When Emmanuel Ebong first arrived in the US from Lagos, Nigeria in 1997, he felt like a pioneer. “We had no family, no community, and no support system when we arrived.

From Jamaica to NJ, Elizabeth found Princeton to be the perfect home. When visiting 20 years ago, Elizabeth said “While my mother drove, I looked around Nassau Street and I said to myself this is the... Read more

Yiu Yin Chan and Min Guiying are friends and enjoy gardening in the Community Garden where they have their own plots during the spring and summer months.

Marina Ahun Babaeva is a trained artist from her native Russia. She studied at the St. Petersburg Repin Art Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. She has worked as a graphic designer as... Read more
Chris and Anna Muflam and their three children now reside at Princeton Community Village (PCV), arriving in Princeton three years ago after securing a diversity visa for travel to the United States... Read more

Lois Craig was born in 1927 in a small house located at 1 Margerum Court in Princeton, NJ. Her mother and maternal grandmother were also natives to Princeton.

Frank and Veronica Chmiel and their three children have been at PCV for six years. Frank, a graduate of Princeton University, teaches history at Montgomery High School and Veronica is a nurse. The... Read more
Stephanie Nazario was just fourteen years old when she moved to PCV with her parents. Now twenty six years later she lives with her husband, Jim, and their three children in a townhouse on Red Oak... Read more

Danny Siegel has been a Griggs Farm resident since 1992 and is very grateful to be living in our Princeton community.

Houming Liu and his wife Lian Ying Yang have been at Elm Court for over three years. They migrated from China to be closer to their grown children.