Rachel Littman ’87 Leads Board of Trustees

MB parent Rachel Littman ’87 P ’22 is the new clerk of MB’s board of trustees, following Habib Gorgi ’74 who stepped down in June. Her tenure began on July 1. Rachel is a graduate of Yale University and Seton Hall University School of Law, where she was the managing editor of the constitutional law journal. In her legal career, she focused on finance and pursued additional graduate studies at NYU. Rachel was assistant dean of career development at Pace Law School and is currently involved with the Yale Alumni Nonprofit Alliance. She also is founder of SeeTheGaps.org, a start-up nonprofit that brings together resources and commentary on societal inequalities of race, class, and socioeconomic status. She joined the Moses Brown board in 2014, has served as clerk of the trustee’s committee, and has a daughter at MB: Amanda (in eighth grade). Rachel appreciates the liberal arts training, Quaker education, and collegial atmosphere she found as a student at MB.

After 4 years as a student, 19 years as an MB parent, 25+ years as a volunteer, 16 years as a member of the Board of Trustees, and 10 years as Clerk of the Board, Habib Gorgi ’74 stepped down following the graduation of his youngest daughter Maddie this past June. Thank you, Habib!