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Committee on Regional Associations

The Committee on Regional Associations (CORA) consists of regional association officers elected to the Alumni Council Executive Committee. The mission of CORA is to work with regional associations to engage more Princeton alumni with the University and with one another. CORA pursues this mission by serving, in coordination with the Regional Affairs team, as a resource to Princeton regional alumni associations in developing ideas and providing guidance for: programs; recruiting volunteers; organizing, operating and managing the regional association; and enhancing outreach to alumni.

Princetagram 2019

A CORA initiative, Princetagram 2019 features Tiger gatherings from coast-to-coast and across continents. We hope you will be inspired by these events and encourage you to replicate one in your region. To have your event featured in the next Princetagram, submit your photos to acra@princeton.edu.  

CORA Grant Application Guidelines

Regional event in San Francisco

CORA offers a limited number of first-come, first-served grants to regional associations seeking to offer events and initiatives that foster, increase and enhance regional alumni engagement. These grants, awarded on a rolling basis, are available to support four priority areas that help appeal to and engage a broad group of alumni including Community Service, Innovative Programming, Recent Alumni Engagement and Collaboration across Alumni Groups.

Download CORA grant application guidelines [PDF]
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APGA Grant Application Guidelines

APGA jacket

The Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni offers grants to Regional Associations to assist with engagement of graduate alumni in their region.

Download APGA grant application guidelines [PDF]

 

CORA Award for Innovation

CORA Innovation Award winners

This award is given in recognition of associations who have developed new and innovative programming. Award recipients have included groups that created particularly engaging alumni education programs, as well as organizations that developed effective new ways to use technology in alumni outreach.

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Community Service

Service Project

Community Service is an important aspect of Princeton tradition. Learn about the many ways to promote and encourage community service in your regions.

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Committee Leadership

Rob Wolk '91, PA of New York City, Chair

Dean Menegas '83, PA United Kingdom, Vice Chair

Members

Jacqueline F. (Jackie) Cremos '14, Princeton Club of Washington

John D. Ellis '81, Princeton Club of Hawaii

Roy D. (Trey) Farmer III '93, Princeton Club of Southwest Florida

Javier Hernandez '09, Princeton Club of San Diego

Candace Jackson-Akiwumi '00, Princeton Club of Chicago

Christopher G. Malik '97, Princeton Association of Northern Ohio

Suzanne M. Morrison '89, Princeton Association of New England

Bliss Freytag Smith '87, Princeton Alumni Association of Dallas-Ft. Worth

Beth E. Stahlman '89, Princeton Club of Georgia

Kim Frawley, Staff Liaison

Katherine Kennedy, Staff Liaison

Stephanie Rosenbluth, Staff Liaison