Princeton Women's Network
The Alumni Association seeks to support Princeton women and alumnae and non-binary alumni initiatives. Join a Princeton Women’s Network chapter, or launch a new one, and explore ways to meet and engage fellow Tiger alumnae.
Princeton Women’s Network
From networking and mentorship to cultural activities and book clubs, social events and service projects, the Princeton Women’s Network (PWN) provides a convivial community built on shared interests, a strong devotion to service, unbreakable friendships, and an inimitable orange-and-black spirit that never wanes!
Leadership and Chapters
Princeton Women’s Network Council Advisory Council
The mission of the Princeton Women’s Network (PWN) Advisory Council is to support, strengthen, advance and expand the PWN globally, to connect alumnae to one another and to the University in new and relevant ways, to furnish representation for thought leadership among our alumnae, and to provide external perspective regarding alumnae interests to the University.
Susan Katzmann Horner ’86, Northern New Jersey, Chair
Maureen Crough ’83, New York City, Vice Chair
Pei-Ting Sarah Chou *05, Taiwan
Diane Hasling ’79, Princeton Area
Carol Hasson ’76, San Diego
Angie Long ’97, Kansas City
Nalini Pande ’93, Washington D.C.
Lily Partridge ’82, Northern New Jersey
- PWN of Atlanta - The Princeton Club of Georgia
- PWN of Boston - Princeton Association of New England
- PWN of Carolina Triangle - Carolina Triangle of Princeton Club
- PWN of Chicago - The Princeton Club of Chicago
- PWN of Dallas-Fort Worth - The Princeton Club of Dallas Fort-Worth
- PWN of Fairfield County - The Princeton Alumni Association of Fairfield County
- PWN of Kansas City - The Princeton Alumni Association of Greater Kansas City
- PWN of Lehigh Valley - The Princeton Alumni Association of The Lehigh Valley
- PWN of New York - The Princeton Association of New York City
- PWN of Northern California - The Princeton Club of Northern California
- PWN of Northern New Jersey - The Princeton Alumni Association of Northern New Jersey
- PWN of Northern Ohio - The Princeton Association of Northern Ohio
- PWN of Oregon - The Princeton Club of Oregon
- PWN of Philadelphia - The Princeton Club of Philadelphia
- PWN of Princeton Area - The Princeton Area Alumni Association
- PWN of San Diego - The Princeton Club of San Diego
- PWN of Washington, D.C. - The Princeton Club of Washington, D.C.
- PWN of Western Washington - The Princeton Club of Western Washington
For additional information or to start a PWN in your region, please contact Emily Latham, Assistant Director, Affinity Groups.
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History of Women at Princeton
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