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PTS Alum Association Executive Council
AAEC Regional Representative Position Description
Map of AAEC Regions and Representatives
Region 1: Scott Herr
Region 2: Michael Lindvall
Region 3: Open
Region 4: Donna Marsh
Region 5: Peter Henry
Region 6: Margaret Grun Kibben
Region 7: Mark DeVries
Region 8: Open
Region 9: Sarah Sarchet Butter
Region 10: Larry Coulter
Region 11: Chris Lenocker
Region 12: Adam Neder
At-Large: Chip Hardwick
At-Large: Anna Whitehead Kent
PTS Alumni/ae Association Executive Council

Princeton Theological Seminary, with its rich tradition and heritage, provides leadership for the Presbyterian Church (USA) and for the ecumenical church worldwide. One of the ways the Seminary continues to thrive is through the gifts and ministry of the alumni/ae and the Alumni/ae Association Executive Council (AAEC) that represents them.

The general purposes of the AAEC are:

to strengthen alumni/ae identity with, and build support for, the Seminary; to act as a communication liaison between the Seminary and its alumni/ae; and to build a sense of community among the alumni/ae, especially through the activities of reunion and off-campus gatherings.

Alumni/ae provide support to the Seminary in two important ways: first, is providing financial support through contributions to the Annual Fund and to special projects, and in planned gifts that provide a legacy for future generations of students; second, in introducing prospective students and friends to Princeton Seminary.

The AAEC supports alumni/ae as a resource to them, keeping in contact with and praying for them. Through reunion and other gatherings, a place of respite is provided, allowing alumni/ae to recharge their ministry batteries and engage with our faculty in the practice of ministry, thus helping alumni/ae be more effective servants of Jesus Christ.

Fifteen PTS alumni/ae serve on the Alumni/ae Association Executive Council. The council represents alumni/ae in thirteen regions of the United States and internationally, and includes two at-large positions.

The council meets on campus once a year in October during reunion, and monthly by conference call. We urge you to be in touch with your representative about the ways you can support the Seminary, reunion activities, and the life, growth, and mission of Princeton Seminary.