June 15, 2020
Kenyon has announced plans to resume in-person instruction for fall semester. Read more here.
The Kenyon Fund Executive Committee is the leadership group for the Kenyon Fund, which has an extensive volunteer network comprised of over 300 volunteers who encourage their fellow alumni and alumnae to support the Kenyon Fund.
These volunteers may be class agents, reunion committee members,
Sr. Vice President, Davenport & Company LLC, Richmond, VA
Shareholder, Fitzpatrick Lentz & Bubba P.C., Allentown, PA
Managing Director, Morgan Stanley, Manhasset, NY
Retired attorney, Covington, Kentucky
Graduate student, Atlanta, GA
Head of Secondary School Advising, St. Bernard's School, New York, NY
Planned Giving Officer, Floyd Healthcare Foundation, Rome, GA
Retired Head of Library Technical Services, Carleton College Library, Northfield, MN
Elementary School Teacher, Ethical Culture Fieldston School, Bronx, NY
Managing Partner, Co-founder, Intersect Power, Walnut, CA
Retired Sr. Vice President/Client Advisor, PNC Wealth Management, Pittsburgh, PA
Travel Writer, Iceland with Kids
Head of Investment Product, Fidelity Investments
Psychologist - Owner/HBPC Staff Psych, InnerConnections Couns./Dayton VMAC, Richmond, IN
Director of Client Partnership, Signafire Technologies, Brooklyn, NY
Graduate Student, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Director, Proving Ground Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard
Director of Business Operations, TEKsystems, Westerville, OH
Vice President, T. Rowe Price International, ltd.
The KFEC is comprised of a chair, vice chair, former chair, class agent chair, and other members who represent various strategic constituencies of the Kenyon Fund. Members of the Committee serve a three-year term, renewable once; the chair serves a two-year term. At any time during a chair's term, a vice chair may be appointed by the College in consultation with the chair. The appointment of the vice chair (who will succeed the chair) will normally be made, however, before the beginning of the chair's second campaign year.