Advisory Board

The Center’s advisory board is comprised of both honorary and active members, many of whom are CMC alumni or parents of current and past students. Advisory board members engage with the Center by attending annual meetings, providing access to their professional networks, mentoring students, sponsoring internships, fundraising initiatives, financial planning, and in many other meaningful ways.

Honorary Advisors

Michael Berenbaum, Ph.D. –The Berenbaum Group, LLC – Los Angeles, CA

Stuart Eizenstat – Senior Counsel, Covington & Burling, LLP – Washington, D.C.

Richard Hovannisian, Ph.D., –ProfessorUCLA Department of History – Los Angeles, CA

Mary Robinson – President, Mary Robinson Foundation – Climate Justice – Dublin, Ireland

Elie Wiesel (d. 2016)Holocaust Survivor, Nobel Laureate, founder of the Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity – New York, NY

Advisory Board

Bonnie Abaunza P’18 –Founder & Director, The Abaunza Group – Los Angeles, CA

Todd K. Barker ’01 –Senior Managing Director, Surveyor Capital – New York, NY

Leigh R. Crawford ’94, Chair – Founder, Crawford Capital, LLC – Los Angeles, CA

Elyssa M. Elbaz ’94 – CMC Board of Trustees – Los Angeles, CA

Jeffrey Farber ’72, Vice-Chair –Executive Director, Koret Foundation – San Francisco, CA

Alan Fenning ’72Vice-Chair – San Juan Capistrano, CA

Colin Hunter ’05, Attorney –Angeli Law Group LLC – Portland, OR

Wendy Lower –Director & John K. Roth Professor of History and George R. Roberts Fellow, Claremont McKenna College – Claremont, CA

Elizabeth Matthias ’81 – La Cañada Flintridge, CA

Mark R. Palmer ’88 P’19 – Financial Planner, Edelman Financial Services, Pro Bono Immigration Attorney – San Francisco, CA

John K. Roth, Ph.D. – Edward J. Sexton Professor of Philosophy, Founding Director, The Center for the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights (now the Mgrublian Center), Claremont McKenna College – Claremont, CA

Teri Vieth, MD ’81 – Emergency Medicine Physician, Kaiser Permanente Fontana & Ontario Medical Centers – Upland, CA

Elizabeth Wydra ’98, President, Constitutional Accountability Center – Washington, D.C.