Clarkies connect in Boston and beyond

March 30, 2017
Steven Khadavi '93, Stephanie Lindquist '95 and Craig Pintoff '91 speak at a recent alumni event in New York.

The Office of Alumni and Friends Engagement offered a robust series of programming this spring, engaging alumni from across the country.

Clark in the City - March 22, 2017

The annual Women’s Leadership Lunch, held February 28 at The Bostonian Boston, brought together more than 40 alumnae to hear State Sen. Harriette Chandler, M.A. ’63, Ph.D. ’73, LL.D ’16, share highlights from her career path, thoughts about women’s leadership, and reflections on the importance of authenticity.

On March 22, alumni in New York City had a chance to reconnect with classmates, meet new colleagues, and gain insight from an alumni panel discussion at the annual New York Networking event, held at Dorsey & Whitney LLP.

Clark also launched two new Networked Communities this spring. On March 21, students connected with alumni experts in the Health field. The Markets and Business Networked Community was held March 23, with industry leaders sharing valuable career advice with current students. Previous Networked Communities have brought alumni back to campus to talk about Biology and Bioscience, Law and Regulatory Affairs and the Creative Arts.

Clarkies around the country are scheduled to celebrate their own version of annual springtime tradition that is Spree Day on April 4 (the date of the actual campus Spree Day has not been revealed). Alumni groups in New York, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, and Los Angeles will gather to share laughs, stories and Clark memories.