New to the Board
Jennifer Pomeroy Fronk BA ’81 is Lewis & Clark’s newest member of the Board of Trustees. Fronk, an international affairs major, was close to Professor Joe Ha and served as the president of the International Affairs Association. She participated in an overseas study program to Kenya, led by Professor Richard Peck.
Jennifer attended Columbia University’s master of international affairs program. While at Columbia, she met her husband, Rudi Fronk, with whom she has two grown children, Hillary and Spencer. Rudi has more than 30 years’ experience in the gold industry, including serving as a director and senior officer of several publicly traded gold companies. Jennifer and Rudi divide their time between homes in Greenwood Village and Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
Her previous board service includes working as the vice president of grants for the Fine Arts Foundation of Denver and as the sustaining advisor for the Community Action Fund for the Junior League of Denver. She is currently the fund administrator for the Denver Foundation and the director and president of the Fronk Family Foundation. She is on the board of the Junior League of Denver, YPO Gold, and the Marabou Ranch Design Review Board.
Jennifer served as a featured speaker at the celebration for the Joseph M. Ha Professorship in International Affairs in June 2015. To mark the occasion, she made a generous commitment to the Joseph M. Ha Professorship in International Affairs.