Edwin A. Stevens Society
Founded in 1974, the Edwin A. Stevens (EAS) Society is home to the university’s most engaged supporters.
When members make annual leadership-level gifts, they mirror the generosity that Edwin A. Stevens showed with his bequest to establish the university in 1870, and they reflect the dedication Martha Bayard Stevens exemplified during her many years as a trustee bringing her husband’s vision to fruition.
Members of the Edwin A. Stevens Society come from all corners of the Stevens community – alumni, friends, faculty, staff, parents and even students. Their investments secure the university’s strategic priorities while providing pivotal support for promising students and research with real-world impact.
Have a Profound Impact on Stevens
Leadership support from EAS Society members sustains and strengthens vital areas of Stevens, such as scholarships, academic programs, athletics, and campus facilities.
Supporters of Stevens are recognized by the EAS Society when they make gifts at the following levels.
Meet the Chairs
Maria Ramirez-González ’89
Maria’s exceptional generosity and passion for her alma mater have strengthened the Edwin A. Stevens Society and its impact. Maria enjoyed a successful career of more than 25 years at IBM before focusing her time on philanthropy. Through the newly established González-Ramirez Term Scholarship Fund, Maria’s philanthropy allows students to focus on reaching their potential while lessening their worry about affording the tuition.
Seth Kirschner ’18
Seth Kirschner graduated from Stevens in 2018 with a bachelor’s in Business and Technology. While attending Stevens, Seth co-founded a health-tech startup and was active in StevensTHON and Attila Entrepreneurs. Upon graduation, Seth pursued a career in cybersecurity and remains active in philanthropy as a non-profit advisor.
Join an Exclusive Network of Leaders
As an EAS Society member, you become part of a robust network of industry leaders, inventors, entrepreneurs and educators dedicated to investing in Stevens’ future.