Margaret Momber joined Student/Partner Alliance as Executive Director in October 2011. She started her career in The White House and then pursued a fifteen-year career as an international banker, living in France and Germany. Fifteen years ago, she transitioned to the nonprofit sector. Margaret’s corporate and government experience and financial background, coupled with her exposure to many different cultures, enables her to bring a unique perspective to her work as a nonprofit executive. Margaret has a B.A. from Swarthmore College, an M.A. in International Relations from Johns Hopkins University and a certificate in Nonprofit Executive Leadership from the Rutgers Business School’s Center for Nonprofit and Philanthropic Leadership. Margaret lives in Madison and has two grown children.
Director of Development
Stephanie Ramos joined Student/Partner Alliance as Director of Development in March 2016. Stephanie has devoted her career to education, working in the nonprofit sector for over fifteen years. She worked with Princeton Project 55 (now Princeton Alumni Corps) and, most recently, spent nine years in the NY Development Office of Facing History and Ourselves. Stephanie has extensive fundraising experience, including event management, major gifts, board development, and annual campaigns. She has an A.B. in Sociology from Princeton University and an M.S. from the Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy at the New School. She lives with her husband and three young children in Fanwood.
Marianne M. Busby
Director of Marketing and Programs
Marianne Busby has been with Student/Partner Alliance since 2008, when she joined the team as a Program and Marketing Director. Marianne applies her program planning, research, and writing skills to her job with S/PA as well as applying her experience as a photographer to S/PA’s social media and marketing initiatives. Having served for fifteen years as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer and a foster parent, Marianne brings her passion for the betterment of today’s youth and her knowledge of youth development, education, and mentoring to the position. Marianne received a B.A. in Dental Hygiene and Health Education from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry and an M.S. in Dental Public Health from Boston University. Marianne and her husband, Steve, live in Short Hills and have three adult daughters.