Class Notes

Courtesy of Wellesley College Archives


On Oct. 12, 1989, some 250 students, staff, and faculty marched through downtown Wellesley to protest the spray-painting of racist and anti-Semitic slogans around town.


Nancy Shaver ’68

Before Nancy Shaver ’68 was installed as mayor of St. Augustine, Fla., in 2014, she dedicated decades to building a career in business: running a Fortune 500 marketing company, working with startups, and treading a well-beaten path between airports and client sites as a management consultant…More

Karen Feldman ’89

Karen Feldman ’89 knows a few things. One: Working with low-income youth is her calling. Two: The conventional wisdom that low-income students cannot compete with the best in their age group is simply not true. “What I know for sure from 25 years of doing this work is that when young…More

Sylvana Sinha ’99

For 15 years, Sylvana Sinha ’99 has been “chasing impact” in her career in international development. The chase has taken the Virginia native and economics/philosophy major through a law degree at Columbia and a master’s degree at Harvard, to New York, where she practiced…More

In Memoriam

Tributes to Wellesley alumnae by family and friends.More