NJ, August 3, 2012–Princeton Theological Seminary is pleased to
announce the election of six new members to its Board of Trustees.
Don Lincoln is
pastor and head of staff of Westminster Presbyterian Church in West Chester,
Pennsylvania. He earned his M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary (Class
of 1980), and his B.M.E. from Miami University.
James Neal is vice
president for information services and university librarian at Columbia
University in New York City. He earned his M.A., M.S., and a Certificate in
Advanced Librarianship from Columbia, and his B.A. from Rutgers University.
Jeffrey V. O’Grady is
pastor and head of staff of San Marino Community Church in San Marino,
California. He is currently a D.Min. candidate at San Francisco Theological
Seminary, and earned his M.A. from Luther Northwestern Theological Seminary, his
M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary (Class of 1988), and his B.S. from
the University of Minnesota.
Mark P. Thomas is pastor
and head of staff of Ladue Chapel Presbyterian Church in St. Louis, Missouri. He
earned his M.Div. (1980) and D.Min. (1997) from Princeton Theological Seminary,
and his B.A. from Duke University.
James A. Unruh is
the founding/managing principal of Alerion Capital Group, LLC, a private equity
and management advisory firm headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. He earned his
M.B.A. from the University of Denver in Colorado, and a B.S. from Jamestown
College. He is an ordained elder and a member of Valley Presbyterian Church in
Paradise Valley, Arizona.
Renée Lawler Sundberg isassociate
pastor of University Presbyterian Church in Seattle, Washington, was elected by
her fellow alumni/ae as an alumni/ae trustee in the Board’s Class of 2015. She
earned her M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary (Class of 1998), and her
B.A. from the University of Washington.
was established in 1812 by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church as a
post-graduate professional school of theology. Currently celebrating its
Bicentennial, Princeton is the largest Presbyterian seminary in the country,
with more than 500 students in six graduate degree programs.