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4/20/2021 What Do I Need To Know To Join A Nonprofit Board?

What Do I Need To Know To Join A Nonprofit Board?

Over the past year, many have been feeling the need to make an impact, and want to give back to their communities. Serving on a nonprofit board is a great way to help. The appeal of giving your time, talent and treasure to a nonprofit that serves a cause or community you care about has its own intrinsic rewards. It can also provide opportunities for your personal and professional development. Additionally, Wellesley alumnae represent a category of board member that organizations need to diversity their boards – by experience, expertise, and perspectives, and community voice – and they are looking to do so.

Date: Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Time: 6pm-7pm

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4/24/2021 Member Appreciation Event: Virtual High Tea Cooking Class

Members of the NY Wellesley Club (NYWC) are invited to a virtual high tea cooking class on April 24th! Join the NYWC President Elise Michael and Wellesley alum Laura Murphy to learn how to make scones, tea sandwiches and brew some delicious tea! Drinking champagne while cooking is always welcome. We will show off our bakes and chat afterwards. Ingredient lists will be sent two weeks prior.

Date: Saturday, April 24, 2021
Time: 1:00pm-2:30pm


6/2/21 Annual Faculty Lecture: The Economic Challenges We Face

he NY Wellesley Club invites you to annual faculty lecture. Join us as Professors David Lindauer and Akila Weerapana lead us in a discussion, The Economic Challenges We Face. 

Date: Wednesday, June 2, 2021

Time: 6pm

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In this talk, Professors Lindauer and Weerapana will discuss the challenges that the U.S. economy is facing as it looks to recover from the pandemic-induced recession. We hope to engage in a conversation with all of you about the policy responses that have been implemented in response to the downturn, as well as potential future policies that could help the economy make a robust and sustained recovery. Q&A conversation to follow. Registration is required. Zoom details will be provided prior to the event. 

3/8/2021 Embrace Your Inner Imperfectionist: An Interactive Webinar for International Women's Day 2021

Embrace Your Inner Imperfectionist: An Interactive Webinar for International Women's Day 2021

Perfectionism, while helpful in many aspects of our careers, ends up holding us back in leadership positions. What started as "pays close attention to detail" can morph into micromanaging, difficulty prioritizing, or pervasive self-doubt.

Join Maya Dolgin (Class of 2010), BraverMe Founder and CEO, for a special workshop for International Women's Day on rewiring our perfectionist habits to bring out the best in ourselves as we take on jobs with more responsibility and complexity.

Date: Monday, March 8, 2021

Time: 12pm-1pm

Registration has closed.