Nancy worked for 17 years in finance in New York City at JP Morgan and Merrill Lynch as an investment banker and head of both firm’s Community Development Corporations. She then spent 8 years heading a non-profit historic cemetery and Level II arboretum. She is currently the board chair for the Nature Conservancy in Missouri and on the board of the Harris World Ecology Center. Nancy holds a MBA from the Yale Business School and is currently completing a post-graduate program at the Yale Center for Business and the Environment.
Margaret comes to C-Change Conversations from the world of sports editing, having worked at Boating and Sports Illustrated magazines, and at Sports Illustrated For Kids, where she started a book division for kids. In Princeton, NJ, she has been involved with the Friends of the Princeton Public Library and served as a long-time leader of the Garden Club of Princeton’s conservation committee, and as a trustee of The Watershed Institute, where she’s on the Communications Committee and Advisory Board.
Catherine brings business, investment management and fundraising experience to C-Change Conversations. During her career, Catherine was a Managing Director, Advisory Director and Senior Relationship Manager at Morgan Stanley. She subsequently became a Managing Director at Constellation Wealth Advisors, and is a board member of FlexPaths LLC, a leading innovator in workplace change. Catherine is a trustee of the KKR Funds and a board member of numerous non-profits in New York and New Jersey.
Lorraine has over 30 years of experience representing public charities and private foundations, including as General Counsel at National Audubon Society, as Senior Counsel at Princeton University, and as chair and member of numerous national and local boards. Before devoting her time and career to the mission-driven nonprofit world, she practiced tax-law at a national law firm and clerked at the U.S. Attorney’s Office S.D.N.Y. and at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Dr. Joan H. Schiller is a widely published medical oncologist who is internationally recognized for her work in lung cancer clinical research. She is also passionate about climate change and its impact on health. She is the author of Global Warming, COVID-19, and Lung Cancer: Why Lung Cancer Doctors Should Care about Climate Change and Why Oncologists Should Care About Climate Change. She is currently a board member of the Lung Cancer Research Foundation, Adjunct Professor at the University of Virginia, and a member of OUCH.
Pam started her professional life in New York at Conde Nast Publications and J. Walter Thompson Advertising. She then moved to Princeton and co-founded Design III, a residential and commercial interior design company. Later she joined the Sotheby’s affiliate N.T. Callaway Real Estate as Marketing Director, initiating and managing the firm’s advertising, web, marketing, and promotional programs. Pam has served on the boards of Young Audiences New Jersey Eastern Pennsylvania and The Princeton Family Center for Education.
Pam serves on and is the founding chair of the board of Sustainable Jersey, a nonprofit that works to promote sustainability in municipalities across the state. The recipient of numerous awards, Pam served on Lawrence Town Council for 12 years and as Lawrenceville Mayor for 3 years. She was honored for her SustainableJersey work and NJBiz Magazine named her one of the top 50 women in business. Pam and her husband own and run Terhune Orchards, a 200-acre sustainable produce farm and winery.
An Emmy-award winning journalist, Margaret is the Director of Special Projects for Princeton University’s Office of Communications. Margaret wrote and produced for the ABC News programs “Nightline” and “20/20,” then spent nearly 10 years making documentaries for PBS before jumping back into daily news as a senior editor for the public radio franchise “Marketplace.” She also did stints with the Science Museum in London and at the University of Oxford. Margaret lives in Princeton, NJ.
Katy Kinsolving is a food educator and writer with a background in non- profit management, public relations and special events. She has worked with a range of institutions from small social service organizations to major European museums. She is co-author of Essential Flavors and writes the Good Food Naturally blog. In Princeton she served as an ambassador for the Princeton Township curbside composting program, and was a trustee of The Watershed Institute.
Linda received her Master’s Degree in Special Education from Rider University and has been a Special Education teacher at Cranbury School since 2007. She has taught students in grades 3 through 7 in all core academic subjects in both the general and special education settings. Linda is married with two grown children and lives in Princeton, New Jersey.