Evangeline Kubu

Director
Phone: 
609-258-8436
Email Address: 
ekubu@princeton.edu
Office Location: 
36 University Place, Suite 200

Evangeline “Eva” Kubu provides strategic vision and leadership in overseeing the execution of the career center's mission and ensuring a transformative career center experience for all students and alumni. Eva develops strategies to support organizational change and innovation while leading a cross-functional management team responsible for employer relations/outreach and strategic communications.

She is also actively involved in or has served on several University committees including the: Talent Brand Advisory Group, Campus Life Diversity & Inclusion Committee, University Social Media Steering Committee and Princeton Campus Communicators Network.

As a first-generation college graduate, Eva is committed to providing all students with support to ensure equitable access to meaningful opportunities.

Liaison to: Office of Public Affairs, Office of Communications. 

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

A fun fact about me is: I inherited my family’s ancestral home on the top of a volcano in Greece.

My favorite part of my job is: Building connections between students, alumni and employers.

An internship/experiential opportunity that helped shape my career path: I worked as a peer academic adviser in the dean’s office during college. This is where I became interested in the career services field because students would often ask me about the connection between majors and careers. I also worked full-time in commission sales for Shiseido cosmetics to pay for my college tuition. I received training in marketing, communication skills and image consulting—all skills I’ve used throughout my career.

The best single day on my calendar is: Commencement Day at Princeton is one of my favorite days of the year. I serve as a University marshal for this event and truly enjoy celebrating students’ accomplishments with their families. The day is both a day for reflection on how much they have grown and the relationships they’ve made here—and a time of exciting new beginnings.

I could give a 40-minute presentation with absolutely no preparation on: All things LinkedIn! How to use it for job seeking, networking, thought-leadership and professional development.