Cashman Prince, PhD
Dr. Cashman Kerr Prince ('88) served as the sole employee of the nationwide non-profit, Music for Food from 2015 to 2018, bringing together musicians to combat food insecurity on a local level.
During those three years, Music for Food grew by 50% and pantry donations increased by 130%.
After graduating from LSMSA, Cashman studied English literature and Classics at Wesleyan University. In 1992 he moved to San Francisco where he worked in a law firm for three years (two as a paralegal) before starting a Ph.D. program in Classics with a minor in Comparative Literature at Stanford. While doing that he picked up an M.Phil-equivalent from Université de Paris-8 during an exchange at l’Ecole Normale Supérieure. There followed a decade of teaching higher education in the U.S. & Canada.
The last decade has found him settling in the Boston area where he teaches retired Brahmins on Beacon Hill, serves as an elected trustee of his town’s public library, plays in an outstanding community orchestra, the Brookline Symphony Orchestra, and serves on non-profit boards,
Cashman says “the school fundamentally changed me. I wouldn’t be here professionally and personally without the school.” He has been greatly involved in non-profits and education and looks forward to giving back his time to the school.