Kimberly Henderson Johnson
Kimberly was the scrum-half on the 1995 National Champion women’s team. An integral member of that team, she helped set the course for victory and won the MVP of the National Tournament in the process during that championship year. Kimberly continued playing rugby after Princeton, spending a year-long stint with the Maryland Stingers and the USA Eagles. Once she hung up her cleats, she found her way to New York and graduated from Columbia Business School. After a decade on Wall Street, Kimberly returned to her native DC home, where she is the COO of Fannie Mae. She lives with her husband (a Princeton Lacrosse player also in the Class of ’95) and two teenage daughters. Kimberly is an active supporter and champion of the University and is currently serving on its Board of Trustees, with a term running through at least 2022.