Princeton AlumniCorps Welcomes Our New Development Director

Sandy J. Fernandez

Princeton AlumniCorps is pleased to welcome a new staff member to 12 Stockton. Sandy J. Fernandez is our new Development Director.

Sandy came to AlumniCorps earlier this week,  after five years on the Princeton University development staff, where she worked in the Office of Development Priorities. As Associate Director for International Priorities for the Aspire Campaign, Sandy served as the development liaison to the Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School and other faculty and staff associated with international programs. She previously worked for the national headquarters of Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic—now Learning Ally—serving for a time as Director of Corporate Giving and later managing the organization’s national volunteer program. With significant experience in higher education administration and nonprofit management, Sandy has had the opportunity to work with a wide range of constituents from faculty, students, and staff to volunteers, alumni, prospects, and donors. Sandy is a life-long resident of New Jersey and earned a BA degree in political science with a minor in public administration from Kean University.

If you’d like to welcome Sandy to the AlumniCorps team, she can be reached at

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