Brewster, Carroll W.
Executive Committee; ACT Governance Committee; Long-Range Planning Committee
Board Member since 1990
Carroll W. Brewster is a trustee of the Wooster School, the Connecticut Fund for the Environment, the Ridgefield Public Library, and is a member of the Ridgefield Conservation Commission. Mr. Brewster retired as Executive Director of the Hole in the Wall Gang Fund, Inc., (1991-1998) and is a former trustee of Phillips Exeter Academy (1970-1980), former chairman of the directors of the Presiding Bishop’s Fund for World Relief (1982-1991), and a former trustee of the University of New Haven. He has been affiliated with numerous colleges, serving as President of Hobart and William Smith Colleges (1982-1991); President of Hollins College (1975-1981); Dean of the College, Dartmouth College (1969-1975); and Lecturer in Law, Yale Law School (1967-1969). Mr. Brewster has participated in numerous legal enterprises. He was an associate at Tyler Cooper, Grant, Bowerman & Keefe (1965- 1969); US Commissioner (New Haven, CT, 1966-1969), Legal Assistant to the Chief Justice of the Sudan (1962-1964); and Law Clerk to the Honorable William H. Timbers, US District Court for the State of Connecticut (1961-1962). Mr. Brewster was an MIT Fellow in Africa (1962-1964) and while in Africa, Editor of the Sudan Law Journal and Reports (1961-1965), and a senior Fulbright Scholar in Khartoum (1981-1982). Mr. Brewster received a BA magna cum laude from Yale College (1957), an LLB from Yale Law School (1961), and two LHDs (Litera Humanarum), from Hollins College (1981) and Hobart and William Smith Colleges (1991).