Lisa Jacknow spent years working in national and local news in and around New York City before moving to Princeton. Working as both a TV producer and news reporter, Lisa came to this area to focus on the local news of Mercer County at WZBN-TV. In recent years, she got immersed in the Princeton community by serving leadership roles at local schools in addition to volunteering for other local non-profits. In her free time, Lisa loves to spend time with her family, play tennis, sing and play the piano. A graduate of the S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, Lisa was raised just north of Boston, Massachusetts but has lived in the tri-state area since college. She is excited to be Editor and head writer for Princeton Perspectives!
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The Pulse of Princeton:
What aspect of Princeton’s international culture is most meaningful to you?
Did You Know?
- 1,200 Afghan refugees came to New Jersey in the aftermath of the US pullout
- More than 30% of the foreign-born population living in Princeton comes from Europe
- All school districts in New Jersey are required to have world language programs
- The NJ Dept. of Education cites Princeton Public School's Spanish/English immersion program as one to model
In This Issue
- Editor’s Note
- Pulse of Princeton: What aspect of Princeton’s international culture is most meaningful to you?
- Living the American Dream Right Here in Princeton
- One Family’s Story of Coming to Princeton, for Good
- Local Immersion Schools Offer Much More than a Bilingual Education
- How Princeton Helps Adults Learn the English Language