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Building the new SHEconomy

Please join us Thursday, June 23, for “Building the new SHEconomy,” a virtual panel featuring Hillary Rodham Clinton ’69 and Paula A. Johnson!

It took a global pandemic to introduce flexibility and balance to the workplace. The ability for some women to work from home initially presented itself as a boon to women who have struggled to find work-life balance for decades. But that flexibility hasn’t been enough to offset the economic toll the pandemic has taken on women in the workplace. Women’s participation in the labor force has plunged to its lowest level in decades. As employers reintroduce on-site work, women are forced to choose between giving up some of the balance they have gained by working from home and their caregiving responsibilities. Young women entering the workforce are facing the additional challenge of navigating the perception of in-person work as being more present while establishing their boundaries.

Presented by Economist Impact and sponsored by Wellesley College, this panel discussion convenes business leaders and policymakers to contemplate a new status quo that supports women in the workforce.

50th Reunion Begins June 5

Reunion Weekend Schedule

We are very excited about our 50th Reunion — here are details about the weekend.

Friday June 3. Reunion Begins!

CHECK-IN opens at 1 PM
•    Outside Shafer (our dorm for the weekend) - Covid vaccination cards will be checked and everyone will receive a badge and key card.
•    Inside Shafer - those staying in the dorm will receive room assignments.  The entire class will be given a record book and an elegant “ruby and diamond” tiara.


Click the image to read the schedule

The Economy She Deserves - Summit

April 1-2, 2022

On April 1 and 2, Wellesley College, together with Spelman College and the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership at King’s College London, will convene a virtual summit, The Economy She Deserves: Building an Agenda for a Women-Centered Recovery, funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

The summit will bring together researchers, policymakers, business leaders, and advocates from around the world to understand what drives gender-based economic inequality and to articulate a powerful agenda for building a future with women’s needs and aspirations at the center.

Confirmed speakers include Claudia Goldin, Harvard University; Jennifer Klein, White House Gender Policy Council; Heather Long, Washington Post; C. Nicole Mason, Institute for Women’s Policy Research; Gloria Perez, Women’s Foundation of Minnesota; and Betsey Stevenson, University of Michigan—with more to come.

Please visit the summit website to learn more and to register.

Languages of Love in the Asian American Family

Show or Tell?  Languages of Love in the Asian American Family
Tuesday, April 5, 10pm ET

Stephen Chen, Associate Professor of Psychology

The Wellesley College Alumnae Association brings Wellesley "home" to you with live virtual faculty lectures for alums. The online series will take place at varied times throughout the year to provide opportunities for our global alumnae population to take part. Recordings of past lectures are available to watch at any time. 

Register Online for this Zoom Webinar