Current Fellows

Project 55 Fellowship Program – Current Fellows


Princeton AlumniCorps is thrilled to welcome our newest class of Project 55 Fellows. This year, 47 recent Princeton graduates are serving as Project 55 Fellows at 40 partner organizations located in the Bay Area, Boston, Chicago, New Jersey, New York, and Washington, DC. In addition, nine of our 2016-17 fellows are continuing in a second year of the program.

We invite you to get to know the talented, energetic, and dedicated individuals who make up our 2017-18 Fellowship class! Learn more about each of the current Fellows in the latest edition of On the Path, our annual Project 55 Fellowship directory.


2017-18 Project 55 Fellows


Audrey Abend, OpenBiome Nickolas Dreher, UCSF, Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Center Trust Kupupika, International Schools Services Kristina Phillpotts-Brown, Greater Oakland Public Schools Alice Tao, New York Center for Child Development
Akua Achampong, New Community Veronica Edwards, Readworks Juliana Lopez, Coalition for Hispanic Family Services Sahand Keshavarz Rahbar, Princeton AlumniCorps Durva Trivedi, Rockefeller Foundation
Salwa Ahmad, Aeras Andrew Hahm, Carole Robertson Center for Learning Monica Magalhaes, Vital HealthCare Capital Ashley Richards, New York District Attorney Hannah Vester, New York District Attorney
Vivien Bazarko, Reach Out and Read Justine Hamilton, Princeton University, Princeton Internships in the Civic Services Alexandra Mairone, Humanity United Hayley Roth, Partners for the Common Good Marlyse Vieira, Chicago Volunteer Legal Services
Tess Bissell, College Summit Kelly Hatfield, Community Group Michael Manning, New Markets Support Co. Daniel Rounds, Community Group Anna Walker, Partners for the Common Good
Janine Cadet, New Alternatives for Children Richard Haynes, CityBridge Foundation Adjoa Mante, Sinai Community Institute Andrew Schilling, UCSF, Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Center Gelila Yohannes, New York Academy of Medicine
Julie Chen, Brooklyn Defender Services Danielle Howell, Coalition for Hispanic Family Services John Marsh, New York District Attorney Monica Seng, OpenBiome Kelsey Lowman, Mass General Hospital
Cassandra Crifase, EmNet Zena Kesselman, Illinois State Board of Education Nora Niazian, Center for Economic Progress Piyapat Sinsub, Housing Development Fund
Eleanor DeGarmo, New York Academy of Medicine Minji Kim, Association to Benefit Children Colleen O’Gorman, All In Together Jenna Spitzer, CityYear
Evan Delgado, Burke Foundation Hannah Kraus, Aspire Public Schools Briana Payton, North Lawndale Employment Network Hannah Srajer, Association to Benefit Children

 2017-18 On the Path Fellowship Directory


2016-17 On the Path Fellowship Directory


2015-16 On the Path Fellowship Directory