Jennifer Pomeroy Fronk graduated from Lewis & Clark with a BA in International Affairs. She served as the president of the International Affairs Association, and participated in the first study abroad program to Kenya, led by Dr. Rich Peck.
Jennifer received her Master’s Degree in International Affairs from Columbia University. While at Columbia, she met her husband Rudi Fronk, with whom she has two grown children, Hillary and Spencer. Rudi has over thirty years of experience in the gold industry, including serving as a director and senior officer of several publicly traded gold companies. Jennifer and Rudi spend their time between homes in Greenwood Village and Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
Her hobbies include tennis, yoga, skiing, horseback riding and public speaking.
Jennifer’s board experience includes positions with the Princess Margaret Hospital Breast Cancer Fund, the Fine Arts Foundation, the Junior League of Toronto and the Junior League of Denver. She currently sits on the board of the YPO/Gold Rocky Mountain Region and the Marabou Ranch Design Review Committee, all while acting as the Director and President of the Fronk Family Foundation.
Jennifer recently served as a featured speaker at the celebration for the Joseph M. Ha Professorship in International Affairs. To mark the occasion, she made a generous commitment to the Joseph M. Ha Professorship in International Affairs.