Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton

The Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton (A4P) is an organization first created by students and young alumni in the late 1970s. We would like to invite you to join our efforts. We are an officially recognized affiliated group of the Alumni Association of Princeton University.

Mission. The mission of the Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton (A4P) is to support the community of Princeton alumni in advancing Asian-American and Asian issues in student life, university affairs, personal and professional development, and community service.

Governance. Currently, the organization has established a charter and bylaws and holds an annual meeting of its membership September of each year. We have a Board of Governors, which convenes monthly by phone and includes alumni from the Class of 1979 through the Class of 2011.

Membership. We welcome the participation of Asian Americans, Asians, and friends of our community. There are currently no membership dues, but we do have several active committees, including:

Standing Committees

  • Admissions and Recruitment
  • Career Development and Networking
  • Communications (Technology)
  • Community Service
  • Development
  • Membership
  • Memorabilia
  • Princetonians for Asian American Studies
  • Public Affairs
  • Reunions
  • Undergraduate Life and Academics

Regional Committees

  • Princeton Area
  • New York City
  • Boston
  • Philadelphia
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Chicago
  • Houston
  • Northern California
  • Southern California
  • Portland
  • Seattle
  • Hawaii
  • Taiwan
  • Japan
  • United Kingdom
  • (New Locations Welcome)

Ways to become more involved with A4P: Please check our website and e-newsletters for news and events updates. If you would like to be on our e-mail list for newsletters, please click on the "Join A4P" button on our home page. A4P also announces updates on the TigerNet discussion list: Asian-Alumni-Forum. To sign up for the discussion list, please visit TigerNet on the Alumni Association website.

If you would like to join a committee or learn more about our committees, please e-mail Doug Chin '83 at A4PSoCal@gmail.com. He will be happy to respond to any other inquiries. Please indicate your name, grad or undergrad alumnus, and class year.

We are excited about cultivating a vibrant community, and look forward to having you join us.


The Board of Governors of A4P
July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2017

  • Officers
  • Michael Chow '04, Co-Chair
  • Chris Loh '86 P17, Co-Chair
  • Douglas Chin '83, Vice Chair/Secretary
  • Kevin Wong '05 Treasurer
  • Governors
  • Mo Chen '80 P'11
  • Youngsuk Y.S. Chi '83 P11 P13
  • Pei-Ting S. Chou *05
  • Mokyou Hyun '97
  • Jenny Korn '96'
  • Vitus Lau '79
  • Nancy Lin '77 S76 P10
  • Alex Shih '11
  • Joyce Chen Shueh '96
  • Greg Wong '02
  • Debra Yu '86
  • Charles Zhang '13

Or sign in here if you're already a member.


To view additional photos of A4P events, please visit our image gallery section.


Reunions 2016
Saturday 9:00 AM

A4P Reunions Breakfast Panel: Asian American “Othering” and What to Do about It

Date: Sat., May 28th, 2016 Time: 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

President Chris Eisgruber '83 will be stopping by for a short time during the session.

Location: Chancellor Green, Rotunda

Please come a little before 9:00 a.m. to have breakfast and network. We have a full program: 9:00 a.m. - Award Presentations; 9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. – Panel discussion; till 11:00 a.m. -Networking.

Join a lively, interactive discussion with our speakers whose lived experiences and professional research address diverse facets of historical and contemporary Asian American community. Our expert panelists are: Jenny Ungbha Korn '96, UIC race and media scholar and founder of the Thai American Student Organization at Princeton University; Ellen Pao '91, Silicon Valley technology entrepreneur; and Professor John Kuo Wei Tchen, visiting professor at Princeton, historian and founder of the Asian/Pacific/American Studies Program & Institute at NYU and co-founder of the Museum of Chinese in America. Moderator: Evan Kratzer ’16, WWS concentrator and previously co-president of AASA and chair of its Asian American Studies Committee.

Our panelists will discuss how Asian Americans have been marginalized across wide areas of representation and how we may participate in diverse avenues for action to address processes of othering. We will engage audience members in the style of a town hall to consider Asian American community and activism. Please join us to catch up with old friends, meet new ones, and enjoy an East Asian and South Asian breakfast.

If you have any questions or would like to help out at event, please contact: a4ptiger@gmail.com


Administrative Note: Signing up with A4P via the "Join A4P" button records your name and information on a spreadsheet internal to the website, confidential and private. Unfortunately, you will receive no email feedback regarding your registration. I check about once a quarter and capture the names and bump them against the Tigernet database. If you are already in the database as being "A4P", no action required on your part. If you are not, I submit your name to Princeton University to be added, then you will receive the A4P email blasts in the future. Since we are moving web platforms to the new Tigernet, thank you for your patience as we transition over. -Doug '83. Questions? Email me at a4ptiger@gmail.com


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