Sean MacIsaac contributes to Tiger2Tiger because he knows how much it would have helped him start his company after graduating.
If Tiger2Tiger had existed in 2002, Amanda Brandes would have developed a business model for a self-sustaining arts organization.
Jessica Roeder loves the program because of its multiplier effect. Money she puts in now will be lent up to four times before our 25th Reunion.
Joe Kochan would have loved the chance to talk to alums about possible tech startup ideas and to learn about just what it takes to get a new company off the ground.
If Shandon Quinn had received a Tiger2Tiger loan in 2002, he would have explored the creation of a youth basketball or swimming league in Cambodia.
Princeton University's Class of 2002 has begun a legacy
community service project to launch the Tiger2Tiger program, which will
enable graduating Princeton seniors to pursue inspiring projects with immediate relevance