Happy New Year, Alumnae! We are excited to announce the first on-campus NDWC retreat this summer: mark your calendars for Sunday, June 2 and read on for details about our inaugural retreat. All are welcome!
In this issue, breast cancer survivor and activist Brigid Greening '91 shares the story of how her experience inspired her to educate and empower other women (don't miss the essential information she provides); humor writer Kathleen Toohill '12 gives us a glimpse inside her creative process; and Campus Conversations profiles two business professors who talk about identifying mentors, why there are no longer pre-existing “rules” for women in business, and much more.
Plus, learn how to participate in our eighth Shared Reading Experience, be inspired by the Greater Sarasota NDWC group to try something new this year (they do everything from blanket drives to rum tastings!), and catch up on the accomplishments of your fellow alumnae.
Keep in touch - if you know an alumna, student, professor, or group that we should profile, please let me know!
Sarah Sobczak Hutchinson '06
NDWC Newsletter Editor
p.s. Get to know Theresa Davey '06, one of our newest Board members, in the profile below. We’ll be introducing each of our incoming NDWC Board members in newsletter editions to come.
Lived in Farley, majored in Anthropology and Italian. Now lives in New York City as a Physician Assistant specializing in Clinical Research in Lymphoma.
Class: Italian Theater Project
Place on campus: Main Building
Study spot: Nooks with a view on the upper floors of the Library
How you got involved with NDWC: I helped start the Jacksonville group, then moved to New York and became involved in the NYC group.
Current NDWC role: Regional Director, East