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.”