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GSAPP Alumni Board Announces Appointments

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Ruth Benjamin ‘10 MArch, GSAPP Alumni Board President, and Jennifer Romeo ‘12 MArch, GSAPP Alumni Board Vice President
September 3, 2020

The GSAPP Alumni Board is very proud to announce the appointment of Ruth Benjamin ‘10 MArch as President and Jennifer Romeo ‘12 MArch as Vice President at its August 24 meeting. Ruth and Jennifer will serve a two year term.

Ruth is an architect at Industry City, a complex supporting a wide range of retail, restaurants, and creative industries over 35 acres of repurposed industrial space in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Jennifer is a designer at Perkins Eastman, an international planning, design, and consulting firm.

The GSAPP Alumni Board was formed in July 2010 to represent alumni from all GSAPP degree programs: Architecture, Real Estate Development, Urban Planning, Urban Design, Historic Preservation, and Critical, Curatorial, and Conceptual Practices.

The GSAPP Alumni Board is supported by the GSAPP Office of Development & Alumni Relations, which was established in 2005. The Office of Development & Alumni Relations is dedicated to building a strong framework for alumni communication, collaboration and networking, and to establishing a strong base of support for the School, its students, and its programs.

The full membership of the Board can be viewed on the alumni page.