Debra Kate Tillinger ’04 was a “creative force” devoted to climate education
Former Board of Trustees chair Helene Lois Kaplan ’53 put the College front and center for more than 70 years
Beryl Benacerraf ’71 turned a perceived disability into an asset that helped countless pregnant people
Azita Raji ’83, a former trustee and the first Iranian-born U.S. ambassador, “led with kindness”
Longtime trustee Nancy A. Garvey ’71, who rose to top leadership positions at General Motors and AlliedSignal, blazed a trail for female executives
Linda López McAlister ’61, founder of a groundbreaking philosophy journal, put feminism front and center of the scholarly dialogue.
A tireless champion of social justice, Janet Axelrod ’73 advocated for progressive causes, effecting change within her community and in the worlds of philanthropy and tech
Myriam Sarachik ’54 overcame personal tragedy and professional setbacks to become the boundary-breaking physicist she is remembered as today
Putting pen to paper, art critic Barbara Rose ’57 shaped the way we understand postwar art
Pioneering journalist Betsy Wade ’51 broke barriers for women in news
Barbara Ann Rowan ’60 blazed a trail through the legal world and beyond
Remembering Patricia Warner ’49, a WWII spy and Congressional Gold Medal recipient
Fay Chew Matsuda ’71 dedicated her life to safeguarding the rich legacy of Chinese American immigrants.