Eve Coulson

Eve CoulsonEve 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.