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and the college’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Alumnae at Reunion

At 53,000 strong, the alumnae network is one of the most powerful benefits of a Smith education. Your connection to this remarkable global community begins on day one of your Smith experience and continues throughout your lifetime. You’ll find fellow Smithies nearly everywhere. Build your network and strengthen your connection to Smith by enjoying all the benefits of being a Smith graduate: local clubs, regional events, Reunion, the Smith Alumnae Quarterly, and career and professional development opportunities. The Office of Alumnae Relations is here to ensure that your Smith afterlife is just as enriching as your time as a student.

Important COVID-19 Information

The Office of Alumnae Relations and Development is thinking of our Smith community during the COVID-19 pandemic. We hope this collection of resources provides a welcome source of connection and information during this difficult time.

For updates on Smith’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak, please visit the Coronavirus Disease 2023 (COVID-19) page.


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Alumnae Association & Benefits
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Smith Travel
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Group of alumnae at an event
Clubs & Groups
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Smith Alumnae Quarterly & Other Smith Media
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Events Calendar
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Smith Alumnae Quarterly

“We’re seeing and hearing amazing stories from different communities across the world where people are standing up, coming together and offering themselves in ways that we haven’t seen before on this scale. So that gives me hope.”

—Psychologist Sherry Wang ’06, SAQ, Summer 2023

Meet the Alumnae Board of Directors

  Darden ’08

Imani Darden ’08
Bronx, New York

Member, Nominating Committee, 2023–22


Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy ’02
Karachi, Pakistan

Alumnae Trustee, 2018–22

  Turrell Farrar ’79

Betsy Turrell Farrar ’79
Columbus, Ohio

Member, Nominating Committee, 2023–23

Smith, in the Moment

Through The Sports Bra Project, consulting and coaching, Sarah Dwyer-Shick ’96 uses sports as a vehicle for social change. 

This year’s Draper Competition for Collegiate Women Entrepreneurs will be a virtual event on August 7.

Ketty Munyenyembe ’20 is heading to a Ph.D. program at Yale, where she’ll investigate the evolution of microbial pathogens—including COVID-19.

Henriette Kets de Vries, assistant curator for the art museum, describes her newfound love of drawing.


Alumnae Relations
Alumnae House
33 Elm Street
Smith College
Northampton, MA 01063
Phone: 413-585-2023 or 800-526-2023
Fax: 413-585-2073 or 413-585-2015

Alumnae House Coordinator: Jonelle Dennis

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