Meet the Wellesley College Alumnae Network

November 9, 2012

Wellesley Women Share Their Stories of Connection, Support, and Confidence

grid of headshots from alumnae network

Personal stories illustrate why some call Wellesley's network of alumnae the most powerful women's network in the world.

This new website gathers (and will continue to compile) brief videos in which alumnae recall connections they've made with other Wellesley women in the course of their careers. As Betsy Wood Knapp '64 says, "I can't underestimate the power of the connections that are made through Wellesley, through this network."

Anjum Asharia '10 brings a recent grad's perspective: "Wellesley alums have been amazing advocates of the work I do," but adds that it's gratifying to be able to offer help to others even as a younger alum, with insight into her industry or city.

Click through the site and meet some remarkable women.

 




IN THE HEADLINES

 

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From “helicopter parenting” to letting children go alone to the park, private parenting gets public scrutiny. 

 

OUR EXPERTS

A recent book by Wellesley sociology professor Markella Rutherford examines private freedom and public constraints for parents and children in the United States.

 

 

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Communications & Public Affairs
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Wellesley, MA 02481

 

Email or 781.283.2373

 

Media Relations

Wellesley College
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Wellesley, MA 02481


Sofiya Cabalquinto, director of news and media relations
Anne Yu, associate director of news and media relations

 

Journalists contact: Email or 781.283.3321




 

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