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25,000 Strong

25,000 Strong

A new University group creates a place for its 25,000 alumnae to connect with one another and the University.

All across the cultural landscape, women are sharing their experiences, raising their voices and inspiring others. One need only look as far as the workplace (which now boasts a record number of women), the financial sector (more than half of American wealth is now controlled by women) or the internet (#MeToo, Time’s Up) to see the multitudes of women stepping forward to change the world for the better. 

A Bold Mission

There are approximately 25,000 University of Scranton alumnae; it is the mission of The Women’s Alliance to connect those alumnae with the University and one another. 

“The goal of The Women’s Alliance is to engage the alumnae of the University in networking, education, leadership and philanthropy,” said Eloise Butovich of University Advancement. “We know that women change the world every day through their vast and varied contributions. With renewed focus and energy, The Women’s Alliance will strive to increase the engagement of female leaders who can help transform the future of the University, our communities and our students.” 

An Empowered Alliance

Through The Women’s Alliance, alumnae will have new opportunities to connect with business colleagues and leaders who will become their trusted network. Alumnae will also have the opportunity to connect with women for and with others who share a passion for philanthropy. Through these renewed connections and relationships, the University will reinforce leadership pipelines for increased future female representation in key leadership and affinity areas such as the Board of Trustees, Alumni Society Advisory Board, President’s Business Council, Medical Alumni Council, President’s Circle and Estate Society. 

Members can participate in The Women’s Alliance in a variety of ways, including attending lectures or workshops, networking and speaking on campus. The Women’s Alliance will also provide its members with online media content such as videos, webinars and articles through a variety of channels, including Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. 

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The Women’s Alliance is committed to intentionally increasing alumnae representation and leadership. Its members will support, guide and inspire each other as they advance the mission of the University 

To join The Women’s Alliance and begin sharing, learning and connecting with other alumnae in this unique environment today, visit scranton.edu/womensalliance. 

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