Latino Princetonians


 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.

Leadership

President
Maritza McGraw
Facilities
(609) 258-8804

President-Elect
Jane Sanchez Swain
Pace Center for Civic Engagement
(609) 258-1118

Secretary
Christina Gonzalez-Aguirre
Office of Advancement
(609) 258-8976

President-Emeritus
Elizabeth Patten
Office of Communications
(609) 258-5727

Social Media Committee Chair
Eneida Toner
Program in Latin American Studies

Community Outreach Committee Chair
Mona Villa-Sgobbo
Program in Teacher Preparation

Professional Development Committee Chair
Rochelle Makela-Goodman
Office of Advancement

Networking/Social Committee Chair
Deedee Ortiz
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Welcoming Committee Chair
Vacant

Steering Committee
Lisa M. Linn de Barona, Department of Public Safety
Nancy Blaustein, Department of Classics
Darleny Cepin, Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students
Julia Davila, Princeton University Art Museum, Department of Public Safety
Gabriela E. Gonzalez, Office of the Dean of the College
Michael Gonzalez, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Christina Lipsky, Department of Economics
Sarah Mullins, Office of the Dean of the Graduate School
Jonathan Pastor, University Health Services
Bonelys Rosado, Woodrow Wilson School
Sal Rosario, Office of Information Technology
Max G. Siles, Department of History
Damaris Zayas, Program in Latin American Studies

Executive Sponsor
Amy Campbell, University Services