Young Alumnae Trustee Elected

A photo portrait of Tatiana Ivy Moise ’21 wearing a Wellesley T-shirt

Tatiana Ivy Moise ’21 was elected to serve as the Young Alumnae Trustee from 2022–2025, succeeding Amanda Hernandez ’18. While at Wellesley, Moise served as College Government president. She was also a member of Ethos and the Harambee Singers Choir, and she worked for The Wellesley Fund and in the Office of Admission. She currently lives in Los Angeles and works at When We All Vote. Moise says, “Since my graduation last June, I have grown to understand one thing to be absolutely true: When I stare at the life I have ahead of me, so much of it is only possible because I am part of the Wellesley community. There is no other existing institution I feel this strongly dedicated to, and indebted to. I am honored to serve in helping to guide Wellesley forward for the next three years and beyond.”

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