Effective July 1, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra trustees ANN BOROWIEC and NORMAN SLONAKER will become co-chairs of the orchestra’s board of trustees, succeeding Linda Bowden and David Huber, who will remain on the board. Borowiec and Slonaker are currently members of the board’s executive committee, and Borowiec is co-chair of the NJSO’s education and community engagement committee.

Ann D. Borowiec is a retired senior executive from J.P Morgan Chase, currently serving on corporate and non-profit boards. She led J.P. Morgan’s Private Wealth Management business as the chief executive officer, and she was a member of the J.P. Morgan Global Wealth Management Operating Committee. She is an independent director for the Delaware Investments Mutual Fund Family, and a member of the boards of Santander Bank, N.A., and Banco Santander International, where she chairs the audit committee. Borowiec co-founded the New Jersey Coalition for Action Now, a research and policy education advocacy group focused on ensuring that all children have access to great schools. Borowiec was a member of the board of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, where she chaired the development committee. Borowiec earned degrees from Harvard University and Texas Christian University.

Norman Slonaker practiced securities and corporate law for more than 50 years in the New York office of Sidley Austin LLP and its predecessor, Brown Wood, Fuller, Caldwell & Ivey. He became a partner in the firm in 1973 and served on the firm’s executive and management committees. He is a member of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and served on the Securities Regulation Committee and the Financial Reporting Committee, of which he was chair from 2006 to 2009. Slonaker has served on the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra board since 2015 and is a member of the executive committee. He also is the development council chair of the University of Washington Medicine Cancer Vaccine Institute and a member of the UW Medicine Campaign Initiatives Committee. Slonaker also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Kemmerer Library in Harding Township. Slonaker graduated from the University of Washington and Harvard Law School.

Posted April 17, 2019