Jennifer Martin Rowland '02 S02 – Appointed Director 12/07 (2007-2010), incoming co-chair of the Women’s Network Committee
Jennifer Rowland currently serves as a vice president of corporate sales and strategy at R.J. O’Brien, an independent futures brokerage firm. Jenny graduated summa cum laude in 2002. At Princeton, Jenny was a member of the University Cottage Club, the Committee for Academic Programs for Alumni (CAPA) and the Student Volunteer Council. Jenny was an avid Princeton sports fan, attending most home football and baseball games. Since graduation, Ms. Rowland has been involved with Princeton applicant interviews in both DC and Chicago and recently resurrected the Princeton Club of Chicago Book Club. Outside of work, she is also involved in several professional women’s organizations, including 100 Women in Hedge Funds and 85 Broads, as well as being a member of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Jenny loves to read, travel and cook. Jenny and her husband, Tom, also class of 2002, live in the Lakeview neighborhood of Chicago.
Raj Hathiramani '07 – incoming co-chair of the Princeton in Chicago Schools (PICS) Committee
Raj has helped coordinate Princeton-in-Chicago-Schools (PICS) volunteering efforts since last fall. He leads the Saturday morning alumni tutoring program at Roosevelt High Dchool in Albany Park. In addition, Raj brings alums together for various events as the Regional Director for the Class of 2007. He currently works at Citadel Investment Group as a trader for the volatility arbitrage team. Raj graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University with a BSE degree in Operations Research and Financial Engineering and certificate in Japanese language and culture. He was twice awarded the Shapiro Prize for Academic Excellence and inducted into Phi Betta Kappa during his junior year. At Princeton, Raj was a Residential Community Advisor in Wilson College, dancer in Naacho--the Indian Dance Troupe, Orange Key tour guide and senior writer for the Prince.
Gladys J. Epting '75 P11 – appointed co-chair of the Parents’ Committee 8/07
Gladys oversees research at University HealthSystem Consortium. Gladys left a small town in Florida to attend Princeton on scholarship. She received her A.B. in history in 1975 and a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, concentrating in demography and the sociology of education. During her career, she has held positions with Leo Burnett, Blue Cross Blue Shield, the American Medical Association, OmniTech Consulting Group, and the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. She serves as a trustee of her church, works with Habitat for Humanity, and is a Princeton Alumni Schools Committee interviewer. Her daughter is now a freshman at Princeton.
William E. Hewitt '74 P11 – appointed co-chair of the Parents’ Committee 8/07
Bill received his A.B. cum laude from the Woodrow Wilson School in 1974. He went on to receive both an M.B.A. and J.D. from the University of Chicago. He started his career at Kirkland and Ellis in litigation, then switched to corporate legal work with McDermott, Will, and Emery. Bill transitioned to the business side as Director of New Business Development at Allstate, then to Motorola. Now he is on his own, working on a variety of legal and business projects for numerous clients. Bill interviews applicants to Princeton. His daughter is now a freshman at Princeton.