Videos of previous general session addresses are included in this section.
Princeton Community Works 2019 – Passion, Inclusion, Teamwork and Best Practice Shape the Annual Princeton Community Works Conference for Nonprofits – Two-time Olympian, and gold medalist World Champion in rowing and Senior Associate Director of Development at Princeton University Kevin M. Cotter gave the keynote address. Cotter shared lessons learned from his experience leading the Young Alumni Annual Giving effort at Princeton since 1997. During the past 15 years, Princeton’s youngest classes have had the highest participation rate of any university in the country. This video was recorded on Monday, January 28, 2019.
Enjoy again Marge Smith’s introduction and presentation at the 2019 event.
Princeton Community Works 2018 – The video below features Marge Smith, founder and chair, Princeton Community Works and the keynote presentation at the Princeton Community Works conference by Dr. Randal Pinkett, entrepreneur, innovator and community builder.
The theme for the conference was Accentuate the Positive! Nonprofits and volunteers gathered for a wonderful networking and educational conference in January 2018.
Princeton Community Works 2017 – Princeton Community Works 2017’s opening session at its annual conference for volunteer groups, nonprofits, boards, staff and volunteers. This year’s keynote speaker was D.A. Graham, Principal Consultant, DNA Consulting LLC. Dr. D. A. Graham is the founding/principal managing consultant of DNA Consulting, LLC. and is the former university ombudsperson for Princeton University.
Princeton Community Works 2016 – The Princeton Community Works Conference of 2016 General Session featured the A capella group Tickled Pink from the West Windsor-Plainsboro High School to demonstrate the principles needed to work in harmony.
In the opening session at Princeton Community Works in 2014, the Clown Academy clowns demonstrate the skills needed to run an effective non-profit.
In the Princeton Community Works opening session of 2012, the Princeton High School Orchestra demonstrates how each musician plays a part in making a musical selection come together.
In the 2010 Princeton Community Works opening session, the Step Team of Nottingham High School demonstrates the basic steps needed for an organization to be successful.
Princeton Community Works honors all cultures and traditions. At Princeton Community Works 2009, the opening session focused on the Chinese tradition of celebrating the New Year.