Candidates for Office in the Alumnae Association

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To be elected in the annual meeting of the Wellesley College Alumnae Association, which will be held digitally on Saturday, June 6, at 11 a.m. Watch for an email with more information.

President Elect, 2020–2021
President, 2021–2024

Laura Wood Cantopher ’84
Mount Pleasant, S.C.

Director, 2020–2022

Laura Sue Cohen D’Annunzio ’85
San Antonio, Texas

Director, 2020–2022

Amy Huang ’99
Washington, D.C.

Director, 2020–2022

Lauren Young Durbin ’99
Richmond, Va.

Young Alumnae Director, 2020–2023

Leilani Stacy ’18
Cambridge, Mass.

Treasurer/Secretary, 2020–2021

Margaret Loebl ’82

Term Renewal, Directors, 2020–2022

Dolores Arredondo ’95
Whittier, Calif.

Charlotte Hayes ’75
Washington, D.C.

Respectfully submitted,

2019–20 Nominating Committee

Martha McGowan Marlowe ’68, chair
Crystal Churchwell Evans ’07
Charlotte Hayes ’75
Stephanie Hsieh ’89
Sally Katz ’78
Shivani Kuckreja ’16
Margaret Loebl ’82
Amy Tsui Luke ’90

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