Launched in 1998, the Women in Leadership (WIL) initiative strives to increase philanthropic leadership and volunteer service among alumnae of Princeton University.
Annual WIL members have the opportunity to reconnect with fellow alumnae and to inspire the next generation of women philanthropists. Members support the University with a gift of $5,000 or more annually ($2,500 or more for members of the Class of 2006 and younger) for any purpose they choose.
For more information, please contact Alexis Alcantara Brock at 609.258.5955.
2017 Women in Leadership Conference
THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 2017
Kimberly de los Santos
John C. Bogle ’51 and Burton G. Malkiel *64 Executive Director,
Pace Center for Civic Engagement
Reception and Dinner
The Rotunda, Chancellor Green
“Deciphering the Dark Matter of the Human Genome”
Director, Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative
Genomics and Anthony B. Evnin ’62 Professor in Genomics
FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 2017
Carl Fields Center for Equality
& Cultural Understanding | 58 Prospect
Registration and Breakfast
and Roundtable Discussions
Frances Winston Levy ’79
Chair, Women in Leadership
“Learning What Works in Education”
Jonathan Edwards Bicentennial Preceptor and
Assistant Professor of Economics and Public Affairs
11:15 A.M.–12:00 P.M.
“Keep the Damned Women Out”
Nancy Weiss Malkiel
Professor of History, Emeritus
“Diversity, Inclusion and Campus Climate”
Vice Provost for Institutional Equity and Diversity
Princeton University Art Museum,
Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment,
Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library
Schedule subject to change
Connect with the University
Interested in becoming involved as a volunteer on Princeton’s behalf? Below are some of the volunteer opportunities available at the University.
Annual Giving: Want to help your class boost fundraising participation? Assist at a telethon? Serve as a solicitor? Call Nat Howe at 609.258.5638 or email@example.com.
Alumni Council: The Alumni Council has a variety of committees that participate in all aspects of alumni and university life. Visit http://alumni.princeton.edu/volunteer/committees for more information.
Alumni Communities: Get involved with class activities, graduate alumni, your regional association, or alumni groups for black; Latino; gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender; and Asian American alumni. More information is available at: http://alumni.princeton.edu/communities.
Princeton Women’s Network: Princeton alumnae in New York; New England; Philadelphia; Washington, DC; Los Angeles; Northern California; Western Washington; Hong Kong; and Japan have their own groups that gather for fellowship and career networking. To find the Princeton Women's Network near you, visit: http://alumni.princeton.edu/communities/regions/pwn.
Career Services: The Alumni Careers Network connects alumni and students needing career advice with those willing to give it. Alumni can work with Princeton’s Office of Career Services to host a site visit at their business or other affiliated organization and serve on on-campus panels for current students. Visit https://careerservices.princeton.edu/alumni/partner-us for more information.
TigerNet: Princeton has a range of online discussion groups for alumni at http://alumni.princeton.edu/tigernet.
Unsure how you would like to be involved? Please contact Alexis Brock at 609.258.5955 and she will be happy to connect you with someone who can assist you.