Students were political canvassers, escape room artists, physicists, fashionistas, inventors, thought leaders, collaborators, activists, change agents, and boat builders, among many other identities, during Project Week 2019.
At its annual Leading Change Benefit on Thursday, March 28, New Jersey SEEDS will honor Pingry Headmaster Nat Conard P '09, '11, who has served as a SEEDS trustee for nearly 15 years. Each year, SEEDS presents the Leading Change Award to those whose initiative and commitment have enhanced the educational opportunities of young people throughout New Jersey.
Founded in 1992, NJ SEEDS (Scholars, Educators, Excellence, Dedication, Success) is a nonprofit organization that prepares high-achieving, low-income students for admission to independent schools and colleges across the country.
2019 Leading Change Benefit Committee
Robin Oxendine and Randall Beard P '17, '19, '25
Crystal and Chris Broussard
Erika and Carmine Fanelle
Anne-Marie Kim and Theo Lubke P '19, '21
Polly Palumbo and Lex Maultsby P '19, '21, '24
Paula and Anre Williams P '18
Contact: Greg Waxberg '96, Communications Writer