Music Mentors

NameRachel M. Glodo


Second Year


B.A. Music, Yale University; M.M. Musicology, Northwestern University

About me:

Prior to studying at Princeton, I worked at the Yale School of Music. My research interests include Russian ballet, country/roots music, and music in higher education. I have been a foster parent of teenagers, and I am particularly interested in supporting young adults through periods of transition.

Other affiliations:
Chamber Choir, Early Music Princeton

How have I benefitted from mentorship?

As a young professional in administration, I benefited substantially from mentorship by my supervisor. Not only did he guide me through complex professional situations, he also empowered me to identify my values, develop my skills and interests, and cast a vision for my future career. He inspires my own dedication to supporting emerging leaders, especially young adults from underrepresented backgrounds.

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