Reunions has moved online!
Join us for a panel discussion on
Thursday, May 28, 4:00 p.m.
"Creating Community: A Conversation"
4 presidents of Chabad, both past and present, discuss Chabad's incredible growth and plans for the future.
Dena Koren '04
Dena Koren '04 is a Senior Director at EdTec in the SF Bay Area, where she leads a team that helps charter schools develop strategic budgets and manage to them throughout the year. Prior to EdTec, she worked at the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), with a focus on education. Her projects ranged from work with Chicago Public Schools to supporting the merger of Memphis City and Shelby County Schools. After Princeton, Dena went to BELL, a national nonprofit afterschool and summer program for low-income students, as a P55 Fellow and stayed for 3 more years. While there, she led teacher recruitment and helped the organization grow from $5M to $20M and from 12 schools to over 50 school sites. Dena was a Psychology major at Princeton and holds an MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Arthur Ewenczyk ‘09
Arthur Ewenczyk '09 is a Trial Attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice's Tax Division, where he prosecutes white-collar fraud across the country. Prior to working at the Justice Department, Arthur attended law school at Yale (sucks!) and then served as a law clerk to two federal judges, in Baltimore and Washington, D.C. As a member of the (great) class of 2009, Arthur majored in history, with an emphasis on the history of science and technology. He served as the 2007-2008 president of the Chabad board and as a member of the Daily Princetonian editorial board and was a proud member of the Princeton Charter Club.
Ken Anhalt '14
Ken Anhalt ‘14 is originally from Englewood, New Jersey. After graduation, Ken worked in consulting and private equity. He graduated from Harvard Business School this week and is excited to be soon moving back to New York with his wife and kids. Congratulations to the Princeton Class of 2020!
Arielle Mindel '21
Arielle Mindel '21 is a junior in the Psychology department with a certificate in Gender and Sexuality Studies. Most recently, she completed her independent work on the effect of stress on eating habits. She lives in Cherry Hill, NJ where she spends most of her free time cooking and baking for her family. Arielle is the current Chabad president.
Sarah Hirschfield '20
Sarah Hirschfield ’20 is philosophy major from NYC. Next year she will pursue an MPhil in Philosophy at Cambridge University as a Gates Scholar. On campus, she was involved with the Daily Princetonian, Sinfonia, Princeton Vegan Society, Law Review, Freestyle Rap Group, and Princeton Powerlifiting.