It was fantastic to see some familiar Keller faces in the recent announcement of the 2024 Spirit of Princeton Award winners.

Among the eight winners was Archika Dogra, who served as the president of the Entrepreneurship Club. Dogra worked closely with the Keller entrepreneurial staff and faculty to serve the growing number of student innovators on campus.

Also on the list was Hailey Mead, who recently completed her Certificate in Entrepreneurship (similar to a minor in other higher education institutions) and is the founder of Princeton Pictures, a student-run film production company

Mead’s faculty advisor, Chris MacPherson, had this to say, “Hailey’s drive and commitment in founding Princeton Pictures is a testament to her deep understanding of the entrepreneurial principles needed to create a functional organization. Her practicum went beyond the exercise of applying her ENT courses to an experience; I believe she has created a lasting community of filmmakers on campus.”

We are proud to see our students applying their skills and knowledge to impact our campus community.

The Spirit of Princeton Award recognizes those who have demonstrated a strong commitment to the undergraduate experience through dedicated efforts in student organizations, athletics, community service, religious life, residential life, and the arts.