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Advisory Board

The Advisory Board to Healthier Princeton is a permanent standing committee of the University composed of students, faculty, alumni, members of the administrative and biweekly staffs, and professionals in the field of preventive health. The board meets twice a year, in the spring and the fall, and provides advice not only on the Healthier Princeton program, but on other initiatives proposed by the task force that would benefit from continuing review.

The purpose of the Advisory Board is:

  • To help sustain the vision and continue the work of the President’s Task Force on Health and Well-Being to enhance the physical, psychological and emotional health of undergraduates, graduate students, post-docs, faculty, staff and their dependents, and support them in taking an active role in achieving a healthy balance between work and personal/family life
  • To provide strategic consultation to all Princeton University programs and initiatives that promote wellness, safety and work-life balance
  • To advocate for institutional support for evidence-based programs and strategies to make Princeton a healthy community in which to pursue the University’s educational, research, residential and work-related missions
  • To help articulate the mission, accomplishments and goals of Healthier Princeton and encourage the community’s awareness, acceptance and support of the program

Co-Chairs

Cynthia Cherry
Vice President for Campus Life

Robert K. Durkee
Vice President and Secretary

Members

Megan A. Adams
Director of Risk Management and Assistant Treasurer

Emily Aronson
Campus Life Writer and Special Projects Assistant, Communications

Michele Aversa
Patrolman,
Public Safty

Alison Boden
Dean of Religious Life

Janet Currie
Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School. Director, Center for Health and Wellbeing.

Roger Demarski
Assistant Vice President for Facilities, Operations,
Office of the Vice President for Facilities

Edward Freeland
Associate Director, Survey Research Center and Lecturer in Public and International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School. 

Karen Fuchs
President, Auxiliary to the Isabella McCosh Infirmary

Alan Glass
Assistant Vice Chancellor and Director
Habif Health  and Wellness Center, Washington University in St. Louis, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, Washington University School of Medicine

Alaka Halder
Undergraduate Class of 2014

Robin Izzo
Director
Environmental Health and Safety

William M. Kettyle 
Medical Director
MIT Medical

Michael Kochis
Undergraduate Class of 2015

John Kolligian Jr.
Executive Director
University Health Service

Isabaelle Laurenzi
Class of 2015

Loan Le  
Graduate Student
Electrical Engineering

David C. Leach
Associate Director of Athletics for Campus Recreation

Jed Marsh
Vice Provost for Institutional Research
Office of the Provost

Michele Minter
Vice Provost for Institutional Equity and Diversity
Office of the Provost

Pamela Mueller
Graduate Student, Psychology Department, GSG Executive Committee Health Chair  

Linda Nilsen
Director
Benefits, Human Resources

Ken Offit 
Cheif, Clinical Genetics Services
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Lisa Schreyer
Associate Dean for Student Life, Office of the Dean of the Graduate School

Lianne C. Sullivan-Crowley
Vice President for Human Resources

Sam Wang 
Associate Professor of Molecular Biology, Princeton Neuroscience Institute

Staff to the Board

Calvin R. Chin
Director, Counseling and Psychological Services, UHS

Diane Cook
Operations Coordinator, Health Promotion and Prevention Services  

Jackie Deitch-Stackhouse
Director, Sexual Harassment/Assault, Advising, Resources and Education (SHARE) Office, University Health Services

Janet E. Finnie
Associate Director and Director of Operations, UHS

Sara T. Ingraffia
Director, Employee Health Services, UHS

Peter E. Johnsen
Director, Medical Services, UHS

Claire Perkins
Executive Assistant, UHS

Ann Katherine Wagner
Health Educator, Health Promotion and Wellness Services, UHS