Ọgọchukwu Ekwuabu ‘05

Meet our President!

I first joined the Princeton Club of Washington (PCW) around 2006. I grew my involvement with Princeton alumni activities in 2007 when I first volunteered to interview prospective students with the Alumni Schools Committee. Over the years, I have attended several PCW events and volunteer activities including, PCW's Adopt-A-Family Service Project, the Triangle Show, and volunteering at Miriam’s Kitchen. In late 2013/early 2014, I became the PCW membership chair and worked on boosting membership engagement, including through hosting the PCW Saint Patrick’s Day Member Appreciation Mixer. After I moved to south Florida in late 2014, I continued to stay engaged with the Alumni Schools Committee. Since I moved back to Washington, DC in 2018, I have been re-engaged with PCW as treasurer, and I am now excited to be involved as president.


At Princeton, I majored in Politics and received a certificate in African Studies.  I also did a semester abroad in Ecuador during my sophomore year. Right after graduating from Princeton, I went to law school where I received my J.D. from American University Washington College of Law. I have worked in a variety of areas of law, including representing survivors of domestic violence, serving as a court-appointed guardian ad litem, federal procurement law, protection and release of information, and employee and labor relations.