While all Peer Listeners remain anonymous throughout their time working with Nightline, we have four directors who serve as the public figures of our organization, coordinating Nightline’s recruitment of new listeners, publicizing our services, and integrating our work into the Princeton community. Our current directors are Naser Al-Fawakhiri (’22), Esther Levy (’22), Fatinah Albeez (’23), and Luke Bunday (’23).
A little bit about each of us:
Naser Al-Fawakhiri ’22 is a Psychology major from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, pursuing certificates in Neuroscience and Cognitive Sciences. Other than PPN, he plays trumpet and is a member of the Princeton Model United Nations Team. Naser was eager to join PPN in order to help fellow Princetonians navigate the complicated situations of Princeton life, whether they be large or small.
Esther Levy, ’22 is a Religion major from Brooklyn, N.Y. On campus, she copy edits for the Daily Princetonian, volunteers for CONTACT of Mercer County, and is on the Center for Jewish Life student board. Esther volunteers with PPN because she believes all students should know they are not alone and deserve to feel supported and safe, both on and off campus.
Fatinah Albeez ’23 is a Chemical and Biological Engineering major from Troy, Michigan, pursuing certificates in ‘Global Health & Health Policy’ and ‘Engineering Biology’. On campus, a few things she is involved in are Class Council, Community House, and Society for Women Engineers. Fatinah volunteers with PPN because she believes that all students in the Princeton community should feel supported by their peers and have access to a safe space to be heard and understood.
Luke Bunday ’23 is a Molecular Biology major from Minnetonka, Minnesota, pursuing a certificate in East Asian Studies. Outside of PPN, he is a member of the Princeton University Biological Sciences Society and the Asian American Student Association. Luke volunteers with PPN because he believes that students deserve a space where they can talk through their concerns peer-to-peer without fear of judgement.