The Board of Trustees welcomed Joey Shaista Horn ’87 in July. Horn is a director of publicly traded companies in Thailand, Singapore and Norway in the shipping and offshore industries. She was a ranked equity research analyst at a Nordic securities firm in Oslo, Norway, where she lived for 12 years before moving to Singapore. Previously she worked in New York as an investment banker at Smith Barney, Investcorp International Inc. and CS First Boston. She has an MBA from the Yale School of Management and is co-head agent of her Williams class. Horn was elected by the alumni body to a five year term as trustee. Paul Neely ’68 and Malcolm W. Smith ’87 stepped down from the board. Also elected by alumni this year was Tyng Bequest administrator Jeffrey A. Thaler ’74, an attorney and partner overseeing the environmental practice at Bernstein, Shur in Portland, Maine. Tyng administrators help select Williams students to receive funds from the bequest of Juliet Augusta Tyng, widow of Stephen H. Tyng, Class of 1886, to support graduate school education.