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Meet the Brown Annual Fund Co-Chairs

Jennifer B. Moses

Jennifer B. Moses

Jennifer Moses is co-founder and chair of Caliber Schools, a charter school management organization in the Bay Area dedicated to improving educational outcomes for historically underserved children. She also invests in educational technology startups. A 1983 graduate of Brown, Moses co-chaired the gift efforts for her 25th, 30th and 35th reunions. She has interviewed Brown applicants and has served on Brown's Creative Arts Advisory Board. She is married to a Brown classmate and is a Brown parent. In addition to serving on the Brown Corporation and the boards of Caliber and King Solomon Academy, Moses is a trustee of the Boston Review.

Donna McGraw Weiss

Donna McGraw Weiss, a 1989 Brown graduate, is an adviser to Terrapin Palisades, a private equity firm and a director of Communities in Schools, a national student dropout prevention organization. Weiss earned a bachelor's degree in biochemistry from Brown and a J.D. from Harvard University. She sits on the board of Communities in Schools of Los Angeles, a regional affiliate of Communities in Schools, as well as the advisory board to the Rogel Cancer Center at the University of Michigan.

Earl E. Hunt II

Earl E. Hunt II

Earl Hunt, a 2003 Brown graduate, joined Apollo Global Management in 2021 as a Partner in GlobalCredit. He currently serves as CEO of Apollo Debt Solutions, co-head of Credit Secondaries and sits on Investment Committees for Global Corporate and Opportunistic Credit. Hunt earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Brown, where he was also captain of the men’s basketball team. Hunt was a member of his 10th Reunion committee and co-chaired his 15th Reunion. He was inducted in the Brown Athletics Hall of Fame in 2014.

Dear Brown Annual Fund Volunteer,

Thank you for being a part of this dynamic community of Brown Annual Fund volunteers. As a volunteer, your dedication and commitment to Brown have a direct and lasting impact on both Brown and its students. We are excited to be entering our second year as Brown Annual Fund co-chairs, especially after our record-breaking success in FY23. Our goal is to champion your efforts, and we know that the diversity of experience among our volunteers makes us better at pursuing the goal of serving Brown through fundraising. 

Our core focus, as always, is the University’s primary vehicle for unrestricted support and financial aid, The Brown Fund. But this year also brings exciting new opportunities to the Brown Annual Fund family, all focused on fostering a more inclusive learning community at Brown. 

We know that together we will accomplish great things for Brown, and we hope you understand just how broad the impacts of your efforts are. Last year the work of BAF volunteers resulted in over $6 million raised for the Brown Annual Fund. That is more than eleven percent of all Annual Fund dollars, and most importantly those life-changing funds went to work directly for Brown’s students. We cannot wait to see what we’ll achieve together this year.

Thank you!

Ever true, 

Jennifer Moses '83, P'18 

Donna McGraw Weiss '89, P'25, P'27 MD'31

Earl Hunt ‘03

Brown Annual Fund Co-Chairs