The Hun School of Princeton has appointed alumna Lisa Marin as director of the Hun Fund.
Marin, a 1983 graduate of the Hun School, comes to the school’s advancement office from the Lawrenceville School, where she served for nearly a decade as associate director of alumni relations and The Lawrenceville Fund.
In addition to her fundraising experience, Marin, who attended Franklin & Marshall College and has a law degree from Rutgers, served as a lawyer for the State of New Jersey in several departments, including the governor’s office and the attorney general’s office.
Marin has been an active volunteer for the Hun School, chairing the alumni board’s Hun Fund committee, as well as chairing her 25th and 30th class reunions. Most recently she served as president of the alumni board.
“I’m thrilled to be part of the very strong advancement team that is helping The Hun School move forward on so many important initiatives,” Marin said. “I look forward to reconnecting with many old friends and classmates, and am honored to be offered this amazing opportunity to give back to Hun. It’s great to be home again.”
Marin, who lives in Titusville, enjoys tennis, Crossfit, reading and spending time with her three sons.