woman posing for photoOur alumnae community got a little bigger and bolder with the graduation of the Class of 2019. These exceptional young women accomplished so much during their time as students, and I can’t wait to see all that they do as alumnae. Lately, I’ve been reflecting on how this upcoming year will be my last as your AABC president. I want to tell you the three key items I will focus on: increasing our Barnard Annual Fund participation rate (donate online at barnard.edu/gift), growing alumnae engagement and volunteer opportunities, and continuing our work as ambassadors for Barnard. There are exciting initiatives in the pipeline, and I look forward to sharing them as they come to fruition. In the meantime, I hope to see many of you at Barnard events this fall.

Jyoti Menon ’01, President, Alumnae Association of Barnard College

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Reunion Videos You can watch videos of select Reunion 2019 programs, as well as other recent events, on the alumnae website. These programs include the 2019 State of the College with President Beilock, AABC Awardee speeches, and more.
Watch at our.barnard.edu/eventarchive

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Ambassador Programs Are you a social media superstar looking to increase your involvement with the College? The Office of Development and Alumnae Relations will roll out a social media ambassador program this year. Email development@barnard.edu for more information.

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our.barnard.edu We may not be students anymore, but we still have an assignment from Barnard: Update your contact information on the alumnae website to ensure you don’t miss any College news or event invitations.
Visit our.barnard.edu/myprofile

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The Moth Storytelling Archive
We’re thrilled to announce the launch of The Moth at Barnard storytelling archive! Since 2006, generations of alumnae have shared Barnard memories live on stage during Reunion. Watch at our.barnard.edu/motharchive (log-in required)

Latest IssueWinter 2024

Award-winning music producer Ebonie Smith ’07, museum curators on objects of interest, a dance course brings students to the stage, and more!