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Goals and Strategies

Goals and Strategies:
Engage Trinity alumnae and encourage greater involvement at leadership levels (including philanthropy) to help shape the College’s future.
      o    Identify and recruit alumnae for National Alumni Association (NAA) Executive
      Committee, Board of Fellows, WLC Founders Council, Long Walk Societies
      Committee and Trustee positions

Support Trinity women at all stages of their careers.
      o    Broaden the network of alumnae through various events across the country. 
      Formats can vary depending on location and areas of interest.
      o    Provide access to alumnae in senior positions to assist in career exploration and
      o    Develop a plan to increase communication between members.  Consider social
      media platforms and regular electronic updates from the College.
      o    Open the dialogue to include women who have taken a break from their careers
      and offer assistance to those who want to re-enter the workforce or re-invent
      themselves by changing career paths.

Be responsive to the needs of female undergraduates as they prepare for their professional journeys post Trinity
      o    Host/participate in networking events and other career related programs on
      campus and in major cities across the country
      o    Provide or identify internship opportunities for students
      o    Provide or identify job leads for summer and/or full time positions for students
      o    Participate in career shadowing program by hosting a student for a day
      o    Develop synergies with other organizations and programs designed to promote
      women at Trinity. (i.e., Venture, The Bantam Network, TCBWO, etc).

​If you have questions about the Council or are interested in serving in a leadership role as a Founders Council Member or an Associate Member, please contact:
Melissa Bronzino Regan '87
Associate Director of Alumni Relations