For this edition of Almabase Spotlights featuring Liberal Arts Institutions, we shine the spotlight on Wesleyan College’s ongoing “Lunch & Learn” series which is helping the college stay connected with their community, and share all the latest updates from campus.
💡 An Idea to Reconnect with Alumnae using Monthly Meet-ups
During the pandemic, Wesleyan College’s Office of Alumnae Affairs and the President’s Office wanted to do something memorable to engage with their constituents. An idea that we really like is their “Lunch and Learn” series, which is helping keep constituents up-to-date on everything that is happening on campus.
The series features one-hour Zoom sessions that are held on the second Wednesday of every month. During each session, the President or Provost and a faculty or staff member engage in meaningful discussions about relevant topics like diversity and inclusion on campus, faith and service, and athletics during the new normal. All sessions are designed to create more interaction between the participants and the speakers. Each session starts with a Meet-and-Greet and ends with a Q&A. The alumnae response has been extremely positive and we can’t wait to see other exciting virtual events the College has in store!
⭐ Our Source of Inspiration
Cathy Coxey Snow has been director of alumnae affairs at Wesleyan College since 1993. A Wesleyan alumna, Cathy has served on the national Board of Managers of the Wesleyan College Alumnae Association. She is a past president of the Wesleyan Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi and a past president of the Macon-Wesleyan Chapter of American Association of University Women.
Prior to joining Wesleyan’s staff in 1992, Cathy was co-owner and principal designer of A Class Act Jewelry sold throughout the Southeast and in England, Canada, and Venezuela.