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New Class Officers Elected at Quinquennial Class Meeting

May 6, 2022

Our Class meeting takes place every five years and this year our meeting was held online and prior to Reunion. A terrific turnout of classmates elected Class officers, enjoyed a special visit with President Paula Johnson, got a peek at an exciting trailer of the Class Record Video and watched Robyn Frey demonstrate how to make a Hummer, one of our 45 Reunion signature mock/cocktails (think peppermint fudge pie...)

The nominated Class officers introduced themselves briefly during the meeting and more in-depth introductions can be found below. This terrific slate of volunteers will serve five year terms beginning in July. Many thanks to Helen Kriz Marshall for her very successful work as our Nominating Chair.

Meet the Nominated Officers

President - Susan Jacobsen Stone: I’m excited to be part of the team of amazing classmates as we find more ways to keep exploring and growing towards our 50th reunion! I have remained an East-Coast girl since graduation and currently live in Marblehead, MA as an empty-nester with my husband Andy (retired attorney) and Poppy our Princess Cat. Daughter Hannah is a social worker near Boston, and step-son John is a lawyer in London. Both are married and John has blessed us with sweet baby George in October 2021. I am a recovering Wall Street banker and social worker. In spite of the memories you may have of me in Tower Court, I now run my own organizing and productivity business -- go figure!  It is an honor to serve as your President. We Baby Boomers are looking at a period of transitions, which makes this a perfect time to re-connect and stay connected.


Co-Vice President & Director of Program - Eva Moldovanyi: I look forward to having Wellesley even more "in the here and now" for the next five years as your VP. Born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, I owe my college experience to two high school teachers, who were Wellesley alumnae and who personified the Wellesley Effect!  Leaving Wellesley with a B.A. in Geology, I hired on with a Venezuelan oil company, launching a career in oil and gas. Despite the industry’s vicissitudes, my focus was always on worldwide exploration and development of oil and gas. The challenges were always stimulating, the personal growth immeasurable, and the opportunities for travel, immense. After completing my PhD, I settled in Houston, where I met my life-partner, Carole.  In 2017, we moved to Santa Fe, NM.  “Retired,” I now am General Manager of Susan’s Fine Wine and Spirits in Santa Fe, NM.  The segue from oil terroir to vine terroir should not be surprising. Current hobbies include photography, birdwatching and glass fusion.


Co-Vice President & Director of Program - Linda Coulombe Roybal: I’m looking forward to working with Eva Moldovanyi to build on the immensely successful Virtually Verdant programs developed by V.P. Susan Stone. Married summer 1976, raised three children, all with artistic inclinations, and enjoyed creating theatrical productions of “The Wizard of Oz” with the children in the neighborhood. When my husband headed the New Mexico Mining Association for five and a half years, I managed the office, which included planning the annual conventions. In 2009, my daughters and I started an audio and video production company. Three of our full-cast audiobooks garnered several recognitions including two Audie® Finalist awards by the Audio Publishers Association, two 1st places and a 2nd in the USA Best Book Awards. I had not been active with any Wellesley groups since graduation. Truth be told, I had not been active with Wellesley groups, save Mezcla, when I was in college, until 2018 when a mini reunion of our Wellesley class came to NM and brought a surprising, welcome addition to my life.


Treasurer - Robyn Frey: Our 50th Reunion will be our big one, and I look forward as Class Treasurer to managing our finances to help get us there. Our “Virtually Verdant” sessions have kept me sane during this pandemic, so I feel a strong need to give back. My ability to do this job is less based on Harvard Business School and my years in corporate marketing but more from my time as treasurer of the Wellesley Club of London (now Wellesley Club UK). Since Wellesley I’ve lived and traveled around the world, worked for large corporations and small non-profits, raised two kids, and cared for my mother the last years of her life. My husband’s auto company career brought us to Michigan, and we found we like living in the college town of Ann Arbor. Retired now, I’m active in community politics and work to welcome women from around the world to Ann Arbor.


Co-Secretary & Director of Communication - Mary Greene Horvath: I love to hear from our classmates  because I find inspiration in hearing their stories and appreciate the opportunity to connect with them. My husband Chas and I are empty nesters who live in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. My husband works as a director of engineering at Stratus Computer Technologies, where we first met over 34 years ago. Since then, I have worked as a technical writer, software engineer, and medical writer at several different companies in the Greater Boston area. I took 10 years off to take care of our children, and then went back to technical writing after dabbling with other possible ideas. Before working in high tech, I taught English and French in Connecticut upon graduating from Brown University’s M.A.T. program. Our sons 27 and 30 live in Southern California. Now, in retirement, I wonder what the next 20 years will bring.


Co-Secretary & Director of Communication - Willajeanne McLean: I so enjoyed being Class Secretary that I wanted to do it again. I really enjoyed reaching out and touching folks I knew while at Wellesley and making new connections with those I didn’t know. I was a French Lit/European History major at our beloved alma mater, who now finds myself a Distinguished Professor of Law at University of Connecticut School of Law where I have been teaching since 1991. I still enjoy teaching, and traveling (for work or for fun), sometimes behind my husband of almost 27 years, Michael, on one of his BMW motorcycles. I also am known as half of the Beemer Nomads (when geocaching) or as Granny Dubs to my four grandchildren and one great (!) grandchild.


Co-Secretary & Director of Communication - Susan Peckitt: "Non ministrari sed ministrare."  Just doing my little bit as your co-secretary. I earned a living as a (mostly) public school high school and middle school English teacher. I'm happily retired and relatively recently married to a fellow I met and fell in love with dancing. My two sons are grown and flown and men to be proud of,  staunch feminists intent on making the world more liveable. 


Co-Wellesley Fund Representative - Margaret Meyer: I am honored to have the opportunity to give a small bit back to the Wellesley community which has been such a source of inspiration to me over these oh so many years. I hope to be able to connect and reconnect with the classmates who have made this possible, and to raise some funds for Wellesley's future!  After school, I traveled a bit before returning full circle to my southern roots. Worked as an attorney before switching careers to interior design which I have enjoyed for the past twenty-five years.  For fun, I swim, bike, and run.


Co-Wellesley Fund Representative - Mary O'Loughlin Rafferty:  Connecting with our interesting, talented classmates is joyful. 50th reunion is a big milestone and I hope we can tap the spirit of ‘77 to set a new participation record in supporting the college’s efforts to maintain aid-blind admission.  Maybe 77%? I am honored to have held various ‘77 class officer positions over the years, to have served as a local host for international students, and to have convinced one niece to attend Wellesley. I enjoyed 29 years at New England Tel/NYNEX/Bell Atlantic/Verizon, mostly in PR/Public Affairs, and am now in my 16th year at the Massachusetts Trial Court in administration and communications. I enjoy travel, theatre, and musical events.