For the past two years, Maryanne Quinn has served on the Chapin Board of Trustees, though she has been part of the Chapin community since 2013 when she moved with her husband, Peter, and their family from Virginia to New Jersey. Graduating with a B.S. in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Virginia, Maryanne enjoyed a successful career working with consultants, power companies, and state regulatory agencies in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. At home with their three children in Virginia, Maryanne joined several civic and academic boards, held volunteer positions at the local free clinic, public financial education program and her children’s school and worked part-time for non-profit environmental and educational organizations. At Chapin, Maryanne was active in the Parents’ Association as a class parent. She now volunteers at Peddie School and in the Hightstown community. Their daughter, Charlotte, graduated from Chapin in 2014 and son, Andrew, in 2017. Eldest son, Lucas, is a junior at the College of William and Mary. When the Quinn family was researching schools in the Princeton area, they were immediately attracted to Chapin’s dedication to developing “whole citizens” and the balanced emphasis on character growth and academic success.