Catlin Gabel Elects New Trustees

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May 29, 2002

For Immediate Release

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Catlin Gabel Elects New Trustees

Peter Steinberger, John Gilleland, Nigel Da Costa Clarke and Richard Koe join Board of Trustees

Portland, Ore. – May 29, 2002 – Catlin Gabel, an independent, coeducational day school today announced President of Reed College Peter Steinberger, President and Vice Chairman and former CFO of The Campbell Group John S. Gilleland, SAP Business Analyst at TriQuint Semiconductor, Inc. Nigel Da Costa Clark and President and Chief Investment Officer of Astoria Capital Management, Inc. Richard W. Koe have joined Catlin Gabel’s Board of Trustees.

Peter J. Steinberger is presently the acting president at Reed College. Prior to this he served as dean of the faculty and chair for Reed College’s Department of Political Science. He has also served on the executive council of Western Political Science Association. Steinberger is the former president of Pacific Northwest Political Science Association and has served as an editor/member of the editorial board for the Western Political Quarterly. He is a former member of the editorial advisory board for Urban Resources and was a member of the editorial board and editorial writer for The Oregonian. Steinberger currently has one child attending Catlin Gabel.

John Gilleland is currently the president, vice chairman and former CFO of The Campbell Group, a timberland investment advisory firm. Gilleland has served on the board of Friends of the Children, Youth Resources, Inc. and The Campbell Foundation. He has been active this year soliciting leadership-level donations for the annual fund. Gilleland has two children who attend Catlin Gabel.

Nigel Da Costa Clarke is currently a senior SAP business analyst at TriQuint Semiconductor, Inc., a supplier of high-performance components and modules for communications applications. He has served on the board of the Columbia Arts Center and was a founding member of the diversity advisory board of Washington State University in Vancouver. He has served as a member of Catlin Gabel’s diversity committee and worked to facilitate the Ubuntu Film Series. Clarke currently has two children attending Catlin Gabel.

Richard W. Koe is currently president and chief investment officer of Astoria Capital Management, Inc. He serves on the finance and development committees of the board. Koe has two children who attend Catlin Gabel.

About Catlin Gabel Catlin Gabel School is an independent, co-educational day school, dedicated to student individuality, academic excellence, multiculturalism and life-long learning. The school’s dynamic pre-kindergarten through twelfth-grade curriculum combines academics with arts, physical education and a strong sense of community service. Catlin Gabel is independently governed by a Board of Trustees and is not supported by tax or church monies. For more information, please visit