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Alumni Board

The Hun School Alumni Association Board currently consists of representatives from the alumni body from a wide spread of professions, as well as two senior student representatives. The Board’s purpose is to strengthen the alumni body and foster a sense of community between alumni and the current campus population.
Executive Board
Leigh Ann Peterson ’86, president
Rob Kuchar ’01, vice-president
Jonathan Begg '05 
Brian Logue ’75
Jennifer Pontani Stone ’93

Alumni Board
Myles Bostic '19
Sarah Dileo Craig '07
Gabrielle Graff ’98
Dana Hughes Moorhead '95
Stephen Polin ’65
Jennifer Phillips Raics ’89
Patrick Quirk '02
Krista Ross '88
Nora Saunders Dunnan '06
Nicholas Scozzari '77
Suzanne Simon ’85
Blane Soper '19
Irv Urken '68
Tyler Veth '11


List of 4 items.

  • Hun Fund

    The Hun Annual Fund is the School’s first philanthropic priority, and everyone is asked to support it. Alumni volunteers serve as Class Agents and contact classmates on behalf of the Hun Annual Fund. They serve a critical function in both supporting the School and in connecting Alumni with the philanthropic needs and priorities of the School. They play a particularly important role in Reunion Giving.
  • Nominating, Assignment, and Recognition

    The NAR Committee serves as a conduit for members of the Alumni Board and Class Ambassadors. Alumni Recognition awards and the Athletic Hall of Fame nominees are recommended and reviewed for honor through this committee. The NAR Committee is also responsible for proposing nominations of new Alumni Board members.
  • Reunions and Events

    The Reunions and Events Committee creates a bridge between yesterday, today, and tomorrow’s alumni. This committee is responsible for Alumni Weekend, which is held in October. Alumni Weekend offers opportunities to reunite, network, and reconnect through homecoming and reunions, alumni of color and international alumni events, the Run for Kate, Athletic Hall of Fame, Alumni Recognition Ceremony, and sporting events. Reunion giving offers alumni a way to celebrate your milestone Reunion with a special and meaningful gift to the School.
  • Young Alumni Association

    The Young Alumni Association includes alumni of The Hun School of Princeton whose class has graduated less than 15 years ago. The Young Alumni Association Committee is comprised of current senior class members. The goal is to keep young alumni connected with the School and provide opportunities to network with fellow alumni, and educate them on the importance of giving and staying connected.
The Hun School of Princeton is an independent, coeducational, private day and boarding college preparatory school.  Student-centered, hands-on learning prepares students for the global community in which they will live and work.

176 Edgerstoune Road, Princeton, NJ 08540  |  Phone: (609) 921-7600 | Email: admiss@hunschool.org