Margaret Moore Miller ’80, whose career in alumni affairs and volunteer engagement at Princeton spans more than 20 years, will retire this summer. Miller’s roles at the University have included assistant vice president for alumni affairs, director of the Office of the Alumni Association, deputy vice president for volunteer engagement, and recording secretary.
In an interview with PAW, Miller said she was especially proud of her team’s role in planning and hosting affinity conferences for Black, Latino, Asian, Jewish, and LGBTQ+ alumni. She also was grateful for the opportunity to travel and meet Princetonians around the world, from new Bridge Year students to longtime alumni volunteers. “The lifelong connections that people form with the University and the intense love and loyalty to the University become more and more apparent with every year that goes by,” she said.