How Alumnae Engage Today

Illustration of the word "Engagement" with a starburst above it

As the WCAA headed into the holiday season, we looked back on the many ways that Wellesley alums connected with and supported the College and each other in the preceding year. “Two years of primarily virtual engagement presented new opportunities that we are excited to continue,” says Kathryn Harvey Mackintosh ’03, executive director of the Alumnae Association. “Programs like the virtual faculty speaker series connected alumnae across generations and geographies. We are also finding so much joy in connecting again in person on campus and around the world, thanks in large part to the efforts of our dedicated volunteers.”

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