Executive Vice President
318 Nassau Hall
Princeton, NJ 08544
In November 2013, Treby Williams was appointed the Executive Vice President of Princeton University. As executive vice president, Treby leads efforts to enhance campus life, modernize the University's operations and infrastructure, strengthen safety planning and coordination, and augment campus services. She has direct oversight of audit and compliance, campus life, facilities, human resources, safety and administrative planning, and university services, and reports to the President.
Treby is responsible for the University's next long-term campus plan and capital construction program, and leads University efforts focused on environmental safety, risk management, compliance, and increasing efficiencies across administrative and academic departments. She is chair of the Environmental, Safety, and Risk Management Committee, the Executive Compliance Committee, and the Committee to Strengthen University Management and Resources, as well as co-chair of the Executive Risk Management Committee.
Prior to being appointed executive vice president, Treby worked in the Office of the Executive Vice President as the director of planning and administration and then as the assistant vice president for safety and administrative planning. Before joining the Office of the Executive Vice President, she was director of Princeton’s Office of Development Priorities for two years.
Previously, Treby was an assistant U.S. attorney in the southern district of New York and the district of New Jersey from 1992 to 2004, and worked as an attorney for three years for Coudert Brothers in London and New York.
Treby serves on the College of New Jersey Board of Trustees, and previously chaired the Princeton Day School Board of Trustees.
Treby earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Princeton University in 1984 and earned a law degree from New York University.