It's time once again for PCC's Annual DinnerThis year, the Tigers are on the loose in the Wild West (Loop)!

Join fellow alumni, parents, and friends as we enjoy a conversation between our honored speaker James Yeh '87 (as in Yeh College) – University Trustee, co-chair of the Venture Forward steering committee, and a director of PRINCO – and Bob Murley '72 – Vice Chairman of Credit Suisse and Emeritus Charter Trustee of the University and of PRINCO (among many other accomplishments and roles).  We will also honor two others for their service to Princeton and to our Chicagoland community.

We hope that many of you will consider reserving Benefactor tickets and helping to ensure the success of this event.  The support of our Tiger Benefactors enables us to offer special discounted rates for recent grads, current students, and Princeton AlumniCorps (formerly Project 55) fellows, and host newly admitted students in the Class of 2027.  Benefactor tickets include reserved seating and admittance to the 5:00 pm Pre-Reception, and your generosity will be noted in the dinner program if desired.
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The Princeton Club of Chicago 

cordially invites you and your guests to the 

2023 Annual Dinner:

Tigers on the Loose!


Monday, April 17, 2023

5:00 p.m. - Reception for Benefactors 

5:30 p.m. - Cocktail Reception

7 p.m. - Dinner

City Hall

838 W Kinzie, Chicago, IL

(cocktail reception at Recess, next door)


This year’s dinner features


James Yeh '87

University Trustee, co-chair of the Venture Forward steering committee, and a director of PRINCO

(and namesake for Yeh College)

in conversation with

Bob Murley '72

Vice Chairman of Credit Suisse, Emeritus Charter Trustee of the University and of PRINCO

discussing their views on

the evolution of Princeton University: past, present, and future


The Club will also honor

Jenny Korn '96

with the John Fish '55 Distinguished Service to the Community Award


Stephen Ban '84 S88 P23

with the Arnold M. Berlin ’46 Distinguished Service to Princeton Award


Reservations will be held at the door


Cocktail Casual attire. Orange and Black attire encouraged!


COVID protocols: Although cases are on the rise, the current statistics in Chicago and (most of) the area are still indicative of low transmission, very low hospitalization, and extremely low incidence of severe illness. As such, per Illinois, Chicago, and venue guidelines, masks, tests, and proof of vaccination will NOT be required for this event, but, as always (in the new normal), are highly recommended. Please be sensitive to those who may be or who closely interact with the unvaccinated or immuno-compromised. If you are not feeling well, please do not come and put others at risk! 




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  • yeh-ad230417James Yeh '87

    James Yeh serves as a University trustee, co-chair of the Venture Forward steering committee, and a director of PRINCO.

    James recently retired as president and co-chief investment officer of Citadel, a leading global financial institution now headquartered in Miami. He was one of Citadel’s first employees and spent more than 25 years in the firm’s leadership.
    At Princeton, he earned an A.B. in physics with a certificate in engineering physics, and then received a Ph.D. in physics from University of California-Berkeley. He is a member of the Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton and has served on the Alumni Schools Committee.
    James and his wife Jaimie have made a leadership gift to Venture Forward, naming one of the new residential colleges. Yeh College, previously known as New College East, opened in the 2022-2023 academic year.

  • Murley--ad230417Bob Murley '72

    Robert S. Murley is a Vice Chairman and Senior Advisor of Credit Suisse. In addition to his leadership role within the firm, Mr. Murley is responsible for several of the Firm's largest investment banking clients.

    Mr. Murley joined Credit Suisse First Boston in 1975, and worked his way up to Chairman of Investment Banking in 2005, relocating from New York to Chicago in 1983.  

    A financial aid student who came to Princeton sight-unseen in 1968, Mr. Murley received his B.A. from Princeton University in 1972 and went on to receive his M.B.A. from the UCLA Anderson School of Management and his M.S. in International Economics from the London School of Economics. After serving on Princeton's board of trustees for 20 years, during which he chaired the Aspire Campaign and served on the last two presidential search committees (for Shirley Tilghman and Chris Eisgruber), Mr. Murley is an Emeritus Charter Trustee of Princeton University and of the Princeton University Investment Company and Trustee Emeritus and Chairman Emeritus of the Board of the Educational Testing Service (Princeton, New Jersey).  In addition to his many other leadership roles in various University-related roles and non-profit boards, Bob, along with his wife Mimi Murley '76 are former co-winners of the Arnold Berlin '46 Award for Distinguished Service to Princeton.

    Korn--ad230417Jenny Korn '96

    Jenny Korn ’96 is a feminist activist of color for social justice, a ciswoman scholar of race and gender in mass media and online behavior, and a member of Mensa, the high intelligence quotient (IQ) society. Korn is the Founding Director of the Race+Tech+Media Working Group at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University. Korn draws from critical race theory to create activist work in both art and research focused on minoritized communities that has garnered awards on department, university, association, national, and global levels. As a public scholar, she has given over one hundred talks as invited keynote presentations, university guest lectures, interactive community education, and refereed conference presentations. She is the Founding Director of Diversity Discussions, a free, public series of online group conversations on race, racism, and racial justice that has met regularly for nearly a decade and involves over 50 organizations affiliated with various nonprofits, educational institutions, and the community. A lifetime member of all of the race-based alumni associations at Princeton and Harvard, Korn serves as a director, mentor, volunteer, and/or leader within dozens of organizational programs centered on diverse People of the Global Majority.

    StephenBan--ad230417Stephen Ban '84 S88 P23

    Stephen Ban '84 S88 P23 spent a nearly 40 year career in marketing and investment management before leaving the private sector to consult, focus on a major civic initiative (The Corporate Coalition of Chicago;, not for profit work (he is a Trustee and the immediate past Chair of the USA Triathlon Foundation and a Trustee of the Village of Glenview Firefighters Pension Fund), and dabble with teaching (he is currently teaching a graduate course in Corporate Finance and Sustainability at Loyola University Chicago's Quinlan School of Business). 

    Since he graduated in 1984, he has served as his class reunion co-chair (two terms), vice president (one term), president (one term), and is in his third term as 1984's columnist for the Princeton Alumni Weekly.  He was recently re-elected to the Board of Directors of the Princeton Nassoons Alumni Association.  He is a prolific Alumni Schools Committee interviewer, served on the University's Committee to Nominate Alumni Trustees, co-chaired and emceed the Princeton Club of Chicago's 2021 virtual annual dinner, and has served on the Princeton Club of Chicago board during five different decades.