On Board: Princeton-Blairstown Center Appoints Two New Members

On Board: Princeton-Blairstown Center Appoints Two New Members

June 25, 2015

With an unanimous vote, the Princeton-Blairstown Center voted-in two new members to their board of trustees and appointed a new advisory council member.

Kevin C. Hudson and Romy Riddick were appointed to three-year terms as trustees and assumed their responsibilities on June 24, as did Sari Chang in her role as advisory council member.

Princeton-Blairstown Center, based in New Jersey, provides experiential and adventure-based programs in outdoor and school settings in New Jersey and in New York City, including at Global Neighborhood Secondary School in East Harlem.

“Over the past year and a half we have strategically worked to build our Board to be a highly effective force for outstanding governance,” said Pam Gregory, Princeton-Blairstown Center President and CEO, in a press release. “Kevin and Romy fill gaps in our expertise we’ve looked to address and I look forward to their active participation in molding the future of the organization.”

Hudson works as managing partner of Education Access Granted, a program he co-founded that assists schools, districts and families in applying to college, and serves as assistant director for college opportunity at Princeton University.

Riddick formerly worked at TD Bank, Pricewaterhouse Coopers and Merrill Lynch & Co. in human resource positions and currently serves as the assistant vice president of the client services team at Princeton University.

Chang is an architect and principal at Mike Jacobs Architecture in New York City.


Thomas Seubert