Don Seitz '79

Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement, Princeton Entrepreneurship Council

Don manages a number of initiatives to engage alumni across the Princeton entrepreneurial community. These include a number of educational-focused events from large conferences (such as the Bay Area Tiger Entrepreneurs Conference) to smaller, more intimate evening panel discussions called TigerTalks in the City and TigerTalks on the Road across the U.S. and globally.

He also manages a “flash” mentoring platform called OfficeHours that enables you to search for and schedule time with a mentor who has deep skills and experiences in a particular area to discuss and help resolve a specific startup challenge.

Finally, he is the primary PEC liaison to Princeton Alumni Angels and organizes a number of Startup Showcases and VC Roadshows to further connect Princeton startups with the investor community. He consults regularly with alumni entrepreneurs to help connect them with fellow Tigers.

He holds an A.B. from Princeton University and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School.