DartmouthChange is a fast growing group of over 600 alumni, faculty, students and general community members. Our core team of organizing members is comprised of 35 people, including:
Lee A. Witters, MD is a Professor of Biological Sciences at Dartmouth College, and the Eugene W. Leonard 1921 Professor of Medicine and Biochemistry at Geisel School of Medicine.
Peter Hackett ’75 is the Avalon Professor of the Humanities and a Professor of Theater at Dartmouth College.
Robert H. Davidson Jr. ’67
William (Bill) Sjogren ’67 played on Dartmouth varsity football and baseball teams, has an MBA from Harvard Business School, and has been working for a decade to reduce problem drinking and sexual assault on campus. He lives in Hanover.
Gerry Rosenberg ’76 teaches Law and Politics Science at the University of Chicago. He is the father of a ’13 and a ’16.
Martha Hennessey ’76, MBA, Ph.D. (developmental psychology) is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Geisel School of Medicine and member of NH State Legislature. She lives in Hanover.
Bob Wetzel ’76 lives in Lyme, NH.
Anne Fokstuen, Tuck ’89, is a family law attorney who works with victims of sexual assault.
Susy Struble ’93, lives in San Francisco, CA.
Meredith Raucher ’06 is a former chair of Mentors Against Violence (MAV).
Lindsey A.V. Stolley TDI ’08, Ph.D., MPH recently completed her doctoral research on the primary prevention of sexual violence at colleges and universities. Her dissertation, “A Preliminary Examination of Factors Related to the Comprehensiveness of Sexual Violence Prevention Efforts at Indiana Institutions of Higher Education,” examined both causes and factors in the incidence of sexual violence and various methods of working to prevent it.
Alex Arnold ’10 was a Sexual Abuse Awareness Program (SAAP) intern and a Sexual Abuse Peer Advisor (SAPA) during her time at Dartmouth, chair of the Student and Presidential Committee on Sexual Assault’s (SPCSA) Emergency Response sub-committee, and a volunteer advocate with WISE. She lives in Boston and continues to work to prevent and raise awareness of sexual violence in her community.
Kathryn Tracy, DrPH, is a Smith College ’74 alumna and a faculty member at the UMass School of Public Health. She has worked for a decade with Dartmouth students to end sexual assault and rape.
James A. Reynolds has spent over two decades in the financial services industry in asset management and private equity. He was a member of the Investment Committee at Fayez Sarofim & Co. and had large institutional clients in the U.S. and overseas. He also helped to start a private equity firm, Fundamental Capital, in San Francisco. Jim moved to the Upper Valley from San Francisco seeking the quality of life that this area provides for him and his family. Here, he is active as a private investor. Jim is on the Board of Advisors for Norris Cotton Cancer Center, serves on the Affordable Housing Committee for the Town of Hanover, and is on the Board of Trustees for the Upper Valley Land Trust. He has provided consulting services to a hedge fund. His time is also spent looking after a young daughter who has varied interests as well as pursuing his own passion for travel. He lives in Hanover, NH.