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Class of 2002

2022 Reunion Campaign Report

See how you and your classmates made a difference with your 20th reunion campaign

2002 class diamond

The 2022 class reunion campaigns have wrapped up, and we’ve tallied the results!

373 members of the Class of 2002 gave gifts and pledges to support undergraduate education, financial aid, groundbreaking research, and so much more.

We can’t thank you enough for your generosity and commitment. Your gift is supporting those who are learning, researching, and helping Stanford drive positive change in the world.

Committee Member and Volunteers

A special thank you to the Class of 2002 reunion campaign committee:


Craig Albrecht
Katie Norman Chang
Tai-Li Chang
Thomas Liu
Sean McIntosh
Samantha Miller
Nisha Kacholia Somani
Russell Valdez


April Dana Anderson
Bi Awosika
Avin Bansal
LaKesha Brooks
Simona Campbell
Vivian Lam Coates
Dayna Cobarrubias
Elsa Walther-Meade Collins
Susan Edwards
Maureen Fan
Matthew Garr
Ken Horne
Kathy Huang
Ivy Lee-Keltner
Jeffrey Keltner
Aditya Koolwal
Anne Larsson
Katie Leonberger
Maura Marino
Mamta Mehta
Christopher Montgomery

Camille McCormick Moore
Alisha Moreland-Capuia
Brandon Paulson
Alan Resnikoff
Molly Pietsch Ring
Seth Ring
Adam Scholze
Allegra Echeverria Scholze
Anthony Shih
Nikki Sickles
Audrey Droesch Symes
Jennifer Park Szeto
Tiffany Renee Thomas
Anna Linderum Thomsen
Samantha Vargas Poppe
Lee Wang

Class of 2002 reunion campaign results

On behalf of Stanford and the class giving team we gratefully acknowledge alumni who have made a gift or pledge to Stanford in honor of reunion. 

These figures include gifts and pledges made between January 1, 2022, and December 31, 2022, as well as some extraordinary gifts given in support of reunion outside the calendar year.

Class of ’02, congratulations on surpassing both of your dollar goals!


dollars raised
($3 million goal)


gifts through The Stanford Fund
($1 million goal)


class participation

373 donors

added to class honor rolls

Why I gave

My first gift to Stanford was right after I graduated. The amount didn’t matter—it just felt right to support my alma mater. Generations of alumni have made Stanford possible for so many students, and it's important that we continue this tradition to help coming generations.

Tai-Li Chang, ’02

Tai Li Chang

Stanford positively impacted my life in so many ways, from lifelong friendships to countless open doors. Having had those experiences, it’s important that I give back so that future generations have opportunities to benefit in the way that I did.

Katie Chang, ’02

Katie Chang