Anne Charrier ’69
Anne Stovall Charrier is an Opera singer, director, designer, choreographer, writer: her credits include co-writing and directing “The U.S. Express”, a children’s summer-long musical at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, multiple productions of the Witch in Humperdinck’s “Hansel and Gretel” and of Katisha in Gilbert and Sullivan’s “Mikado”, notably in a Helen Hayes nominated production – plus various other operatic crusty old women. Mother of two, grandmother of four, she has also earned a black belt in Tae Kwan Do, now turning to the softer arts of Chen style Tai Ji. With husband J. William Charrier ’69, Ms. Charrier is co-founder of the Friends of Theatre Intime and also assisted in the creation of the Princeton–BIOS Joint Program in Ocean Science.
“Working with the PICS program is a tremendously fun way for me to stay in touch with the next generation. All of these bright and energetic young men and women are our assurance that the world’s next decades are in good hands. Whether interviewing multiple candidates for next summer’s internships or being an Alumni Partner to one, I find my spirits lifted and my smile brighter in getting to know them. I wish I could grant every one of them a summer to remember.”
John Draper ’69
Kathy Gaffney ’69
Bruce Hillman ’69
Lori Mihalich-Levin ’01
Lori Mihalich-Levin is the Director of Hospital and Graduate Medical Education Payment Policy at the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) in Washington, DC. After graduating from Princeton as a Woodrow Wilson School major and French Certificate student in 2001, she spent a year in France on a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship, got her law degree from Georgetown University, clerked for a judge, practiced health care law, and then pursued her interest in health policy at the AAMC.
Lori has enthusiastically supported the work of the PICS program since 2000, when she was a PICS intern at the National Network to End Domestic Violence in Washington, DC, and 2001, when she interned at Jane Doe, the Massachusetts Coalition to End Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence in Boston, MA. She has served as a mentor/Alumni Partner to PICS interns for many years and joined the Class of ’69 Community Service Fund Board in 2009. Over the past 3 years, she has been proud to host and mentor 7 amazing PICS interns in health policy roles at the AAMC, and she looks forward many more years of bringing Princeton’s talented and engaged students to her workplace. Being a PICS intern over a decade ago connected Lori to lifelong mentors and friends with whom she is still in touch and inspired her to pursue a career with a non-profit, mission-driven organization.
Robert B. Loveman ’69
Education: Princeton University 1969 (Honors), University of Chicago MBA 1972, CPA, CFP
1992-Present: BROWNSON, REHMUS & FOXWORTH, INC., President & CEO
Mr. Loveman has served on numerous non-profit boards. He is a long-standing board member of Princeton Internships in Civic Service. Currently he is the Chair of the Founders Council at the Field Museum of Natural History, and represents the Council’s interest in supporting the scientific and academic affairs of the Museum on its Board of Trustees. He is a board member of the Uhlich Child Advantage Network (“UCAN”) – a large Chicago-area social service agency and a board member of Princeton in Chicago School’s adopt-a-school program. Mr. Loveman continues his close affiliation with Princeton Club of Chicago, where he has held roles as president, treasurer, and many committee chairs.
Publicly Elected Board Treasurer: Boulder Mountain Fire Protection District
Advisory Board: University of CO Public Interest Internship Experience (“PIIE”) Program.
“I have mentored PICS interns since the inception of the program (1994) and continue to enjoy long-term relationships developed during those brief summer interactions. My role is to collaborate with the intern and his/her host organization to make sure the work assignment is mutually productive and that the intern has a safe and successful experience. I have helped develop new internships, fix “broken” ones, and find the funding so that the host organization can continue participating.”
Maureen Marston ’69
H. Clay McEldowney ’69
Steve Peri ’70
Turk Thacher ’66
Thomas Weidner ’69
Tom graduated from Princeton with a degree in economics in 1969 and the University of Wisconsin Law School with honors in 1972. He initially worked for the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office enforcing the state’s air, water and noise pollution laws. He then worked in private practice for three decades and specialized in insurance regulatory, bad faith and class action litigation. His most memorable legal experience was talking with Georgia O’Keefe for 45 minutes during a break in her deposition in a lawsuit in which he was serendipitously involved.
Tom served on the Cranbury Township Committee for three terms and was mayor for three years. He also served as President of the Mercer County Bar Association and Chairman of the Board of the United Way of Greater Mercer County. He is currently Chair of the Cranbury Parks Commission, an officer of a Cranbury non-profit that funds parks and recreation in Cranbury and has been serving on the PICS board for approximately 10 years.
“Serving on the PICS board keeps me in touch with Princeton students and their diversity and commitment to excellence. It is gratifying that Princeton students, who like their peers at other top schools are often criticized for only wanting to make money, serve internships that expose them to some of the most disadvantaged people in our society. They derive great pleasure in helping them. That experience has to be helpful for those who will be the future leaders of our society.”