Alumni Focus

Alumni Focus
Last fall, William & Mary surveyed our community far and wide — students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents and friends — to seek feedback on ways to enhance its communications, including this magazine
Alumni Focus
There’s been so much in the news lately about the value of a college degree — especially with a liberal arts focus — in today’s world
By Anna Dinwiddie Hatfield ’96
President, W&M Alumni Association Board of Directors
Alumni Focus
If you came here, you belong here, and William & Mary is always ready to welcome you home.
By Anna Dinwiddie Hatfield ’96
President, W&M Alumni Association Board of Directors
Alumni Focus
When I began my term as president of the Alumni Association in July 2019, I couldn’t have imagined the changes the next two years would bring, even as our mission to deepen connections with each other and William & Mary remained the same
Alumni Focus
In recent years the WMAA has dramatically increased the opportunities for alumni and friends to connect with each other and with W&M.
By Alice Givens ’94
Chair, I-CARE committee, WMAA Board of Directors
Alumni Focus
The William & Mary Alumni House has always been a special and welcoming place when visiting campus.
Alumni Focus
This past fall, as I celebrated my 55th reunion, I took time to reflect on how my relationship with W&M has transformed and strengthened over the years.
By Carol E. Evans ’64
Chair, Olde Guarde Council
Alumni Focus
Alongside President Rowe's launch of university-wide strategic planning, the William & Mary Alumni Association (WMAA) has also begun its strategic planning process.
Alumni Focus
The Association of 1775 (Ao75) takes its name from the Revolutionary service of our student ancestors.
By Charles Bowery ’92
Colonel, U.S. Army, Retired; President, Association of 1775
Alumni Focus
Want more William & Mary in your life? I did, and I found answers in my involvement with my local alumni chapter.
By Kirsten Shiroma Quackenbush '05
Regional Engagement Committee Chair, Alumni Association Board of Directors
Alumni Focus
It's an exciting time at William & Mary!
By Marilyn Ward Midyette ’75
, Executive Director, William & Mary Alumni Association