Leadership Group

The Princeton Club of Chicago is led by an extraordinary group of Princeton alums and Parents who are volunteers committed to serving the local Princeton community and supporting Princeton University. 

Please enjoy reading their bios below.

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  • Amy Beth Treciokas '87 - President

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    Amy graduated Princeton with an A.B in Molecular Biology in 1987.  At Princeton, she was on the sailing team, in the Glee Club and in Tower Club.  She worked in actuarial consulting at Towers Perrin and William M. Mercer in the early 90’s, attaining the designation of a member of the Society of Actuaries in 1992. She went to India for 3 years to study yoga with Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in 1996.   She founded Yoga Now Inc., a Yoga Studio in Chicago, in 2003.  In 2012, she won the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Award, and in 2014 she won the Enterprising Women Award.  Amy helped to bring Bhaktifest, a 3000 person yoga and kirtan festival to the Midwest starting in 2012.  Amy is the President of the Princeton Club of Chicago, and she is on the Alumni Council of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program.

  • Brian Johnson '99 - Executive Vice President

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    Brian C. Johnson serves as the CEO of Equality Illinois, the statewide LGBTQ civil rights organization.  

    Brian’s passion for fighting for equity was catalyzed by having served as a first-grade teacher, and Teach For America corps member, in Baton Rouge, LA. Since that transformative experience, he has served in a variety of leadership roles in public education justice. He has worked as the Vice President of Regional Impact for Leadership For Educational Equity (LEE), the Executive Director of the Larchmont Schools in Los Angeles, and the Executive Director of Teach For America – Los Angeles. 

    Brian earned his AB, magna cum laude, from Princeton University, his JD from Stanford Law School, and his MBA, as an Arjay Miller Scholar, from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.  He lives with his husband Toby and their daughter Josephine in the Lincoln Square neighborhood of Chicago.

     
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    Christine O'Neill '06 S05 - Vice President, Alumni Schools Committee

    Christine serves as the Club’s Vice President for Alumni Schools. The Alumni Schools Committee coordinates the interviews of applicants to Princeton from across northern Illinois, represents Princeton at local college fairs, and welcomes newly admitted students to the local Princeton community. Christine has interviewed applicants in New York, DC, Kentucky, and Chicago since graduating Princeton, and is an Annual Giving volunteer. Christine is an attorney in Chicago.

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    John Balfe *90 - Vice President, Graduate Alumni

    Mr. Balfe is Vice President, Graduate Alumni of the Princeton Club of Chicago.  Professionally, he is Senior Advisor to XMS, a boutique investment bank.  He is also an Adjunct Fellow at the Hudson Institute, where he consults primarily to the Office of the Secretary of Defense.  Previously, he started and headed Lazard Frères’ Anglo-American defense and aerospace practice.  Prior to that, he headed the investment banking operations of Troika Dialog and UFG in Russia.  He began his investment banking career at Robert Fleming, a leading UK investment bank focused on emerging markets.  He received an A.M. from Princeton University and his A.B. with high honors from the University of California, Berkeley.

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    Charlene Huang Olson '88 - Vice President, Programs; Co-Chair, Orange & Black Committee; Co-Chair, Princeton in Chicago Schools

    Charlene also serves as co-chair of the Orange and Black committee and chair of the Princeton in Chicago Schools Scholarship Committee.  She is a former president of the Princeton Club of Chicago and has held various roles in service to Princeton including Class President, Chair of the Committee on Regional Associations, Reunions Registration Chair, and Chair of the Alumni Schools Committee.  She was a member of the Chicago steering committee of the Aspire Campaign and is a volunteer with Annual Giving

  • Brigitte Anderson '02 - Vice President, Programs

    Brigitte Anderson is a Principal at Orange Vista LLC, a boutique consultancy focused on growing enterprises.  She began her career in the financial services industry and spent nearly a decade with JP Morgan, Bank of America and Barclays in a variety of strategic and operational roles in Chicago, New York, London, Johannesburg and Nairobi. In addition to her Princeton degree in Anthropology, Brigitte holds an MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business. In her free time, Brigitte enjoys playing tennis, traveling and going to comedy shows.

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    Stephen Avsec '06 - Vice President, Technology

    Stephen Avsec '06 is the lead data scientist at DefenseStorm, a startup which aims to help banks and financial institutions manage cybersecurity and fraud risks. He majored in mathematics at Princeton and received a PhD in mathematics from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in 2012. He spent three years as an assistant professor at Texas A&M University before moving to Chicago to pursue a career in technology.

  • Anna Huang '07 - Vice President, Careers & Networking

    Anna Huang ’07 is a member of the Global Trading and Equity Quantitative Research COO team at Citadel LLC. She earned a BSE from Princeton majoring in Operations Research and Financial Engineering and a MBA from Kellogg School of Management. Prior to joining Citadel, she was a senior consultant with L.E.K. Consulting and began her career at Morgan Stanley in Fixed Income.

     

  • Jason White '96 - Treasurer

    By day, Jason is a Director of Asset Management (oversees a portfolio of power plants in New York) for J-Power USA Development Co. The remainder of his time is managed by his wife around the activities of three young children.

  • LimYung Bong Lim '87 P23 - Secretary

    Yung Bong has been the Managing Partner of RDG Funds LLC, a real estate investment company, since he founded the firm in 2008. Previously, he was a Managing Director and the head of the Securitized Products Group at Citadel (1999-2007). Prior to Citadel, he was a Managing Director of the Proprietary Fixed Income Trading Group at Salomon Brothers (1987-1998). Yung Bong earned a B.S.E. in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science from Princeton in 1987, graduating summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and Tau Beta Pi. He serves on the boards of Invesco ETFs (Chairman of Investment Oversight Committee), Performance Trust Capital Partners, Beacon Power Services, and the Princeton Faith & Work Initiative. Additionally, he is a member of the Executive Committee of the Alumni Advisory Council of the Princeton Internships in Civic Service (PICS) program as well as the Trust Advisory Committee of Tau Beta Pi.

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    Eric Macey '73 - Counsel

    Eric Macey is a founding partner of Novack and Macey LLP, a sophisticated business litigation boutique.  Eric is considered one of the country’s top commercial litigators and is consistently rated as one of the top 100 Lawyers in Illinois by Super Lawyers.  Although he is always happy to see a client’s case through to a successful settlement short of trial, Eric is most at home in the courtroom.  He has extensive trial experience in state and federal courts throughout the country and has acted as both an arbitrator and mediator.  Eric ‘s commitment to education for all is reflected in his service as a past Chairman and current National Board member of The Posse Foundation in Chicago.  The Foundation identifies public high school students with extraordinary academic and leadership potential who may be overlooked by traditional college selection processes and extends them the opportunity to pursue personal and academic excellence at partner universities.

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    David Stone P17 - Counsel

    David currently serves as Co-Counsel of the Club along with Eric Macey. He is the proud parent of recent graduate Rachel Stone ’17.  David practices law at Neal Gerber & Eisenberg where he is Chair of the Corporate & Securities Practice Group, Co-Chair of its Cross-Border Practice Group, and a member of its Corporate Governance Practice Group, representing clients in complex corporate and securities transactions, including public and private equity and debt offerings, mergers and acquisitions, and general corporate and governance matters. He is also a member of the Neal Gerber & Eisenberg Executive Committee.

  • Mike Laidlaw '94 - Chair, Nominating Committee

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    Mike ended is tenure as Princeton Club President in 2019 and now chairs the PCC Nominating Committee.  Mike has served on the Princeton Club of Chicago Board for the past 21 years, contributing to our Club's Membership, Annual Dinner, Annual Giving and Programs efforts. He is a Senior Vice President in Morgan Stanley’s Private Wealth Management Group in Chicago, working with ultra-high net-worth families, foundations and family offices, primarily in the Midwestern United States. Mike and his wife, Tammy, live in the Streeterville area where they enjoy traveling, yoga, dance, all varieties of food, as well as spending time with family, friends, and clients.

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    Robert J. Khoury '90 - Co-Chair, Networking and Careers

    Rob is a Past President of the Club and currently serves as Co-V.P. of Careers Networking (PCNG) with Anna Huang '07.  Rob has enjoyed contributing to Princeton and the Club through Annual Giving Phonathons and through prospective student interviews with Alumni Schools Committee (ASC), among other Club activities.  When not doing PCC work, he is the CEO of Agile Rainmakers, an advisory and consulting firm that fine tunes business ecosystems for growth and profit.  Rob graduated from Princeton in 1990 with a degree in Electrical Engineering. He earned his MBA from The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University in 1997. He serves as a Trustee and Chair of the Development Committee at his high school, Providence Country Day School in RI.  In his free time, Rob enjoys connecting with friends, reading, writing, traveling, exercising, learning to play music, and contributing to others.  Rob is married with two children.

  • Douglas Schmidt '81 - Co-Chair, Awards Committee

    Doug is the co-chair of the Club's Awards Committee. He is a Senior Investment Consultant at Baird. Before joining Baird in 2008, he served for 13 years at William Blair & Company as an Investment Banker and in the Private Investor Department. Doug received his A.B. in Economics from Princeton University and his M.B.A. in Finance from the University of Chicago. He is a Governing Member of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, a Director of the Golden Apple Foundation, and a Past President of the Princeton Club of Chicago. Mr. Schmidt served three terms on the Alumni Council of Princeton University and received the Arnold M. Berlin ‘46 Award for Service to Princeton in 2001.

  • Haley White '12 - Co-Chair, Awards Committee

    Haley White is a Senior Vice President at Madison Industries, one of the largest privately held companies in the world. She has served as a "C" executive at various Madison subsidiaries. Prior to joining Madison, Ms. White served as the Mexico Country Manager for LINE, an Asian mobile tech startup expanding internationally in anticipation of an IPO with a multi-billion dollar valuation. Initially tasked with managing strategy and partnerships for the Mexican market, Ms. White went on to oversee all Mexican operations and support “C” leadership with the global launch of the company’s advertising business, projected to become its top source of revenue. She was also featured on Bloomberg’s Latin affiliate for the telecom deal she closed. Previously, Ms. White worked in Latin America as a consultant with The Boston Consulting Group. Before entering the private sector, Ms. White worked in international development. She served in Ecuador, Rwanda, and the Amazon Rainforest. Ms. White has an MBA from Stanford and a BA from Princeton. She is a Fulbright and Truman Scholar.

  • baugherPeter Baugher '70 - Chair, Distinguished Service Award

    Peter Baugher ’70 (School of Public and International Affairs) is the Club’s Awards Chair and is past-President of the Club. He is a lawyer and arbitrator concentrating in business lawsuits and arbitrations (www.baugherlegal.com). Peter is President of the Chicago International Dispute Resolution Association and principal author of the Illinois International Commercial Arbitration Act. Peter is a director of the Grant Park Orchestral Association, which produces the summer classical concerts in Millennium Park. He and his wife Robin live in Chicago.

  • baugherMaiky Iberkleid '15 - Co-Chair, Membership Committee

    Maiky currently serves as a Director of the Club and is Co-Chair of the Membership Committee where he helps boost membership. Maiky is the Head of Solutions at Hologram, a startup that provides internet access to devices on the Internet of Things. He earned a BSE from Princeton in 2015 majoring in Electrical Engineering.

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    Shirley Lee '13 - Co-Chair, Membership Committee/Chair, Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton (A4P)

    Shirley currently serves as a Director of the Club, where she enjoys contributing by driving membership growth on the Membership Committee and bringing together the Asian American community of Princeton alumni as the Chicago liaison for A4P. Shirley works as an Investment Banking Associate at William Blair, where she focuses on equity capital markets. She earned a BA from Princeton in 2013 majoring in Economics.

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    Ryan Ruskin '90 - Chair, Ivy+

    Ryan is president & COO of The Ruskin Group, a global paper and packaging company. Prior to joining his family business, Ryan was a management consultant with A.T. Kearney. Ryan graduated from Princeton in 1990 with a degree in history and American Studies. He attended Northwestern University where he received an MBA from The Kellogg School and an MEM from the McCormick School of Engineering, both in 1994. Ryan is a member of the Executive Committee of the Alumni Council where he chairs the Awards for Service to Princeton Committee; and has been involved with Princeton in a variety of activities: as a member of the Alumni Schools Committees in Pittsburgh and Chicago, as the producer of the Triangle Show, and as a member of the Princeton Club of Chicago’s leadership group since 2005, serving as both Triangle Chair and Annual Dinner Co-Chair. He serves on the boards of Heartland Alliance, Chicago Humanities Festival, Field Museum, Chicago Botanic Garden, Goodman Theatre, and Shady Side Academy. Ryan is an active member of the Young Presidents’ Organization and the 2013 Class of Henry Crown Fellows at the Aspen Institute.

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    Janice Levy Block '84 P21 - Co-Chair, Parent Committee

    Janice is the Chief Legal and Human Resources Officer for Kaplan Inc., a global education company owned by Graham Holdings. Janice has been with Kaplan for over 10 years and has practiced law in Chicago for nearly 30 years.  A member of Princeton's Class of 1984, Janice also earned a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University and her law degree from Columbia University. Janice is active with the Center for Women in Law and Global Leaders in Law, and serves on the board of directors of the Respiratory Health Association, the Oxford University Center for Buddhist Studies, and numerous Kaplan educational entities in the U.S. and overseas. Janice is married to Ron Chaddock and is the mother of Sara, Alex and Francesca '21. She spends the majority of her free time in ice rinks, enthusiastically watching Ron play hockey and Francesca figure skate, and rooting for the Chicago Blackhawks. Janice is thrilled to now be serving as a Co-Chair of the Parents Association of the Princeton Club of Chicago's School's Committee.

  • Jakee Miller Cohen P16 P21 - Co-Chair, Parent Committee

    Jakee currently serves as a Co-Chair of the Princeton Club of Chicago's Parent Committee. She graduated from Indiana University with degrees in history and political science and Northwestern University School of Law. Jakee served on the Board of Directors of Mount Sinai Hospital and as a Commissioner for the Human Relations Commission for the City of Highland Park. With her husband Brad Cohen, Jakee splits her time living in Highland Park, Illinois and Palmas Del Mar, Puerto Rico. Jakee looks forward to visiting her children, Azza, Jonny and Daniella in their various endeavors around the globe!

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    Gweneth "Gigi" Lane Johnson P19 P21 - Co-Chair, Parent Committee

    Gigi is a native Chicagoan who is currently back at her alma mater New Trier High School coaching crew. She graduated from Connecticut College with degrees in Government and Art History. Gigi spent 25 years working in Global Communications and Product Management in her family test instrument business. She is active on the Woman’s Board of the Field Museum, the Board of the Antiquarian Society of the Art Institute and the Woman’s Board of Rush Medical Center. Gigi is married to Jim Johnson and is the mother of Jordan, Hunter ’19 and Lauren ’21. Gigi is excited to be a Co-Chair of the Parents Association of the Princeton Club of Chicago.

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    Renee Perez ‘91 – Co-Chair Princeton Prize in Race Relations

    Renee has built her career in financial services risk management and compliance, with roles in industry, consulting, and as a regulator. She is currently in Supervision & Regulation at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. In addition to earning her AB in Politics from Princeton, she holds a Master of Public Policy & Administration from the School of International & Public Affairs at Columbia University, and a MS in Accountancy from DePaul University. She enjoys volunteering and serves in leadership for Udumbara Zen Center, Evanston. A native Texan and a former New Yorker, she has lived in Chicago for 22 years.

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      Irene Burke '16 - Chair, Young Alumni Committee

      Irene Burke is an Associate at SB Friedman Development Advisors.  She earned an A.B. in Politics with certificates in Spanish Language and Culture and Humanistic Studies from Princeton and an MPP in Public Policy with certificates in Finance & Policy and Municipal Finance from the University of Chicago.  Irene is the Vice President of the Young Professional Board of Deborah’s Place.  

    • Nat Piggee '96 - Association of Black Princeton Alumni

      Born in the Garden State.  Raised by a fan of Aaron Copland, Sly & the Family Stone, Anne Murray & the Oak Ridge Boys.  Proud father & lucky husband.​

    Carol Obertubbesing '73 - Director

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    Carol Obertubbesing '73 w71 - currently VP Communications for the Club in which capacity I edit the newsletter and serve on the Leadership Group; I have served as a mentor for an AlumniCorps/Princeton Project 55 fellow since 1993; I'm a Past President of the Club as well as a Past Chair of the Programs Committee, among many other activities; at the University I chaired the Committee on Academic Programs for Alumni (CAPA) and served on the Executive Committee of the Alumni Council; before moving to Chicago in December 1991, I served on the boards of the Princeton Association of New England and the Princeton Club of Washington; I've attended Reunions almost every year since graduation and have many fond memories with my late husband Mike Epstein '71, my father-in-law Herb Epstein '40, and my mother-in-law Doris Epstein as well as friends from many different classes; I have a B.A. in History with a Certificate in American Civilization from Princeton and a M.A. in American Studies from Boston College; I taught American Studies courses at B.C. and also humanities courses for senior citizens in Melrose, Massachusetts; most of my professional career was in outreach and education for public tv and radio; I currently serve as President of the Woodstock Folk Festival, a day-long Festival held each year on the 3rd Sunday of July on the historic Square in Woodstock, Illinois, 47 miles from Chicago; when not involved in Princeton or Festival activities, I enjoy travel (I've now visited 50 states, 36 countries, and 6 continents), many kinds of music, theater, film, and time with friends and my dog Dickens; I've also restored two Victorian homes and served on many non-profit boards over the years; I began life as a "Jersey girl" but have found it greatly enriched by the people I have met in the states where I have lived and the many places I have been fortunate to visit; as Bill Staines, the folksinger who will receive our Lifetime Achievement Award this year sings, "There's a song worth singing ... there's a friend worth knowing ... there's a day worth living down the road."

  • Nicholas Antoine '12 - Director

    Nicholas Antoine is Co-Founder and Partner at Red Arts Capital, a Chicago-based private equity firm that invests in lower middle market supply chain-related companies. Before launching Red Arts, Nick previously served as Special Assistant to the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Ariel Investments, an $11 billion asset management firm. He began his career as an Equity Research Analyst for Princeton Global Asset Management before moving to Chicago first to join Ariel Investments as an Equity Research Associate. Outside of finance, Nick serves on the Chairmen's Advisory Council for the Big Shoulders Fund and the Fundraising Committee for the Chicago Jazz Philharmonic.

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    Jess Gonzalez '95 - Director

    Jess currently serves as the co-Chair of the Annual Dinner Planning Committee.  She has enjoyed contributing to Princeton and the Club through prospective student interviews with Alumni Schools Committee (ASC) and through Princeton Club Diversity Club events, among other Club activities.  When not doing PCC work, she is a Senior Counsel at BP America Inc. handling environmental issues for the company.  Jess was born and raised on the Northwest side of Chicago, a graduate of the Chicago Public School elementary school system (before leaving home at 14 for Andover), and now lives in Old Town.

  • Ronnie Raviv '95 - Director

    Ronnie is currently COO of Vobal Technologies, LLC, a two-person commercial-maritime telecommunications company. Prior to that, he worked in medical devices, digital management consulting, transportation consulting and software, and was briefly an actor. He has an MBA from Northwestern's Kellogg business school. At Princeton Ronnie received his BSE in EMS (now known as ORFE), was a founding member of Quipfire!, the improv group, and performed in several plays at Theater Intime. Go Quad!

  • stevensCheryl Stevens '10 - Director

    Cheryl is a Vice President at Koya Leadership Partners, the executive search firm specializing in mission-driven searches.  At Koya, she has been involved with CEO, President, Executive Director, and other senior-level searches for a broad range of clients including foundations, cultural institutions, membership organizations, and other non-profits.  Representative clients include Feeding America, the United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, the Museum of Science & Industry, the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, Indianapolis Public Media/WFYI, and Feed the Truth.  Cheryl joined Koya from PierceGray, a boutique retained executive search firm specializing in supply chain, operations and commercial leadership roles within private equity portfolio companies. She began her career in finance at Ariel Investments as a member of the Institutional Sales and Client Services teams.  Cheryl has enjoyed staying connected to Princeton through prospective student interviews with the Alumni Schools Committee, involvement with the Friends of Princeton Basketball group, and by joining the leadership team for the Princeton Club of Chicago in 2014. 

  • John Comfort '12 - Director

    John Comfort works in Institutional Equity Sales at UBS helping to cover Mutual Fund and Hedge Fund clients across the Midwest. Before UBS, John worked on the syndicate and trading desk for UITs at Invesco. John is also currently working on his MBA at the University of Chicago Booth school of Business. John received a B.A. in Economics from Princeton University and was a member of the Men's Varsity basketball team. 

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    Aaron Bianco '05 - Director

    Aaron is a Research Analyst at Ariel Investments (Founder, John W. Rogers, Jr. '80; President, Mellody Hobson, '91). At Princeton, Aaron was active in student government, Chicano Caucus and Sprint Football. He is a member of the Chicago Advisory Board of Facing History and Ourselves. Aaron holds an MBA in Analytic Finance from UofC and a JD from U. of California, Berkeley. He is a member of American Mensa, Ltd.

  • Marquis Parker '99 - Director

    parkerMarquis Parker graduated from Princeton in 1999 with a degree in Computer Science and also holds an M.B.A. and M.A. in Education from Stanford University (2006) and an M.S. in Management of IT from the University of Virginia (2003). He currently serves as the Global Director of HR Operations, Systems, and Analytics for Relativity, a Chicago-based software company, and previously worked as a Management Consultant at McKinsey & Company and a strategy and operations executive at Aon plc. Outside of work, he spends his time helping his wife Traci Burch '02 chase around their son Thomas and participating in a range of other activities, including mentoring students and young professionals, travel, sports (huge Bulls fan), and advising people on careers and graduate education. He has been a member of the Princeton Club of Chicago Leadership Team since 2011 and has worked on several activities, including spending eight years as Chair of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations for Chicago.  

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    Megan Bowen '13 - Director

    Megan Bowen works in retained executive search at Russell Reynolds Associates. Russell Reynolds Associates is a global leader in assessment, recruitment and succession planning for boards of directors, chief executive officers and key roles within the C-suite. She is a member of the firm’s Consumer & Commercial Financial Services Practice within the Financial Services Sector. Prior to joining Russell Reynolds Associates, Megan worked on senior leadership roles within the search industry. She successfully helped fill global, senior-level functional and business unit executive positions. From global corporations to start up organizations, Megan has worked with diverse leadership teams on their talent agenda. Prior to joining the search industry, Megan began her career in asset management at Ariel Investments. Megan received a B.A. in politics from Princeton University and was a member of the Women’s Basketball Team.

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    Al Chan '91 - Director

    Al Chan is currently the Associate Director of the MSc in Analytics program at the University of Chicago, leading a team on recruitment, student and faculty support, and alumni engagement projects. Al majored in mechanical and aerospace engineering at Princeton. He subsequently spent nine years in Sweden working and studying in the fields of ecological and environmental engineering, culminating in a licentiate of engineering degree from Chalmers University of Technology. Since returning to the U.S. he has been active as an Alumni School Committee interviewer and with the Asian American Alumni Association for Princeton (A4P), in addition to serving as a director and treasurer for the Princeton Club of Chicago.

 

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    Ed Hosty '96 - Director

    Ed Hosty is a native Chicagoan who played varsity football and studied economics at Princeton. He lives in Lincoln Park with his wife, Laura, and three sons, EJ, Frankie and Will.

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    Nick Jachim '88 - Director

    Nick P. Jachim is a Managing Director and Head of SRR’s Investment Banking Group. Mr. Jachim has over 25 years of experience providing advice on a wide range of topics including mergers and acquisitions, transaction structuring, strategic alternatives, deal negotiation and execution to public corporations, privately held companies, family businesses, and portfolio companies of private equity funds. Mr. Jachim’s experience encompasses a wide range of industries including food & beverage, consumer products, industrial markets, business services, healthcare and financial services.

  •     Whitney Spalding Spencer '17 - Director (Princeton AlumniCorps) 

    • Whitney Spalding Spencer works as a financial analyst at the wealth management firm Brownson, Rehmus & Foxworth (BRF). Prior to joining BRF, Whitney worked in education for over 10 years. She started as a Princeton Project 55 Fellow at the Chicago Public Schools and later spent several years at an education non-profit consulting nationwide with organizations that oversee charter schools. Outside of work, Whitney enjoys volunteering with Project 55, racing sailboats, hiking and camping, listening to indie music, cooking vegan food, exploring her neighborhood of Logan Square, and spending time with her husband, Ian, and their two cats.

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    Kristine Mighion '86 - Director

    Dr. Mighion is Managing Director and CEO of Healthcare Consultants International (HCI). She has over 20 years experience consulting in the health care arena with physician practices, hospitals and health systems, Universities, and medical product, technology, pharmaceutical and biotech companies. Her areas of expertise include business and regulatory planning, strategy and business development, and product and technology development and design. Prior to heading up HCI, Dr. Mighion worked in corporate banking and in the health care divisions of three internationally recognized consulting firms. She is also the Creator and Host of Intimetv’s Healthcare Executive Show, a live online talk show educating and informing health care executives nation-wide. Dr. Mighion earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Princeton University, her MBA with a concentration in Finance from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and her MD from Loyola University Chicago’s Stritch School of Medicine.

 
  • Joe Robinson '04 - Director

    Mr. Robinson is a Vice President in Houlihan Lokey’s Industrials Group, with broad advisory experience across packaging, machining, manufacturing, distribution, and industrial services industries. Prior to business school Mr. Robinson focused on affordable housing finance and non-profit community development work. Mr. Robinson earned a Bachelor's degree in Sociology and a certificate in African American Studies, and he received the Allen Macy Dulles ’51 Award, as well as the Art Lane ’34 Award. He earned an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management in 2012. Mr. Robinson is an Executive Committee Co-Chair of A Better Chicago’s Impact Council, a venture philanthropy fund focused on improving educational outcomes for Chicago’s children. He lives in Chicago with his wife Natasha ’04, daughter Avery and son Maxwell.

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    Bruce Rosenberg '69 - Director

    Bruce Rosenberg has been a member of the Princeton Club of Chicago for over 45 years.  He has been a volunteer tutoring math at Roosevelt High School for the past 20 years and for the past seven has been a leader of PICS.  He is a self-employed CPA in Chicago.  He and his wife, Debbie, enjoy traveling and have visited all 50 states, all seven continents and all 59 United States National Parks.

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    Michelle Silverthorn '04 - Director

    Michelle Silverthorn is the Diversity and Education Director at the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism. Michelle expands the Commission’s national presence through blogs, social networking, and online discussion groups on legal education, diversity and young lawyers. Michelle works with law schools, law students and other legal groups, developing interactive and dynamic education courses and workshops. She also spearheads the professionalism education goals of the Commission presenting at conferences and developing professionalism programs. Prior to joining the Commission, Michelle worked as a litigation associate with two Am Law 100 law firms in Chicago and New York City. She also previously worked as an arts and entertainment journalist in Trinidad and Tobago, a legal researcher in Puno, Peru and Geneva, Switzerland, and a volunteer teacher in Gaborone, Botswana and Almaty, Kazakhstan. Michelle grew up in the Caribbean and now lives in Chicago with her husband Daniel and their 2 year-old daughter. She volunteers in her local and professional community, including serving as Co-Chair of the Michigan Law Alumni Club of Chicago and as an elected Community Representative for her Local School Council. Michelle received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University and her law degree from the University of Michigan Law School.