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Amy Alving

Amy Alving *88 

Conflict of Interest
Alumni Trustee 2019 – 2023

Arlington, VA

Current public directorships:

DXC Technology Company, a supplier to the oil and gas industry  

Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae)

Howmet Aerospace Inc

Former public directorships: Pall Corporation, a supplier to the oil and gas industry (from 2010 until 2015)

Alving is a technology leader whose career spans business, government and academia. She has been the Chief Technology Officer of one of the largest U.S. defense contractors.

Jackson A. Artis '20

Young Alumni Trustee 2020 – 2024

Systems Engineer, Analytical Graphics, Inc.

Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins

Phoenixville, PA

Artis is a mechanical and aerospace engineer with certificates in Chinese Language and Culture and Robotics and Intelligent Systems. During his time on campus, he also performed with Fuzzy Dice Improv Comedy, co-hosted the late-night comedy talk show All Nighter, and recorded music with the stage name Ajax the Lesser.

Jackson Artis

A. Scott Berg ‘71

Charter Trustee 2011 – 2021

Alumni Trustee 1999 - 2003


Los Angeles, CA


Partner: Movie producer Kevin McCormick


Berg expanded his senior thesis into a full-length biography, Max Perkins: Editor of Genius (1978), which won a National Book Award. His second book was Goldwyn: A Biography. Berg's third book Lindbergh, won the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography. In 2003 Berg published Kate Remembered. His biography of Woodrow Wilson was published in 2013.

Berg also wrote the story for Making Love (1982), the first major studio drama to address the subjects of gay love, closeted marriages, and coming out. He has contributed articles to magazines such as Architectural Digest and Vanity Fair.

A. Scott Berg

Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo ‘87
Alumni Trustee 2018 – 2022 

Professor & Chair, Dept. of Epidemiology & Biostatistics; Professor of Medicine; Vice Dean of Population Health and Health Equity, University of California, San Francisco

San Francisco, CA 

Dr. Bibbins-Domingo is a general internist, cardiovascular disease epidemiologist, and a national leader in prevention and interventions to address health disparities.

Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo

Josh Bolten ‘76 

Conflict of Interest
Term Trustee 2018 – 2022

TermTrustee 2023-2027

President and CEO, Business Roundtable

Chevy Chase, MD

Partner: Ann Kelly Bolten ‘92

Other current public directorships: Emerson Electric Co which supplies fossil fuel companies

Other current roles: BP plc International Advisory Board

United States Holocaust Memorial Council (Board of Trustees)

Joshua Brewster Bolten is an American lawyer and politician. Bolten served as the White House Chief of Staff to U.S. President George W. Bush. Since 2017, he has been president and CEO of the Business Roundtable, whose members are chief executive officers of major United States companies.

Josh Bolten

Katherine Brittain Bradley ’86 P’15 P’18

Charter Trustee 2013 – 2021

Term trustee 2008-2012

Venture Forward campaign steering committee co-chairs with Blair Effron '84 and James Yeh '87

Founder and Chair, CityBridge Foundation

Washington, DC

Major donor

Other current private directorships: National Geographic Society, Vice chair 

KIPP Foundation, Board Chair (America's largest network of public charter schools)

Partner: Entrepreneur, and magazine publisher David G. Bradley

Citybridge´s mission is to incubate the people, ideas, and conversations needed for equity-driven innovation in DC’s public schools. Bradley is also a board member of the DC College Access Program. She is a former chair and current member of the Washington regional board for Teach For America.

Katherine Bradley

Pete Briger ‘86 

Conflict of Interest

Term Trustee 2020 – 2024

Founder and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Fortress Investment Group

Atherton, CA which owns New Fortress Energy a provider of natural gas; has a limited partner interest in Red Rocks Energy Partners which owns and develops oil and gas assets in Oklahoma; 

Fortress manages three publicly traded permanent capital vehicles as part of the Private Equity business including Fortress Transportation and Infrastructure (“FTAI”) which owns infrastructure and equipment for the energy industry including a multi-modal crude oil and refined products terminal in Beaumont, Texas,  Long Ridge Energy Terminal which includes a gas fired power plant and natural gas liquids storage and Repauno Port & Rail Terminal along the Delaware River in Greenwich Township, New Jersey which is designed to handle energy products and has a hard rock cavern for storing bulk liquid/gases.


​Major donor - donated over $2.9 million

Other current private roles: Long Arc Capital Board of Advisors

UCSF Foundation director


Partner: Devon Briger


Briger is a Principal and Co-Chairman of the Board of Directors of Fortress. He has served as a member of the board of directors of Fortress since November 2006 and was elected Co-Chairman in August 2009. Previously at Goldman Sachs. Listed by Forbes as a billionaire in 2007 and 2008.

Pete Briger

Sumir Chadha '93

Conflict of Interest

Term Trustee 2019- 2023

Managing Director, WestBridge Capital - owns companies which supply or depend on fossil fuel industry including Cognizant, The Supreme Industries LtdStovekraft, KMC Construction

Hillsborough, CA

Major donor

Other current private directorships: Aptus Value Housing Finance India Ltd

Star Health and Allied Insurance Co Ltd

India Shelter Finance Corp Ltd

Vistaar Financial Services

Chadha is the co-founder and Managing Director of WestBridge Capital, a leading investment firm focused on India with over $2.5 billion of capital under management. Sumir also co-founded and was Managing Director of Sequoia Capital India. Early in his career, he worked in the Principal Investment Area (PIA) at Goldman Sachs, and at McKinsey & Co. Trustee Crystal Springs Uplands School. global-india-established-princeton with-leading-genx-philanthropist-sumir- chadha/article_715287fe-e95e-11e9-b10a-930ab5fcabe3.html

Sumir Chadha

Beth F. Cobert ‘80

Alumni Trustee 2017- 2021

Charter Trustee 2022-2030


CEO, Skillful, A Markle Initiative

Denver, CO

Partner: Adam Cioth ‘81


Other current public directorships: CBRE

Served as the acting Director for the United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM) from July 10, 2015 to January 20, 2017. As of March 2021, she is Chief Operating Officer of the Markle Foundation and Chief Executive Officer of Skillful, an initiative of that foundation. Cobert previously worked  from 1984–2013 at McKinsey & Company as a director and senior partner.

Beth Cobert

Janeria A. Easley *16
Alumni Trustee Graduate School 2020 - 2024

Assistant Professor, Emory University 
Decatur, GA

Janeria Easley is an Assistant Professor in the department of African American Studies. She received her B.A in Sociology and English from Duke University. She received her Ph.D. in Sociology, with a concentration in Demography, from Princeton University. Her research and teaching specialties are: Racial and Ethnic Relations, Demography, Social Stratification, and Urban Studies. Her research advances the understanding of racial stratification in two broad areas.

Henri R. Ford ’80 S’82 P’17

Charter Trustee 2016 - 2024

Term Trustee 2010-2014

Dean & Chief Academic Officer, University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine

Miami, FL

Partner: Donna Ford ‘82 Advisory Council, African American Studies Department, Princeton

Ford is a Haitian-American pediatric surgeon. He previously served as chief of surgery at Children's Hospital Los Angeles and Vice Dean for Medical Education at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. He is currently appointed Dean of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.

Janeria Easley
Henri Ford

Laura Forese '83 P'13, P'18

Charter Trustee 2015 - 2023

Term Trustee 2010 – 2014

EVP and COO, New York-Presbyterian

New York, NY

Other current public directorships: Cantel Medical Corp. - a leading provider of infection prevention products and services in the healthcare market


Partner: Dr. Robert John Downey, Surgeon


Forese, M.D., M.P.H., is the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of New York-Presbyterian, one of the nation’s most comprehensive, integrated academic healthcare systems.

Laura Forese
Heather Gerken

Heather Gerken '91 S'91

Charter Trustee 2019-2027

Alumni Trustee 2014 -2018


Dean and Sol & Lillian Goldman Professor of Law, Yale Law School

New Haven, CT

Other current roles: Trustee, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Partner: Yale lecturer David Simon ‘91


Heather Gerken is the Dean and Sol & Lillian Goldman Professor of Law at Yale Law School. Dean Gerken is one of the country’s leading experts on constitutional law and election law. A founder of the “nationalist school” of federalism, her work focuses on federalism, diversity, and dissent. constitutional-law-prepares-new-role

C. Kim Goodwin '81 S'81

Charter Trustee 2014-2022, former Clerk of the Board

Alumni Trustee 2004-2008


Managing Partner, Avanico Holdings, LLC 

Hato Rey, PR

Major donor

Other current public directorships: TJX Companies Inc

Popular Inc. (bank)

Partner: Jose Figueroa ‘81


Goodwin is CEO of Avanico Holdings LLC.  She is the former Managing Director and Head of Equities for Credit Suisse Asset Management, and was Equities Chief Investment Officer for both State Street Research and American Century Investments. Goodwin sat inside Nassau Hall to pressure Princeton’s trustees to divest the endowment from South African investments.

Paul G. Haaga Jr '70 P'03, P'05 

Conflict of Interest

Charter Trustee 2014 – 2022

Former Chairman, Capital Research and Management Company

La Canada, CA

Major Donor


Donor and National Council Co-chair of the American Enterprise Institute which promotes climate denial


Donor and former member of the Board of Overseers of the Hoover Institution which promotes climate denial

Haaga is the Chair of the Facebook Oversight Board

Former member of the Board of Overseers of the University of Pennsylvania Law School (Chairman 2007-2013)

Partner: Artist and Vassar Trustee Heather Haaga


In 2012, Haaga retired from his role as Chairman, Chairman of Executive Committee and Director of Capital Research and Management Company which is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Capital Group Companies Inc. The Capital Group is heavily invested in ExxonMobil,  Chevron, Shell, Occidental Petroleum, Valero, Chesapeake Energy etc.

C. Kim Goodwin
Paul Haaga

Philip Hammarskjold '87 P'18, P'19 

Conflict of Interest

Charter Trustee 2016 - 2024

Vice-Chair of the Board

Former Chair of PRINCO


Executive Chairman, Hellman & Friedman LLC where he is a lead on the Energy and Industrials Sector which invests in companies which are suppliers to or dependent upon the fossil fuel industry including:  Enverus, Texas Genco

Atherton, CA

Other current roles: UCSF Foundation - Chair of the Board


Partner: Alicia Brooke Carew


Executive Chairman of Hellman & Friedman and serves as Chairman of the Firm’s Investment Committee and a member of the Compensation Committee. Philip joined H&F in 1992. Founded in 1984, Hellman & Friedman (H&F) is one of the oldest private equity investment firms operating today. Grandnephew of Dag Hammarskjold, the late United Nations Secretary General.

Yan Huo *94 S*95, P'22

Term Trustee 2017 – 2021

Term Trustee 2022-2026

Managing Partner & Chief Investment Officer, Capula Investment Management LLP, a hedge fund that focusses on European government debt

London, UK

Major donor

Trustee: Fudan University, Shanghai


Partner: Dr. Xue Fang *95


Yan Huo is managing partner and chief investment officer of Capula Investment Management. Prior to co-founding Capula in 2005, Yan spent most of his professional career at JPMorgan, where he worked in its derivatives research and proprietary positioning business. Net worth over $1 billion. Signed the Giving Pledge.

Philip Hammarskjold
Yan Huo

Myesha Jemison '18

Young Alumni Trustee 2018 -2022

Product Development Manager, McMaster-Carr

Atlanta, GA


As a PhD candidate at Cambridge, Myesha plans to focus her research on exploring the inequity in education opportunities and outcomes, address how education can be made more equitable, and how research can be more than a distorted reflection imagined by outsiders studying communities unfamiliar to them.

Myesha Jemison
Kimberly Johnson

Kimberly H. Johnson '95 S'95 P27


Charter Trustee 2023 - 2031

Term Trustee 2018-2022

At large alum trustee candidate in 2016 but not elected


Chair Finance Committee

COO and a vice president of T. Rowe Price Group, Inc

McLean, VA

Major donor


Other current public directorships: Eli Lilly & Company


Partner: Mark Johnson ‘95 - Co-Founder and the Managing Partner of Astra Capital Management


COO and a vice president of T. Rowe Price Group, Inc. She is a member of the company’s management committee, product strategy committee and enterprise risk steering committee, as well as chair of the strategic operating committee.

Formerly executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Federal National Mortgage Association ("Fannie Mae") and is a member of Fannie Mae's Management Committee. Prior to that, Johnson held various leadership positions with Fannie Mae, including chief risk officer. Before joining Fannie Mae in 2006, Ms. Johnson was a director at Credit Suisse Group AG.

Ann Kirschner *78

Alumni Trustee 2017 – 2021

Dean Emerita, Macaulay Honors College at The City University of New York

New York, NY


Partner: Neurologist Dr. Harold Weinberg

Other current public directorships: Movado Group (watches)

Other current private directorships: Noodle (online education)

Strategic Cyber Ventures (cyber venture capital)

Kirschner's eclectic career includes lecturer, author, and media and marketing pioneer in broadcast television, cable, satellite, and interactive media.

Ann Kirschner
Melanie Lawson

Melanie Lawson '76

Alumni Trustee 2017-2021

Reporter and Anchor, KTRK-Television

Houston, TX


A journalist and television news anchor with KTRK-TV, Houston’s ABC affiliate, for more than 30 years. She earned an A.B. from Princeton in 1976 and an M.A. and J.D. from Columbia. Lawson has lived with multiple sclerosis for more than 25 years.

Anthony H. P. Lee '79 P'11, P'14

Charter Trustee 2019 - 2027

Term Trustee 2014-2018

Director, Aberon Pty Ltd.

Sydney, Australia

Major donor

Other current public directorships: Beyond International (TV)

Television Broadcasts Limited (TV Hong Kong) 

Hysan Development (Hong Kong)

Partner: Sharon Lee


A private investor who is director of Aberon Pty Ltd, a private investment company. He has an MBA from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Before moving to Australia in 1987, Lee worked as a corporate finance executive for a British merchant bank in Hong Kong.

Anthony Lee
Paul Maeder

Laura Bilodeau Overdeck ‘91

Term Trustee 2017 - 2021

Founder and President, Bedtime Math

Short Hills, NJ

Major donor - over $2 million donated


Partner: Hedge fund manager John Overdeck. Net worth over $1 billion.


Overdeck is an American maths education entrepreneur and philanthropist. She is a founding member of Women for a Stronger New Jersey (WSNJ), an organization working to grow the number of Republican women in elected office at the state and local level in New Jersey along with Kathy Hugin, wife of trustee Bob Hugin.

Bob Peck '88 P'20

Term Trustee 2019 - 2023


Major donor

Managing Director, FPR Partners

San Francisco, CA

Board member of the Fremont Group, The history of Fremont Group traces its roots to the early investments of Bechtel Group which invested in coal and oil. 

Miller Investment Management, Investment Strategy Committee 

Peck earned a degree in history from Princeton in 1988. He was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University, and went on to become managing director of FPR Partners in San Francisco, an investment firm he founded in 2003. Prior to 2003, Bob managed capital in Dallas Texas of the Perot family and the Murchison family.  With the Murchison family, Peck managed a "concentrated portfolio of value-oriented U.S. equities and a variety of hedge funds and alternative investments." 

Former Trustee Crystal Springs Uplands School.

Laura Overdeck
Bob Peck

Craig Robinson '83 P'18

Alumni Trustee 2018-2022

Executive Director of the National Association of Basketball Coaches

Mequon, WI


Brother of Michelle Obama ‘85

Partner: Kelly Mccrum

Board of Directors - Fyllo LLC  


College basketball coach, basketball executive, and broadcaster. Former head men's basketball coach at Oregon State University and Brown University. He was a star forward as a player at Princeton University in the early 1980s and a bond trader during the 1990s.

Craig Robinson
Louise Sams

Louise S. Sams '79

Charter Trustee 2015 – 2023, Current Chair of the Board

Charter Trustee 2004-2014

Retired Executive VP & General Counsel, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.

Atlanta, GA


Other current public directorships: CoStar Group (information for commercial real estate industry

D and Z Media Acquisition


Sams was the Executive Vice President and General Counsel of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a television and media conglomerate, from 2000 until 2019. Sams also served as President, Turner Broadcasting System International, Inc. from 2003 until 2012.

Terri Sewell '86

Alumni Trustee 2019 - 2023

U.S. Congresswoman

Birmingham, AL


American lawyer and politician. She is a member of the Democratic Party. She has served as the U.S. Representative since 2011 for Alabama's 7th congressional district, which includes most of the Black Belt, as well as most of the predominantly Black portions of Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, and Montgomery.

Brad Smith '81 S'81, P'15

Charter Trustee 2019 - 2027

Term Trustee 2014-2018

President and Chief Legal Officer, Microsoft

Bellevue, WA


Other current public directorships: Netflix

Advisory Board Member - Markle Foundation


Partner: Kathy Surace-Smith ’81, Trustee Columbia University


American attorney and technology executive currently serving as President of Microsoft, concurrently serving as chief legal officer.

Terri Sewell
Brad Smith

Sarah Stein '97

Charter Trustee 2020 - 2028


Young Alumni Trustee 1997-2001

Managing Partner, Hall Capital Partners LLC

Palo Alto, CA

Ms. Stein was appointed President of the firm in 2012. Her prior experience includes working in the Investment Management Division at Goldman Sachs & Co., the Fisher Family Foundation, and teaching English in Guangzhou, China.

Sarah Stein

Marco Tablada '93 

Term Trustee 2018 - 2022


Managing Partner, Alua Capital

New York, NY


Partner: Alyssa Cohen Tablada


Founder and managing partner of Wiborg Capital LLC. Prior to founding Wiborg in 2016, he was managing director, portfolio manager and member of the management committee of Lone Pine Capital LLC, which he joined in 2000. Previously, he spent six years at Tiger Management Corp. in New York.

Marco Tablada

Achille Tenkiang '17

Young Alumni Trustee 2017-2021

Mitchell Scholar, Class of 2021

Bear, DE


Achille Tenkiang ’17, of Bear, Delaware, graduated from Princeton in 2017 with an independent concentration in African studies and development, and certificates in urban studies and French.  He is an international arbitration legal assistant at White and Case LLP in Paris, France.

Sarah Varghese '19

Young Alumni Trustee 2019 - 2023

Business Analyst, McKinsey & Company

New Delhi, India


Varghese, of New Delhi, graduated in June with an A.B. in computer science.

She will join Digital McKinsey’s New York location as a business analyst, while also applying to master’s programs relating to the intersection of technology and society.

Achille Tenkiang
Sarah Varghese

Carla Vernón '92

Term Trustee 2020 – 2024

Vice President of Consumables Categories, Amazon

Edina, MN


Partner: Financial advisor Jason Bowles


In her previous post as president of the General Mills Natural & Organic Operating Unit, Vernón led both financial, strategic and environmental stewardship strategy for the largest portfolio of natural and organic brands in General Mills.

Carla Vernon
Melissa Wu

C. James Yeh '87 P'18, P'20 

Conflict of Interest

Charter Trustee 2015 - 2023

Term Trustee 2010-2014

Former Chair Finance Committee


Venture Forward campaign steering committee co-chairs with Katherine Brittain Bradley '86 and Blair Effron '84 

Major donor

President, Co-Chief Investment Officer, Citadel Investment Group LLC  Citadel invests in the energy sector and specifically commodities: natural gas, power, crude, and refined products

Hinsdale, IL


Yeh earned an A.B. in physics with a certificate in engineering physics from Princeton in 1987. He also holds a master’s degree and a Ph.D. in physics from University of California-Berkeley.

C James Yeh

Anthony Yoseloff '96

Term Trustee 2019- 2023


Executive Managing Member, Davidson Kempner Capital Management

New York, NY

Major donor - over $1 million donated

Member of Princeton University’s $1.75 billion Aspire Campaign Executive Committee 


Partner: Bryn Mawr Trustee Nanar Tabrizi Yoseloff


Yoseloff is Executive Managing Member and Chief Investment Officer of

Davidson Kempner which was ranked as the 9th largest hedge fund in the world. He received a J.D. from Columbia Law School and an M.B.A. from the Columbia Graduate School of Business Administration in 1999.

Trustee, New York Public Library Board of Trustees

Anthony Yoseloff

Kathryn Hall '80

Trustee Emerita

Chair of the Board 2011 - 2019

Charter Trustee 2006 - 2019

Trustee 2001 - 2005

PRINCO Chair 2008 - 2011

PRINCO Board 1998 - 2011

Founder and currently Co-Chair of Hall Capital Partners LLC, which she founded in 1994

Member of the Board of Directors of Laurel Trust Company

Chair of the Board Andrew W Mellon Foundation

Member of the Board of Directors of the UCSF Foundation

Kathryn Hall
Marisa Demeo

Marisa Demeo '88

Alumni Trustee 2021-2025

Associate Judge for the D.C. Superior Court

Co-chair of the D.C. Court’s Strategic Planning Leadership Council

Demeo also has served as chairperson of the Hispanic Bar Association of the District of Columbia Judicial Council,  Participated in both the “Every Voice” and “Adelante Tigres” alumni conferences at Princeton.

Blair Effron '84  P'23 P'25

Conflict of Interest

Term Trustee 2016-2020

Charter Trustee 2021-2029

Major donor - Effron Music Building

Venture Forward campaign steering committee co-chair with Katherine Brittain Bradley '86 and James Yeh '87.

Partner: Cheryl Cohen Effron  (Board of the Markle Foundation)

Sister: Brooke Weiner '91

Father: James W. Effron '53, former president of Effron Oil

Co-founder Centerview Partners, an international investment banking and advisory firm which ranks among the most active banking firms globally in strategic advisory. Advises multiple fossil fuel companies.

New York City

Member of the Board of Trustees of the Council on Foreign Relations

Member of the Board of Lincoln Center

Member of the Board of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Member of the Board of New Visions for Public Schools and the Partnership for New York City the advisory Member of the Advisory Board of The Hamilton Project, an economic policy initiative affiliated with the Brookings Institution.


MBA from Columbia Business School

Blair Effron

Lori Dickerson Fouché '91

Charter Trustee 2021-2029, Clerk of the Board

Alumni trustee 2015-2019


CEO of TIAA Financial Solutions 2018-2020

Director of Kraft Heinz Company

Director of Hippo Enterprises Inc.

Previously CEO of Prudential Group Insurance. She has also held senior positions at Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company and Chubb & Son.

Fouché has served on the boards of community and business groups including Girls Inc., LL Global, and President Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper Alliance. 

Recognized on Fortune’s Most Powerful Women list and Black Enterprise’s list of the Top 300 Most Powerful Black Executives.

MBA Harvard Business School

Lori Dickerson Fouché

Bob Hugin '76

Charter Trustee 2021-2029

Charter Trustee 2012-20

Summit, New Jersey

Partner: Kathy Hugin, founding member of Women for a Stronger New Jersey (WSNJ), an organization working to grow the number of Republican women in elected office at the state and local level in New Jersey along with former trustee Laura Overdeck 

2021- present Chairman of the New Jersey Republican State Committee


2010 to 2016 CEO of Celgene Corporation, a biopharmaceutical company - Under Hugin, Celgene was reprimanded multiple times by the FDA, including a formal warning letter in 2000 for not sharing all the risks associated with their drugs, and for marketing their drug Thalomid (formerly Thalidomide) and others to doctors for unapproved uses. In 2017, Celgene was forced to pay $280 million in response to a lawsuit regarding these practices. Hugin has been criticized for drastically raising the prices of several drugs while he was in charge of Celgene. In 2006, a similar drug Revlimid was $6,000/month. Celgene was able to actively prevent generic versions of the drug from being sold, and by the year 2017, the price per month had been raised by Celgene to over $16,000.

2018 Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate from New Jersey.

Director Chubb Limited

Director Biohaven Pharmaceuticals

Director Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy


Before joining Celgene in 1999, Hugin was a managing director at J.P. Morgan & Co. Inc.

Chairs the board of the Garden State Initiative, a nonpartisan research and educational organization focused on economic issues in New Jersey. 

Chair of the Darden School Foundation at the University of Virginia

Member Board of trustees of Family Promise, a national nonprofit network assisting homeless families. 

MBA from the University of Virginia

Hugin was president of the male-only Tiger Inn. As president, he opposed the membership of gay men in 1976, stating that a member discovered to be gay "wouldn't last long."Later, as president of the alumni board of Tiger Inn, he led the club's opposition to a 13-year series of lawsuits during the 1980s and 1990s to require the club to admit women, describing the legal campaign to "politically correct fascism”. In 2018, he said that his views on these issues had since changed.

Bob Hugin
Kathy Kiely

Kathleen F. Kiely '77

Alumni Trustee 2021-2025

Lee Hills Chair in Free-Press Studies at the Missouri School of Journalism

Management roles in a number of national newspapers

Speaker at the first “She Roars” conference.

She has also taught at Princeton as a Ferris Professor and served for more than a decade as a member of the Daily Princetonian board of trustees.

Timothy Kingston '87 S'87 h'07 

Conflict of Interest

Term Trustee 2021-2025

Former Chair of Annual Giving

Family alumni: father Michael Kingston '62; sister Courtney Kingston '92

Partner: Jennifer Pickens Kingston '87

Country Head, Goldman Sachs Chile

Co-heads the investment banking business across the Andean Region, which includes Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Peru.

Despite limiting financing of thermal coal mines, Goldman Sachs is still a major funder of the oil and gas industry, in Venezuela and around the world

Council on Foreign Relations

Co-founder family winery.

Timothy Kingston
Elizabeth Myers

Elizabeth Myers '92 

Conflict of Interest

Term Trustee 2021- 2025

Managing director and global chairman of investment banking, equity capital markets at J.P. Morgan, where she has worked for 27 years. Myers began in 1992 in the mining and metals group in corporate finance at JPMorgan. JPMorgan Chase contributes more money towards fossil fuel industries than any other bank.

One of the Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Finance (American Banker magazine) and one of Barron’s 100 Most Influential Women in U.S. Finance

Executive committee of Women on the Move at J.P. Morgan

Advisory board member of Princeton’s Bendheim Center for Finance

Advisory board member of Harvard Graduate School of Education

Board member of New Yorkers for Children, a nonprofit with a focus on youth in foster care

Board member of the Posse Foundation which helps colleges identify applicants from diverse backgrounds

MBA Harvard Business School


Kathryn Roth-Douquet *91 

Alumni Trustee 2021-2025

Lawyer and author of two books.

Founder and CEO of Blue Star Families, the nation’s largest national nonprofit for military families.

Nathan Cummings Foundation, Clinton campaign, and the Clinton White House as Lead Presidential Advance Acting Principal Assistant Deputy Under Secretary of Defense

Alumni Schools Committee interviewing 

“She Roars” speaker 

Lectured at SPIA in 2020

Kathryn Roth-Douquet
Morgan Smith

Morgan Smith '21

Young Alumni Trustee 2021-2025

Student worker with the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students

Member of Black Arts Company: Dance

Cohort leader for the Vote100 effort and president of Whig-Clio.

Campus Life Leadership Council, the Princeton Association of Black Women and the SPIA Student Advisory Committee.

In the summers, she served as an ombudsman/legal intern for Children’s National Hospital in Washington D.C. and as a judicial intern for Chief Magistrate Judge Cheryl Pollak ’75.

Post-Princeton, she will be a Project 55 Fellow with Chicago Volunteer Services as a child representative coordinator.

José B. Alvarez '85 S85 P14 P22

Conflict of Interest

Charter Trustee 2022-2030

Alumni Trustee 2016-2020

Clinical professor of business administration at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth as of July 1. He is also a visiting senior lecturer at Harvard Business School, where he has served on the faculty since 2009. He conducts research and teaches courses in food systems, board governance and retailing. 

Prior to his academic career, Alvarez spent nearly 20 years in the supermarket industry, culminating in his tenure as president and chief executive officer of Stop & Shop/Giant-Landover.

Alvarez currently serves on the board of directors for United Rentals, where he is the chair of the Nominating and Governance Committee - United Rentals offers industrial services to its users, including chemical, oil and gas refining, oilfields, and power generation and distribution. 

Alvarez currently serves on the board of directors of TJX Companies

Alvarez currently serves on the board of directors of Munoz Group.

Chair of the board of the Joyce Foundation, lead director of Empower Schools, a director of the Good Jobs Institute and a director of Daily Table.

He holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and a bachelor’s degree in history from Princeton, where he served as an alumni trustee from 2016-20.

Jose B Alvarez

Naomi I. Hess '22

Young Alumni Trustee 2022-2026

Naomi Hess, of Clarksville, Maryland, is a member of the Class of 2022. She concentrated in SPIA, and earned certificates in the Humanities Council’s Program in Journalism and in gender and sexuality studies.

At Princeton, Hess co-founded the Undergraduate Student Government Disability Task Force, which led accessibility training for eating clubs and campus committees. She served as a fellow with the Office of Disability Services’ AccessAbility Center and established the Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month Shabbat for the Center for Jewish Life. She was an associate news editor at The Daily Princetonian and is a member of Butler College. 

Hess was awarded the Walter E. Hope Class of 1901 Medal at Princeton’s 2022 Class Day, which recognizes the senior who, in the judgment of the student’s classmates, has done the most for Princeton. She was also given the Spirit of Princeton Award from the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students. 

Naomi Hess

Carol Quillen *91

Term Trustee 2022-2026

Carol Quillen, of Davidson, North Carolina, is the president of Davidson College. She will step down from that role at the end of July after 11 years of service, where she has consistently advocated for equal educational opportunity, an inclusive campus community and the value of a reimagined, holistic liberal arts education. Prior to her current role, Quillen served as a professor and administrator at Rice University for over 20 years.

In 2014, President Obama appointed her to the Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans, and she currently serves as a trustee of the National Humanities Center. Her service includes past terms on the boards of the Kinkaid School, the American Council on Education, the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, Credential Engine, and the Levine Museum of the New South.

Quillen graduated from Princeton with a Ph.D. in history. She holds a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Chicago.

Carol Quillen

Yolandra Gomez Toya '88

Alumni Trustee 2022-2026

A pediatrician at a private practice in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, where she provides care to a diverse group of patients from many different backgrounds. She also serves as an assistant professor at the University of New Mexico (UNM) School of Medicine.

Prior to becoming a practicing physician, Toya worked on a suicide prevention program among Native youth on her Jicarilla Apache reservation, and worked for eight years with various state agencies, tribes and universities, focusing on such chronic disease issues as obesity and Type 2 diabetes that are prevalent in the Native community. She maintains close contact with Native American communities, serving as an advisor in public health and clinical medicine, and continues to do community-based research with tribes with their participation and approval.

Toya earned a master of public health degree in health policy and administration from the University of California-Berkeley and an M.D. from the UNM School of Medicine. At Princeton, she concentrated in the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA). She founded and co-led the Native Alumni of Princeton affinity group, sits on the Princeton Art Museum’s advisory group for Indigenous North America and advised on the creation of the new endowed professor of Indigenous studies.

Yolanda Gomez Toya

Jackie Yi-Ru Ying *91

Alumni Trustee 2022-2026

Earned a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from Princeton in 1991 as an AT&T Bell Laboratories Ph.D. Scholar. She received a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Cooper Union in 1987, where she graduated summa cum laude.

Ying is the founder and director of the NanoBio Lab, an incubator that translates and commercializes research in nanomedicine and diagnostic assays. She also established the Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology in Singapore in 2003. Ying began her career at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she became the youngest full professor in the history of the Department of Chemical Engineering. Her inventions have led to more than 190 primary patents, 42 of which have been licensed to multinational and startup companies.

Ying has received numerous awards for her research in bio-nanotechnology. She was elected to the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina, is a fellow of the U.S. National Academy of Inventors and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and was recently inducted into the U.S. National Academy of Engineering. Ying also serves as an interviewer for Princeton in southeast Asia and is a member of the Princeton Alumni Association of Singapore’s executive committee.

Jackie Yi-Ru Ying

Gordon Ritter '86 P20

Term Trustee 2023-2027

Major donor - entrepeneurship and professorship

At large alum trustee candidate in 20-21 but not elected

Partner: Amy Metzler Ritter, board member Represent Us

Net worth at least $375 million

Co-founder and general partner of Emergence Capital, an early-stage venture capital firm. Since its inception in 2002, Emergence has been an early investor in some of the industry’s largest players, including, Zoom, Veeva Systems,, and Doximity, among others.

Ritter serves on more than 10 boards within the firm’s portfolio, including chair of the board of Veeva. He has been named multiple times to the Forbes’ Midas List of top venture capital investors.

Prior to Emergence, Ritter founded three companies that pioneered new markets, most recently Software As Service, a cloud software development platform he co-founded with the founder and CEO of Salesforce, Marc Benioff. Ritter ran IBM’s $3-billion global small business division, created in 1999 as a result of IBM’s acquisition of his company, Whistle Communications.

Ritter has been active on many philanthropic boards including the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, Bay Area Children’s Discovery Museum, and Common Sense Growth. At Princeton, he has helped to expand entrepreneurship and drive design thinking initiatives, such as the Keller Center’s Tiger Challenge.

Gordon Ritter

Nandi Leslie *05 

Alumni Trustee 2023-2027

Principal technical fellow at Raytheon Technologies.


First Black woman to hold the position, which involves researching and leading a portfolio of projects related to artificial intelligence, machine learning and cybersecurity.

Before joining Raytheon, Leslie was a program manager and senior analyst at Systems Planning and Analysis, where she led projects for the U.S. Navy and the Office of the Secretary of Defense. 


Co-founded The College Advocate, a nonprofit organization providing college prep and a pipeline for low-income high school students to achieve college success. With funds raised from grants as well as with support from fellow Princeton alumni, the program provided services for 60 students a year.

Leslie serves on several advisory boards and committees, including the President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee and the Department of Defense Center of Excellence in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at Howard University. In 2020, she received the Black Engineer of the Year Award for Outstanding Technical Contribution in Industry. She continues to teach as an adjunct professor and research advisor for Johns Hopkins University’s applied and computational mathematics master’s program.

Leslie earned a Ph.D. in applied and computational mathematics from Princeton in 2005 and a B.S. in mathematics from Howard University.

Nandi Lesie

Kamil Ali-Jackson '81 S79 P18

Alumni Trustee 2023-2027

West Chester, Pennsylvania

Net worth

Ali-Jackson currently serves on the board of directors of Rigel Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a commercial stage biotechnology company with a hematologic disorders, oncology, and rare immune disease therapeutic focus, and PDS Biotechnology Corporation, a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company developing cancer immunotherapies and infectious disease vaccines. 

She also serves on the boards of privately held companies and nonprofit organizations, is an inaugural member of the Princeton University Dean for Research External Advisory Council for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and Lecturer in Law at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School.

Ali-Jackson received a Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law and a Bachelor of Arts in politics from Princeton. She is married to an attorney and is the mother of four children. Her only son died in a car accident when he was 3 years old. 

Kamil Ali-Jackson

Mutemwa Masheke '23

Young Alumni Trustee 2023-2027

From Lusaka, Zambia, graduated from Princeton in May with a degree in computer science.

A member of the Class of 2023, Masheke chaired the Butler College Council while working as a residential college adviser. He also served on the student advisory boards for the Council for Science and Technology and the Princeton University Middle States Accreditation Committee, and as vice president of the Society of African Internationals at Princeton and the Princeton Chapter of the National Society for Black Engineers.


Masheke received the 2023 Spirit of Princeton Award, which honors Princeton undergraduates for positive contributions to campus life. He was also awarded the 2022 Peer-to-Peer Leader of the Year in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and the 2023 African Vanguard Award from the Program in African Studies.


Masheke will begin his career as a product manager at Microsoft, where he has interned for the past three summers.

Mutemwa Masheke
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