Meredith Murray has been named the director of development and
communications for the Princeton-Blairstown Center.
She will oversee a broad range of fundraising initiatives and public information activities for the promotion and advancement of
the Princeton-Blairstown Center’s mission to serve young people.
Murray has more than twenty years of development experience. Previously she spent eight years with Peddie School, where she served as director of parent relations and stewardship, and taught community life to 9th and 10th grade
students. Prior to her work at Peddie, she worked as a development consultant and served in roles in major and annual giving for The College of New Jersey, The Lawrenceville School, and Princeton University.
Murray holds a bachelor’s degree in m communication and political science from Lycoming College and a master’s degree in counseling and personnel services from The College of New Jersey.
The Princeton-Blairstown Center works to transform the lives of vulnerable young people through adventure-based programming in schools and at the nonprofit’s outdoor campus.
What began in 1908 as a summer camp run by Princeton University students to give inner-city boys an opportunity to have a character-building experience has evolved into a wide variety of year-round
youth development programs serving more than 5,200 students from the Mid-Atlantic States.