Monday, June 16, 7 - 9 PM
Non-Profit Panel Discussion and PA3 Annual Meeting
Friend Center Convocation Room
(at the Corner of Olden and William Streets, adjacent to the Computer Science building)
PA3 is hosting a panel discussion about starting or joining a non-profit organization. The panel features three alumni with significant roles within local non-profit organizations. PA3 will also hold a brief annual meeting of its members.
Light refreshments will be served.PA3 is extending this invitation to any current undergraduate and
graduate students. Guests of alumni are more than welcome, as well.
Ticket cost: $20 at the door. *** Additional donations are accepted -- the PA3 is sponsoring two scholarships, which run to $8000. If you wish to make an additional donation, press the "Donate" button below ***
Profits from the evening will go to support the PA3 Princeton Internship in Civic Service (PICS) scholarships for two undergraduates at Isles, Inc and American Repertory Ballet. We appreciate additional donations to the PA3 PICS internship funds!
Panelists: Debby D'Arcangelo *01: Non-Profit Leader
Debby D’Arcangelo is President & CEO of
Planned Parenthood Association of the Mercer Area. Prior to leading Planned
Parenthood Mercer, Debby worked as a full-time volunteer for ten years, serving
on a variety of non-profit boards including Princeton Area Community
Foundation, the YWCA of Trenton, Mercer County Community College Foundation, Trenton
Public Education Foundation, I Am Trenton
Community Foundation, Phillips Exeter Academy, and Planned Parenthood Mercer. She
continues to serve on the board of New Jersey Policy Perspective and the executive
committee of the NAACP Trenton Chapter. Debby has received awards from Isles,
Inc., the YWCAs of Princeton and Trenton, the Bo-Rietta Family Foundation, the
Trenton NAACP Branch, the Institute of Wonderful Women Working for Empowerment
and, most recently, the Trenton Kappa Foundation. Debby began her career
working for J.P. Morgan & Co. and Isles, Inc. She received a master’s
degree in public policy from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School and
her bachelor’s degree from Harvard College.
She lives in Trenton with her husband and their 19-year-old daughter.
John Hatch '84: Non-Profit Board Member
John Hatch is
an architect and partner with the Trenton-based architecture and
planning firm Clarke Caton Hintz and has worked on major projects across
the state and region. Some of
his local projects include the Roebling Mansion and
the new headquarters for the NJ Business and Industry Association, both in Trenton;
the restoration of Historic Morven in Princeton and 200 Elm at Princeton University.
is also a partner with HHG Development, a company that focuses its
redevelopment efforts in the City of Trenton. Redevelopment projects
restorations in the Mill Hill Historic District, the Trenton Makes Arts
Complex on South Broad Street and the Cracker Factory redevelopment on
Centre Street. HHG is currently working on a major mixed-use
redevelopment at Roebling Block 3.
John also serves on the boards of Passage Theatre (eight years as President),
the Trenton Historical Society, the NJ Capital Philharmonic and the NJ Historic Trust (as Vice Chairman).
He recently served on the board and as President of Preservation New
Jersey. His passion is the renaissance of American cities, in
particular New Jersey’s Capital City.
He is a long-time resident of Trenton and lives in Mill Hill with his husband, David
He was recently elected to the College of Fellows of the American
Institute of Architects and has written and lectured on urban
redevelopment and historic preservation
issues.Board Member of Passage Theatre (President), the Trenton Historical Society, the NJ Capital Philharmonic and the NJ Historic Trust (Vice Chairman).
Marty Johnson '81: Non-Profit Founder
Martin Johnson is founder, President and CEO of Isles Inc., a self-help,
urban green development organization in Trenton, New Jersey. Isles has
received national and international recognition for its sustainable
development work, including planning and development, wealth creation,
environmental health, education and training. Mr. Johnson is a founding
director of other development organizations and projects, including:
Building One New Jersey, New Jersey Community Loan Fund (now New Jersey
Community Capital), Housing and Community Development Network of NJ, and
the Success Measures Project, a national effort to develop impact
measures for community-building work. He is a graduate, former trustee
and Executive Committee member of Princeton University, where he also
taught at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.
He is a trustee of the Capital Health System and National Housing
Institute. A football recruit from Akron, Ohio, Marty moved to Trenton
in 1981, where he and his wife Liz have raised three sons.
Moderator:Kristin Epstein '97
Kristin Epstein is Executive Director of YingHua International School, a non-profit independent elementary school in Princeton, New Jersey. She is also a Trustee of the Friends of West Windsor Open Space, Mayor-Appointed Member of the West Windsor Environmental Commission, Past President of the Princeton Area Alumni Association, and former Board Member of the Princeton International Academy Charter School. In addition, she holds several volunteer leadership positions with the local Girl Scout organization. Kristin graduated from Princeton University and Johns Hopkins University with a BSE and an MSE in Environmental Engineering, respectively. She worked in the Environmental Engineering field for 10 years before taking time off to stay at home with her two daughters and then re-starting a new career in non-profit management. During her undergraduate days, Kristin was the starting goal keeper of the Princeton University Varsity Women's Soccer Team and an officer of Colonial Club. She lives in Princeton Junction with her husband, John Epstein '96, and two daughters.
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*** Additional donations are accepted -- the PA3 is sponsoring two scholarships, which run to $8000. If you wish to make an additional donation, press the "Donate" button below ***
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announces 4 meaningful volunteer positions in the greater Princeton Area; 6 in the NYC
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Apply Expertise. Renew Commitment. Create Change.
ARC Innovators connects experienced Princeton alumni with our nonprofit partner organizations. Innovators apply their expertise to complete short term impactful projects that will create lasting change in the organization. ARC Innovators bring their experience and perspective to ongoing issues and projects in nonprofit organizations.
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One night. One focus. Princetonians around the world.
On Tuesday, February 25, the Princeton Area Alumni Association [PA3] will be one of many regional
associations hosting a local, in-person, networking event as part of “Princeton Global NetNight 2014:
Mentoring and Beyond: Developing Long-term Professional Relationships,” at 6:30 PM at Princeton AlumniCorps, 12 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ 08540. In order to have a raucous but productive interactive evening, we have recruited leaders across a 45-year span of Princeton experience:
Paul Nehring ’10, formerly of iMentor.org, a technology-facilitated mentoring program serving over 3000 students from low-income neighborhoods, is currently Program Manager at Princeton AlumniCorps.
Cheryl Rowe-Rendleman ’81 holds a PhD in biochemistry and biophysics. She played a major role in developing the 2014 NetNight program and the mentoring program of Graduate Women in Science and Engineering (GWISE). She owns OMAR, a consulting firm.
Rick Ober ’65 is currently General Counsel and Secretary of Isles, Inc., a Trenton nonprofit. He serves as a mentor in the Yale Law Women Mentorship program and Co-Facilitated Trinity Jobseekers for 9 years.
The cost is $5 for those who RSVP in advance, $10 at the door for those of you who worry about the weather and will only show up if it's balmy. PayPal/Credit Card Button below. For troglodytes, if you must mail a check, please make it payable to the Princeton Area Alumni Association [please put NetNight on the Memo line], and send it to our Treasurer, Fouad J. Masrieh *69
Fouad J. Masrieh
1009 Barclay Blvd
Princeton, NJ 08540
Global NetNight 2014 (
Tuesday, February 25, 2014 - 6:30 PM to
Location: Princeton AlumniCorps, 12 Stockton St., Princeton 08540
Cost: $5 in advance, $10 at door
Organized by: Princeton Alumni Association Careers Committee
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Innovation & Entrepreneurship at Princeton
Monday, November 11, 6:30 - 9:00 PM
at the Princeton Club of NY
15 West 43rd St., New York, NY
Have you ever wondered how technology moves from a university lab to the market? Or how the technology gets invented in the first place? To learn more about innovation at Princeton, please join us for what promises to be a lively panel discussion with four faculty members whose areas of expertise range from online learning, to nanotechnology-enabled approaches to biointerfacing materials, to wireless communications, to mid-infrared photonics with a focus on quantum cascade lasers, to social networks, to leadership education in this technological world. We look forward to learning more about these exciting areas of innovation, research and entrepreneurship.
A cocktail reception begins at 6:30PM. The introduction by Vincent Poor, Dean of Princeton's School for Engineering and Applied Science, begins at 7:30PM. The panel discussion will immediately follow Dean Poor's introduction. Please register as soon as possible (see register buttons below). Space is limited!
Our distinguished panel includes the following Princeton faculty members:
H. Vincent Poor
(introductory remarks and panel moderator)
Dean, School of Engineering and Applied Science
Michael Henry Strater Professor of Electrical Engineering
Arthur LeGrand Doty Professor of Electrical Engineering
“Innovating Information Networks: From Theorems to Startups”
Vice Dean, School of Engineering and Applied Science
Eugene Higgins Professor of Electrical Engineering
“Sensors to Monitor Health and the Environment”
Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
“Building a Bionic Ear”
Full panelist biographies can be downloaded here.
In addition to the Princeton Area Alumni Association, this event is co-sponsored by the following groups:
? Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
? Princeton Alumni Association of Northern New Jersey, Rockland & Orange Counties
? Princeton Association of New York City
? Princeton Association of Fairfield County
? Princeton Alumni Association of Westchester
? Princeton Club of Northwestern New Jersey
? Princeton Alumni Association of Essex and Hudson Counties
? Princeton Club of New York
Innovation & Entrepreneurship at Princeton (
Monday, November 11, 2013 - 6:30 PM to
Location: Princeton Club of NY, NYC
Posted by Princeton AAA over 6 years ago.
What Career Services Can Do For Alumni-And What Alumni Can Do For Career Services
What Princeton Career Services Can Do For Alumni-And What Alumni Can Do
For Career Services.
The Office of Career Services continues to support Tigers after they leave
Princeton whether you are a recent alum thinking about graduate or professional
school or a new position, or a more experienced professional in the process of
planning for a career change or career transition. Come hear more about it from
Beverly Hamilton-Chandler, Director, and Kathleen Mannheimer, Senior Associate
Director of Career Services on Wednesday, December 11 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
in their offices at 36 University Place, Suite 200 – Second Floor.
Career counselors can assist you in:
Self-exploration to identify your
unique goals, including administration of career assessments
Researching industries and possible
Setting goals and strategies for job
Connecting with other alumni through
alumni events, or using the Alumni Careers Network
Exploring graduate or professional
Developing or updating your resume,
cover letter, or other application documents
There are also a number of ways that Career
Services puts alumni in touch with each other and current Princeton students.
Through the Alumni
Careers Network and the Princeternship
Program, alumni can offer to serve as career mentors to those
interested in their professions and industries by offering advice by phone or
email, or a an opportunity to visit their workplaces for 1-3 days. It also
provide free posting services for alumni to advertise
job and internship opportunities to Princeton students.
Alumni can also post
positions for other alumni as well as sign up to view job-postings through
one of the on-line job-posting systems.
PLEASE RSVP TO email@example.com
What Career Services Can Do For Alumni-And What Alumni Can Do For Career Services (
Wednesday, December 11, 2013 - 7:00 PM to
Location: 36 University Place, Suite 200 2nd Fl
Organized by: PA3
Posted by rober over 6 years ago.