September 13, 2017

New Board Members Announced By St. Paul School of Princeton

St. Paul School of Princeton recently appointed five new members to its school board: Lisa Candella-Hulbert of Princeton, Jaysen LeSage of Ewing, Kathryn “Kate” Miller of Lawrenceville, Jay Pelikan of Lawrenceville, and Liz Truslow of Hightstown.

Ms. Candella-Hulbert, a graduate of Seton Hall University, will chair the strategic planning committee. She serves on the Seton Hall University Alumni Board of Directors and is a past president of the St. Paul School PTA. A parent of a St. Paul Class of 2016 alumnus, she is currently a broker-associate of Berkshire Hathaway Fox & Roach Realtors in Princeton and is vice president of the Mercer County Top Producers Association.

Mr. LeSage, the chairperson of the technology committee, is the senior IT manager for the Dean of the College at Princeton University where he oversees a diverse portfolio of hardware, software, support, and application development personnel. His professional experience includes many aspects of technology from various industries such as telecommunications, healthcare, and education. Mr. LeSage is the parent of fourth grader.

Ms. Miller, the stakeholder engagement committee chairperson, is the parent of a St. Paul School Class of 2009 alumna and also a current eighth grader. She is a senior VP, executive director for MRM/McCann a global digital marketing agency and has been with the organization for over 20 years and leads the Princeton office. In her time at St. Paul she has been active as a class parent, a member of the marketing committee, Shamrock Auction project lead, Ambassador Family, as well as active with TASK and other parish efforts. Ms. Miller is a graduate of Rosemont College.

Mr. Pelikan is the chief estimator for Old Forge Builders Commercial Construction Division and will chair the St. Paul School facilities committee. A parent of students in Pre-K 4 and second grade, he holds a degree in business management from Green Mountain College. Mr. Pelikan is an active member of the Knights of Columbus #636 Princeton.

Ms. Truslow is the chairperson of the advancement and endowment committee. She is the mother of two current Saint Paul School students and resides with her family at the Peddie School. In her professional capacity, Ms. Truslow is senior director at Cambridge in America, where she works with donors to the University of Cambridge. Previously, she worked as an attorney at a Princeton firm. Ms. Truslow is a graduate of Rutgers University, where she earned a BA, MPA, and JD.