Building a Place for History
Princess G. Hoagland, MBA, is a philanthropist who is committed to serving her community. Her focuses are socioeconomic, political, and racial justice and cultural and historic inclusion for our underserved population. She serves on the boards and committees of several nonprofit organizations including the Trent House Association (President); National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc.-Central New Jersey Chapter (Organizing Member/Public Policy & Advocacy Committee Lead); Association for the Study of African American Life and History-Carter G. Woodson Greater Trenton Chapter (Founding Member); National Association for the Advancement of Colored People-Trenton Chapter; New Jersey Association of Black Educators; League of Women Voters of Lawrence Township; Not in Our Town Princeton (Trustee/Past Chair); and Campaign to End the New Jim Crow-Greater Trenton. Ms. Hoagland is a life-long resident of Trenton, New Jersey, is married, has five adult children, and seven grandchildren. She is currently pursuing an EdD in Organizational Leadership at Stockton University.