ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR TBB’S GAP YEAR PROGRAMS
The Advisory Council provides consultation and resources to address specific priorities and initiatives identified by Thinking Beyond Borders and its Board of Directors. Members of the Advisory Council provide expertise related to gap year programs abroad through business, higher education, international development, and law to specific projects within the organization.
Eve S. & Jonathan L. Rounds
EVE & JON ROUNDS
Eve and Jon Rounds are both advisors to Thinking Beyond Borders.
Eve is an independent wardrobe consultant and board member for several not-for-profit organizations. Ballet is Eve’s passion and after training in NYC for a professional career, Eve chose instead to attend college at Smith and Stanford. After college, Eve pursued a career in fashion retail with Macy’s and Liz Claiborne. Currently, Eve advises individuals on how to best define and refine their personal style. Eve is currently the vice chair of the board of Boston Ballet, an advisory council member of the School of American Ballet, and a trustee of the 21st Century Fund.
Jon is an independent investor who advises a number of for profit and not-for-profit organizations. During the past seven years, Jon was part of the leadership team for two start-ups, Health Dialog, where he was head of client operations; and RISC Ventures, where he was co-founder and chief operating officer. Previously, Jon had worked in financial services for Fidelity Investments, Chemical Bank and Citibank; in private equity for Fidelity Capital and Ditri Associates; and in consulting for the Boston Consulting Group. One of Jon’s passions is pre K to 12 education, and he is currently the chair of the board of the Boston Children’s Museum. In addition, Jon is a founder of the Brookline High School 21st Century Fund and has done fundraising for Northfield Mount Hermon School and Brown University. Jon has an A.B. in English and American literature from Brown University and a MBA from Stanford University.
Eve and Jon live in Brookline, Massachusetts and have three sons. Their second son, Zander, participated in the second TBB program and inspired by that experience, he is attending Georgetown’s Walsh School of Foreign Service.
Greg Weyandt has tried over 150 cases to conclusion in the state and federal courts of Minnesota and Wisconsin. His practice is diverse. He has tried disputes involving health, disability, fiduciary, securities, tax and trust, products liability, construction, insurance, personal injury, banking and trade secret issues.
He has substantial experience in ERISA litigation and has represented HMOs, PPOs, medical, life, and disability insurers. He has also represented product manufacturers such as John Deere, Ditch Witch, and Yale Hoists.
Greg is currently a Partner at Dorsey & Whitney LLP. Prior to joining Dorsey, Greg was Managing Partner and Chair of the Litigation group at Rider Bennett, LLP.