Vivien P. Woofter re-elected to WVU Foundation Board

Vivien P. Woofter, director of Interior Design&Furnishings at the U.S. Department of State in Arlington, Va., has been re-elected to the West Virginia University Foundation Board of Directors. She has served on the board since 1999.

Other board members elected through 2004 include: Curtis H. Barnette, chairman emeritus of Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Bethlehem, Pa.; Ralph J. Bean Jr., a partner at Steptoe&Johnson, Clarksburg, W.Va.; Carolyn Eberly Blaney, trustee, The Eberly Foundation, Chalk Hill, Pa.; James H. Chamberlain, former chairman, president and CEO , BioSource International, Camarillo, Calif.; Jean C. Clark, owner of Seneca Way, Inc. and former owner of The Finery, Inc., Bruceton Mills, W.Va.; Dr. C. Richard Daniel, retired radiologist, Beckley, W.Va.; Sue Seibert Farnsworth of Seibert&Kasserman, L.C., Wheeling, W.Va.; David W. Hamstead, retired audit partner and CPA , Price Waterhouse&Company, Pittsburgh, Pa.; J. Franklin Long of the J. Franklin Long Law Office, Bluefield, W.Va.; and Robert A. McMillan, owner and president, Jefferson Distributing Company, Martinsburg, W.Va.

Elected to one-year terms were Marshall S. Miller, president of Marshall Miller&Associates, Bluefield, Va., chair; Stuart M. Robbins, retired managing director of Donaldson, Lufkin&Jenrette, New York, N.Y., vice-chair; Janet Griffith Rogers, president of Thoughtfulness, Inc., Granville, W.Va., secretary; and Bean, assistant secretary.

A private non-profit organization, the WVU Foundation generates, receives and administers private gifts from individuals and organizations for the benefit of West Virginia University. The Foundation is in the midst of a $250 million”Building Greatness”campaign on behalf of the University, which concludes Dec. 31, 2003.

David W. Hamstead re-elected to WVU Foundation Board

David W. Hamstead of Pittsburgh, Pa., has been re-elected to the West Virginia University Foundation Board of Directors. Retired from Price Waterhouse&Company, he has served on the board since 1995.

Other board members elected through 2004 include: Curtis H. Barnette, chairman emeritus of Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Bethlehem, Pa.; Ralph J. Bean Jr., a partner at Steptoe&Johnson, Clarksburg, W.Va.; Carolyn Eberly Blaney, trustee, The Eberly Foundation, Chalk Hill, Pa.; James H. Chamberlain, former chairman, president and CEO , BioSource International, Camarillo, Calif.; Jean C. Clark, owner of Seneca Way, Inc., and former co-owner of The Finery, Inc., Bruceton Mills, W.Va.; Dr. C. Richard Daniel, retired radiologist, Beckley, W.Va.; Sue Seibert Farnsworth of Seibert&Kasserman, L.C., Wheeling, W.Va.; J. Franklin Long of the J. Franklin Long Law Office, Bluefield, W.Va.; Robert A. McMillan, owner and president, Jefferson Distributing Company, Martinsburg, W.Va.; and Vivien P. Woofter, director of Interior Design&Furnishings, U.S. Department of State, Arlington, Va.

Elected to one-year terms were Marshall S. Miller, president of Marshall Miller&Associates, Bluefield, Va., chair; Stuart M. Robbins, retired managing director of Donaldson, Lufkin&Jenrette, New York, N.Y., vice-chair; Janet Griffith Rogers, president of Thoughtfulness, Inc., Granville, W.Va., secretary; and Bean, assistant secretary.

A private non-profit organization, the WVU Foundation generates, receives and administers private gifts from individuals and organizations for the benefit of West Virginia University. The Foundation is in the midst of a $250 million”Building Greatness”campaign on behalf of the University, which concludes Dec. 31, 2003.

Stuart M. Robbins named vice chair of WVU Foundation Board

Stuart M. Robbins, retired managing director of the Institutional Equities Division of Donaldson, Lufkin&Jenrette, New York, N.Y., has been elected vice chair of the West Virginia University Foundation Board of Directors. He has served on the board since 1991.

Also elected to one-year terms were Marshall S. Miller, president of Marshall Miller&Associates, Bluefield, Va., chair; Janet Griffith Rogers, president of Thoughtfulness, Inc., Granville, W.Va., secretary; and Ralph J. Bean, Jr., partner at Steptoe&Johnson, Clarksburg, W.Va., assistant secretary.

Other board members elected through 2004 include: Curtis H. Barnette, chairman emeritus, Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Bethlehem, Pa.; Ralph J. Bean, Jr., partner at Steptoe&Johnson, Clarksburg W.Va.; Carolyn Eberly Blaney, trustee, The Eberly Foundation, Chalk Hill, Pa.; James H. Chamberlain, former chairman, president and CEO , BioSource International, Camarillo, Calif.; Jean C. Clark, owner of Seneca Way, Inc., and former co-owner of The Finery, Inc., Bruceton Mills, W.Va.; Dr. C. Richard Daniel, retired radiologist, Beckley, W.Va.; Sue Seibert Farnsworth of Seibert&Kasserman, L.C., Wheeling, W.Va.; David W. Hamstead, retired audit partner and CPA , Price Waterhouse&Company, Pittsburgh, Pa.; J. Franklin Long of the J. Franklin Long Law Office, Bluefield, W.Va.; Robert A. McMillan, owner and president, Jefferson Distributing Company, Martinsburg, W.Va.; and Vivien P. Woofter, director of Interior Design&Furnishings, U.S. Department of State, Arlington, Va.

A private, non-profit organization, the WVU Foundation generates, receives and administers private gifts from individuals and organizations for the benefit of West Virginia University. The Foundation is in the midst of a $250 million”Building Greatness”campaign, which concludes Dec. 31, 2003.

James H. Chamberlain elected to WVU Foundation Board

James H. Chamberlain, former chairman, president and CEO of BioSource International in Camarillo, Calif., has been elected to a three-year term on the West Virginia University Foundation Board of Directors.

Chamberlain has served as president and CEO of BioSource International and its predecessor, BioSource Industries, Inc., since it was founded in October 1989, and was elected Chairman of the Board in November 1993. Prior to his employment with BioSource, Chamberlain was Business Development Director for Amgen Inc., and held various executive positions with Browning Ferris Industries and Amersham Corporation, a biomedical company.

A WVU graduate, Chamberlain earned a B.A. in Biology in 1969. He also received an Associates Degree from Beckley College in 1967, was a National Institute of Health Fellow in Biology at the University of Pittsburgh from 1971-72, and earned an M.B.A. from Pepperdine University in 1984.

A private, non-profit organization, the WVU Foundation generates, receives and administers private gifts from individuals and organizations for the benefit of West Virginia University. The Foundation is in the midst of a $250 million”Building Greatness”campaign on behalf of the University, which concludes Dec. 31, 2003.

Curtis H. Barnette re-elected to WVU Foundation Board

Curtis H. Barnette, chairman emeritus of Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Bethlehem, Pa., has been re-elected to the West Virginia University Foundation Board of Directors. He has served on the board since 1987 and previously served from 1977-1982.

Other board members elected through 2004 include: Ralph J. Bean, Jr., partner at Steptoe&Johnson, Clarksburg, W.Va.; Carolyn Eberly Blaney, trustee, The Eberly Foundation, Chalk Hill, Pa.; James H. Chamberlain, former chairman, president and CEO , BioSource International, Camarillo, Calif.; Jean C. Clark, owner of Seneca Way, Inc., and former co-owner of The Finery, Inc., Bruceton Mills, W.Va.; Dr. C. Richard Daniel, retired radiologist, Beckley, W.Va.; Sue Seibert Farnsworth of Seibert&Kasserman, L.C., Wheeling, W.Va.; David W. Hamstead, retired audit partner and CPA , Price Waterhouse&Company, Pittsburgh, Pa.; J. Franklin Long of the J. Franklin Long Law Office, Bluefield, W.Va.; Robert A. McMillan, owner and president, Jefferson Distributing Company, Martinsburg, W.Va.; and Vivien P. Woofter, director of Interior Design&Furnishings, U.S. Department of State, Arlington, Va.

Elected to one-year terms as officers were Marshall S. Miller, president of Marshall Miller&Associates, Bluefield, Va., chair; Stuart M. Robbins, retired managing director of Donaldson, Lufkin&Jenrette, New York, N.Y., vice chair; Janet Griffith Rogers, president of Thoughtfulness, Inc., Granville, W.Va., secretary; and Bean, assistant secretary.

A private non-profit organization, the WVU Foundation generates, receives and administers private gifts from individuals and organizations for the benefit of West Virginia University. The Foundation is in the midst of a $250 million”Building Greatness”campaign on behalf of the University, which concludes Dec. 31, 2003.