Beth Weiskopf

Program Administrator (she/her/hers)

Beth was born and raised in Rockland County, New York, and holds a bachelor of arts in sociology from SUNY Albany. She has a wealth of administrative experience, having previously served as an administrative assistant at two paralegal schools. She is the glue that holds our programs together, and her administrative expertise ensures that participants are informed and updated, staff are provided with excellent support and assistance, calendars and activities are structured, and building rentals are organized. Beth has come to be known as the voice on the other side of the phone at the Center for Modern Aging Princeton (CMAP), providing outstanding customer service and support for all. Beth can also be found traveling and spending time with her family – or in the crowd at major rock-and-roll concerts. At one time in her life, Beth aspired to be a radio DJ as her love for music blossomed over the years. The mission of CMAP, providing meaningful services to enrich the lives of older adults, aligns with Beths desire to help others, which brings her great joy. Beth hopes to spend her retirement having fun and relaxing, and would tell her future self, “You earned it, now enjoy it!”