While all Nightline Peer Listeners remain anonymous throughout their time working on the phone lines, 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 Suin Jeong (’19), DaeHee Lee (’20), Michelle Min (’20), and Yoni Schoenberg (’19).
A little bit about each of us:
Suin Jeong ’19 is a Computer Science major from Northern Virginia pursuing a certificate in Engineering Biology. On campus, Suin is a member of the Mental Health Initiative board, Princeton Pianist Ensemble, Manna Christian Fellowship, Princeton for North Korean Human Rights, and Innovation Projects Team. Suin is also a volunteer for CONTACT, a suicide prevention lifeline, and Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center. She became a Princeton Peer Nightline co-director because she believes that PPN provides a useful and necessary service to Princeton students, and she wants to help continue this important work for the upcoming year!
DaeHee Lee ’20 is a Molecular Biology major from Palisades Park, NJ pursuing a certificate in Neuroscience. On campus, DaeHee is a volunteer in the ER Department for the University Princeton Medical Center, a senior columnist for the Daily Princetonian, a volunteer for CONTACT, a suicide hotline, and a member of the Red Cross serving Northern Jersey. DaeHee became a PPN co-director because he thinks it is a great way to serve the student body here at Princeton, and is excited to facilitate these communications on campus!
Michelle Min, ’20 is a Linguistics major from Southern California pursuing a certificate in Cognitive Science. On campus, she is also a board member of the Princeton Projective Project, a learning strategies consultant at the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, and an officer for Princeton’s American Sign Language club. Michelle became a PPN leader because she believes that it fulfills an important need, on a campus where people can feel inadequate, alone, and unheard. She wants to focus building the community of volunteers around this shared purpose in order to provide the best service for other students!
Yoni Schoenberg ’19 is a Molecular Biology major from the Boston suburbs pursuing a certificate in computer science. On campus, Yoni is a peer academic advisor, is involved with the Center for Jewish Life, and thinks a lot about his future. Yoni became a Princeton Peer Nightline co-director because he believes that it has a lot of room to grow, and he is excited about helping develop PPN for the upcoming year.