Tingle's investment firm is helping women and minority entrepreneurs gain access to capital and create jobs in their communities.
It is no secret to anyone who has stepped foot on Peddie's campus that our people define our school.
Those who are drawn to Peddie, both students and teachers, become a part of our community because they find energy and inspiration from one another. These relationships are sustained and enriched far beyond graduation day, and we continue to celebrate the myriad successes of our fellow alumni throughout the country and around the world. We invite you to explore these people and their stories.
The community at Peddie challenged me to become a better version of myself. It is because of this institution that I have made important strides towards being a better student, friend, and global citizen. Emma Becker '16
Brad Smith ’82 considers Princeton Lavender a labor of love.
Outstanding credentials and a Peddie connection helped Patrick Sandman ’07 land a clerkship with Judge Robert Kugler ’68.
He's 98 years old, but age hasn't stopped Ken Seyffer ’39 from being active in his community.
How did rock artist Matt Burr ’99 end up performing in a half-abandoned historic building in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico?
Her trip included a stop in Honduras, where Silvi and her father volunteered at a home for impoverished children.
The Peddie experience was so powerful for Terry Hensle, M.D. ’60 that his daughter and grandson are also part of the Peddie family.
As the president and CEO of American Forests, Jad Daley '86 is tackling some challenging environmental issues.
At 4 a.m. on January 9, 2018, a mudslide engulfed Napper Tandy's '95 house. Read his harrowing story.