The Princeton Area Community Foundation has elected three new trustees: Eleanor Horne, Carolyn Sanderson, and Lisa Skeete Tatum. Trustees act as ambassadors of the Community Foundation and guide its work. “We are very pleased to have these new members on our board” said President, Nancy Kieling. “Their community perspectives and insights will be very valuable in fulfilling our mission to promote philanthropy across central New Jersey.”

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Eleanor Horne

Eleanor Horne

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Carolyn Sanderson

Carolyn Sanderson

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Lisa Skeete Tatum

Lisa Skeete Tatum

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Eleanor Horne is the former Vice President of Educational Testing Service’s Social Investment Fund (retired). She is a Trustee of Homefront, Princeton Day School, D & R Greenway Land Trust, and Young Audiences of New Jersey. A veteran of the Community Foundation board (she has previously served as Vice Chair and Chair of the Grants Committee), Horne was reelected after a required one-year hiatus.

Carolyn Sanderson is Managing Director of J.P. Morgan Private Bank in Princeton. She is a trustee of McCarter Theatre, and was previously President of Trinity Counseling Service and Chair of the Friends of the Institute for Advanced Study.

Lisa Skeete Tatum is a former General Partner of Cardinal Partners, an early stage health care venture capital firm in Princeton, NJ. She is a Trustee of the Princeton Healthcare System Foundation and Cornell University, and a member of the Committee of 200, an international network of women leaders.