Maureen Killeen joined the Department of Art & Archaeology in August 2018. As the manager of finance and administration, she reports to the department chair and is responsible for executing policy and managing the department's operations and finances. In addition to her role in art & archaeology, Maureen has served the University through her membership in the Academic Managers Group, serving on the AMG Steering Committee from 2011-14 and 2018-21 (co-chair from 2019-21). In 2017, she received Princeton University’s President’s Achievement Award.
Killeen has worked in higher education administration since 1998, with the exception of one year as a high school U.S. history teacher. At Princeton since 2004, Killeen has worked as the course offerings administrator in the Office of the Registrar, a program assistant in American Studies, program manager of the Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice, and the assistant director of the University Center for Human Values.
Killeen earned a B.A. in politics and international affairs from the University of Richmond and an M.A. in international relations from Seton Hall University.