Genevieve Muinzer, Vice Chairman

Genevieve Muinzer has specialized in the field of communications and has worked broadly in the areas of journalism, academia and charities since 1975. She has been a broadcaster, columnist, and writer for organisations that include the BBC radio and the International Herald Tribune, the Wall Street Journal, the Guardian and was Editor in Chief for The Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment, where she worked from 2001, and in 2012 as a Director of Historic Royal Palaces Inc. she contributes regularly to the Friends’ magazine.

Genevieve has a 38-year history and background in Princeton University Alumni and fund-raising work, serving as a member of The Alumni Council Executive and President of the Princeton Club of GB before becoming a Trustee of The Princeton Charitable Foundation in the UK. She has been involved in Development work for a number of UK charities and organisations. These include Oxford University, where she has been on the Law Department’s Advisory Board for 15 years. She has served as a member of the Board of Regents (Governors) at Marymount International School; a committee member for Action Research, Asthma UK and The Royal Shakespeare Company. She served as a Trustee for The Personal Support Unit that assists litigants in person in the Civil Courts She is also a Trustee of the acting company Simple8.

As an independent Consultant she has advised a number of local and national organisations about expanding their membership and enhancing their marketing and communications within the community.



University of Warwick
LLB, Law
1977 – 1979

Princeton University
BA, English


        The American Friends Programme and Contributor to The HRP Magazine Nonprofit; 501-1000 employees; Museums and Institutions industry
        April 2012 – Present
        The Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment
        Editor, Editor in Chief
        Trustee, Director
        January 2010 – Present
        The Princeton University Charitable Foundation
        Trustee, Director
        April 2009 – Present