Learn more about the unsung alumni "heroes" who have gone above and beyond the call of duty in their volunteer efforts for Princeton in a variety of activities. Features about these "Aluminaries" appear in the PAW throughout the year.
Thomas Swift '76
Thomas Swift ’76 started volunteering with Princeton following his retirement. And he hasn’t stopped. Swift says that rewards are innumerable. His only regret is that he wishes he started sooner.
Rick Woldenberg ’81
Giving back to Princeton has always been very important to Rick Woldenberg ’81, chair of the Committee to Nominate Alumni Trustees (CTNAT). While he has been an active volunteer in many committees, including the Schools Committee for many years and also chair of his region, he is especially pleased to serve on CTNAT. “It is an awesome responsibility that we take very seriously,” he adds.
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Josh Rafner ’77
A Pyne Prize winner as well as a Fulbright recipient, Josh Rafner ’77 was an accomplished and active student with a penchant for gathering his friends around activities he was passionate about, something he continues today as an active volunteer.
Christina Hultholm *06
"I think it's important to engage with your community, in big ways or in small. Like so many other Princetonians, when I think I can help, I raise my hand." It is this kind of generous spirit that Christina Hultholm *06 brought to Princeton and her work in her volunteer capacity as the Reunions Chair of the APGA.
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Derrick Raphael ’06
Derrick Raphael ’06 became aware of the ABPA while still a student. Shortly after receiving his law degree from Duke, Derrick joined the ABPA board and began serving as Secretary in 2014. He is now the president of the ABPA and credits his success to his wonderful peers on the board.
Jennifer Daniels '93, S92
Princeton has always been special for Jennifer Daniels '93, S92. Her parents were married there and Jennifer was born there. No surprise that it was among her top choices for college. Charmed by Princeton's idyllic location and awed by its world-class academic and extracurricular opportunities, Jennifer's final decision was also influenced by her Alumni Schools Committee (ASC) interviewer, whose demonstrably deep ties to Princeton and her desire to give back to the University through alumni connections made an enduring impression.