Eileen Caulfield Schwab, a retired partner of Sidley Austin LLP, has lectured and written on numerous domestic and international trusts and estates and planning issues. She serves as a director and vice chair of the Cooke Center for Learning and Development, as well as a director and vice president of the Catholic Communal Fund and as a member of the Lupus Research Alliance’s Leadership Council. Ms. Schwab is the founder of the Terrance W. Schwab Vocal Rising Stars program at Caramoor, where she retired as a director. She is on the professional advisory committees of a number of New York cultural and health organizations. She received her J.D. from Columbia University Law School.