Committee Members

Dartmouth at nightThe Dartmouth College Fund Committee (DCFC) serves as an advisory board to the Dartmouth College Fund development staff on strategic fund-raising matters and provides alumni leadership to support the College’s highest priorities in annual unrestricted giving.

Although the committee’s name has changed during the past century, its fundamental purpose hasn’t: the DCFC helps foster a culture of giving to the College as a powerful means to invest in the future of Dartmouth students. In addition to advising staff, committee members serve as ambassadors to the alumni community and are among the College’s most devoted volunteers and donors.

DCFC members have an intense and abiding commitment and loyalty to Dartmouth, evidenced by many years of active and effective volunteerism and consistent financial support. They bring to the committee diverse backgrounds, life experiences, and leadership records in business, government, education, professional fields, and non-profit work. Potential candidates for the DCFC are reviewed by Dartmouth College Fund staff and the committee, and are invited to join by the executive director of the fund and the chair of the DCFC; members typically serve one three-year term.

  • Stephen McKenna ’91

    Chair, Dartmouth College Fund Committee
    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2016
    AB Dartmouth College
    MBA University of Chicago
    Stephen McKenna is a co-founder and managing partner of Consonance Capital Partners, a private equity firm focused exclusively on the U.S. health care industry. Prior to establishing Consonance Capital, he was a partner at JPMorgan Partners, the private equity arm of JPMorgan, where he focused on growth equity and buyout investments. Before that, Stephen worked in investment banking at Morgan Stanley and the Mergers and Acquisitions Group of JPMorgan. A philosophy major at Dartmouth, Stephen has been an active volunteer for the College. He has served as an alumni interviewer, reunion giving co-chair, and head agent for the Class of 1991. Stephen lives in New York City with his wife, Amie ’94, and their two children.
  • Charles H. Allison ’78

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2021
    AB Dartmouth College
    MBA Harvard Business School
    Charles Allison has experience in impact investing and working on environment, social and governance (ESG) initiatives, in renewable energy project development, in investing in private companies in Africa and he is a senior member of the Admissions Committee at Harvard Business School. He is a full-time faculty member at The New School in New York City teaching management, leadership, entrepreneurship, accounting, finance and public and urban policy courses. At Dartmouth, Charles majored in Geography with a concentration in Environmental Studies, and he was one of the first undergraduate freshman advisers, was the administrative intern at Kiewit, and working with Dr. Robert E. Huke he was assistant editor of Geography Publications at Dartmouth and served on the 1978 Class Council. He studied finance, general management, and entrepreneurship at Harvard Business School. He has been a long serving board member of the Executive Committee of the Dartmouth Club of New York City, where he is currently president. He is one of the chief class agents of his class, has been a reunion co-chair, is serving in his last year as a Dartmouth Alumni Councilor, he is the former president of the Dartmouth Communities Executive Council, and he has been an Alumni Interviewer. Charles and his spouse Michelle L. Henderson live in New York City.
  • Jonathan S. Baker ’82

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2021
    AB Dartmouth College
    JD Boston University School of Law
    Jon is a senior attorney in the Contract Law Division at the US Department of Commerce, where he regularly advises and represents Department procurement officials on all aspects of government acquisitions. At Dartmouth, Jon was a Government major and a member of Zeta Psi fraternity. After graduating from Dartmouth, Jon attended Boston University School of Law, graduated in 1985 and moved to the Washington, DC area, where he served as an Honor’s Program attorney in the Department of Justice’s Civil Division. Subsequently, Jon worked in private practice from 1988-1993 and at the Environmental Protection Agency from 1993-2013 until moving to the Department of Commerce. Jon was a head agent from 2008-2018, and is currently a Mini-reunion co-chair and a DCF agent. Jon also is the membership chairman for the Dartmouth Club of DC, and serves as an alumni interviewer. Jon lives in Bethesda, Maryland with his wife, Anita Mosner, and their two mini Goldendoodles, Nala and Izzy. Jon and Anita have two children, Emily (Tufts ’18), and Justin (Dartmouth ’21).
  • Douglas K. Chia ’93

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2021
    AB Dartmouth College
    JD Georgetown University Law Center
    Doug Chia is founder and President of Soundboard Governance, an independent corporate governance consulting firm in Princeton, NJ, and a teaching Fellow at Rutgers Law School. His legal career includes serving as Assistant General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Johnson & Johnson and stints at Clifford Chance, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, Tyco International and as Executive Director of The Conference Board ESG Center. At Dartmouth, Doug was a Government major and studied economics, history and political science on a FSP in Budapest and then worked as an intern at The White House under President George H.W. Bush. Doug served as junior and senior Class President, was active in the Student Assembly and played in the Wind Symphony all four years. Doug was a member of Casque & Gauntlet, Palaeopitus and Green Key and was named a Runner-Up for the Dean’s Prize on Class Day in 1993. After graduation, Doug taught English in Beijing where he co-founded the Dartmouth Club of Beijing and served as DED for China. He then attended Georgetown University Law Center and served on the Alumni Council while in law school. After receiving his JD degree, Doug and his wife, Jessica, moved to New York City where he practiced law and co-founded the Dartmouth Asian Pacific American Alumni Association (DAPAAA). Doug then spent three years practicing law in Hong Kong and another two in New York before settling in Princeton. Along the way, Doug was active in the Dartmouth Clubs of Washington, DC, Hong Kong and Princeton and volunteered for the DCF. Doug and Jessica still reside in Princeton with their two sets of twins: Brendan and Madeline, and Alexander and Jonas. Brendan and Madeline will be headed to Hanover in the fall as members of the Class of 2025.
  • Janna K. (Wandzilak) Colucci ’14

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2019
    AB Dartmouth College
    MBA Stanford Graduate School of Business
    Janna Colucci recently finished her MBA at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and is now the CEO and Co-Founder of construction tech startup Bundle. Prior to business school Janna was a VP at Delos, a technology and wellness real estate company based in NYC, and before that spent a few years as a sustainability consultant focused on green building. Janna graduated from Dartmouth in 2014 with an AB in Environmental Studies. While at Dartmouth she served as the Captain of the Equestrian Team, Vice President of Delta Delta Delta, Vice Chair of the Greek Leadership Council and also held a variety of other roles across campus including being a DREAM mentor and an Admissions Tour Guide. She is currently a Head Agent for her class and has previously been a Mini-Reunions Chair, a YADA Chair, a DCNY Executive Committee Member and an Alumni Interviewer. Janna now lives in Oakland, CA with her husband.
  • Lindsay Coe ’00

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2019
    AB Dartmouth College
    MBA Tuck School of Business
    Lindsay moved to Hanover in 1996 as a Dartmouth freshman, and has continually felt the pull of the Upper Valley. She graduated from Dartmouth with an AB in Engineering Sciences and was a 4-year member of the varsity field hockey team and a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma. After an early career as a high school teacher, management consultant and graduate school admissions officer, Lindsay returned to Hanover to attend Tuck. Since earning her MBA in 2008, Lindsay has worked at Resource Systems Group, Inc., a national consulting firm headquartered in White River Junction, VT. She is currently the Director of Marketing. Lindsay has served as a class agent for the DCF since graduation in 2000 and is a proud member of the Harold C. Ripley ’29 Society. She also serves on the Dartmouth Athletic Sponsors Advisory Board which provides vital recruiting resources for all of Dartmouth's varsity sports. While born and raised in Rhode Island, Lindsay now calls New Hampshire home and lives in Etna with her husband Marcus (D’00), two young kids, and springer spaniel.
  • Elizabeth Donohoe Cook ’94

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2020
    AB Dartmouth College
    MPH University of Massachusetts
    DrPH University of Massachusetts
    After Dartmouth, Beth earned masters and doctoral degrees in Public Health from the University of Massachusetts, where she is now on the faculty. In addition to teaching graduate and undergraduate courses, she chairs the admissions committee for the Biostatistics and Epidemiology graduate program. While at Dartmouth, Beth was a drill instructor, a UGA and co-founded SAFE, a peer education group about eating disorders. Beth’s passion for Dartmouth has led to a variety of volunteer roles. She is co-Head Agent for the Class of 1994. She represented head agents and gift planning chairs on Alumni Council from 2016-2019 and she recently wrapped up a term on the Council’s Nominating and Alumni Trustee Search Committee, which she chaired. She is a former co-chair of the Women of Dartmouth Boston group and has been an alumni interviewer for more than 20 years. She was inducted into the Stephen F. Mandel ’52 Society in 2020. When not working or volunteering for Dartmouth, Beth leads a Girl Scout troop and serves on the board of the Wellesley Scholarship Foundation. She is an active volunteer for a number of local organizations. She enjoys reading, running, and spending time outdoors. She and her husband Todd ‘93 have two fantastic daughters, Alice and Louisa.
  • Thienan Dang ’16

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2021
    AB Dartmouth College
    Thienan currently works at KPMG in University Talent Acquisition, where she found her passion for working with college students as they begin their career with the firm. Before KPMG, Thienan spent a few years in global recruiting at EF Education First, where she travelled to 11 new countries and built friendships all around the world. Thienan graduated from Dartmouth in 2016 with an AB in Neuroscience and Development Psychology. She also worked as an Admissions Tour Guide, was a DREAM mentor, led the Orientation Team, and chaired the Senior Class Gift. One of her favorite experiences was leading a group on an Alternative Spring Break program to Denver where they supported a variety of nonprofits. She is currently a Head Agent for her class, an alumni interviewer, and part of the Women of Dartmouth Boston Leadership Team. She’s excited to continue to support the College and the DCF to make the Dartmouth experience more accessible, specifically to first-generation students like herself. She currently lives in Boston and is a proud Dorchester resident, her favorite neighborhood in the city.
  • J. Christopher Egan ’98

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2019
    AB Dartmouth College
    Chris Egan is a Managing Director at Advent International, a private equity firm based in Boston, where he runs the Business & Financial Services sector team. He has been with Advent for 18 years and currently serves on the boards of four portfolio companies – Ansira, CCC Information Services, Clearent and P2 Energy. Previously, Chris was in corporate finance at UBS in NYC. While at Dartmouth, he was a member of AD, Sphinx and Heavyweight Crew and was a sportscaster for WDCR. Since graduation, he has served on the Alumni Council and on the Board of AD and has worked as an Alumni Interviewer. He also has served on the ‘98 DCF giving committee for many years and specifically has focused on leadership giving for his 10th, 15th and 20th reunions. For his 20th, he helped the ‘98s exceed their ambitious total giving goals. Outside of Advent and Dartmouth, he serves on the Board of Hill House, a youth athletics and community organization in Boston. He lives in Boston with his wife, Alexis, and their four children, Madeline, Jack, Charlotte and Christopher.
  • Steven E. Fried ’91

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2019
    AB Dartmouth College
    Steve spent 25 years in the energy sector, most recently leading a privately held, multinational conglomerate. An avid triathlete, marathon swimmer, and long distance bike racer, Steve now focuses on coaching triathletes and marathon runners. At Dartmouth, Steve majored in Government, but discovered a deep passion for Art History during his senior year. An enthusiastic member of the Tabard, Steve led the Dartmouth Equestrian Team to several top finishes at the Intercollegiate National finals in 1989-1991. Since graduation, Steve has remained active with Dartmouth, conducting alumni interviews and fundraising for the DCF. He was a member of the Reunion Giving Committee for the Class of 1991’s record setting 25th reunion, and currently serves as Co-Head Agent for his class. Steve currently lives in Juno Beach, Florida, with his wife, Jill, and their two daughters, Samantha (Dartmouth ’22) and Molly.
  • Kevin C. Hudak ’07

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2019
    AB Dartmouth College
    Kevin Hudak is Vice President, Research & Strategy at Brightline Strategies, a research/advisory firm based in the Washington, DC metro area. He is responsible for designing and executing research programs, analytical tools and implementation frameworks that support commercial and residential real estate developers across the country, better aligning their products and marketing/sales strategies to customer demand and preferences. Previously Hudak deployed his government major and public policy minor as a Senior Research Analyst at the Tarrance Group, one of the most respected Republican political consulting teams today. While at Dartmouth, Kevin was Vice President of Sigma Nu fraternity, a contributor to the Rockefeller Center Public Policy Research Shop, a member of the Paleopitus senior society, President of The Dartmouth Review and later a columnist for The Dartmouth. Kevin has volunteered for the DCF as solicitor, ‘07 leadership giving chair, member of the Young Alumni Advisory Board and multi-year Camp Granite attendee (including the program’s ’07-only inaugural year in 2008!). Kevin also served as President of the Dartmouth Club of DC from 2015-2018, class mini-reunions chair, alumni admissions ambassador, a Rockefeller Center First Year Fellowship mentor and now represents the DC Metro area on the Dartmouth Alumni Council. He was recognized with the Young Alumni Distinguished Service Award for 2017-2018. Kevin lives in Washington, DC with his girlfriend and Dartmouth booster, Erin Russell Petrey, and enjoys catching up with Dartmouth friends and family over games of tennis and squash, at his new townhome’s rooftop deck, or local bars/restaurants.
  • Nancy Obler Kaufman ’89

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2020
    AB Dartmouth College
    MBA The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania
    Professionally, Nancy is a Co-Founding Partner and Chief Operating Officer of AMERRA Capital Management responsible for key business areas that create stakeholder value derived from 30 years of agribusiness investing, finance and banking. Nancy manages global operations and has served as a member of the firm’s board, executive and investment committees since co-founding the firm in 2009. One of a handful of senior women executives in agribusiness investing, Nancy’s presence as part of the core management team makes AMERRA attractive to other talented women and all prospective future staff. She inspires by supporting and reinforcing AMERRA’s organizational purpose of protecting and growing clients’ assets via best-in-class agribusiness investment practices while contributing a positive and measurable impact on the companies, geographies and sectors in which AMERRA invests. Prior to AMERRA, Nancy worked for Société Générale, Standard Chartered Bank and Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. Nancy holds a BA from Dartmouth College, an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, is fluent in Spanish and sits on various company boards. Nancy has been an active and enthusiastic volunteer for Dartmouth for many years including roles as co-head agent (breaking the 30th reunion record!), class agent, mini-reunion chair, ‘89 Cares Committee member, Centennial Circle member and FYSEP mentor. She was also recently appointed to the board of Bottomless Closet, a non-for-profit organization whose mission is to be the connection that inspires and guides disadvantaged New York City women to enter the workforce and achieve success. Nancy lives with her husband Joe and their children, Matthew ’22 and Lindsey, in New York City.
  • Megan B. Kenney ’03

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2020
    AB Dartmouth College
    JD College of William and Mary School of Law
    Megan Kenney is an attorney with the IRS Office of Chief Counsel. Prior to her current position, she served as an attorney to the National Taxpayer Advocate, joining the government as a Presidential Management Fellow directly from law school. At Dartmouth Megan was a Spanish Language and Culture major with a minor in Sociology. She was VP of PR for AZD, a UGA, worked at Kresge Fitness Center, and mentored middle school girls through the Rivendell Girls mentoring program. Megan serves as the ’03 Class Secretary, co-head agent, and interviews potential Dartmouth students. She has been a class agent for many years, has attended Camp Granite, VOX weekend, and participated as a speaker at the Breaking the Mold Dartmouth Center for Service Conference. Megan’s efforts on behalf of her class 15 year reunion gift resulted in a new DCF award being named for the Class of ’03 for the reunion class who brings in the most lapsed and never-givers as well as three awards for her class, the greatest number of reunion donors, the greatest improvement in donors of a reunion class over the prior year, and the new reunion participation record. Megan and her husband Matt Kenney ’04 live in Washington, DC with their 2 children.
  • Allen Kraus ’73

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2020
    AB Dartmouth College
    Allen has long helped strengthen governments, health care providers and not-for-profit programs. He started as a page with the Kentucky State Legislature and has since worked with the Congressional Budget Office, the City of New York and health care providers around the country. He now consults with government, health care, human services and other groups on strategy, performance improvement and work culture. Allen graduated from Dartmouth with an AB in government/history and a minor in environmental studies. He played rugby, helping win an Ivy League title, and was a Phi Delta Alpha member. He earned a master’s in planning and public policy from Harvard and has certificates in organizational development methods. Allen lives in Brooklyn with his wife Lynn and their twins Mira and Aaron, with his stepdaughter Jessica nearby. He has been a Class of ’73 DCF agent for more than 20 years, served as head agent for several years and continues to work as a co-head agent with a great team of classmates. Together, they set class participation records in each of the past two reunion years. He currently serves on the boards of Brooklyn Ballet and Plymouth Church. He cycles and skis, cooks, reads and hangs with his family as much as possible.
  • Lauren D. Lyons ’09

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2020
    AB Dartmouth College
    Lauren Lyons is Co-Head of Investor Relations at Tiger Global Management, LLC, an investment firm based in New York City. She started her career as an investment banking analyst at Citigroup Global Markets Inc. Lauren graduated cum laude from Dartmouth in 2009 with an AB in Psychological & Brain Sciences. While at Dartmouth, Lauren served as President of her sorority, Alpha Xi Delta. She was also a member of Women in Business, Green Key Society, and Abaris. Since graduating, Lauren has held various Dartmouth volunteer roles, including co-chair of her fifth reunion and co-head agent for the Dartmouth College Fund for her class. A native New Englander, Lauren currently lives in Connecticut with her husband and two children.
  • Matthew C. Miller ’96

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2019
    AB Dartmouth College
    Matt Miller is a proud resident of Chelsea in NYC with his wife and three children. Matt runs securities investing at Bayview Asset Management. Prior to joining Bayview he worked at BlackRock, Lehman Brothers, and Barclays. At Dartmouth Matt triple majored in Mathematics, Economics, and Biophysical Chemistry as well as worked for Professor Alan Gustman. He also had the pleasure to serve as President of the currently banished Alpha Delta. His Dartmouth experience is defined by making lifelong friendships while being challenged academically directly by world class professors. He is honored to be able to work to make the experience accessible to deserving students through the Dartmouth College Fund.
  • Peter D. Murane ’87

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2019
    AB Dartmouth College
    Hometown - I'm from Denver and grew up in the Rocky Mountains. After Dartmouth I traveled to New Zealand and Australia for six months and then spent seven years in San Francisco before returning to Colorado. I have three beautiful children, 20, 18 and 15. My oldest son attends Colorado College and my middle son is headed to Dartmouth this fall. My daughter begins sophomore year at a big inner city high school I went to years ago. Like me, she is an East High Angel. Major & Activities - I majored in English with a focus on 19th Century American Fiction and Shakespeare. I also took many economics classes which I loved. Outside of Baker, I served as Class President my final two years at school and was also a founding member of World Outlook and the Dodecaphonics. I played lacrosse for a couple years and then traded in my cleats to run the trails surrounding Hanover. Favorite Dartmouth Memory - My favorite memories of Dartmouth are Freshman year and the incredible friendships formed by hanging out in the dingy hallway of Gile Hall. I loved Sophomore summer as most students do. And it was a huge honor for me to serve as Class President. I learned so much. Then there's that one time I was drafted to perform in a Shakespeare play where I had exactly one line. Great experiences and more importantly the best friendships of my life. Free Time - I'm an avid outdoorsman. I love to fish, hike, hunt and trail run. My knees are making it harder to do some of what I love so I've picked up some new hobbies including sculpting and I also love to read. But really my free time is spent raising kids, looking after aging parents and managing my companies.
  • Pamela Brewer Smyth ’75

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2021
    AB Dartmouth College
    Pam transferred from Vassar as a Junior into the last all-male class to enter Dartmouth. She was a member of the first women’s crew team, played Varsity tennis for both years, and sang in the Collegium Musicum. Her 15 minutes of fame came the year after her 1975 graduation (joining 108 alumnae), when she became the second woman to grace the cover of the Dartmouth Alumni magazine. She was working on Wall Street, and her photo came with the caption “Pam Brewer is your sister,” and accompanied an article speculating what kind of alums the women would turn out to be. Would they support the Dartmouth College Fund??? The gauntlet was thrown down! Pam was an Alumni interviewer for many years, and made calls for her class from phone banks at the Yale Club after she moved to NY City. Her career and motherhood eventually curtailed her Dartmouth activity for a while, although she remained a member of what was to become the Hal Ripley Society. She served on the Board of the Brooklyn Heights Montessori school during a period of expansion. Pam retired from Barclays Capital after a 31- year career in Institutional fixed- income, and moved back to her native Pennsylvania. There, she became involved in many charitable activities, including rekindling her connection with Dartmouth- serving on reunion committees and becoming a class Co-Head agent. She is an avid gardener, sings in her church choir, and plays 4.0 USTA league tennis. She is thrilled to be a new grandmother.
  • Alyssa A. Rower ’01

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2019
    AB Dartmouth College
    JD Duke University School of Law
    Alyssa is the founding partner of Rower LLC, a New York City law firm dedicated to matrimonial and family law. She has been practicing family law exclusively for over a decade. New York Super Lawyers has named her a Rising Star in family law every year since 2011 and she was recently named one of "18 Women to Watch in 2018" by Brown Brothers Harriman. After receiving her BA in psychology from Dartmouth in 2001, Alyssa went straight to Duke Law, where she graduated, cum laude, in 2004. While at Dartmouth, Alyssa sang with the Glee Club and Modern Madrigal Singers and was active with her sorority, Tri-Delta. Alyssa has been the co-head fundraiser for her class for the Dartmouth College Fund for the last three years. She also serves on the New Leadership Board for the Legal Aid Society and is a mentor for the TEAK Fellowship, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping talented New York City students from low-income families gain admission to top high schools and colleges. Alyssa lives in Brooklyn with her husband and their two children.
  • Cheryl Loeffler Shepard ’90

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2019
    AB Dartmouth College
    Cheryl has spent her entire career in brand management and marketing communications, joining Quaker Oats in Chicago immediately after graduation and then Welch Foods 6 years later. After a stint in B2B marketing, she moved back into the consumer world in 2010 and leads online marketing, social media and patient communications initiatives at Atrius Health in Newton, MA. Cheryl has actively volunteered for Dartmouth since graduation and currently serves as co-president of the Class of ’90. In addition to various DCF volunteer roles, Cheryl has previously served as the Class of ’90 president, vice president, 5th year reunion chair, and as a member of the 25th reunion committee. Cheryl holds an AB degree in Government and Asian Studies from Dartmouth. While a student, she was involved in Student Assembly and Wind Symphony, was head tour guide for the Admissions Office, participated in the FSP Asian Studies program in Beijing, and served as president of Delta Gamma sorority. In addition to her work for Dartmouth, Cheryl is a very active volunteer in her community and has held a variety of leadership positions on the parent executive board of her children’s schools for the past 9 years. She lives in the greater Boston area with her husband, Andrew D’89, their teenagers, Nathan and Rachel, and their Samoyed, Koda.
  • Julia C. Weber ’15

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2019
    AB Dartmouth College
    Julia Weber is an Account Supervisor at Racepoint Global, an integrated marketing communications agency representing technology companies. Her role involves working with health technology clients, managing the internal account teams to communicate with the public through earned media, social media, owned content as well as other thought leadership avenues. She has placed articles for clients in publications such as Forbes, U.S. News and World Report and The Hill. Prior to Racepoint Global, Julia was a Senior Account Executive at Weber Shandwick, working in product communications as a lead media specialist for clients in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. She was asked to be “PR expert of the week” for Neptune Advisor’s C-Level Community. Julia graduated from Dartmouth in 2015 with an AB in Anthropology, with a concentration in global health, and a minor in Film and Media Studies. Since high school she has volunteered for a youth program in South Africa, helping to bring the first One Laptop Per Child laptops to the country, completed a project for her high school Digital Photojournalism class about her time there, and lived there for three months in college volunteering (tutoring math, starting a girl’s group) as well as interning at local technology and philanthropic companies. While at Dartmouth she served on the Senior Executive Committee, was awarded a John Sloane Dickey Center’s Global Health Certificate, founded the Tucker Foundation Fellowship to Soweto, South Africa, took a concentration of Neuroscience classes, edited/directed music videos for Scottish bands on the Film FSP, was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, was a radio show D.J. for WDCR-WFRD (99 Rock Hanover), member of the Dartmouth Coffee Club and completed the Tuck Bridge program, completing the Markstrat simulation and a market assessment around the Jolt Sensor. She is currently a Head Agent for her class, participated in the DCF’s Young Alumni Advisor Board right out of college and is an alumni interviewer for the Boston area. As a Dartmouth College Fund volunteer she has played an active role in her class’s fundraising and has worked with the Head Agent team to implement new programs, such as levels of giving, a quarterly update email and a class podcast to increase engagement, as well as helping to plan Boston mini-reunions (such as the annual Memorial Challenge) as an Alumni Relations and DCF liaison and as attended two Camp Granite young alumni weekends helping to increase volunteers, solicitations and gratitude. Julia lives in Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Ethan M. Weinberg ’12

    Member of Dartmouth College Fund Committee since 2019
    AB Dartmouth College
    JD Columbia Law School
    Ethan Weinberg is an attorney, and is currently clerking for the Honorable Valerie Caproni of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. Prior to his clerkship, he worked as a litigation associate at Ropes & Gray LLP in New York. Ethan graduated from Dartmouth summa cum laude with a major in Government and a minor in Environmental Studies. He sang with the Dartmouth Aires and served as its Business Manager his senior year, leading the group during its appearance on NBC’s “The Sing-Off.” He also worked in the Admissions Office, served as Risk Manager and Recruitment Chair for Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, participated in DOC Trips as a trip leader and crew member, and was a Rockefeller Leadership Fellow. After Dartmouth, Ethan attended Columbia Law School, from which he graduated with honors in 2015. Ethan currently serves as a Head Agent for the class of 2012 and the Chair of the recently-formed Dartmouth Aires Alumni Board. In 2017, he helped lead his class to break Dartmouth’s Five-Year Reunion giving records for both participation and dollars raised. He lives in Brooklyn, New York with his husband Daniel Van Deusen ’11 and their corgi, Wilbur.