its president for 2 years and its treasurer for 18 years.

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Daniel C. Rogers AB ’12
Los Angeles, CA

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Phil Sheldon AB ’77
Salt Lake City, UT

Philip Sheldon is the President of HE Travel, an international tour operator which runs small group tours to all seven continents. While HE Travel's primary market is the LGBT community, HE Travel has also been the travel partner for Harvard Glee Club students and for the HGC Alumni Chorus on several occasions. Phil sang in the Glee Club all four years at Harvard, and was President of HGC for the first round of the search for F. John Adams' successor. As an HGC alumnus he has enjoyed singing in ten concerts with our friends from Kyoto University, both in Japan and in the US.

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Peter L. Strauss AB ’61
New York, NY

Peter Strauss managed the HGC 1960-61, and sang on the 1961 Far Eastern Tour. He has pursued an
academic career in law (now Betts Professor of Law at Columbia Law School,), teaching and writing
about public law—administrative law especially. He has been singing in chamber choirs ever since, most recently with Florilegium Chamber Choir, which draws its 36 or so excellent singers from all over the New York metropolitan area, and could always use another male voice. He also sits on its board (along with this one, the board of his co-op on the Upper West Side, and the Stockbridge Bowl Association, where his family summers a mile from Tanglewood).

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Mark J. Tecca AB ’85
Vice Chair, Finance Committee
Orford, NH

Mark J. Tecca is Chief Financial Officer at Becket Academy, Inc., a not-for- profit organization serving at-
risk youth and developmentally challenged adults. He also serves as Moderator of the Lyme
Congregational Church. He and Martha Boyd Tecca (Harvard  '82, member of the Collegium Musicum and Radcliffe Pitches) have raised three children in the bucolic Upper Valley of New Hampshire, now aged 27, 25 and 21. They continue to sing together in a community choir and church choir.

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Ian K. Tzeng AB ’98, MBA ’05
Boston, MA

Ian Tzeng was a 4-year member of the HGC and previously served on the HGC Foundation Board from 2000-2014 before being re-elected to the Board in 2018. He served as Manager, President, and Financial Manager for the 1998 Australia tour. Professionally, Ian is a Managing Director in the Boston office of L.E.K. consulting and a senior leader in the healthcare practice. Specifically, he leads L.E.K.’s global efforts in pharmaceutical operations and contract services. Additionally, Ian has extensive consulting and board experience with non-profit organizations in education, arts, LGBT advocacy, and public service. Other Board service includes ReachingOut MBA; non-profit consultancy, Inspire; and the Equality Federation. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, in Chemistry from Harvard College and is a George F. Baker Scholar, Master of Business Administration with high distinction from Harvard Business School.

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Albert K. Webster AB ’59
New York, NY

Nick is happily retired from an active life in orchestra management (CEO of New York Philharmonic and Cincinnati Symphony and much consulting), enjoying life with wife Sally in their lovely brownstone townhouse in New York's Upper Westside's lively environment. He treasures Harvard Grads daughter, Kate '87, and  son, Albert '85, their spouses and kinder, enjoys grandparenting, and the many pleasures, and some vices, of New York City.

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John L. Whitlock AB ’68, JD ’73
Needham, MA

John L. Whitlock is an attorney practicing banking, business finance, and bankruptcy law in the Boston
office of Locke Lord LLP, an international law firm. He is also the chair of the Massachusetts Supreme
Judicial Court’s standing advisory committee on the rules of professional conduct. For many years he has sung with The Boston Cecilia, for which he has served serially as its treasurer (22 years) and president (6 years).



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Andrew Jing AB ’19
HGC President
Houston, TX

Andrew is a rising senior from Houston, TX. He resides in Winthrop House and studies Applied Math and Economics. This will be his fourth year singing with the Glee Club. He hopes eventually to pursue a career in public policy or possibly related academia. He enjoys playing piano, geeking out over politics, and reading science fiction.

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Michael Horton AB ’20
HGC Manager
Alpharetta, GA

Michael Horton is a third-year member and manager of the Harvard Glee Club. He is a junior in Eliot House studying Computer Science with a secondary in Music. He is originally from Alpharetta, GA, but doesn’t mind the snowy northeast. He wishes to continue studying CS after graduation while taking more time to go hiking and travel the world.

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Michael J. Pankratz AB ’11
Graduate Manager, Harvard Glee Club
Chicago, IL

Mike Pankratz serves as HGC’s Graduate Manager. At home in Chicago, Mike sings in (and is a board
member of) the Apollo Chorus and spends his working days as a Senior Business Manager at Capital
One’s Commercial Bank.


Joshua L. Stern AB ’05, JD ’08
Graduate Advisor, Harvard Glee Club
Washington, DC

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James Giessler
Executive Director, Harvard Glee Club Foundation

Whitman, MA

James Giessler serves as Executive Director of the Harvard Glee Club Foundation. Prior to coming to the
Foundation in July, 2010, he spent more than 20 years working in development and senior management positions for various nonprofit organizations in the Midwest. In addition to his work at the Foundation, James sings professionally as a lyric tenor and is currently engaged as a Choral Fellow at Old South Church in Boston.