They are George M. Jenkins
of Radnor, Pa.; Richard A. Grossman of Greenwich, Conn.; and Barbara J. Lombardo of Chester Springs, Pa.
...Jenkins, a member of Lafayette's class of 1974, is a general partner and chief operating officer of Apax Partners, Inc., a leading international private equity investment group that manages more than $11 billion.Jenkins joined the firm in 1987.He is also a member of the firm's managing executive committee.Jenkins began his career in the banking industry at Midlantic Bank, where he was vice president and division head of the special industries and technology group.
In this position, he
was responsible for one of the bank's three principal commercial lending groups, the bank's business as an intermediary, and its investment in venture fund limited partnerships.He
also spent five years overseas running banking operations in Europe and Asia.Jenkins serves on the boards of directors of Hearthstone Assisted Living, Inc.; Medsn; bigchalk.com; IntelliSec Inc.; and Freedom Scientific.Jenkins is involved in a number of charitable organizations and is on the board of Trout Unlimited, an environmental conservation organization.He
family are very active in supporting organizations that assist the sight-impaired.In addition to a bachelor of arts degree in economics, Jenkins holds an MBA in international accounting and finance from Pace University and has completed graduate work at Stevens Institute.
As an alumnus, Jenkins
has played an active role in the Lafayette community.He recently served as a member of Lafayette Leadership Council and the President's Advisory Board.He
also spoke last year at Lafayette's Conference on Technology, Entrepreneurship, and Venture Capital.Jenkins
participated in varsity tennis and track and a variety of intramural sports at Lafayette.He was a member of Student Government and was rush chairman of Sigma Chi fraternity.Jenkins
wife, JoAnn, have two children, Heather and Merritt.