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WCAB Annual Meeting - Summer 2021

WCAB's 2021 Annual Meeting will take place Thursday, June 24th. Following our annual report and voting in our new slate of officers, we will have four alums participate in lightning talks to engage our audience in four fascinating topics! WCAB is thrilled to offer this program virtually via Zoom and invite all alums to attend. 

When:   Thursday, June 24, 2021, 6:00–7:30 pm ET
Where:  Virtual Program, Zoom Link will be sent to you after you RSVP
Cost:     Free, RSVP required


Apply to serve on the WCAB Board!

Please apply by June 14th, 2021 and SAVE THE DATE: June 24th at 6pm for our Annual Meeting where we'll present the slate.

Apply here!

Open positions for the 2021-2023 term include:

1. President
2. VP
3. Communications Co-Chair
4. Website Coordinator
5. Membership Co-Chair
6. Admissions Co-Chair 
--- Opportunities for Admissions Committee

community conversations for caregivers event poster

Sunday, April 11th, 3-4pm EST on Zoom

Please join us for a virtual hour of community support for caregivers. From caring for children, partners, aging family members and more we’ll connect informally to commiserate, share resources and coping tips. This interactive session will be facilitated by Quiana Agbai ‘02, mom to a 6 year old and 10 year old.

RSVP here or email us with your name and class year:

art in bloom example, floral arrangement in front of The Diver painting

Sunday, May 2, 1:00pm-2:00pm EST on Zoom

WCAB is thrilled to provide this virtual programming and bring some joy from the MFA to Wellesley alums. 

This event will be a live, interactive one-hour presentation about the art and flowers with a Q&A at the end. Presented by a team of art and floral guides, the tour features nine works from the MFA collection with a floral design inspired by the art, created by local volunteer garden clubs. We hope this tour brings the Art in Bloom you know and love right to you, wherever you are.

The MFA limits their online Zoom tours to 96 participants and does not record their events. Because of these limitations, if you are no longer able to join us, please email as soon as you can in case we have a waitlist!

RSVP here! Space is limited! 

WCAB presents: Springtime Re-charge Workshop with Sam Tackeff '08

Springtime Re-charge Workshop with Sam Tackeff '08

Tuesday, May 4th, 6:30 - 8pm ET on Zoom. 

Free and open to all alums.

RSVP here to get the Zoom link or email your name and class year to

Please join us for 90 minutes of Spring re-charge! 

Use this time to set intentions and start the new season fresh. This is an interactive workshop includes some practical productivity and systems tips to help you live with more ease, identify personal values and priorities for your time, create a “No” list, and find more Joy in the every day. 


Personal Branding for a New World with Alina Mihai

May 5, 2021, 6:30pm - 8:00pm EST

RSVP here!

Online, wherever you are, and free!

Join the WCAB Career Exchange in May for a conversation with Alina Mihai on the power of Personal Branding

Authors on Stage: Spring 2021

When: Wednesday, May 12, 2021, 12:00–1:00 pm ET
Where: Virtual Program, Zoom Webinar
Cost: $10.00, reservation required, ticket proceeds support the Wellesley College Library

Authors on Stage is delighted to continue our 40th anniversary celebration by offering our Spring 2021 program via Zoom Webinar. Three engaging authors—all with Wellesley connections—will tell us how they came to write their current books, with Lia Hunt Zylstra moderating. Please join us!