Jim Chambers ’78

Jim Chambers '78 poses with the recipient of his scholarship, Yessenia Tostado '16.

Jim Chambers '78 poses with the recipient of his scholarship, Yessenia Tostado '16.

“There are so many future leaders who may not have the opportunity to attend Dickinson without scholarships. It’s incumbent upon Dickinsonians to make sure these students can reach their full potential.” — Jim Chambers ’78


Recalls his time at Dickinson as a “transformational experience.” Studied abroad in Bologna for a year. Used the global sensibility gained there to carve a career in international business management positions at Conoco Inc.,
Quest Diagnostics and now at Conundrum Capital Partners LLC. Joined the board of trustees in 2008. Established
the John Robert Paul Brock Scholarship Fund in honor of Dickinson’s first-known black graduate.