Preeti Chemiti


Preeti Chemiti ’23, from Fargo, North Dakota, is concentrating in the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs and pursuing certificates in history and the practice of diplomacy and values and public life. Chemiti is interested in supporting communities through public policy initiatives and working to ensure that marginalized groups have equitable access to resources. In the midst of Covid-19, Mind Matters has received over 3,800 downloads in dozens of academic institutions. Concurrently, she was named a Whig-Clio Fellow and interned at the nonprofit organization We Vote as a political data intern to help citizens overcome systemic voting barriers in the 2020 presidential election.

On campus, Chemiti serves as a captain for Princeton Mock Trial, the founder and editor-in-chief of the Princeton Political Review, a peer academic advisor, and a student fellow at the Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding. Additionally, she is an undergraduate associate in the Program of Law and Public Affairs and a Pace Center Service Focus member. Chemiti is the 2021 Andrea Echikson ’80 and Tom A. Bernstein Scholar.

For her summer internship, Preeti works at the State Department, Bureau of Legislative Affairs.