2008–2009 biennial Rep oRt

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The United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia works to support a Christian presence in colleges and universities in Asia.

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Founded in 1922, the United Board is a Christian organization that works through higher education institutions in Asia to express values such as justice, reconciliation and harmony between ethnic and religious communities, gender equity, care for the environment, and civil society. The United Board operates as both a programmatic and grantmaking organization and works in partnership with institutions of higher education across Asia.

LETTER FROM THE CHAIRMAN AND PRESIDENT
This report marks a turning point for the United Board. Eight years ago, we opened a Hong Kong office in order to fully engage in challenges facing higher education in Asia. This base enabled us to expand our professional contacts and develop strong working relationships with universities and colleges across the region. It deepened our understanding of key issues confronting Asian educators and helped us identify countries and regions that particularly need support. As a result, the United Board’s Asia-wide network is stronger and more vital than ever. Our programs have been initiated and located in Asia, but going forward, they will be led by partner institutions in Asia in cooperation with the United Board. Programs will be pan-Asian, based at institutions in the region and driven by on-site experts. A brief introduction to our three new program initiatives — Environment, Inter-Religious Understanding and PeaceBuilding, and Local Knowledge — can be found on the next page. We could not have reached this new phase without the relationships developed through our signature programs, such as the United Board Fellows, Asian University Leaders, Regional Faculty Scholars and others featured in this report. These programs will continue to be a vital part of our work. We invite you to read comments from alumni, which vividly illustrate the tangible, lasting impacts of their experiences with the United Board. The highlights of two busy program years, described in these pages, show how the United Board and its partners continue to be important voices in Asia for the value of combining academic, moral and ethical training. We are grateful for your continuing support of these efforts.

Ching-mai Wu Chair, Board of Trustees

Patricia Stranahan President

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U N I T E D B O A R D I N I T I AT I V E S
United Board initiatives are driven by our partner institutions across Asia. We currently support three pan-Asian initiatives — Environment, Inter-Religious Understanding and Peace-Building, and Local Knowledge — through our grant-making, fellowship programs and fundraising efforts. These initiatives build on the United Board’s rich tradition of educational capacity building and collaborative partnerships. which they are based. The Initiative’s coastal component addresses issues of sustainability, while its land component focuses on the interaction between environment and health. history and culture. The goal is to develop a sustainable network of institutions and scholars that can facilitate cooperation and continuing dialogue about religious traditions and community.

ENVIRONMENT The Environment Initiative uses the transformative power of education to develop the enhanced knowledge, values, attitudes, commitment and skills required to protect and improve the environment in Asia. Through support for environmental advocacy, it also strengthens connections between academic institutions and the communities in
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INTER-RELIgIOUS UNDERSTANDINg AND PEACE-BUILDINg The Inter-Religious Understanding and PeaceBuilding Initiative supports projects that build a shared understanding of the region’s religious traditions and respectfully consider differences within a substantive context of

In developing its initiatives, the United Board seeks the input of specialists at its partner institutions across Asia.

LOCAL KNOwLEDgE The rapid pace of globalization makes preservation of local knowledge — everything from local dialects and music to knowledge of medicinal plants — all the more urgent. The goal of the Local Knowledge Initiative is to provide Asia’s researchers, faculty and librarians with training and models that will enable them to make greater use of available digital tools to document, preserve and share disappearing cultural traditions.

The Environment Initiative uses the transformative power of education to improve and protect the environment in Asia.

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F A C U LT Y & L E A D E R S H I P D E V E L O P M E N T
United Board Fellows Program
Mid-level faculty and administrators at Asian institutions gain new skills, fresh perspectives and increased confidence through the United Board Fellows Program. The program helps prepare Fellows for leadership positions at their home institutions, through short-term placements that expose them to ways that other universities and colleges manage similar issues. Over the two-year program cycle, Fellows participate in two placements of four months each at universities in the United States, Asia and Australia. With the support of a mentor at each host institution, the Fellow participates in campus life and learns how peers put leadership concepts into practice. Particular focus is given to the positions and responsibilities that the Fellow is expected to fill eventually at the home institution. The individual builds a valuable network of contacts with colleagues at host institutions and with other Fellows.
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“Earlier I would wait for opportunities to come my way; now I try to create opportunities for my students.”
— United Board Fellow Lilian Jasper, University of Calcutta

United Board Fellows enrich their host institutions, helping to internationalize their campuses and their academic networks. Twenty-eight Fellows are participating in the 2008–2010 program; there were 29 in the 2006–2008 cohort. Since the program was introduced in 2002, a total of 110 Fellows from ten countries have been involved in the program.

Fellow Zhang Xunjie (top photo, back row, center) with students during her placement at Lingnan College, Hong Kong and Fellow Prathana Langkarpint at Valparaiso University in wintry Indiana (left photo).

“The United Board Fellows Program will definitely play an important role in my professional life.”
— United Board Fellow Qianhua Yang, guizhou Normal University

F A C U LT Y & L E A D E R S H I P D E V E L O P M E N T
Regional Faculty Scholarship Program
One effective means to strengthen Asia’s institutions of higher education is to increase the number of faculty with master’s or PhD degrees. The Regional Faculty Scholarship Program provides support for faculty seeking these advanced degrees, while building bridges between academic institutions in Asia. Today, more and more Asian universities offer high-quality advanced degree programs. The United Board builds on this trend, implementing the Regional Faculty Scholarship Program in partnership with 12 institutions in Australia, China, India,
“The United Board program is a valuable opportunity for teachers like me to learn and share our knowledge with Asian scholars and teachers and other international fellows.”
— Regional Scholar Sri Mulyani of Sanata Dharma University is a PhD candidate in English at Ateneo de Manila University

Indonesia, Korea, the Philippines and Thailand. These host universities recruit and select young faculty from United Boardrelated institutions, then oversee their programs of study. The scholars who participate in the program return to their home institutions with advanced degrees, international perspectives and networks, and strong English skills. They are able to develop new courses, employ new teaching methodologies, share knowledge with their colleagues and students, and gain access to additional sources of research material. They also help enrich their host institutions, by bringing new voices and different experiences to their classrooms and campuses. Since its founding in 2001, the program has helped 173 scholars complete their degrees. An additional 30 scholars will finish their degrees before the middle of 2010.

Debbie Bautista on the campus of Macquarie University with Regional Scholar Neil Rupidara (left) and former United Board Fellow Nguyen Minh Tho Le (right).

“My current study is applicable to my own local situation and will be a good take-off point for future work in my home university’s professional and outreach programs.”
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Institute for Advanced Study in Asian Cultures and Theologies (IASACT)
Inter-religious understanding is central to the United Board’s mission and all of its programs. Through the Institute for Advanced Study in Asian Cultures and Theologies (IASACT), the United Board provides space and time for Asian theologians to deepen their own understanding of theologies and traditions. The program also creates a forum for colleagues from across Asia to discuss sensitive issues and explore common ground and differences. Over the course of the six-week residential program, scholars undertake research and writing in the broad area of Asian cultures and theologies. As a result, participants are better equipped to strengthen theological education in their universities and colleges, promote intra-Asian theological dialogue and encourage cross-disciplinary discussions. Representatives of the Graduate Theological Union of Berkeley, California, also participate in IASACT, as a means to engage North American and Asian scholars in joint exploration of theologies. Each scholar completes a working paper while in residence at IASACT, which often leads to further sharing of their insights through published journal articles, a contributed chapter to a book or a completed dissertation. IASACT was introduced in 2004 and the composition of its participants illustrates the program’s success in facilitating broad, diverse dialogue. Since its inception, 92 scholars from 53 institutions in 14 countries have benefited from the time IASACT affords for reflection, interaction and network-building.

“One can truly, truly be productive in the environment provided by IASACT.”
— Bonita Aleaz, University of Calcutta

“I instill Christian and ethical values in my teaching in a more intense way after my experience with the United Board.”
— Pushpa Joseph, University of Madras

IASACT enables Asian theologians to deepen their understanding of theologies and traditions.

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F A C U LT Y & L E A D E R S H I P D E V E L O P M E N T
Asian University Leaders Program
New leaders of Asian universities and colleges benefit from a direct exchange of information with their peers, as well as from specialized skills training in fundraising and administration. The Asian University Leaders Program (AULP) convenes new university or college trustees, presidents, vice presidents, deans and key support staff from institutions across Asia for a four-day program of practical analysis and best practices. A key aspect of this program has been the opportunity for participants to reflect on the meaning of Christian presence in higher education in Asia and, in particular, within their own institutions. This helps lay the groundwork for discussion with their peers on academic excellence, quality assessment, and ethics and governance. AULP is an excellent opportunity to strengthen networks among the university leaders and, for the United Board, to renew relations with longtime partner institutions.
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While the typical AULP draws participants from across Asia, the United Board also has conducted country-specific leadership programs. In April 2009, a program in Hanoi provided a forum for leaders of Vietnamese universities and colleges to focus on administrative and academic issues particular to their country, its state of development and its educational practices. Nearly 100 administrators from 66 institutions have taken part in AULP regional workshops since the program’s inception in 2003. Country-specific workshops, which typically draw about 20 administrators, have been held in India, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam.
“I enjoyed the sessions which were very useful to me and also eye opening regarding the challenges ahead and also the responsibility as a Christian leader.”
— gunaseeli Sathiyamoorthy, Lady Doak College

“The program gave me information for evaluation and improvement, effective elements of leadership training and the ability to carry out my University’s strategic plan for capacity building and improvement of teaching quality.”
— Dr. Vo Van Sen, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University

AULP engages new university leaders from across Asia at its Hong Kong gathering or within a single country, such as Vietnam.

The Local Knowledge Initiative builds a network of institutions with the capacity to collect, preserve and share Asia’s rich repository of indigenous knowledge and cultural traditions.

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I M P R O V E M E N T O F C A M P U S FA C I L I T I E S
To meet the challenges of preparing students for the twenty-first century, Asian institutions of higher education often need to modernize their physical facilities. The United Board has served as an intermediary between several of its Asian partner institutions and U.S.-based funders for campus construction projects. One source of support has been a publicprivate partnership supported by the USAID’s Office of American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA). ASHA provides grant assistance to U.S. organizations on behalf of selected schools, libraries and hospitals overseas that are founded or sponsored by U.S. citizens and incorporate America’s high standards for education. Since 1976, the United Board has received ASHA grants on behalf of six Asian universities, totaling more than $11 million. Most recently, the United Board has received funding for the construction of a women’s dormitory and a laboratory for the pharmacy program at Payap University in Thailand and for
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improving library technology at Satya Wacana University in Indonesia. The Henry Luce Foundation generously committed more than $1 million for the renovation of campus facilities at three Asian universities, which the United Board administered. At Central Philippines University, physical improvements will make it possible for the library to offer more student services. The renovated auditorium at Silliman University will enable the university to host lectures by leading public figures and cultural programs. At Satya Wacana Christian University, capital upgrades to the university center will help it play a more important role in campus life. The United Board administered these grants at no additional costs to the partner institution or the funders. Former trustee Ed Sue contributed his time and expertise as a consulting architect for the Luce reconstruction projects.

ASHA-supported construction of a dormitory at Payap University (top); planning for renovations supported by the Henry Luce Foundation.

PRO gR A M CALENDAR
The United Board convened or cosponsored the following seminars, workshops and consultations during the period of July 1, 2007 – June 30, 2009. Institute of Advanced Study in Asian Cultures and Theologies (IASACT) July 1–21, 2007 Hong Kong IASACT Faculty Committee Management November 17, 2007 Hong Kong Workshop on Women and Social Work in Asia December 16–18, 2007 Fuzhou, China Asia University Leadership Program January 22–Feburary 2, 2008 Hong Kong Service Learning Workshop May 21–31, 2008 Hong Kong Institute of Advanced Study in Asian Cultures and Theologies June 8–17, 2008 Hong Kong United Board Fellows Leadership Seminar July 28– Aug 2, 2008 Hong Kong Asian Christian Faculty Fellowship October 21–23, 2008 Manila, Philippines IASACT Faculty Committee Meeting November 8, 2008 Hong Kong Asian Christian Faculty Fellowship November 12–16, 2008 Bali, Indonesia Asian University Leadership Program February 2–7, 2009 Hong Kong Asian University Leadership Program April 13–20, 2009 Hanoi, Vietnam Environment Workshop May 2–6, 2009 Dumaguete City, Philippines Workshop on Digital Humanities in Asia May 20–22, 2009 Hong Kong Asian Pacific Regional Conference on Service Learning June 1–5, 2009 Hong Kong Liberal Arts Workshop June 1–5, 2009 Hong Kong Institute of Advanced Study in Asian Cultures and Theologies June 14–30, 2009 Hong Kong Environment Consultation June 25–27, 2009 Hong Kong

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UNITED BOARD’S NET wORK IN A SIA
The United Board’s partner institutions are instrumental in the successful development and implementation of its programs. Through this network of colleges and universities, the United Board is able to support leadership and faculty development and address pressing issues in higher education.
CAMBODIA Royal University of Phnom Penh CHINA Amity Foundation Central China Normal University Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Fudan University Fujian Hwa Nan Women’s College Ginling Women’s College Guizhou Normal University Nanjing University Peking University Qinghai Normal University Renmin University of China Shaanxi Normal University Shanghai University Sichuan Normal University Sichuan University Suzhou University Xiamen University Yanbian University Yanbian University of Science and Technology Yanjing Theological Seminary Yunnan University Zhejiang University EAST TIMOR Universidade da Paz Universidade Nationale Timor Larosae HONg KONg Chinese University of Hong Kong (Chung Chi College) Hong Kong Baptist University Hong Kong Polytechnic University Institute of Sino-Christian Studies Lingnan University INDIA The American College Bishop Heber College Christ University Eastern Theological College Gurukul Lutheran Theological College and Research Institute Isabella Thoburn College Lady Doak College Madras Christian College Scottish Church College St. Ann’s College of Education St. Christopher’s College of Education Stella Maris College Union Christian College University of Madras Women’s Christian College INDONESIA Artha Wacana Christian University Duta Wacana Christian University Gadjah Mada University Indonesian Consortium for Religious Studies Maranatha Christian University Petra Christian University Parahyangan Catholic University Paulus Christian University Sam Ratulangi University Satya Wacana Christian University Universitas Kristen Indonesia Maluku Universitas Kristen Indonesia Toraja Universitas Pelita Harapan JAPAN International Christian University Sophia University Tokyo Union Theological Seminary KOREA Ewha Womans University Seoul Women’s University Soongsil University Yonsei University MYANMAR Myanmar Institute of Theology PHILIPPINES Ateneo de Manila University Central Philippine University De La Salle University Miriam College Silliman University Southern Christian College St. Scholastica’s College TAIwAN Chang Jung Christian University Fu Jen Catholic University Soochow University Tunghai University THAILAND Assumption University Payap University VIETNAM Hue University Institute for International Relations University of Social Sciences and Humanities Vietnam National University

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UNITED BOARD SUPPORTER S
Individuals from many walks of life share the United Board’s commitment to supporting higher education in Asia. This past year, two individuals demonstrated this commitment with generous contributions. She returned to the United States in 1937 and married G.H. Wang, then China’s Vice Consul in Chicago, in 1938. They raised four children. She continued working as a nurse, then began a career as a financial advisor. More than 70 years after completing her own studies in China, Mrs. Wang’s desire to support young students in China remained strong. Her daughter Nancy said her mother felt this bequest to the United Board would create opportunities for other women in China to pursue their educational goals. College in Nanjing was a formative experience in her life. Thanks to her generosity, an endowment has been established to provide scholarships to Ginling students. She taught school in China and studied English before coming to the United States in 1947 as a scholarship student at Florida Southern College. After graduating in 1951, she moved to Washington and received a master’s degree in library science from Catholic University in 1956. She joined the Library of Congress staff in 1958. After her retirement in 2001, she started a fellowship program for students pursuing research on Asian studies at the Library of Congress. Her attorney said that Ms. Moeson believed Ginling College formed the foundation of her higher education and, thus launched her professional life. Her gift will help a new generation of young women pursue their own academic and professional aspirations.
Photo of Gladys Wang, courtesy of Nancy Wang. Photo of Florence Moeson, courtesy of Tien Doan and Judy Lu of the Asian Division, Library of Congress.

gladys wang Gladys Chin Wang, who made a generous bequest to the United Board in her will, was motivated by a sense of gratitude for the help she received for her own education in China in the 1930s. This remarkable woman, who died at age 96 in September 2008, left Chicago for China at the age of 12, attending True Light (Zhenguang) Middle School in Guangzhou, Yenching University (now Peking University) and Peking Union Medical College in Beijing. After receiving her nursing degree, she worked in Shanghai as the director of nursing arts for the Red Cross during the Japanese invasion.
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Florence Moeson Florence Tan Moeson, who died in November 2008, was another quiet philanthropist. She worked for more than 40 years as a cataloger of Chinese materials at the Library of Congress. A native of Guangzhou, a bequest in her will made it clear that her education at Ginling

gIVINg TO THE UNITED BOARD
We invite you to support the United Board’s work in the academic communities of Asia. Just as past contributions have established endowments that support much of our work, your contribution ensures the ongoing strength and vitality of the United Board. It strengthens the United Board’s network of colleges and universities so that it can respond to the emerging needs of Asia. We welcome both unrestricted gifts to support the work of the United Board and gifts designated for United Board approved projects at specific schools in Asia or for United Board projects, such as the United Board Fellows Program, Regional Scholars Program or Asian University Leaders Program. The United Board is a tax-exempt, charitable 501(c)(3) organization in the United States, and all contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by U.S. law. Please note that gifts made to our Hong Kong office are tax-deductible in Hong Kong but not in the United States. To contribute via the United Board’s website: www.unitedboard.org/giving To make a gift by mail: United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 1221 New York, NY 10115 or 1/F, Chung Chi College Administration Building Chinese University of Hong Kong Shatin, Hong Kong To make a gift of stocks or securities, please contact the United Board at 1.212.870.2600. Please consider remembering the work of the United Board in your estate plans.

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DONORS
The United Board is grateful to the many donors who support its work. This list recognizes contributions received during the period July 1, 2007 – June 30, 2009 ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, UNIVERSITY AND CHURCH DONORS American Baptist Churches of the Pacific Coast Carleton College Chung Chi Alumni Association of Southern California Filipino-American United Church of Christ — New York First Presbyterian Church Ginling Association in America National Chapter Ontario Silliman University Alumni Association People’s Ind. Church of Christ Phillipine American Community of Bergen County Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Foundation Presbyterian Church (USA) Worldwide Ministries Division Prospect Street United Methodist Church Silliman Alumni Association in Chicago (SAI) Silliman Alumni Association, Inc. Silliman Alumni Association Southern California Silliman Association Montreal Silliman University Alumni Association Houston Silliman University Alum Association National Capital Region

Silliman University Alumni Association, Pacific Northwest Chapter SLANF USA Midwest Chapter St. Luke’s Alumni Nursing Foundation USA St. Luke’s Alumni USA Foundation, Class of 1963 St. Luke’s Alumni USA Foundation, Class of 1965 St. Luke’s Alumni USA Foundation, Class of 1968 St. Luke’s Alumni USA Foundation, Class of 1969 St. Luke’s Alumni USA Foundation, Class of 1971 St. Luke’s Alumni USA Foundation, Class of 1977 Tunghai University Alumni Association of Northern Texas The United Church of Christ United Methodist Church — Women’s Division FOUNDATION AND TRUST DONORS American Schools and Hospitals Abroad — USAID Anonymous Bishop Yousoon Kim Memorial Foundation Chia Family Foundation, Inc. Chingwan Tcheng Trust The Freeman Foundation GE Foundation Harvard-Yenching Institute Allen and Jean Lovejoy Family Trust The Henry Luce Foundation, Inc. Eleanor N. Marcy Trust Open Society Institute Tsai Fan Yu Foundation CORPORATE AND MATCHINg gIFTS ACP Health Care Resources, Inc.

Cassel Health Services, Inc. Golden Bear Insurance Lexmor Consulting Inc. Pfizer United Way Campaign Polytex Fibers Corporation Shilla Bakery TJ fuller Corp Vagthols Residential Care Center, Inc. Wachovia Bank, N.A. ESTATE gIFTS Estate of Mei Yu Dju Estate of Martha McCracken Howard Estate of Florence Tan Moeson Estate of Gladys Wang Estate of Judy Chang Wenderoth Estate of Melvin R. Watson BENEFACTORS — ($10,000 + ) Mr. C. J. Alexander Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Lejo Brana Mr. Richard G. Carter Prof. Su-Shing Chen Dr. Sun-Oak Choi Mr. Richard Chung Won Pal Chung Mr. and Mrs. Ravenel Curry Mrs. Independencia Brana de la Cruz Dr. and Mrs. Rolando Del Carmen Dr. Liberation Bongato Deleon Mrs. Elizabeth L. Engle Mrs. Clara S. John Dr. and Mrs. Eusebio C. Kho Choong H. Kim, M.D. Drs. Moon Hyun and Yong Cha Kim Sung Uk Kim Dr. and Mrs. Yong H. Kim Dr. Yoon Ok Kim Chol J. Lee, M.D. Dr. Christopher S. Lee Dong Kyu Lee Mr. and Mrs. Hasung Lee

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C O N S O L I D AT E D F I N A N C I A L I N F O R M AT I O N

Y E AR EN D ED JU N E 30 , 2 009 WIT H SUM M AR I ZED I N F O RM AT I O N F O R 2 0 0 8 Unrestricted Support and Revenue Church board grants and gifts Foundation gifts General public gifts U.S. Government Change in value of beneficial interest in remainder trust Endowment income Other investment income Other income Net assets released from temporary restriction Total support and revenue Expenses Program services Management and general Fundraising Total expenses Excess (deficit) of support and revenue over expenses Other changes in net assets Investment return in excess (deficit) of amount designated for current operations Postretirement health benefit obligation Increase (decrease) in net assets Net assets Beginning of year End of year Temporarily Restricted Permanently Restricted 2009 Total 2008 Total

$891,520 434,420 4,906,329 6,744 30,110 3,120,798 9,389,921 6,700,785 1,101,719 466,797 8,269,301 1,120,620 (25,484,893)

$100,000 511,590 1,006,327 (80,065) 911,585 (3,120,798) (671,361)

109,225

2,046

$991,520 1,055,235 1,006,327 (80,065) 5,817,914 8,790 30,110 8,829,831 6,700,785 1,101,719 466,797 8,269,301

$190 $745,563 1,466,804 102,705 (51,519) 5,503,349 47,365 6,723 7,821,180 5,886,662 1,020,617 570,701 7,477,980 343,200 (17,758,082) (752,100)

111,271

(671,361) (3,200,288)

111,271

560,530 (28,685,181)

(24,364,273) 92,747,936 $68,383,663

(3,871,649) 11,645,915 $7,774,266

111,271 10,712,090 $10,823,361

(28,124,651) 115,105,941 $86,981,290

(18,166,982) 133,272,923 $115,105,941
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A copy of the United Board’s full audited financial statements prepared by Tait, Weller & Baker, Certified Public Accountant is available upon request.

Dr. Nancy E. Chapman Associate Master, Morningside College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong UNITED BOARD TRUSTEES Dr. Ching-mai wu (Chair) Vice Chairman, Pojaa.com Dr. Michael gilligan (Vice Chair) President, The Henry Luce Foundation Dr. Ruth Hayhoe (Secretary) Professor, Department of Theory and Policy Studies, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto; President Emerita, Hong Kong Institute of Education Mr. Anthony Ruger (Treasurer) Senior Research Fellow, Center for the Study of Theological Education, Auburn Theological Seminary, New York Dr. Paul P. Appasamy Vice Chancellor, Karunya University, Coimbatore, India Dr. Judith A. Berling Professor, Chinese Intellectual History and Religions and former Dean and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Graduate Theological Union Dr. Charles Booth* Retired Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer, The Bank of New York
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Dr. Shin Chiba Professor of Political Thought and Former Dean of the Graduate School, International Christian University, Japan Dr. I. John Hesselink* Former Professor of Theology, Tokyo Union Theological Seminary; President Emeritus and Professor Emeritus, Western Theological Seminary Janet E. Hunt, Esq. Former Senior Vice President and Division Manager, Personal Asset Management Division, Irving Trust Company Dr. william K. Lee President, Cardiac Associates of New Jersey; former Director of Cardiology,Valley Hospital Ridgewood, New Jersey; Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Dr. william Lesher* Chair, Council for a Parliament of the World’s Religions; President Emeritus, Lutheran School of Theology

Sr. Mary John Mananzan OSB Prioress, Manila Priory of the Congregation of the Missionary Benedictine Sisters of Tutzing; President Emerita, St. Scholastica’s College Dr. D. Preman Niles Former General Secretary of the Council for World Mission and Emeritus Professor of Ecumenical Theology. Served on the staff of the World Council of Churches and the Christian Conference of Asia Dr. Joon Surh Park University Distinguished Professor and Dean of Myungji Christian Academy, Myungji University; Professor Emeritus, former Dean of the Theological College, the Graduate School, and Vice President of Academic Affairs, Yonsei University Dr. Elizabeth J. Perry Henry Rosovsky Professor of Government, Harvard University; Director, HarvardYenching Institute Mr. Barnabas Suebu* Governor of Papua; Former Indonesian Ambassador to Mexico, Honduras and Panama; Nenberm Advisory Boards of Association of Christian Intellectuals in Asia; Association of Pancasila Intellectuals, and Council of Christian Schools in Indonesia.

Dr. willi Toisuta President Emeritus, Satya Wacana University; Secretary, National Board of Accreditation for Indonesian Universities and Colleges; Founder and Chair, Institute for Good Governance and Regional Development, Indonesia Dr. Angela wai Ching wong Associate Professor, Department of Cultural and Religious Studies, and Head, Graduate Division of Cultural Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Dr. Xinping Zhou* Professor and Director, Institute of World Religions and Director, Center for the Study of Religion, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences *Retired from the board in July 2009.

UNITED BOARD STAFF July 1, 2007 — June 30, 2009 Dr. Patricia Stranahan President Dr. Betty Cernol-McCann Vice President of Programs Ms. Mary Bruun Scarpinato Chief Financial Officer Mr. Raymond Bailey* Assistant to the President, Board Liaison Dr. Avron Boretz Program Director Ms. Melanie Chung Program Associate Ms. Anne Dyer* Staff Accountant Ms. Candy Eng* Vice President for Finance and Development Ms. Emily Fries* Director, Development and Communications Ms. Gloria Godfrey Program Associate Ms. Shanna M. Hamilton Assistant to the President, Board Liaison Dr. Nirmala Jeyaraj* Program Director Ms. Nancy Kavanagh* Accounting Assistant Ms. Iris Ng* Director, Finance and Administration Ms. Anne Ofstedal Director, Fellowship and Scholarship Programs Ms. Louisa So Program Associate Mr. Jason Wan* Program Associate Mr. Jonathan Wolff Director, Grants Management Ms. Catharina Worthington* Staff Accountant *On staff for part of this period.
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