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Leadership Assembly 2010

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Recap: Leadership Assembly 2010

On October 7th and 8th 2010, over 170 Barnard alumnae leaders--class officers, regional club leaders, fundraising volunteers, and other leaders of the Alumnae Association of Barnard College--spent two active and exciting days on the Barnard campus. Through workshops, programs, and tours, Barnard's alumnae leaders acquired knowledge and tools to enable them to carry out the important work they undertake on behalf of Barnard. With 33,000 alumnae spread across the country and around the world, extending Barnard's connections has never been more important. We salute those who participated and thank you for your continued service to Barnard.

To extend the learning and share some of the Leadership Assembly experience, please explore the following resources:

Highlight Video

Program highlights were captured on video by Barnard alumna Lan Li ’10.


Photo Gallery

Images captured during two days of events depict Barnard alumnae leaders in action.


Participant Feedback Survey*

Barnard Alumnae Leaders shared their feedback about Leadership Assembly through a post-event survey

Barnard’s Financial Picture*

Greg Brown, Barnard’s Chief Operating Officer, shared his perspective on the state of the College’s finances with attendees in the James Room on Friday morning. View his comprehensive presentation. (Login required).


Development Update*

Following the COO's presentation, Bobbi Mark, Vice President for Development at the time of Leadership Assembly 2010, shared research on what motivates Barnard alumnae to donate to the College. View her presentation. (Login required).


Annual Report of the Athena Center*

The Athena Center for Leadership’s Director, Kathryn Kolbert spoke with delegates about the ambitious initiatives of this new and exciting Barnard program. View the annual report. (Login required).


Barnard College Song

Barnard Bacchante, Barnard’s acapella group, performed “College on the Hilltop” at the Closing Reception of Leadership Assembly which was held in the historic Sulzberger parlor. One of Barnard’s “new traditions,” the song was adopted as Barnard’s alma mater in 2000 and is sung at Commencement each year. Learn about the history, words and music.


Regional Handbook

Barnard Regional Club leaders strengthen the College’s connection with alumnae beyond the College’s gates. View the handbook.


Fundraiser’s Handbook

Volunteers for The Barnard Fund are vital in securing the financial resources which sustain the College. The handbook contains important advice and information for alumnae fundraisers.


Reunion Handbook

A milestone Reunion requires planning and organization. All you ever wanted to know about Reunion and more is contained in this guide.


Class Officers Handbook

Class Officers lead their classmates in connecting with Barnard. This resource offers important information for Class Officers.


We Do Not Leave

The past year in the life of the College is captured through a video edited by Mary Ann LoFrumento ’77 and filmed by Erin Moore ’06 of Goodeye Video. This video was seen by delegates during the opening reception.

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