Fall 2016-Fall 2017 Leadership Team
Adriana Rubertone '18 - Co-President, Membership
Adriana is a junior from Glen Head, NY who is majoring in Sociology. As Co-President of Membership, she is responsible for developing the structure of the Pod Program and making it as meaningful and enjoyable as possible for members. Adriana is a strong believer in the power that the Pod Program has in fostering relationships between women and advancing women’s leadership. Aside from PWMP, she also plays the oboe in the Wind Ensemble. Her hobbies include doing makeup, going to concerts, and eating pasta.
Taylor Kang '19 - Co-President, Programming
Taylor is a sophomore from Long Island, NY who plans to concentrate in Comparative Literature and pursue a certificate in Translation & Intercultural Communication. As Co-President of Programming, she plans and oversees PWMP's events, serves as a liaison between the program and the administration, and is involved in the organization's rebranding efforts for the 2016-2017 term. A member of PWMP since freshman fall, she is thrilled to serve the legions of incredibly intelligent, endlessly inspiring women she has met so far on campus. She ardently believes in forging meaningful connections with others, and encourages all to engage in the discussion, sharing, and self-reflection that PWMP engenders. Outside of the Women*s Center, Taylor freelances for off-campus publications, is a docent at the Art Museum, works part-time at a local publishing house, and is currently conducting research and co-authoring a paper with her professor. She enjoys making stained glass windows, running, and hiking her favorite trail back home at Cold Spring Harbor. She is always eager to talk about languages, the poetry of Anne Carson, and Frasier (preferably over coffee at Small World)!
Aleksandra Cvetkovic '18 - Vice President of Membership & Recruitment
Aleks is a junior from Jenkintown, PA, majoring in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Since she attended an intersession retreat with PWMP in her freshman year, Aleks has been involved with the program as a way to develop friendships and partake in meaningful discussions surrounding feminist issues. As Vice President of Membership & Recruitment, she will be responsible for looking for new ways to engage with and expand PWMP’s membership. On campus, Aleks is a Fellow at the Writing Center; the president of SpeakOut, a student organization dedicated to consent activism; sustainability chair to her eating club, Terrace; and an EcoRep, an intern for the Office of Sustainability. Aleks loves making crafts, thrift shopping, and browsing memes.
Paige Amormino '19 - Vice President, Media & Communications
Paige is a sophomore from Windsor, CA who is majoring in Psychology. As Vice President of Media & Communications, she looks forward to up-keeping and improving PWMP’s website and social media. Paige looks forward to strengthening PWMP’s online presence and would love to hear any ideas you have. Outside of PWMP, Paige is also in SHARE, El Centro, and 1080p, Princeton’s photo and video journalism group. She looks forward to a great year and can’t wait to engage further with the supportive community that PWMP provides.
Charlotte Notaras '19 - Executive Committee, Events Planning
Charlotte is a sophomore from Los Angeles, CA. She is planning to concentrate in Psychology. As part of the Executive Events Planning Committee, Charlotte helps to coordinate study breaks to unite the members of PWMP. She is passionate about PWMP because it is a space that brings women together to talk about anything from feminist issues to favorite TV shows and because it promotes female leadership on Princeton's campus. Charlotte is also an OA leader, social chair of the Archery Team, and always excited to try out something new! Her hobbies include crafting and any outdoor activity such as hiking, kayaking, or swimming.
Fall 2015-Fall 2016 Leadership Team
Nadia Diamond '17 - Co-President, Pods
Nadia is a junior originally from San Francisco, CA who is concentrating in History and pursuing a Theater certificate. She has loved being a part of PWMP over the past two years and is excited to become the Co-President of Pods, where she will further develop the structure of pods and partnerships with faculty mentors. When not talking about women's empowerment, Nadia is an actor in various campus groups and Department of Theater productions, a member of Naacho South Asian Dance Company, and a Learning Consultant at the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning. She loves to read, sleep, and eat dessert first.
Emily Kraeck '17 - Co-President, Programming
Emily is a junior from Yardley, PA concentrating in History and pursuing a certificate in Gender and Sexuality Studies. As Co-President of Programming, Emily serves as a liaison between the program and administration, envisions and plans events, and strives to support the organization’s mission, leadership, and membership. Encouraged by pod members to pursue a leadership position within PWMP, she loves the Princeton Women's Mentorship Program for the discussions, relationships, and campus culture it inspires. Outside of PWMP, Emily serves as a SHARE Peer, Community Action leader, and Community House tutor; makes and sells chocolate with the Institute of Chocolate Studies; and works an off-campus job at her favorite place on earth, the bent spoon. She enjoys satire, photography, food blogs, and music festivals.
Adriana Rubertone '18 - Vice President, Pods
Adriana is a sophomore from Glen Head, NY who plans to major in sociology. As Vice President of Pods, she is responsible for working to construct the weekly leadership discussion prompts and making the Pod Program as meaningful and enjoyable as possible for pod members. Adriana is a strong believer in the power that the Pod Program has in fostering relationships between women and advancing women’s leadership. Aside from PWMP, Adriana plays the oboe in the Wind Ensemble, and she serves as a student activist coordinator for Amnesty International USA. Her hobbies include doing makeup and eating pasta.
Aparna Raghu '18 - Vice President, Programming
Aparna is a sophomore from Short Hills, NJ who will likely study Molecular Biology, Global Health, and Gender and Sexuality Studies. As the Vice President of Programming, Aparna is responsible for helping plan and organize events. Inspired to apply to this position by her experiences during the annual PWMP intersession retreat, Aparna appreciates the Princeton Women’s Mentorship Program for its emphasis on forging meaningful relationships with other women, while using self-reflection to better understand one’s own role as a leader. On campus, Aparna is a Writing Center Fellow, an alto in the Glee Club, and a member of the climbing team. She loves everything related to food, whether this involves discussing vegetarianism with friends, crafting rotis with her sister, or figuring out all the possible ways to enjoy the glorious sweet potato.
Isabella Lloyd-Damnjanovic '17 - Vice President, Membership
Isabella is a junior from Los Angeles, CA studying sociology and pursuing the Values in Public Life certificate. She is passionate about social justice, and almost as passionate about finding the perfect taco. On campus, Isabella is a Fellow at the Writing Center and a member of the Princeton Perspective Project student advisory board. She believes that PWMP is singularly valuable because it is the only resource at Princeton that allows women to engage with other women on issues they care about in both intimate and open contexts, develop themselves as mentors, leaders and individuals, and establish a strong and supportive network with both fellow students and faculty. As Vice President of Membership, Isabella is responsible for managing program branding and language to best communicate the program's mission and vision, as well as developing and implementing the program's recruitment efforts.
Fall 2014-Fall 2015 Leadership Team
Elizabeth Dolan '16 - Co-President, Pods
Elizabeth is a senior from Greenwich, CT majoring in Classics. As Co-President of Pods, Elizabeth is responsible for developing the pod program including organizing new ways for pod members to get to know one another and also connecting student pod participants with faculty mentors. Elizabeth joined PWMP because she believes it is so important to have a group of people on campus to turn to for advice and guidance on a diverse set of issues. On campus, Elizabeth is a member of the USG Academics Committee, a copy editor for the Prince, and a member of the Club Field Hockey team. She loves Small World, the Yankees and anything with chocolate.
Olivia Robbins '16 - Co-President, Programming
Olivia is a senior from Wilmette, IL who is a proud English major and is working towards a certificate in European Cultural Studies. As Co-President of Programming, she is the liaison between the program and the administration, helping to champion the vision of the program and support the rest of the leadership team. Olivia believes in the power of leadership by example. Therefore, she feels extremely honored to meet and observe inspiring women in action through PWMP. Olivia is also passionate about her roles as co-chair for the Pace Council for Civic Values, member of the Behrman Undergraduate Society of Fellows, and co-teacher of a philosophy course at a nearby correctional facility. She is always grateful for the powers of tea, yoga, and poetry.
Emily Kraeck '17 - Vice President, Programming
Emily is a junior from Yardley, PA who plans to study history and gender studies. As Vice President of Programming, Emily is involved in envisioning and planning events, maintaining the program's calendar, and drafting event invitations and updates. Encouraged by pod members to apply for this position, she loves the Princeton Women's Mentorship Program for the discussions, relationships, and actions it inspires. In addition to participating in the PWMP, Emily volunteers at the Community House, makes chocolate with the Institute of Chocolate Studies, and works an off-campus job at her favorite place on earth, the bent spoon. She enjoys satire, photography, and Pixar movies, follows an ever-growing number of food blogs, and is always looking to discover new music.
Isabella Lloyd-Damnjanovic '17 - Vice President, Media & Communications
Isabella is a junior from Los Angeles, CA studying sociology and pursuing the Values in Public Life certificate. She is passionate about social justice, and almost as passionate about finding the perfect taco. On campus, Isabella is a Fellow at the Writing Center and a member of the Princeton Perspective Project student advisory board. She believes that PWMP is singularly valuable because it is the only resource at Princeton that allows women to engage with other women on issues they care about in both intimate and open contexts, develop themselves as mentors, leaders and individuals, and establish a strong and supportive network with both fellow students and faculty. As Vice President of Media and Communications, Isabella is responsible for spearheading our publicity strategy, updating the PWMP website, documenting and recording programming, and archiving materials to preserve institutional memory.
Sophie Wang '16 - Vice President, Pods
Sophie is a senior from Palo Alto, CA, studying Molecular Biology. As Vice President of Pods she composes weekly leadership discussion prompts with Elizabeth, builds relationships between students and faculty mentors through the pod program, and proposes strategies for recruitment. She loves the Pod Program for the tea, the reflection, the good conversations, and the community that it creates. On campus, Sophie is learning to cook and bake in the Brown Co-op, and encourages honest conversations on campus regarding setbacks through the Princeton Perspective Project. She also loves getting off campus once a week for the Merwick Center book and film club to share her latest discoveries.
Fall 2013 - Fall 2014
Carolyn Yang '15 - Co-President, Programming
Carolyn is a senior from Los Altos, CA. As Co-President of the program, she is the liaison between the program and the administration, helping to champion the vision of the program and support the rest of the leadership team. When she’s not holed up working in Firestone, Carolyn loves having heart-to-heart conversations in Small World, discovering new restaurants, and hosting late night tea sessions in her room. On campus, she is a member of the Priorities Committee, the Advisory Committee on Women’s Leadership, co-chair of the USG Projects Board, and a writer for The Stripes.
Isabelle Laurenzi '15 - Co-President, Pods
Isabelle is a senior from Mountain Lakes, NJ who studies philosophy and literature in the Religion Department. As Co-President, Isabelle is responsible for organizing pods, being a point person for pod partners, composing weekly leadership discussion prompts with Kelly, and helping the leadership team with programming. In addition to her independent work in Religion, she is writing a collection of short stories to fulfill a Certificate in Creative Writing. On campus, Isabelle is also a SHARE peer, a Fellow at the Writing Center, and a member of the Edwards Arts & Humanities Collective. When she's not in class, you can usually find her writing and reading in Small World Coffee on Witherspoon Street.
Crissy Carano '15 - Vice President, Communications
Crissy is a senior from Palo Alto, CA, and seriously loves the Bay area, included but not limited to the perfect weather, the Giants, and hiking. She’s an EEB major and is working towards a Global Health certificate. As VP of Communications, she will be making sure all of you, as well as the greater Princeton community, know exactly what is going on with the program.
Kelly Lin Kremer '15 - Vice President, Programming
Kelly is a senior from Lawrenceville, NJ, majoring in economics. As VP of Programming, she is involved in planning great events that she hopes everyone in WMP will enjoy, composing weekly emails with Isabelle, archiving WMP information, and ordering awesome WMP t-shirts. Kelly loves to play familiar show tunes on the piano and is continually trying to catch up on all the good books she’s been missing out on. As co-president of Brown Co-op, she would be remiss if she did not confess to spending far too much time admiring the gorgeous photos on food blogs.