Advisory Board: Eve Coulson
Eve Coulson, who received a B.A. in Philosophy from Webster in 1973, has tried to make good use of the knowledge, skills, and life-long friendships she gained while at Webster, including her three years as a resident counselor in the dorms. Her work has spanned the public and private sector, as a vocational counselor, ESL teacher, corporate trainer for Bloomingdales, bartender, writer, and consultant on intermarriage issues. Currently, she serves on several local and national boards (Princeton Arts Council, Lilith Magazine, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Jewish Family and Children's Service of Mercer County, NJ), is a founding member of the Alliance (a newly formed professional network), is a certified Nia dance instructor, and editor of The Cannonball, a publication serving a WWII Hump pilots association. She lives in Princeton, NJ with her husband, Nelson Obus, and has two children, Lucy, a student at Georgetown, and Eli, a graduate of NYU film school, currently living in New York City.