Princeton Theological Seminary has hired Ann-Henley Saunders as the new director of alumni relations.
“The Rev. Saunders is a gifted pastor and builder of community who brings to this role a deep commitment to the church and an infectious enthusiasm for the mission of Princeton Seminary,” says Anne W. Stewart, associate vice president for communication and deputy to the president. “She will provide tremendous leadership for alumni relations, and we are thrilled to welcome her to this role.”
Saunders, who earned a master’s of divinity from the seminary in 2014, was most recently as associate pastor for emerging generations and young adults at First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta. She spent her early career in theater and as an elder at Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York City. She was also an admissions associate at Princeton Seminary from 2014 to 2015.
Princeton Theological Seminary, 64 Mercer Street, Box 821, Princeton 08542. 609-921-8300. M. Craig Barnes, president. www.ptsem.edu.
VolunteerConnect has hired Allison Howe as the organization’s new executive director. She was most recently vice president of medical administration for Planned Parenthood of Northern, Central and Southern New Jersey.
“Allison is an experienced, motivated and highly respected professional who will lead VolunteerConnect with passion and purpose,” says Dennis Kilfeather, chairman of VolunteerConnect’s board. “Throughout her career, she has successfully launched numerous programs and initiatives that have had a significant impact on the communities in which she has served.”
Prior to joining Planned Parenthood, Howe opened the first Alzheimer’s assisted living facility in New Jersey. She also served on the board of directors of the South Jersey chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, and was later appointed director of the organization. “Her experience in both the for-profit and nonprofit worlds, including operations, development, strategic planning and advocacy, will help VolunteerConnect continue to grow and expand its capacity,” adds Kilfeather. “Allison brings a high level of energy and enthusiasm as well as fresh ideas to our organization.”
Howe earned master’s degrees in business administration and health services administration from the University of Michigan.
VolunteerConnect, Box 615, Princeton 08542. 609-921-8893. Allison Howe, executive director. www.volunteerconnectnj.org.
Carol Kondrach, associate vice president for information technology at Rider University, has been named Princeton University’s deputy chief information officer.
The deputy CIO helps manage information technology operations and services, reporting to vice president for information technology and CIO Jay Dominick.
“I am very excited to have a well-respected and innovative IT leader joining the Office of Information Technology as the deputy chief information officer,” Dominick said. “With more than 20 years of senior IT leadership experience in higher education, Carol has a proven track record of success that will help us continue to advance our mission of supporting the technology needs of the university.”
Kondrach spent 25 years at Rider in roles including technical support staff and director of academic computing to leading Rider’s Office of Information Technologies. She was previously an IT consultant for the U.S. Department of Defense and a management consultant at Deloitte.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in math and computer science from La Salle University. Kondrach replaces Nadine Stern, who retired.
Princeton University, 1 Nassau Hall, Princeton 08544. 609-258-3000. Christopher Eisgruber, president. www.princeton.edu.