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PSRC Welcomes New Board Members for 2023

Princeton, NJ Princeton Senior Resource Center announces the appointment of three new board members as of July 1, 2023: Kathy Ales, Harold Kuskin, and Jane Silverman. These new board members inspire and motivate the rest of the board and the organization. Their energy and passion will help drive initiatives forward, encourage teamwork, and create a positive and engaging boardroom environment.


Kathy Ales has been a resident of Princeton for thirty-nine years. She and her husband, Richard Levine, raised their four children here. Trained in general internal medicine, she served on the faculty at New York Hospital-Cornell University Medical College and as a physician at The New York Hospital. Later, on the University Medical Center at Princeton staff, she was medical director of the former Merwick Long Term Care Unit on Bayard Lane and the Medical Center's Hospice Service. More recently, as medical director for Jacobus Pharmaceutical Company, Inc., she oversaw clinical research for the treatment of an ultra-rare neurological disorder. Now fully retired, Kathy enjoys family, friends, walking, biking, swimming, playing squash, reading, gardening, traveling, and giving back to the community. Having previously served as the Medical Center’s representative to the PSRC board, Kathy is excited to bring her professional and life experience to the service of the current PSRC board.


Harold A. Kuskin and wife, Joan, have been Princeton residents since 2011 and have two children and five grandchildren. He is an alumnus of Harvard College and Harvard Law School, practiced law in New Jersey for more than thirty years, and in 1995 he was nominated by Governor Whitman to be a judge of the Tax Court of New Jersey. Since retiring in 2009, Judge Kuskin has served PSRC as a member and former chairperson of the Evergreen Forum Steering Committee as well as teaching opera and Antarctic exploration courses. "My participation in the Evergreen Forum has provided me with the opportunity to observe how important the PSRC is in supporting and enriching the lives of the members of our senior community, and I am delighted and honored to serve as a member of its Board of Trustees." He has also served as a walking tour guide for the Historical Society of Princeton.


Jane Silverman is an organizational consultant specializing in strategic planning and governance for nonprofits. She grew up in Trenton and has been a resident of Princeton since 1977 where she raised her three children. She has had a long career in nonprofit management as an executive, consultant, and board member. She currently is the chair of the development committee for the Princeton Public Library Friends and Foundation and chair of the governance committee for the American Repertory Ballet/Princeton Ballet School. She is a long-time member of the national board of Governors of the American Jewish Committee and sits on the advisory committee of the Jacob Blaustein Institute for Human Rights. She is the proud grandmother of seven and is an avid reader, a returning piano player, and an active theater, opera, and concertgoer. As a lifelong learner and a belief in reaching across the generations, she is thrilled to join the board of the Princeton Senior Resource Center.


PSRC, The Princeton Senior Resource Center, is a community nonprofit where aging adults and their families find support, guidance, education, and social programs to help them navigate life transitions and continue to be active, healthy, and engaged in the community.


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