Dartmouth Alumni Council Nominates Two Trustee Candidates

Following an extensive review process by its Nominating and Alumni Trustee Search Committee and in accordance with the Association of Alumni constitution, the Dartmouth Alumni Council has nominated one candidate for each of two open alumni-nominated trustee seats on the Dartmouth College Board of Trustees. They include:

Morton Kondracke ’60
Morton Kondracke has been a national journalist for 42 years, for the past 18 years as executive editor and columnist at Roll Call. He was a senior editor at The New Republic, Washington bureau chief of Newsweek, and a Wall Street Journal columnist. He has been a Fox News commentator since 1996 and was a regular panelist on The McLaughlin Group and ABC’s This Week. He frequently appeared on Meet the Press and NPR and was a panelist in the 1984 Reagan-Mondale debate on foreign policy. Kondracke is on the board of Communities in Schools for the Nation’s Capital, the Parkinson’s Action Network, and the Michael J. Fox Foundation. He is the author of Saving Milly: Love, Politics and Parkinson’s Disease. He has served as a board member of the Dartmouth Alumni Magazine and as class secretary. At Dartmouth, he was an English Honors major, president of The Dartmouth, and a member of Delta Upsilon (Foley House). He is married and has two daughters, Alexandra ’91 and Andrea.

John Replogle ’88
John Replogle is the CEO of Burt’s Bees, the leading natural personal care company in the U.S. Under Replogle’s leadership, Burt’s Bees has expanded globally and doubled sales and profitability while becoming a recognized leader in sustainable business practices. John was previously GM of Unilever skin care as well as president of Guinness Brewing in the U.S. and U.K. Replogle started his career with The Boston Consulting Group and earned an MBA with distinction from the Harvard Business School. John graduated from Dartmouth in 1988 with an AB in government and has served the College continuously for 25 years. As an undergraduate, he served on his class council and Student Assembly. Since graduation, John has volunteered as class vice president, treasurer, and mini-reunion chair, and currently serves as co-head agent. John serves on the boards of Terracycle, the Ravenscroft School, and Habitat for Humanity in Durham, NC. He lives in Raleigh, NC, with his wife and four daughters. He is the son of David ’53 and brother to Bill ’77.

Trustee balloting will take place online and by mail from March 10–April 7, 2010.