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Princeton Charter School is governed by a Board of Trustees whose ultimate responsibility is to uphold the mission of the school by providing for the well-being of the institution in the present as well as the future. The Board protects the public interest and upholds the public trust by applying the highest standards of service in governing the school according to its Charter, by-laws, and relevant state and federal statutes. It is the duty of the Board of Trustees to make plans, establish policies, and assess the performance of the school as a whole. The Board also bears ultimate responsibility for the school's finances and physical plant. The Board must also identify, select, work with, support and evaluate the Princeton Charter School Head of School, who is the professional educational leader of the school as well as its administrator. In order to successfully undertake all these responsibilities, the Board must organize, manage, and assess itself in an efficient, business-like manner.

    

Board of Trustees 2016 - 2017

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Paul Josephson

President

Amanda Rose

Vice President
 

Harlan Tenenbaum

Lily Zou

Board of Trustees 2016 - 2017: Biographies


Paul Josephson
  is a partner with Duane Morris LLP in Newark and Cherry Hill and Duane Morris Government Solutions in Trenton, where he litigates for and advises corporations, nonprofits and public entities on administrative and procurement matters, governance, and communications strategies. He previously served in various senior positions for the State of New Jersey as Chief Counsel to the Governor, Chief of Authorities, and Director of the Division of Law, overseeing the State's 550 civil attorneys and its 50 independent authorities. He advises numerous Democratic and Republican officeholders and lectures on policy, election and ethics issues.  He chairs the New Jersey State Bar Association's Administrative Law Section; co-chairs the Citizen's Campaign Legal Task Force, which promotes citizen-led government reforms; and is a trustee of the New Jersey Charter School Association.  Education: Montclair Kimberley Academy; A.B., University of Michigan; J.D. with honors, George Washington University.

Amanda Rose is a senior associate at Princeton Consulting Resources Inc. where she provides consultation to organizations in leadership development; executive assessment; training design and delivery; executive coaching and presentation skills. She is also a staff member of the Wharton School's Executive Development Program at the University of Pennsylvania. In addition, she prepares students for the verbal portions of the SSAT, SAT and ACT. Education: Princeton High School; B.A. in English, Cornell University; M.A. in Organizational Psychology, Columbia University; Psy.D Organizational Psychology Rutgers University.

Khalid Anwar is a senior finance executive specializing in turning around businesses going through financial difficulties. He has more than 25 years of experience in financial management in companies ranging from Fortune 50 to start ups. More recently he served as senior vice president of finance for an audio electronics company. He has also worked with non-profit organizations like Cobscook Community Learning Center in Maine, United Cerebral Palsy and several other organizations. He is currently serving on the PCS’ Finance Committee. Khalid and his wife Seema have one of their daughters attending PCS. Education: B.A. in Accounting from University of Wisconsin and MBA from the University of Chicago.

Brandice Canes-Wrone is the Donald E. Stokes Professor of Public and International Affairs and Professor of Politics at Princeton University, where she researches and teaches on topics of US politics, public policy, and international political economy. She and her husband David have two children at PCS, a 7th grader and a 4th grader. Currently she serves on the boards of the Princeton Skating Club and the Presidency and Executive Politics section of the American Political Science Association. Education:AB in Economics, Certificate in Music Performance, Princeton University; PhD in Political Economics, Graduate School of Business,Stanford University.

Randy Hubert  worked as an attorney who handled commercial and employment law litigation at the Philadelphia law firm of Hangley Connolly Epstein Chicco Foxman and Ewing.  She has been the Vice President of Education at the Jewish Center of Princeton for the past three years and has served on its Board of Directors in many capacities.  She has been a Charter School parent for a decade and currently has a 4th  and 7th grader  as well as a Charter School alumnae who currently attends Princeton High School. Education: B.S. in Economics from Wharton School  at the University of Pennsylvania, and M.A. from Harvard Law School

Maryellen McQuade is a human resources professional with a depth of experience working with large organizations through times of change. Currently, Maryellen heads Human Resources for Glaxo Consumer Healthcare in North America. This is a company that was newly formed after a merger with a division of Novartis Pharmacueticals, of which Maryellen held the role of Global HR Head, Technical Operations and Quality. Previous to Novartis, Maryellen worked at Bristol-Myers Squibb partnering with manufacturing and R&D employee populations. Maryellen's expertise is primarily in business model redesign, organizational change, talent management and deepening managerial capabilities. Maryellen started her career in talent acquisition. Maryellen lives in Princeton with her husband, David, and two daughters. Education: B.A. in Women's Studies/Politics, Pomona College; M.A. in Latin American Studies, Georgetown University

Harlan Tenenbaum is a graduate of Tufts University and Brooklyn Law School, and currently serves as the CEO of Harlan Scott Legal Search.  He practiced law at both a large firm and in-house, and served as CEO of an international non-profit for just shy of 10 years. He has worked with a wide range of nonprofit and philanthropic organizations in various stages of organizational development, including charter schools and other education reform organizations.

Lily Zou received her training as a scientist and then started her career in drug discovery research at a biotech company. After getting an MBA, she worked at a management consulting firm.  Following consulting, She worked at both large multi-national pharmaceutical firms and small start-up biotechs, in roles from strategic planning to business development.  

She is the company’s Diversity and Inclusion Council co-chair.  Outside of work and family, She volunteers as a den leader for the local cub scout organization.  She is actively involved with MIT’s alumni association. Mrs. Zou is currently an Educational Counsel for MIT, alumni volunteer helping MIT interview applicants of the school.   She holds a B.S. from Peking University, a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology from Cornell University, and an MBA from MIT.

 

 

 




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