Fall 2018 Development Corner

AlumniCorps’ development staff and the Development Steering Group—an ad hoc group of board members and volunteers who review our fundraising progress on a monthly basis—have two exciting initiatives coming up this fall:

Princeton AlumniCorps is one of thousands of nonprofits participating in #GivingTuesday, as the Tuesday after Thanksgiving in the United States has come to be known. This global day of giving is largely fueled by social media, and serves as a kick-off for our end-of-calendar-year fundraising. In addition to social media posts, we send postcards to supporters from the Class of ’55, who might not see our online messaging. This year, thanks to Karen S. Ali ’78, Kamil Ali-Jackson ’81, s’79, p’18, and two other anonymous donors, all gifts made between now and November 27 will be matched, up to $15,555. You can assist AlumniCorps with our #GivingTuesday appeal by encouraging friends to give by November 27, before the holiday rush. Don’t hesitate to make your own gift at alumnicorps.org/donate, by mail, or by calling the office.


The development team has also launched a Sustainers Circle for supporters who commit to ‘paying it forward’ with a recurring gift to AlumniCorps. Donors can give online here and scroll to the bottom of the form and select the ‘recurring gift’ button.

To show our gratitude, all Sustainers will receive:

  • A highlighted listing in our annual report;
  • A welcome letter and Sustainers Circle card;
  • An AlumniCorps pin that they can sport at professional gatherings and Princeton events.

Take a look at the impact of a recurring gift over the course of a year:


In October 2018, AlumniCorps hosted a small brunch in the Mission District of San Francisco to bring our Area Committee volunteers, Fellows, and others up to date on the latest at AlumniCorps. AlumniCorps former board member Leesy Taggart ’78, and current board members Marcos Vigil ’97, and Kathy Qu ’13 were at the gathering.

A few attendees, from left to right: James Martino ’13, Martin Kurian ’18, Nelson Wild ’55, Anu Pattabiraman ’10, Erin Lynch ’18, Kathy Qu ’13, and Ariana Snowdon.

Thank you to our 2017-18 donors!

Thanks to YOUR generosity, we closed our fiscal year on June 30 with a total of
379 donors who increased our annual giving by over 10%!

This year AlumniCorps also hit a milestone by surpassing $400,000 in donations from corporations, foundations, and individuals like YOU!

Your giving increases our capacity to mobilize our program participants, 100 nonprofit partner organizations around the country, and our network of supporters for the public good.

Bob Adelstein ’55
Caroline M. Adkins s’55
Blessing Agunwamba ’10
Jessica Aisenbrey ’05
Moriah Akers ’14
Bridget A. Akinc ’98
Karen Ali ’78 in memory of Ruth Ali, my mother
Thomas D. Allison, Jr. ’66
Helen H. Amick ’87
Robert M. Amick ’55 & Carol R. J. Amick
Vincent P. Anderson ’65
Nicholas Apostolakis ’55
Holly Bamford ’93 in memory of John Fish ’55
Sarah Barbrow ’05
Lew Barker ’55
Jayne W. Barnard s’55 in memory of John Tucker ’55
Bishop George Bashore ’55 & Carolyn Bashore
John T. Beaty Jr. ’66 in honor of Bill Leahy ’66
Ry Beck
Elizabeth Bennett-Parker
Lisa Bennett ’05
Estelle Berger ’78
Paul Berger
Ann D. Berkowitz k’55
Rainah A. Berlowitz ’97 in memory of Chet Safian ’55
Marjorie M. Bhavnani s’55 in memory of Ashok M. Bhavnani ’55
David W. Bianchi ’55
Melissa & John Bissell p’17
Kirsten J. Hund Blair ’84 & William M. Blair *84
Linda Boachie-Ansah ’02
Michael J. Bocian ’95
Justin S. Borntraeger ’02 in memory of John Fish ’55
Thomas D. Boyatt ’55
Christopher Boyd ’87 k’55
Elizabeth Boyd ’89, k’55
Stephen M. Boyd ’55
Markley H. Boyer ’55 & Barbara Millen Boyer
Jennifer L. Carpenter ’96
John D. Bredehoeft ’55
John Buchanan
Haoqian Chen ’08 & Aaron Buchman ’08
Judith & William Burks ’55
Lizzie Cain Clark
Dale Caldwell ’82
Katherine S. Canning ’97
Stacy McAuliffe Carey ’98 in honor of John Fish ’55
Adrianna Carlesimo
Sharon Carver ’82, k’55
John W. Castle ’55
Steb Chandor ’55
Christine D. Chang ’04 & Sid Gupta
J. William Charrier ’69 & Anne Charrier h’69
Cynthia M. Chin ’93
Douglas Chin ’83, p’21
Suzanne Chipkin
Edwin M. Clayton ’55
Jasmine Clerisme ’02
Charles W. Coker Jr. ’55
Laura Collins ’99
Harold Colton-Max ’91
Frank T. Crews Jr. ’55
Rory Riggs & Margaret M. Crotty ’94
Jennifer Daniels ’93
D. K. Davidson ’55
Noemi de la Puente *86, s*89
Donna J. Dean h’55
Jade Dean
Rebecca Deaton ’91
Lindley DeGarmo ’77, p’17 in honor of Ellie DeGarmo ’17
Samantha DeKoven ’94
Andres D. Diamond-Ortiz ’05
Elan DiMaio ’07
Arturo R. Dominguez ’00
Julie Doupe ’09 & Andrew Doupe ’09
Shannon Donnelly Simmons ’03
Cynthia Drakeman
John A. Gutman ’83 & Elizabeth A. Duffy ’88
William Dutton ’76
Laura Elbogen ’07
Kristin Epstein ’97 & John Epstein ’96
Robert N. Falk ’85
James S. Farrin ’58
Kelli K. Garcia ’96 & Matthew S. Ferguson ’96
Lindsay L. Warner Ferrer ’01
Trevor E. Forde ’74
David Fort ’10 & Michelle Fort’10
Claire Fowler & Michael Lapp p’15
Jerome F. Page & Katherine L. Frank p’10
Stephanie Blackburn Freeth ’97 & Tim Freeth ’95
Richard A. Frye ’55 in memory of George Kovatch ’55
David H. Fulmer ’55
Paul Gazzerro III ’92 in memory of John Fish ’55
Austin H. George ’55
Lisa Swedensborg Getson ’93 & Jeremy M. Getson ’94
Leslie S. Gewin ’97
Wilmot G. Gilland ’55
Anne Goldstein ’79
Lorraine Goodman ’83
A. R. Gordon ’55
Andrew Garland ’01 & Anne Gordon ’01
Richard Gorelick
Celine Gounder ’97
Amb. (r.) Thomas Graham, Jr. ’55
Sarah Tani Green ’00
James A. Gregoire ’69 & Jane K. Gregoire
Michael Grudzinski
Vajira Gunawardana & Ruwini de Silva p’14 in honor of Amali Gunawardana ’14
George C. S. Hackl ’55 & Ann W. Hackl
Jung Hahm
John D. Hamilton Jr. ’55
C. R. “Bud” Harper ’55
Timothy Harr ’72
John R. Hastings ’55
Lucy Haynes in honor of R. Furman Haynes ’17
Denise B. Aronzon ’99 & Michael K. Hehir, II ’99
Donald C. Hellmann ’55
Carol H. Henn s’55
Darlington P. Hicks ’94
Herbert B. Hilty ’55 in memory of Ina Hilty s’55
Albert P. Hinckley Jr. ’55
Judith Hole Suratt s’55 in memory of Samuel T. Suratt ’55
Reverend Rhoads Hollowell ’83 in honor of Lorraine Goodman ’83
Holly Holzer Bass ’92
Peter D. Horne ’55
Stephen A. Houser ’91
Benson Hsu
Felix Huang ’07 & Joshua Lau
Amb. (r) David Huebner ’82 & Dr. Duane McWaine ’80
Kirsten O. Hull ’99
Ugwunna K. Ikpeowo ’96
Leonard H. Inker ’55
Peter Jefferys ’55
Hilary W. Joel ’85 in honor of all the alumni of Emerging Leaders
Allen S. Johnson ’55
Jessica D. Johnson ’98
John G. Johnson ’72
Timothy B. Johnson ’73, p’12
Landon Y. Jones, Jr. ’66 & Sarah B. Jones
Thomas S. Jordan ’55 in memory of Charles Bray ’55
William A. Jordan Jr. ’95 in memory of Chet Safian ’55
Brandon Joseph ’12
Genesia P. Kamen ’83, p’15, p’17
Emile Karafiol ’55 & Virginia Robinson
C. J. Karalakulasingam ’98
Kef Kasdin ’85 & Jeremy Kasdin ’85
Stanley N. Katz h’21, h’80
Herbert J. Kaufmann ’55 and Nancy E. Kaufmann
Benet J. Kearney ’05
Sharon Keld ’80 in honor of the Great Class of ’55 & in memory of Bob Amick ’55
Abigail Kelly ’15
Richard Kitto ’69 & Christine Kitto
H. Felix Kloman ’55
Katie E. Ko ’09
George Kovatch ’55
Marty Krasney ’67
Debra Kushma ’80, s’79, p’13, k’55 & Michael Kushma ’79, s’80, p’13
Jeremiah D. Lambert ’55, p’08, p’10, p*92
Shoshana M. Landow ’91 & Ethan Stein ’90
William F. Landrigan ’76 in honor of Tom Magnus ’77
Rose Lapp ’15
Carla Laroche ’06
Evan K. Larson ’13
William J. Lawlor ’56 & Blair S. Lawlor
William R. Leahy Jr. ’66 & Christine M. Leahy
Elliott D. Lee ’74
Myron S. Lee ’55 in memory of Bob Amick ’55
Tiffany R. Lee ’11
Seth Lesser ’83
Brian Leung ’12
Mikaela Levons ’04 & Jaquan Levons ’03
Aiala Levy ’07
Connie Lewin ’05
Stuart & Gwen Lichtman ’76, p’07
Edward W. Lincoln, Jr. ’55
Elizabeth Lindsey *07
Charity Lisko ’01
Robert B. Loveman ’69 & Gail J. Loveman
Elizabeth Hackl Lurie ’85, s’85, k’55
John H. Lurz, III ’03
James D. Lynn ’55 in memory of Warner Slack ’55
Thomas B. Magnus ’77, k’55
Dana Malman Warren ’03
Charles F. Mapes ’55 & Doris K. Mapes
Ed Mason ’55
Richard H. May ’55
Melissa F. Mazin ’91 & Craig Mazin ’92
Robert C. McClanahan Jr. ’55
Kate McCleery ’75 & Robert Martinez ’75, p’11
Peggy McGinnis Colucci
Ann E. McGowan ’92
Arthur McKee ’90 & Nancy E. McKee
Trigg McLeod ’88
Kay & Steve McNamara ’55
Edward R. McNicholas ’91
Cheryl McQueen ’77
J. W. McRoberts ’55
Hella & Scott McVay Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation
Ellison S. Ward ’04
Ricardo A. Mestres Jr. ’55
Caroline Coburn in honor of Dominic Michel & Yael Sivi
Dominic F. Michel ’70
Robert & Susan Michelotti
Lori Mihalich-Levin ’01
Peter T. Milano ’55 & Christine M. Milano
Harold Miles and Tonya C. Miles ’82, p’14
Kathryn A. Miller ’77, k’49
Lewis Miller ’49, p’77 in honor of Kathy Miller ’77
Oral O. Miller ’55
William W. Mills, Jr. ’55
Courtney Monk ’01
Helen J. Moran ’94
Paula J. Morency ’77 & Paul Dengel ’76
Kevin H. Moriarty ’99
Roland Morris ’55
Roger V. Moseley ’55
Frank F. Mountcastle Jr. ’55
Olympia Moy ’05
Amy Muehlbauer ’05 in memory of Chet Safian ’55
Barbara & Walter Muelken ’55
Mary P. Murley ’76, s’72 and Robert Murley ’72, s’76, p’07, p’10
Antoinette Seaberry ’05
Sonal Nadiadhara
Gary B. Nash ’55
Christopher Nenno ’08
Richard Nenno ’72 & Mary Ella Nenno p’08
Samuel P. Newbold ’02
Michael Noveck ’08
Andrew C. Nurkin
Richard F. Ober, Jr. ’65 & Carol M. Ober h’65
Kate Reid ’04
Amy Olivero ’13 in honor of Sam Suratt ’55
Robin D. Olsen ’00
Charlene Huang Olson ’88
Anna Maria Ortiz ’95
J. Rollin Otto Jr. ’55
Dan-el Padilla Peralta ’06
Samuel Page ’10
Anupama Pattabiraman ’10
Arlene S. Pedovitch ’80, p’11
John T. Perkins ’55 in honor of Leon D. Prockop ’55
Amy Perlin
Brian Perlmutter ’15
Tom Perlmutter ’85 & Trish Perlmutter ’85, p’15, p’17
Elizabeth Perriello Rice ’90, s’89 & Kenneth Rice ’89, s’90
Dani Petrie ’90 in memory of John Fish ’55
Helena Phillibert ’03
Howard Piggee, III ’96
Charles Plohn, Jr. ’66, h’16
Lea A. Weems ’99 & Benjamin J. Porter ’98
Andrew Protain ’08
Kathy Qu ’13
Anthony C. E. Quainton ’55
Jospeh V. Quarles III ’55
Stephanie L. Ramos ’00
Clinton Stuart Raynor ’55
Julie M. Raynor-Gross ’75
Scott E. Regenbogen ’97
Kevin Reich ’00
Kathleen Reilly Streicher
Kathryn Reimann ’79
Jonathan F. Remley ’95
Lois O. Robbins s’55, p’83, p’85, p’91, gp’10, k’28
Juli Robbins ’83, k’55, p’10 & Daniel Greenwald ’81, p’10 in memory of Michael Robbins ’55
Alysa Rollock ’81
Margarita Rosa ’74
Jeffrey H. Rosalsky ’85 & Gail Shuttleworth ’86
Elizabeth C. Rosen ’10
Jessica Rosenbaum ’92
Bruce D. Rosenberg ’69
Carol Rosenfeld ’05 in memory of Chet Safian ’55
Marsha Rosenthal ’76 & Michael Buchman ’73
Gregory Ruffa & Lisa Gallagher p’16
Margaret Russell ’79 in memory of Marianne Eismann
Nili Safavi ’01
Jennifer P. Safian s’55
L. Robert Safian & Mary Safian
Kimberly Sagor
William J. Salman ’55 in memory of Michael D. Robbins ’55 & Harry W. Berkowitz ’55
Michael Salmanson ’82
Nora C. Samuelson ’05 in memory of Bob Amick ’55
Brittany Sanders ’13
Troy Savage ’05
Barry Savits ’55
Edward L. Sawyer, Jr. ’55
Walter W. Schanbacher ’73
James M. Seabrook ’55
Robert Sellery ’60
William C. Shafer ’55
Jeff Sharp ’80 & Liz Sharp
Anne D. Sherwood ’92
Arti Sheth Thorne ’08 & Jack Thorne
Caroline Shifke ’12
Robert M. Shoemaker ’55
Jim Sidford ’55
Robert B. Silverman ’55
Yael Sivi
Warner V. Slack ’55 & Carolyn P. Slack
Kristofer L. Smith ’98
R. Justin Smith ’90
Schuyler L. Softy ’11
Ann & Otto Spaeth ’55
Whitney Spalding ’07
Anne W. Stahel s’55
Sarah Stein ’97 & Michael Cohn
Richard P. Strickler ’55
David J. Strozzi ’99
Patrick A. Sullivan ’02
Rachel Sverdlove ’11
Elizabeth Lees Taggart ’78
Scott F. Taylor ’75 & Courtney F. Taylor
Katie M. Thaeder ’09
Richard E. Thompson ’55
Alan Thong ’04
Rebecca Thorsness
Ajay Tungare ’12
Francis Urbany
Kristin L. Vassallo ’97
Marcos Vigil ’97 & Ana Vazquez
Jennifer Vettel ’86, k’55 in memory of Paul M. Wythes, ’55
Carrie & John Vomacka ’02
Maya Wahrman ’16
Mia Walker ’87 K55
Richard O. Walker III ’73 & Deborah Walker
Susan Walker
Lindsay M. Wall ’02 & Jeremy Wall ’02 in honor of Dolores Michelotti
Jack Wallace ’55
Christopher P. Watts ’99
R. Kenly Webster ’55
Camille Logan Weekes ’95
Dana L. Weinstein ’12
John R. West ’55
Deborah K. Weyl ’06
Rebecca Garr Whitaker ’06
David G. White ’55
James R. Wiant ’55 in memory of John Brightman ’55
Robert H. Wier ’55
Nelson H. Wild ’55
Farayi C. Wiley ’99
Alan M. Willemsen ’55
David Williams ’71
John S. Wilson ’55 in memory of Michael D. Robbins ’55
Julie R. Wingerter ’92 & Seth Lieberman
Robert Wolk ’91
Richard C. Woodbridge ’65
William Woodrow
Rogers Woolston ’55
Shelia Ann Wright p’06
Melissa H. Wu ’99
Julie Yeh
Sean Zielenbach, Jr. ’90

Anonymous (8 donors)
Anonymous in honor of Judy, Sam, and Chet
Anonymous in memory of Chet Safian ’55
Anonymous in memory of John Fish ’55

1772 Foundation in cooperation with the New Jersey Historic Trust
American Express Foundation
Blackrock, Inc.
The Blackstone Group
Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation
The James E. and Diane W. Burke Foundation
Collaborative Coaching
Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation
Expedia Inc.
Harris Finch Foundation
The GE Foundation
Google
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Investors Bank Foundation
Jockers Family Foundation
MCJ Amelior Foundation
Edward S. Moore Family Foundation
Roma Bank Foundation
The Rockefeller Foundation
Irving and Sara Selis Foundation, Inc.
Tiger Baron Foundation
Tungare Manohar Family Foundation

Why Support Princeton AlumniCorps?

Princeton AlumniCorps is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. As such, we rely on the generosity of donors like you, who provide more than 80% of our operating budget. With nearly three decades of experience working with nonprofits and other civic-minded organizations across the country, AlumniCorps leads the charge to develop talent, create networks, and nourish a pipeline of effective leaders in the nonprofit sector. Each year our programs in Boston, Chicago, New York, San Francisco, New Jersey, and Washington, DC provide mentorship, training, and professional development to almost 100 talented and passionate university graduates, Emerging Leaders, and ARC Innovators who directly affect thousands of people served by our partner organizations.

Your contribution ensures that the next generation of nonprofit leaders working in community development, social services, education, the environment, civic service, and more, can develop the skills and knowledge they need to effect long-term, systemic social change.


We’ve launched a special fundraising appeal focused on our Project 55 Fellowship & Internship alumni, with a target of $27,000 by June 30, 2018. To help inspire these program alumni, we shared photos of years gone by asking “Remember YOUR Princeton Project 55 experience?” In addition, current and continuing Fellow Anna Walker ’17 (pictured below), who is working at Partners for the Common Good in Washington, DC, wrote a heartfelt letter to the program alumni, outlining three reasons why she will always support the program.

Photo captions: (a) Anna (3rd from left) and her coworkers & PP55 Fellow Hayley Roth ’17 (right), at the Opportunity Finance Network Conference in Sept. 2017. (b) Anna with Hayley in the office. (c) Anna at training on the fundamentals of the opportunity finance industry hosted at Self-Help Credit Union.

First: No other university has a program like Project 55 (PP55). In all my conversations with recent graduates from other universities, I’ve found that only Princeton has a nonprofit fellowship program created and funded by alumni. I like to think that we Tigers are an exceptional bunch, and PP55 certainly cements that conviction.

Second: The support I received from Project 55 throughout the job search and application process. Instead of sending dozens of cover letters into the ether, never to be heard from again, I had PP55 staff, program alumni, and peers who could help me prepare for an interview, offer advice for placements, and even give a nudge to organizations I had interviewed with to improve my chances for a fulfilling post-graduate job. To have the guidance, reassurance, and support of PP55 staff and infrastructure during that process helped me and many other Fellows maintain our sanity.

Lastly: Former Fellows and Princeton alumni who welcomed me and the other Fellows into their homes and lives. Starting a new job in a new city with new people is difficult. Thanks to the PP55 network, a welcoming committee of local Princetonians awaits each PP55 Fellow. From backyard barbecues to cultural events to individual mentors, PP55 has connected me with fascinating people who have supported and guided me during my Fellowship. The best way I know to thank all those people who have welcomed the DC Fellowship class is to give my own time and expertise to future Fellows and the PP55 program.

Dan-el Padilla Peralta ’06 Keynotes Leadership Circle Breakfast

Members of the Keystone Society at the 2018 Leadership Circle Breakfast

On February 25, 2018 new AlumniCorps board member Dan-el Padilla Peralta ’06 addressed our Leadership Circle Breakfast. Guests listened with rapt attention to Dan-el’s exploration of ancient Roman civilization and the implications the classics hold for our understanding of the rights of modern citizenship. The talk was followed by a question and answer session, and all attendees received a signed copy of Dan-el’s 2015 memoir, Undocumented.

Dan-el’s 2015 memoir, Undocumented: A Dominican Boy’s Odyssey from a Homeless Shelter to Ivy League

Dan-el is Assistant Professor of Classics at Princeton University. He is currently finishing his latest book entitled Divine institutions: religion and state formation in middle republican Rome. His 2015 memoir Undocumented: A Dominican Boy’s Odyssey from a Homeless Shelter to Ivy League received an Alex Award from the American Library Association.

Each year Keystone Society members are honored with a small gathering featuring noted speakers. This year we expanded the scope of the event by hosting a Leadership Circle Breakfast for all those who have demonstrated their commitment by giving significant time, talent, and treasure to AlumniCorps. Past guest speakers included Nobel Prize-winner Princeton Professor Emeritus Sir Angus Deaton; noted first-amendment authority, Professor Margaret ‘Peggy’ Russell ’79; and well-known writer, documentarian, and media theorist Douglas Rushkoff ’83. Learn more about the Keystone Society here.

Development Update January 2018

The Endowment and our Keystone Society

Did you know that Princeton AlumniCorps has an endowment? Our endowment fund is professionally managed by TIAA, and had a market value of $1,470,584 on December 31, 2017. Each year, a portion (up to 4% maximum) of the fund is drawn on to support our current programs, with the balance reinvested to build for the organization’s future financial needs.

The endowment is funded by our supporters’ gifts of cash and appreciated securities, gifts from retirement accounts, and through important Keystone Society bequests of similar gifts and pledged life insurance.

A few of our Keystone members at the Keystone Breakfast in February 2017.

The Keystone Society is comprised of our most generous and forward-thinking donors, members who have committed to ensuring the stability and long-term health of Princeton AlumniCorps. They understand the power of a planned gift. They know that the assets they leave to AlumniCorps will continue to grow, mobilizing people, organizations, and networks for the public good for generations to come. In 2017, we welcomed Lewis Miller ’49, Judith Hole Suratt s’55, and J. Rogers Woolston ’55 as our new Society members. Thank you for your pledge of support! New members will be inducted this February at our Leadership Circle Breakfast.


J. Rogers Woolston ’55 was inducted into the Keystone Society at the February 2017 breakfast.

Leadership Circle Breakfast 2018

Each year Keystone Society members are honored with a small gathering featuring noted speakers. This year we are expanding the scope of the event by hosting a Leadership Circle Breakfast for all those who have demonstrated their commitment by giving significant time, talent, and treasure to AlumniCorps. Past guest speakers have included Nobel Prize-winner Professor Angus Deaton, noted first-amendment authority, Professor Margaret ‘Peggy’ Russell ’79, and last year we heard from well-known writer, documentarian, and media theorist Douglas Rushkoff ’83.

Leadership Circle Breakfast 2018 Speaker, Dan-el Padilla Peralta ’06

Our 2018 speaker is new AlumniCorps board member Dan-el Padilla Peralta ’06Dan-el is Assistant Professor of Classics at Princeton University. He is currently finishing his latest book entitled Divine institutions: religion and state formation in middle republican Rome. His 2015 memoir Undocumented: A Dominican Boy’s Odyssey from a Homeless Shelter to Ivy League received an Alex Award from the American Library Association.

For more information on how you can ensure your legacy with AlumniCorps, please visit the Keystone website.

Thank you to our 2017 donors!

Thank you to the following donors who made gifts between January 1, 2017 and December 31, 2017! Our fiscal year ends June 30, so if you don’t see your name on this list, start 2018 by making your annual donation now.

Bob Adelstein ’55
Caroline M. Adkins s’55
Blessing Agunwamba ’10
Jessica Aisenbrey ’05
Moriah Akers ’14
Karen Ali ’78, in memory of Ruth Ali, my mother
Thomas D. Allison, Jr. ’66
Ari G. Altman ’97
Helen H. Amick ’87
Robert M. Amick ’55 & Carol R. J. Amick
Vincent P. Anderson ’65
Nicholas Apostolakis ’55
Jacob P. Arechiga ’05
Denise B. Aronzon ’99
Malena Attar
Marie-Jouvelle Aubourg
Joseph H. Bacheller III ’55
Kristen Bancroft ’89
Christina Barba ’02
Hollis Barber ’11
Sarah Barbrow ’05
Lew Barker ’55
Jayne W. Barnard s’55
Lauren W. Barnett ’92
Daniela Bartalini ’15
Bishop George Bashore ’55 and Carolyn Bashore
Jesse Bassett
John T. Beaty Jr. ’66
Ry Beck
Lisa Bennett ’05
Paul Berger
Estelle Berger ’78
Ann D. Berkowitz k’55, in honor of Harry Berkowitz ’55
Marjorie M. Bhavnani s’55, in memory of Ashok M. Bhavnani ’55
David W. Bianchi ’55
Melissa Bissell p’17
Linda Boachie-Ansah ’02
Michael Boisvert ’84
Justin S. Borntraeger ’02
Justin S. Borntraeger ’02
Thomas D. Boyatt ’55
Christopher Boyd ’87 k’55
Stephen M. Boyd ’55
Markley H. Boyer ’55 & Barbara Millen Boyer
Owen Boyle
John D. Bredehoeft ’55
Kate Bryan
Judith and William Burks ’55
Elizabeth W. Cain
Dale Caldwell ’82
Katherine S. Canning ’97
Edie Canter ’80
Adrianna Carlesimo
Lydia Carlis
Noelle Carne
Sharon Carver ’82, k’55
Heather F. Cassidy ’00
John W. Castle ’55
Veneka Chagwedera ’09
Steb Chandor ’55
Christine D. Chang ’04 and Sid Gupta
Victoria Y. Chang *07
J. William Charrier ’69 & Anne Charrier h’69
Haoqian Chen ’08 s’08
Lisly J. Chéry ’03
Cynthia M. Chin ’93
Suzanne Chipkin
Emily Chiswick-Patterson ’05
Edwin M. Clayton ’55
Jasmine Clerisme ’02
Caroline Coburn
Charles W. Coker Jr. ’55
Laura Collins ’99
Harold Colton-Max ’91
Anna Condella ’12
Stanley Cook
Cristina Ritchie Cooper ’96
Lizanne Cox and David Gibson p’14
Frank T. Crews Jr. ’55
Rory Riggs and Margaret M. Crotty ’94
Jennifer Daniels ’93
D. K. Davidson ’55
Pyper Davis ’87
Jennifer Davis ’13, s’14
Laurence C. Day ’55
Noemi de la Puente *86, s*89
Vajira Gunawardana and Ruwini de Silva p’14
Donna J. Dean h’55
Rebecca Deaton ’91
Lindley DeGarmo ’77, p’17 in honor of Ellie DeGarmo ’17
Samantha DeKoven ’94
David Dieck ’78
Kerry E. Dinneen ’77 and Sam Sutphin
James J. DiOrio ’73
Eric Dobosh ’16
Sally Dorman
Cynthia Drakeman
John A. Gutman ’83 & Elizabeth A. Duffy ’88
William Dutton ’76
Laura Elbogen ’07
Ryan Elliott ’14
James S. Farrin ’58
Ramie Fathy ’16
Lindsay L. Warner Ferrer ’01
Kathryn Fiorella ’06
Stephanie Blackburn Freeth ’97 and Tim Freeth ’95
Julian Forde
Trevor E. Forde ’74
David Fort ’10 and Michelle Fort’10
Claire Fowler and Michael Lapp p’15
Marie Francois ’03
Maria Fregoso
Winifred S. Freund s’55, p’83, p’87
Richard A. Frye ’55
Jing Fu ’11
Andrew Garland ’01 & Anne Gordon ’01
David & Deborah Garr p’06
Austin H. George ’55
Lisa Swedensborg Getson ’93 & Jeremy M. Getson ’94
Leslie S. Gewin ’97
Roger Gilbert Jr. ’55 & Marion M. Gilbert
Wilmot G. Gilland ’55
Lelabari A. I. Giwa-Ojuri ’14
Phillip E. Gladfelter ’55
Sarah Gladstone ’93
Steven L. Glauberman ’73
Jason Gold ’81
Anne Goldstein ’79
Lorraine Goodman ’83
A. R. Gordon ’55
Richard Gorelick
Celine Gounder ’97
Amb. (r.) Thomas Graham, Jr. ’55
Julianne Grasso ’10
Ms. Sarah Green
Alix M. Greenwald ’10
James A. Gregoire ’69 & Jane K. Gregoire
Dunrie A. Greiling ’92
Lewis B. Gustafson ’55
George C. S. Hackl ’55 & Ann W. Hackl
Gilmor S. Hamill IV ’55
C. R. “Bud” Harper ’55
Timothy Harr ’72
John R. Hastings ’55
Clark C. Havighurst ’55
Peter P. Hawryluk ’55 & Ann M. Hawryluk
Donald C. Hellmann ’55
Carol H. Henn s’55
Darlington P. Hicks ’94
Herbert B. Hilty ’55
Albert P. Hinckley Jr. ’55
Judith Hole Suratt s’55 in honor of Samuel T. Suratt ’55
Holly Holzer Bass ’92
Peter D. Horne ’55
Stephen A. Houser ’91
John R. Howell ’55 & Dorothy C. Howell p’91, p’93
Rita Alles s’55
Kirsten O. Hull ’99
Leonard H. Inker ’55
Jessica Jardine ’10
Jasmine A. Jeffers ’11
Peter Jefferys ’55
James C. Jehle ’55
Hilary W. Joel ’85
Jessica D. Johnson ’98
John G. Johnson ’72
Allen S. Johnson ’55
Timothy B. Johnson ’73, p’12
Landon Y. Jones, Jr. ’66 & Sarah B. Jones
William A. Jordan Jr. ’95
Thomas S. Jordan ’55 in memory of  Charles Bray ’55
Brandon Joseph ’12
Kelsey Kane-Ritsch ’16
Emile Karafiol and Virginia Robinson
C. J. Karalakulasingam ’98
Kef Kasdin ’85 & Jeremy Kasdin ’85
Stanley N. Katz h’21, h’80
Daniel S. Kaufman ’92
Herbert J. Kaufmann ’55 and Nancy E. Kaufmann
Benet J. Kearney ’05
Sharon Keld ’80
Dennis Keller ’63
Eunice Kim ’05
Yoni Kirsch ’16
Richard Kitto ’69 and Christine Kitto
H. Felix Kloman ’55
Katie E. Ko ’09
George Kovatch ’55
Marty Krasney ’67
Jaimie Krause
Greg Kuhns ’55 & Joan Kuhns
Debra Kushma ’80, s’79, p’13, k’55 and Michael Kushma ’79, s’80, p’13
Anne G. LaLonde ’90
Shoshana M. Landow ’91
William F. Landrigan ’76 in honor of Tom Magnus ’77
Rose Lapp ’15
Carla Laroche ’06
Evan K. Larson ’13
William J. Lawlor ’56 & Blair S. Lawlor
William R. Leahy Jr. ’66 & Christine M. Leahy
Julie A. G. Leary ’12
Elliott D. Lee ’74
Myron S. Lee ’55
Seth Lesser ’83
Stephanie B. Levey ’97, k’55
Mikaela Levons ’04 and Jaquan Levons ’03
Aiala Levy ’07
Connie Lewin ’05
Karen Li ’05
Stuart and Gwen Lichtman ’76, p’07
Yuhwen Ling
Ethel E. Lipsitz s’55
Charity Lisko ’01
David Lloyd
Elizabeth Hackl Lurie ’85, s’85, k’55
John H. Lurz, III ’03
Kathryn Lusk
James D. Lynn ’55
Eric Macey ’73
Robert F. Magnus ’55 and Claire S. Magnus p’77
Thomas B. Magnus ’77, k’55
Dana Malman Warren ’03
Anne Z. Malone
Charles F. Mapes ’55 & Doris K. Mapes
Thomas Markham ’55
Karenna Martin ’15
Ed Mason ’55
Richard H. May ’55
Melissa F. Mazin ’91 & Craig Mazin ’92
Dana S. Mazo ’01
Stacy B. McAuliffe ’98 in memory of John Fish ’55
Robert C. McClanahan Jr. ’55
Kate McCleery ’75 & Robert Martinez ’75, p’11
Peggy McGinnis Colucci
James Cooke McGough ’55
Ann E. McGowan ’92
Arthur McKee ’90 & Nancy E. McKee
Steve ’55 and Kay McNamara
Edward R. McNicholas ’91
Cheryl McQueen ’77
J. W. McRoberts ’55
Hella and Scott McVay Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation
Wendy McWeeny ’92
George Meier ’55 and Nan Meier
David Mejias ’98
Joseph Mendrala
Ellison S. Ward ’04
Ricardo A. Mestres Jr. ’55
Dominic F. Michel ’70
Robert & Susan Michelotti
Lori Mihalich-Levin ’01
Peter T. Milano ’55 & Christine M. Milano
Oral O. Miller ’55
Lewis Miller ’49, p’77
Willis Mills ’55
Courtney Monk ’01
Helen J. Moran ’94
Paula J. Morency ’77 & Paul Dengel ’76
Kevin H. Moriarty ’99
Roland Morris ’55
Roger V. Moseley ’55
Frank F. Mountcastle Jr. ’55
Olympia Moy ’05
Amy Muehlbauer ’05
Sandra Mukasa ’12
Michael T. Mullaly ’04
Mary P. Murley ’76, s’72 and Robert Murley ’72, s’76, p’07, p’10
Antoinette Seaberry ’05
Sonal Nadiadhara
Gary B. Nash ’55
John R. Nealon ’77
Paul Nehring ’10
Rebecca Neill ’16
Rebecca L. Nemec ’05
Richard Nenno ’72 & Mary Ella Nenno p’08
Christopher Nenno ’08
Samuel P. Newbold ’02
Rosemary Nidiry ’91
Erin E. Ebbel Niemasik ’06
Michael Noveck ’08
Andrew C. Nurkin
Richard F. Ober, Jr. ’65 and Carol M. Ober h’65
Kate Reid ’04
Amy Olivero ’13
Robin D. Olsen ’00
Charlene Huang Olson ’88
Anna Maria Ortiz ’95
Benjamin Oseroff ’11
J. Rollin Otto Jr. ’55
Juana Pacheco ’90
Samuel Page ’10
Janet S. Paul s’55
A. Glenn Paul ’79
Arlene S. Pedovitch ’80, p’11
John T. Perkins ’55
Tom Perlmutter ’85 and Trish Perlmutter ’85, p’15, p’17
Elizabeth Perriello Rice ’90, s’89 and Kenneth Rice ’89, s’90
Helena Phillibert ’03
Howard Piggee, III ’96
James C. Pitney, Jr. ’71
Alan A. Platt ’65
Charles J. Plohn Jr. ’66 & Dorothy Plohn
Francis J. Pogan ’55
Andrew Protain ’08
William E. Pugh ’96 & Molly Pugh ’98
Kathy Qu ’13
Anthony C. E. Quainton ’55
Jospeh V. Quarles III ’55
Richard Quay ’71
Stephanie L. Ramos ’00
Mr. Clinton Stuart Raynor ’55
Julie M. Raynor-Gross ’75
Scott E. Regenbogen ’97
Kevin Reich ’00
Thomas R. Reid III ’66
Kathleen Reilly Streicher
Kathryn Reimann ’79
Marisa Remez ’16
Jonathan F. Remley ’95
Bill Richardson Jr. ’73
Antonio Riera, III ’00
Lois O. Robbins s’55, p’83, p’85, p’91, gp’10, k’28
Juli Robbins ’83, k’55, p’10 & Daniel Greenwald ’81, p’10
Alysa Rollock ’81
John P. Roos ’55
Margarita Rosa ’74
Jeffrey H. Rosalsky ’85 and Gail Shuttleworth ’86
Jessica Rosenbaum ’92
Bruce D. Rosenberg ’69
Carol Rosenfeld ’05
Marsha Rosenthal ’76 & Michael Buchman
Michael Rosskamm ’02
Robert J. Ruben ’55
William D. Ruckelshaus ’55, p’83, p ’87 and Jill Ruckelshaus
Cameron Ruffa ’16
Margaret Russell ’79
Nili Safavi ’01
Judy Safian k’55 and Brian Demers, in honor of Chet Safian ’55
Jennifer P. Safian s’55
William J. Salman ’55, in memory of Michael D. Robbins ’55 and Harry W. Berkowitz ’55
Michael Salmanson ’82
Eloise C. Salmon ’07
Barry Savits ’55
Edward L. Sawyer, Jr. ’55
Walter W. Schanbacher ’73
James M. Seabrook ’55
Robert Sellery ’60
William C. Shafer ’55
Jeff Sharp ’80 & Liz Sharp
Arti Sheth Thorne ’08 & Jack Thorne
Caroline Shifke ’12
Robert M. Shoemaker ’55
Jim Sidford ’55
Robert B. Silverman ’55
Misha B. Simmonds ’97
Paul G. Sittenfeld ’69
Yael C. Sivi
Warner V. Slack ’55 & Carolyn P. Slack
Benjamin Slaughter
Kristofer L. Smith ’98
Lucia Smith ’04
Kristen N. Smith ’03
Schuyler L. Softy ’11
Ann and Otto Spaeth ’55
Whitney Spalding ’07
Douglas Sprankling ’10
Jeffrey Sprowles ’69
Sitraka Andriamanantenasoa ’11
Anne W. Stahel s’55
Sue Anne Steffey Morrow h’83, h’88, h’03
Sarah Stein ’97 & Michael Cohn
Rachel Steinberg
Stuart Steingold ’66
Lauren Stillwell Patterson
Richard P. Strickler ’55
David J. Strozzi ’99
Sue Suh ’96 and Chad Livingston
Patrick A. Sullivan ’02
Tina Sung ’71
Rachel Sverdlove ’11
Elizabeth Lees Taggart ’78
Avion Tai ’10
Patrick Yao Tang ’07
Scott F. Taylor ’75 & Courtney F. Taylor
Jeanne Teutonico
Katie M. Thaeder ’09
Richard E. Thompson ’55
Rebecca Thorsness
M. Jay Trees ’66
Emilee Tu ’16
Ajay Tungare ’12
Reina Utsunomiya
Robert Uvanovic
Anna M. Varghese ’01
Kristin L. Vassallo ’97
Jennifer Vettel ’86, k’55
Marcos Vigil and Ana Vazquez
Carrie & John Vomacka ’02
Maya Wahrman ’16
Richard O. Walker III ’73 & Deborah Walker
Richard C. Walker ’55
Mrs. Susan Walker
Lindsay M. Wall ’02 & Jeremy Wall ’02
Travis Walls
Elizabeth Warter
Christopher P. Watts ’99
R. Kenly Webster ’55
Camille Logan Weekes ’95
Dana L. Weinstein ’12
Charlotte Weiskittel ’06
Henry Wendt III ’55
John R. West ’55
Deborah K. Weyl ’06
Rebecca Garr Whitaker ’06
Timothy and Angela White p’13
James R. Wiant ’55
Robert H. Wier ’55
Nelson H. Wild ’55
John S. Wilson ’55
Julie R. Wingerter ’92 & Seth Lieberman
Robert Wolk ’91
Richard C. Woodbridge ’65
Madeleine Woodle ’13
Arthur P. Woolley ’55
Rogers Woolston ’55
Shelia Ann Wright
Artilie Wright ’06
Amy Yang and Qi-Huang Zheng p’15
Julie Yeh
Blaine Young ’55
Suzanne Yudell and Carl R. Yudell ’75
Lydia Zaininger ’83
Sunny Zhang ’16
Sean Zielenbach, Jr., Ph.D. ’90
Anonymous (3 donors)
Note: Several donors made multiple gifts


American Express Foundation
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
BlackRock, Inc.
Collaborative Coaching
Edward S. Moore Family Foundation
Facebook, Inc.
Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation
Giving Assistant
Google, Inc.
Harris Finch Foundation
Irving and Sara Selis Foundation, Inc.
Jockers Family Foundation
McCarter & English, LLP
MCJ Amelior Foundation
Moskowitz Foundation
The GE Foundation
The James E. and Diane W. Burke Foundation
The Nassau Club
The Rockefeller Foundation
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Tungare Manohar Family Foundation