Junior Warden Don Edwards retired from the presidency of The American Boychoir School in January 2007, after many years of service as trustee, Vice President for Institutional Advancement, and President. His work in arts education followed a long career at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, as Associate Dean of Livingston College and Executive Assistant to the President, Vice President for Public Affairs & Development, and Vice President for Government Relations. His volunteer activities have included service as Senior Warden of Trinity Episcopal Church in Princeton and as People’s Warden of Christ Church, New Brunswick. He was President of Cranbury Housing Associates, a non-profit low-income housing corporation; a charter board member of Elijah's Promise, Inc., which operates a major feeding program for the poor in New Brunswick; a long-time trustee of the Procter Foundation, which supports Episcopal campus ministries at Princeton and Rutgers, and a member of the Development Council of the Rutgers University Press. After graduating from Yale, Edwards did graduate work at Princeton Theological Seminary and Rutgers before becoming director of intern programs in the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs. Two years later, he came to Rutgers to help establish Livingston College and shape its multi-racial, urban affairs mission.