Kim Chase ’68

Just finished 3 years working in remote Alaska planning a new $300M plus new culturally and environmentally relevant hospital/clinic for the Yupik Eskimo. Working with the Yupik was a rare experience as they are one of the few intact native American cultures that is thriving even in the face of global warming/melting of the permafrost and loss of many marine resources.

Now I am pleased to be working across the alumni years with very dedicated Thacher alums to find a way to save the current Thacher School dining room building. What great, talented alums Thacher has!!

Kim Chase CdeP 1968

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