How Alumni Can Engage with Princeton's Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

A discussion on the different ways alumni can engage with the Princeton entrepreneurial ecosystem was the final panel for Day 1 of the Bay Area Tiger Entrepreneurs Conference. Anne-Marie Maman '84, PEC executive director; Don Seitz '79, PEC assistant director; Cornelia Huellstrunk, executive director of the Keller Center; Chip Hay of Corporate Engagement & Foundation Relations; Kim Betz, executive director of the Office of Career Services; and Michelle Moon '99, director of Princeton Alumni Angels gave overviews of their organizations and fielded questions from interested alums. 

DID YOU KNOW?
Princeton Entrepreneurship Council and our on-campus and off-campus partners have many opportunities for alumni to get involved. Reach out to us:

Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education
Corporate Engagement & Foundation Relations
Career Services
Princeton Alumni Angels 

Kimberly Betz

  • Executive Director, Career Services, Princeton University

Richard (Chip) Hay

  • Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations, Princeton University

Cornelia Huellstrunk

  • Executive Director, Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education, Princeton University

Anne-Marie Maman, '84

  • Executive Director, Princeton Entrepreneurship Council

Michelle Yang Moon, '99

  • Co-Founder/Director, Princeton Alumni Angels

Don Seitz, '79

  • Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement, Princeton Entrepreneurship Council