The Francine LeFrak Center Advisory Board and Corporate Council
The Francine LeFrak Center Advisory Board
To complement and assist the Francine A. LeFrak Foundation Center for Well-Being’s on-campus initiatives and programming, Barnard created an Advisory Board of esteemed professionals with expertise in all areas of well-being. These individuals help develop short and long-term plans that will guide the Francine LeFrak Center through its early years and beyond. Members represent a wide range of ages, identity groups, and professional experience, with expertise in fields such as physical and mental health, financial fluency and well-being, diet and nutrition, and holistic self-care. The Advisory Board also includes ex-officio members Francine A. LeFrak and President Sian Leah Beilock, and senior administrators at the College also attend meetings on an as-needed basis.
The Advisory Board shapes the Center’s strategic direction and acts as key partners to Barnard leadership and to those organizing the College’s well-being initiatives. With the active participation of industry experts and innovative thinkers who understand the College’s history, current needs, and long-term objectives, the Advisory Board will continue to strengthen Barnard’s well-being resources and ensure that the College can meet the evolving needs of our student body for generations to come.
- Sian Leah Beilock, ex officio
- Francine A. LeFrak, ex officio
- Daisy Helman P’14
- Sheila Klehm
- Denise LeFrak
- Annamaria Lusardi
- Michelle Lopes Maldonado ’91
- Catherine Rocco P’23
- Jane Schwartzberg ’90
- Jacki Zehner P’23
The Francine LeFrak Center Corporate Council
Members of the Francine A. LeFrak Foundation Center for Well-Being Corporate Council are at the forefront of the critical work addressing the many dimensions of student health and wellness—physical, mental, and financial—that propel success inside and outside the classroom. Corporate Council members create a lasting impact by advising Francine LeFrak Center leadership and using professional experience to shape programming, which will ensure that Barnard students have the foundation they need to thrive in the workplace and in life.
Council members are ambassadors for the Barnard community and serve as advocates for women’s well-being. In addition to their subject matter expertise, members provide crucial resources via annual dues to fund the Francine LeFrak Center’s operation, and they will support continued growth by connecting new external partners and investors.
- Edelman Financial Engines
- Fidelity Investments
- JPMorgan Chase & Co.
- McKinsey & Company