If Tiger2Tiger had existed in 2002, Amanda Brandes would have developed a business model for a self-sustaining arts organization.
Justin "Judge" Anderson supports Tiger2Tiger because it will provide young Princeton alumni the chance to pursue their dreams right after Princeton.
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.
Sanjiv Bajaj would have used the Tiger2Tiger funds to open up a charity clinic in India.
Lindsay Wall would have spent a summer helping the Women's Foreign Policy Group to promote awareness of the struggles and persecution of females in Afghanistan.
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