Kevin Hudson '97

Associate Director for Institutional Diversity and College Opportunity, Princeton University

Kevin C Hudson believes all children deserve well-informed and caring educators to realize their full potential. He currently works as the Associate Director for Diversity and College Opportunity in the Office of Provost at Princeton University. In this role, Kevin manages strategic partnerships and a portfolio of activities aligned with Princeton’s commitment to combat inequities in education. Kevin coordinates projects and partnerships with nonprofit organizations (e.g., Council for Opportunity in Education, LEDA, Matriculate), peer institutions, and researchers to support selective college access for traditionally underrepresented students. He additionally facilitates institutional collaborations with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and other Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs). He also serves as Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity’s liaison to the Office of Advancement, providing strategic guidance for diversity, equity and inclusion-related alumni activities, outreach and interactions. 

Kevin previously managed college readiness districtwide at District of Columbia Public Schools and served as director of college admission and advising at a NJ non-profit boarding school placement organization. He began his career as an admission officer at Princeton University. As a first-generation, Pell-grant college student, Kevin earned his bachelor’s degree from Princeton University and his Master’s degree in Higher Education Management from University of Pennsylvania. He is currently pursuing an Ed.D at Rutgers University Graduate School of Education. He has served as a reader for several national scholarship programs including Gates Scholars Program, Jack Kent Cooke Foundation and Dell Scholars Program. Kevin serves on various boards including Delbarton School, New Jersey Scholars Program, Princeton Blairstown Center, International Baccalaureate College and University Relations Committee and several College Board regional and national committees.