DANIELLE ALLEN ’93 is the UPS Foundation Professor in the School of Social Science at the Institute for Advanced Study. The recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship in 2001, Allen spent 10 years on the faculty at the University of Chicago.
KIM BOYLE ’84 is a partner at the law firm Phelps Dunbar in New Orleans and president of the Louisiana State Bar Association. A volunteer for her community and for Princeton, she was active in rebuilding efforts in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
HENRI FORD ’80, an internationally recognized leader in pediatric trauma, is vice president and surgeon-in-chief of the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles and professor of surgery and vice dean for education at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. He served on a medical-relief team in his native country, Haiti, following the devastating earthquake there.
LAURA FORESE ’83, senior vice president and chief medical officer of New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, speaks frequently on management topics in medicine. Forese is a board member and medical advisory committee chairwoman of the Matthew Larson Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation; she also has been a leading volunteer for Princeton.
JOSH GREHAN ’10 was dedicated to social justice and community service on and off campus during his time at Princeton. Grehan received the Daniel M. Sachs Class of 1960 Graduating Scholarship, which he will use to study economic and social history at Oxford University.
BRENT HENRY ’69, vice president and general counsel of Boston-based Partners HealthCare, has served as a trustee twice before, for a total of 14 years. A former president of the Alumni Association, he is co-chairman of “Connect: A Black Alumni Leadership Initiative” for the Aspire campaign.
THOMAS SIEBEL, chairman of the holding company First Virtual Group, founded and led Siebel Systems
until it merged with Oracle Corp. in 2006. Siebel is the author of several business-related books and is a member of the Annual Giving Parents Fund Committee.
C. JAMES YEH ’87 is senior managing director of Chicago-based Citadel Investment Group. He is a member of the Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton and serves on the Aspire campaign steering committee for the Chicago region.
Henry will serve a 10-year term as a charter trustee; the others will serve four-year terms. The board has 40 members.