By Jake Bright
Princeton in Africa (PIAF) held its annual benefit November 10 at the Desmond Tutu Center, presenting the Princeton in Africa Medal to Lauren Bush. Open to all colleges and universities in the US, PIAF offers year-long fellowships in Africa with a mission of developing leaders with a life long commitment to Africa. The gala evening included a cocktail and video presentation of PIAF’s work and fellows, followed by dinner and presentation of the PIAF Medal to Ms. Bush. She was selected for her work in Africa as Co-Founder of FEED Projects and with the World Food Programme.
Cocody Productions served up music for the evening as entertainment and promotional partner, which included a DJ set and plenty of dancing at the event’s after dinner junior party.
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