Jake Price graduated from Hunter College High School in 2015 (ES ’09). He is currently a student at Vanderbilt Law School pursuing a J.D. with a certificate in Business Law. He received his B.A. in Economics with a minor in Finance from The University of Texas at Austin.
Throughout his time in school, Jake has been active in a wide range of causes and activities on campus. He is the Vice President of the Honor Council and President of the Jewish Law Student Association at Vanderbilt Law School, where he has also served as a member of the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Council and President of the Cork and Tap Society. At The University of Texas at Austin, he served as Vice President of the Student Conduct Board, where he spearheaded efforts to ensure due process rights for students and organizations in the conduct process. He also served as President of his fraternity, for which he received awards from the school for model leadership. He is active in the Board of the New York Chapter of the Texas Exes alumni association. At Hunter, Jake received the Faculty Award for Leadership for his involvement with the theater department, where he served as the head of the Tech Crew for several years and produced Brick Prison Playhouse. Outside of school, he has interned for Guernica 37 Barrister’s Chambers, a London-based firm specializing in international criminal and human rights law. Jake has also been involved in political causes and campaigns the New York area and in Texas, including lobbying the Texas Legislature to adopt sensible vaccine policies.
Jake currently splits his time between New York and Nashville but will be returning to New York full time after completing law school next year. He would love to be able to contribute his experience to the Alumnae/i Association and help to find new ways to engage other recent graduates.
Jake serves on the board’s Finance, Governance, and Investment Committees.