About Us

The Princeton African Students Association is a non-exclusive society, open to people of all nationalities who are interested in the culture and affairs of Africa and its diaspora.

Objectives

  • To foster cultural and social ties with all peoples of African descent in and around the Princeton university community
  • To provide a forum for the discussion of issues and ideas pertaining to Africa and the African diaspora
  • To foster initiatives linking students to various organizations in Africa: public, private and academic with an eye for creating research, internship and fellowship opportunities.
  • To promote understanding, exchange, and cooperation between Akwaaba and other groups in and around the Princeton University community.
  • To work with the Princeton University Administration and the Program of African studies to promote Africa related issues.
  • To act as a community and support base for students of African descent and to serve as a resource or network for all people interested in Africa.
  • To encourage and support African students applying to Princeton University and to help incoming African students settle in the Princeton community.

Board Members

President: Dozie Agbim '18

Vice President: Chidinma Nwachukwu '19

Secretary: Ebun Olunuga '20

Treasurer: Kezia Otikorang '20

Events Chair: Chris Ratsimbazafy- Da Silva '19

Associate Events Chair: Jacob Berman '20

Freshmen Rep: Tomi Lawal '20

Everyone is welcome to all PASA events. We have many more events scheduled in the coming semester to build our community and organization.

Weekly Events

EVENT: PASA Board Meeting

WHERE: Frist Gallery

TIME: Fridays 7pm - 8pm

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