Justin Ziegler

Justin Ziegler ‘16 is a co-founder of Princeton TruckFest. He is currently the Chief of Staff at Andela. Andela is solving the global technical talent shortage by catalyzing the growth of tech ecosystems across the African continent. As President of the Princeton Class of 2016, Justin founded Community House Big Sibs, which oversees the mentoring of elementary school students in Princeton. At commencement, he received the W. Sanderson Detwiler 1903 Prize, which is given to the senior who, in the judgement of the student’s classmates, has done the most for the class. A graduate of the Woodrow Wilson School with a certificate in African Studies, he graduated magna cum laude and received the African Studies Thesis Prize.


Austin Sanders

Austin Sanders was a psychology major at Princeton and graduated in 2014. She was the Community Service Chair of Cannon Dial Elm from 2013-2014 and served as the Co-Founder of TruckFest, raising over $21,000 in the first year. After graduating, Austin worked as a clinical research assistant at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. She is now in medical school at the University of Missouri.

Jennifer Liu

Jennifer Liu graduated from Princeton in 2016 and served on the CS-ICC as Head of Communications during her junior year and Co-Chair during her senior year. She co-organized the 3rd annual TruckFest, which raised over $25,000 that year. While at Princeton, Jennifer was a member of the Student Volunteers Council (SVC) board. She also co-founded LEAP (Learning Enrichment in the Arts Program), an SVC group that holds weekly art classes for underprivileged students in Trenton. Jennifer wrote her senior thesis on service learning at Ivy League and its impact on social awareness. She recently earned a Masters in Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and currently teaches 7th grade math in New York.

Cason Crane

Cason Crane was a History major at Princeton, graduating in 2017. He was the Community Service Chair of the Ivy Club from 2015-2017, and served as Co-Head of TruckFest 2016 and Chair of the CS-ICC from 2016-2017. During his two years in leadership, the CS-ICC inaugurated the annual Trick-or-Feed fundraiser and doubled the size of Princeton TruckFest, raising over $75,000 for charity in total. After graduating, Cason joined Bain & Company’s New York office as an associate consultant.

Rachel Margulies

Rachel Margulies was a Computer Science major at Princeton, graduating in 2016. She was the Tech & Community Service Chair at Cannon Dial Elm from 2015-2016. As part of the CS-ICC, she served as Head of Trucks for the 3rd Annual TruckFest in 2016. During her time on the CS-ICC, she and fellow officers introduced the first Trick-or-Feed, an event that raises both funds and awareness for the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen. She currently lives in San Fransisco and works at YouTube as a software engineer.