New TCAA Executive Committee members

Kathryn “Lizey” Korengold Bernstorf ’12Kathryn “Lizey” Korengold Bernstorf ’12
After graduating from Trinity with a B.A. in political science, Lizey Korengold Bernstorf ’12 moved back to Washington, D.C., and earned a master’s in social work from Catholic University while working full time. She works on the executive team of Ourisman Automotive of Virginia while she completes an M.B.A. at American University. Bernstorf joined the Trinity Club of Washington in 2012 and currently serves as club president. She also serves on the Holton-Arms School Alumnae Board. She and husband Stephan Bernstorf ’10 have one child, Aiden, 1.

Elizabeth McDonald Krebs ’92
Elizabeth McDonald Krebs ’92Liz Krebs ’92 earned a B.A. in history from Trinity, where she served as president of Tri Delta during her senior year. Since graduation, she has worked in the financial services industry, first with Kemper Financial Services, and later with First Union Securities and Manulife Financial. In 2004, she started her own financial planning practice, Krebs Financial Management, LLC, helping a broad array of clients. Krebs has led the Trinity Club of Chicago and for the past 12 years has served on the board of Scholarship for Illinois Residents, Inc. (SIRI), where she helps select a deserving Illinois student to receive a full-tuition scholarship to Trinity. She and husband Robert Krebs ’93 have two children.

Terrie S. Rouse-Rosario ’74Terrie S. Rouse-Rosario ’74
Terrie Rouse-Rosario ’74 earned a B.A. in intercultural studies from Trinity. She went on to earn an M.P.S. in Africana studies from Cornell University and an M.A. in African history and a School of International Affairs certificate from Columbia University. Rouse-Rosario, a recently retired arts executive, serves as president of Rouse Consulting. Her most recent position was as a Mayoral Cabinet member acting as the executive director of the DC Commission on Arts and Humanities. Rouse-Rosario’s career also included time as COO for the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, founding CEO for the Capitol Visitor Center at the U.S. Capitol Building, executive director of the Atlanta Ballet; and director of the New York Transit Museum. She and husband Eliseo Rosario Jr., M.D., have two sons.