Kathy Hugin is a community leader involved in important local and national health care and education issues.Currently she serves on the Board of Directors of Georgetown University and the Institutional Review Board for Atlantic Health System.
Kathy served on the Board of the Pingry School from 2006 to 2013, taking on the roles of Board Vice President, Chair of the Strategic Planning Committee and Co-chair of the school’s largest ever Capital Campaign. During this time she also served on the Board of Regents at Georgetown University where she was Co-chair of the Sciences Task Force. Prior to that Kathy served on the Board of the Kent Place School where she was Chair of the Financial Aid Task Force and was also a founding member of the Advisory Board of the Kent Place Institute of Ethics.
Throughout the nineties, as a stay at home mother, Kathy was a leader in women’s service organizations dedicated to volunteerism and community improvement. During that time she served as President of the Summit Junior Fortnightly Club and on the Board of the Overlook Hospital Foundation, where she was Secretary of the Board and Chair of the Annual Fund.
In 1991, Kathy and her husband Bob moved to Summit, New Jersey to raise their three children. Before leaving New York City, Kathy was a project coordinator for a not-for-profit Community Health Center on the Lower Eastside of Manhattan, having previously been a bond trader on Wall Street. In 1999, she was awarded a Master’s in Public Health with a concentration in Health Policy and Management by Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. Kathy received a BA in Economics from Georgetown University.