Liz developed the Millennial TechCorps concept using the collaborative design platform at OpenIDEO. Since 2003, she has the served as the first woman Head Master of the Lawrenceville School, a 205-year-old private secondary school in New Jersey. Prior to Lawrenceville, Liz served in senior leadership roles at the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation and The Ball Foundation. Liz was a trustee at Princeton University, has served on the boards of many organizations, and has been president and vice president of the Eight Schools Association, a consortium of eight leading American boarding schools.
Liz has written numerous articles for national education publications, and she is the co-author of two books: Crafting a Class (Princeton University Press, 1998) and The Charitable Nonprofits (Jossey-Bass, 1995). She graduated from Princeton University with a degree in molecular biology, and earned an MBA and a Master’s degree in education policy from Stanford University.
Jeanne joined Liz to bring the Millennial TechCorps idea to life. She is an entrepreneur with over 20 years’ leadership experience in the for-profit as well as non-profit sectors. She is president of Parallax Productions, a media and technology consulting company. Prior to that, she launched a luxury consumer brand and served as president of the Contemporary Jewelry Design Group, a national non-profit organization that promotes independent jewelry designers. Jeanne also served on the board of Say Ah!, an organization that promotes health literacy.
Previously, Jeanne was a member of the executive team at Prefer.com, a venture-funded Internet startup. She advised non-profit organizations on their use of Internet technologies and new media, and in her early career was a film and television producer, creating award-winning short films, commercials, and music videos from her office in New York’s Tribeca Film Center. Jeanne graduated from Yale University with a degree in English Literature.