The Women's Alliance

Women Empowering Women in Leadership and Learning

The University of Scranton alumnae are 25,000 strong. The Women's Alliance strengthens the network of Scranton alumnae, students and colleagues and inspires increased engagement, leadership and investment in the mission of the University.


A Bold Mission plus or minus

"When women gather, great things happen." -Leymah Gbowee

The Women's Alliance connects alumnae, students and colleagues to foster an environment where women learn, grow, and flourish. Through focused engagement opportunities, the Alliance strengthens the network of support for women’s success. In addition, the Alliance will improve outreach, representation and the pipeline for stronger female representation in key leadership/affinity areas. (Trustees, Alumni Society, President's Business Council, Medical Alumni Council, Law Alumni Council, President’s Circle, and Estate Society, just to name a few)


An Empowered Alliance plus or minus

"Changing the world doesn't happen all at once. It's an evolution, the sum of a billion tiny sparks, and some of those sparks come from you." -Katie Couric

Click here to join The Women's Alliance and ignite a spark.

Events plus or minus

"If you're offered a seat on a rocket ship, don't ask what seat. Just get on." -Sheryl Sandberg


On May 18, Judy Castrogiovanni '97, G'02 (2021 Pennsylvania National Distinguished Principal, Jefferson Elementary School), Judith O'Donnell, M.D. '85 (Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases & Hospital Epidemiologist, Penn Presbyterian Medical Center), and Amanda Gentile, LPC '11 (Small Business Owner & Mental Health Counselor, The Giving Tree Wellness Center) discussed the subject "One Year Later: What We've Learned" with Scranton alumnae, students, and friends. Click here to watch the recording.

 Stay Tuned for Upcoming Opportunities to Connect!

#ScrantonWoman Success Stories plus or minus

"There's a strong chance the next Bill Gates isn't going to look anything like the last one. So I'm interested in finding solutions that will help ensure we recognize her when we see her." -Melinda Gates

Click here to share your story, a fellow alumna's story, or a student's story who you think should be recognized!


Connect with Us & One Another! plus or minus

"It took me quite a long time to develop a voice, and now that I have it, I am not going to be silent." -Madeleine Albright

 Join The Women's Alliance on social media! Share your voice with us and one another on social media:

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If you have any suggestions, ideas, or questions, please reach us at womensalliance@scranton.edu

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