Newport Beach residents Jamie El-Erian and Steve...

Newport Beach residents Jamie El-Erian and Steve Milligan have been

elected to the board of directors for Court Appointed Special

Advocates of Orange County, a nonprofit organization that provides

advocates for children who have been removed from their parents' care

because of abuse, neglect or abandonment.

El-Erian, an attorney, has has assisted the organization with

reaching foster children on its waiting list.

Milligan and his wife have provided leadership for the group's

annual Pumpkins and Pancakes event at South Coast Plaza. Milligan is

the chief financial officer for Western Digital.


Orange Coast College will induct three former students into its

Alumni Hall of Fame in a ceremony Sept. 29.

The inductees are Inonge Mbikusita-Lewanika, the Republic of

Zambia's ambassador to the United States; Paul Frank, director and

head designer of Paul Frank Industries; and former Major League

Baseball player Brent Mayne.

Mbikusita-Lewanika graduated from the college with an associate's

degree in home economics in 1962. She has worked with the United

Nations Children's Fund, has served two terms in the Zambian

parliament, and was ambassador and special envoy for the president of

the Republic of Zambia.

Frank was a student at Orange Coast College from 1994 to 1996.

Paul Frank Industries, his $100-million design business, sells

clothing, accessories and watches.

Mayne played baseball at Orange Coast College in 1987 under his

father, Mike Mayne, who was a baseball and football coach at the

college for 28 years.

Brent Mayne went on to play for two years at Cal State Fullerton

and then enjoyed a 15-year career, playing on seven big league teams.

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