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Liz Neumark '77 notes Barnard's efforts to expand women’s leadership

In recognition of International Women’s Day in March, Liz Neumark '77 notes Mentor it Forward and the Athena Center for Leadership Studies among efforts to expand women’s leadership.

Liz is the CEO of Great Performances, one of the top five independently-operated catering companies in the US.  It is the only company to own a working, organic farm. Follow Liz Neumark on Twitter: www.twitter.com/GPfood

Alumnae Affairs

Who Was the Most Influential Person You Encountered at Barnard?
A highlight of this year’s Reunion will be a live show that weaves together stories of your experience with these life-changing characters from your years at Barnard. The show will present stories from several decades of graduates, performed by alumnae, and produced by renowned storytelling organization, The Moth.

Alumnae Peer-Tutoring Program
If you live in the NYC area and can come to campus for two hours a week to tutor a student in a subject you love, please consider applying to be an APP volunteer tutor.

Recap: Tovah Klein, Director of the Barnard Center for Toddler Development, in New York and San Diego
Tovah Klein, director of the Barnard Center for Toddler Development, recently addressed groups of alumnae in New York (hosted by Alma Maters on December 4, 2014) and San Diego (hosted by the Barnard Club of San Diego on January 10) to share her current research in the area of toddler development and talk about her recent book, How Toddlers Thrive. Alumnae learned how to incorporate Dr. Klein’s findings in their parenting techniques.

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