Latino Princetonians

About Us  

Latino Princetonians is a network of Latino and non-Latino staff that is committed to articulating the needs of our members on campus and to creating opportunities for connection in formal and informal settings. We strive to create visibility regarding Latino staff matters and awareness about resources on campus and within the larger Princeton community. We welcome all.

Our Mission

The mission of the Latino Princetonians is to serve its members by helping to foster an environment of equity and respect that attracts and values diverse individuals who are encouraged to contribute their perspectives to the overall success of an institution that stands in service to society. Our work is primarily organized through the efforts of our Community Service Committee, Social Committee and Networking Committee.

Workplans

Latino Princetonians

Leadership

President
Elizabeth Patten
Special Assistant to the Assistant Vice President for Communications, Office of Communications
(609) 258-5727

Vice-president
Jennifer Cabral-Pierce
Digital Imaging Technician, University Library
(609) 258-2526

Steering Committee

Danette Rivera (Politics)
Gabriela E. Gonzalez (Office of International Programs, Dean of the College)
David Mejias (Alumni Affairs)
Kristina M. Graff (Woodrow Wilson School)
Max G. Siles (History)
Jonathan A. Pastor (Health Services)
Lisa Scalice (Psychology)
Michael Gonzalez (Human Resources, PPPL)