While there are many individuals that assist the CS-ICC in accomplishing the goals of its members, Lisa Schmucki and Erin Metro have gone above and beyond by serving as advisors to the CS-ICC. Lisa was the individual that first brought the CS-ICC together, and has been with the group every step of the way since its formation. Erin Metro, through her position at the Office of Community and Regional Affairs, is able to advise us on our relationship with both the University and Princeton township.

ADVISORS

LISA SCHMUCKI   Lisa Schmucki graduated from Princeton in 1974 and is a member of the Cap and Gown Club. She currently serves as as advisor to the Graduate Interclub Council (GICC). When she took on this advisory role in 2011, she wanted to help the Eating Club Community Service Chairs with their service projects and organized monthly dinners to help them work together more effectively. The monthly dinners are hosted by all 11 Eating Clubs and provide a forum for interclub collaboration for service and community projects. The first TruckFest in 2014 grew out of those dinner meetings, followed by the formation of the Community Service ICC (CS-ICC) in 2015. Lisa says, “When you plant a seed at Princeton, incredible things happen.” Lisa lives in the Princeton area and is the founder and CEO of  edWeb.net , an award-winning, professional learning network that helps educators connect and collaborate to improve teaching and learning worldwide.

LISA SCHMUCKI

Lisa Schmucki graduated from Princeton in 1974 and is a member of the Cap and Gown Club. She currently serves as as advisor to the Graduate Interclub Council (GICC). When she took on this advisory role in 2011, she wanted to help the Eating Club Community Service Chairs with their service projects and organized monthly dinners to help them work together more effectively. The monthly dinners are hosted by all 11 Eating Clubs and provide a forum for interclub collaboration for service and community projects. The first TruckFest in 2014 grew out of those dinner meetings, followed by the formation of the Community Service ICC (CS-ICC) in 2015. Lisa says, “When you plant a seed at Princeton, incredible things happen.” Lisa lives in the Princeton area and is the founder and CEO of edWeb.net, an award-winning, professional learning network that helps educators connect and collaborate to improve teaching and learning worldwide.

ERIN METRO   Erin Metro is the Associate Director for Community Relations in the Office of Community and Regional Affairs at Princeton University. Erin works closely with campus and community partners to provide service opportunities and initiatives as well as planning and implementing large events such as Community and Staff Day and Communiversity. Erin is a native of Seattle, Washington, and received her B.S. from the University of Washington.

ERIN METRO

Erin Metro is the Associate Director for Community Relations in the Office of Community and Regional Affairs at Princeton University. Erin works closely with campus and community partners to provide service opportunities and initiatives as well as planning and implementing large events such as Community and Staff Day and Communiversity. Erin is a native of Seattle, Washington, and received her B.S. from the University of Washington.