Marge Smith: How is Princeton Community Works Different?
Marge Smith, founder of Princeton Community Works, and Community Builder speaks about the opportunities for nonprofits to connect with each other, build relationships and learn from each other.
Marge Smith: Exceptional Training for Non-Profits
What can one expect at Princeton Community Works? Marge Smith, founder of Princeton Community Works, and Community Builder speaks about the training and information provided at the conference and how it helps nonprofits do their work better!
Denise Daniels: Be prepared to learn!
We interviewed Denise Daniels, Director of Outreach and Volunteer Services, United Way of Greater Mercer County, about her experience with working on the Planning Committee planning and participating in Princeton Community Works. Watch the video and see what she thinks!
Ermine Smith: People Coming Together
We interviewed Ermine Smith, who is the 2019 Workshop Speaker Coordinator for Princeton Community Works. Ermine is a retired Director Team Leader of Finance from Pfizer, Inc. She has with over 30 years experience with GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer, where she held positions of increasing responsibility, from internal audit, to budgeting, forecasting, financial planning and analysis, as well as data and compliance management. She volunteers at “Dress for Success.”
Liz Williams: Why You Shouldn’t Miss PCW!
We interviewed Liz Williams. She has been a PCW volunteer for 7 years helping with Core conference committee as well as creating and running the onscreen visuals for the main conference session. Liz is dedicated to helping others and volunteers with Interfaith Caregivers of Greater Mercer County, Latin American Legal Defense, MADD Union/Middlesex Counties NYPD Auxiliary Police and Princeton YWCA Newcomers, and the Junior League of Greater Princeton.