GAA Board of Directors
Scout's Motto Applies To Job, Too
Richard T "Stick" Williams ' 75, Charlotte . .. . .. Chair
Betty Ray Mc Cain ' 52, Wrlsotl ... .JJlUlled. Past Chair
Carl Lafayette Matheson Jr. ' 57, HIlh>ry ... Chair-E1ect
Wendy Gebauer Palladino ' 89, OIOpd HiI1 . .1Sf Vice Chair
Ann Earnhardt Murry ' 72, Fbtotna; . Wd. ...2nd Vice 01air
Anthony Eden Rand ' 61, Fayct/etJi/le ....... Treasurer
DwightMDavidson 1lI ' 77,G""""boro .. .A"t. Treasurer
William P. Aycock II ' 65, Greensboro . . ... Counsel
Douglas S. Dibbert ' 70, Chapel Hill . . ... President
Tar Heel Network Chairman
Thomas W. i..an1beth ' 57 ....... ... Winston-Salem
APPOINTt:D AT LARGE
John Gray Blount Ellison ' 69 (2003) ... . Greensboro
George Washington Miller Jr.' 52 (2003) ... .Durham
Richard T. Morgan '74 (2004) . . ..... Eagle Springs
Peter Gerard Voelkel ' 84 (2004) .. ........ .Raleigh
Roberr W. Spearman ' 65 (2005) ........ .. .Raleigh
Laura Anderson Wright ' 91 (2005) .. Silver Springs, Md.
i:.LEC·tL T', RfPRr:1ENT ....c. DISf'ICfS
1. RobertA. Evam '74 (2004) . ....Rocky Mount
2.John H. Kerr 1JJ ' 58 (2004) .. . .... Goldsboro
3. William H. Canleron ' 76 (2005) .. .. Wilmington
4. Eleanor Saunders Morris ' 55 (2003) . .Chapel Hill
5. George Watts Carr 1JJ ' 64 (2003) ... .Greensboro
6.James A. Harrell Jr. ' 69 (2005) .. . ........ Elkin
7. Elizabeth Graves Cook ' 77 (2005) ..... Salisbury
8. Luther Parks Cochrane ' 70 (2004) ... . .Charlotte
9. Tom David Efird ' 61 (2004) ........ Gastonia
10. Philip Gary Carson ' 63 (2003) .. . .. . ...Asheville
ELECTro TO REPRESENT OUT-OF-STATE ALUMNI
Richard Fuller Callaway ' 71 (2003) .... .Houston
Constance Lewis Cromartie ' 87 (2003) .. Charlottesville,v...
Patricia Timko Sinclair ' 82 (2003) ... .. Los Angeles
Anne Miller Roycroft ' 81 (2004) ...... Pensacola, Aa.
Minor Mickel Shaw ' 69 (2004) .... .. .Greenville,S.C.
Jane Robinson Whitaker ' 69 (2004) .. . . . . . .. Atlanta
Joel Graham Brinkley ' 75 (2005) .. Chevy Chase, Md.
Rebecca Wesson Darwin ' 75 (2005) ...Princeton, N.J.
Francis GraI1am Riggs ' 61 (2005) ..... Baltimore, Md.
tx Of~ '"'oJ. HYh.:S~ W NG THl STU E"IT 80f,'.
Jennifer Daum . ...... . .. .President, Student Body
Kimberly Alicia Minugh ... Editor, TIle Daily Tar Heel
Paymon Rouhanifard . . ... President, Senior Class
John M. Leatherman .... Pres., Order ofme Bell Tower
H. Holden Thorp ' 86 (2003) .. .... .. Chapel Hill
~HE',ufNT(~ OF ')0+001 ALUMNI A,;, 0C'A iO~ (E." OFr ,~IO)
Kenneth Weeden ' 75 (MRf?, City & Reg1 [\)n. . Wi!rniJw:n
Rex B. Card 'SO, Dentistry ... .... ... .Wake Forest
Larry G. Mabe ' 93, Education ..... .. .. Pittsboro
Jill Wienberry Boy ' 89,Journalism ...... Durham
Tommy WillisJarrett ' 65, Law . . ..... . Goldsboro
Selden D. Lamoureux ' 98, Infu. & Libr. Sci. . .. Pittsboro
Ray M. Hayworth ' 59, Medicine . . .Knoxville, Tenn.
Carolyn J. GraI1anl ' 97 (PhO), Nursing ... Chapel Hill
H. Chapman Bro wn III ' 83, Pharmacy . .. Penhook, V.,.
James 100; Donnelly ' 93 (MPA), PuhAdmin. .. Greensboro
Anna P. Schenck ' 77, Puboc Healm . . . . . . . ..Raleigh
Alan R. Ellis ' 96 (MSW), Social Work ..... . Durham
ALU~NI ON 'Hf ATHlETIC COUNCil (ElECTED A . ARGE)
Bradley Lee Daugherty ' 86 (2003) ....... Atlanta
Donald F. McCauley ' 71 (2004) .. .Huntington, N. Y.
Laurie Walker Dhue ' 90 (2005) .... New York, N. Y
l osing your job is a traumatic experience. It
Lean cause you to question your identity,
your career choice and your worth. Those
affected by corporate downsizing, rightsizing or
layoffs are determined to protect themselves
in the future. Never wanting to be in that sit-
uation again, they look for a "safe" company
that will guarantee their future.
spending. Learn the
a necessity and a
Know the value of
your assets, including
cash, invesmlents and property. Know how much
you owe. Start now to eliminate your credit-
card debt. Spend less than you make. Create a
plan to save 10 percent ofyour net income.
When you save your money, you buy yourself
freedom and control. Put your money to work
for you; learn about money and investments.
Develop and maintain a strong network
hifore you need it. Seek out opportunities to
meet people, and take a sincere interest in the
people you meet. Get to know people in your
company and industry. Join a professional
organization in which you have an interest.
Attend a lecture, give a talk, write an article,
volunteer in your community. Develop an
attitude of giving rather than getting.
Operate out of integrity. Set standards for
yourself and commit to living by them. Get to
know your values. Are your head, heart and
hands in alignment? Get a clear picture of
what you want for your life, and go after it.
Be highly respected.
Develop a sense of optimism, a belief in a
positive future. Even if you are not naturally
optimistic, you can learn to put a positive spin
on your life. Make a habit of noticing things
that go well, things you are happy about,
things for which you are thankful. By focusing on the good things you can take the sting
out of those that didn't go as you planned.
Also be aware of negative self-talk, which can
severely limit your ability to reach your goals.
Expect more. Be open to new opportunities
that come your way. Don't limit yourself to one
outcome. Embrace the probability and possibility
of success. Follow through on what you need
to do to make your dreams real. The next
best thing may be just around the corner.•
Unda Conklin is the GMs manager of Alumni Career Services.
For information on career·related issues, contact her at
(919) 962-3749 or bye-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More of her advice and other career·related information
can be found on the Career Services sectionof the GAfls
Web site: alumni.unc.edu/career.