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Association Board of Directors

The mission of the Randolph-Macon Woman’s College Alumnae and Randolph College Alumni Association is to cultivate an active association of members who are connected to each other, informed, and involved in supporting the life and work of Randolph College.

In doing so, the Association shall seek to preserve the elements of Randolph College that derive from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College, its tradition of academic excellence, and its motto Vita abundantior, recognizing its historic commitment to the education of women and its influence on women.

The Association will work to extend this tradition to all current and future students.

Association Board of Directors

Katie Stewart Page ’08
President, Member of the Board of Trustees (voting)

Kathryn Walker Manari ’04
1st Vice President

MCD Davis Shields ’83
2nd Vice President

Lauren Emory ’04
Secretary

Kim Wornom Hicks ’90
Chair of Finance

Glee Smith ’92
Chair of Bylaws Committee

Laura Bullock Crumbley ’72
Representative to the Board of Trustees

Alison Kenny Brennan ’86
Chair of Alumnae and Alumni Giving

Kate Goodman ’88
Chair of Nominating Committee

Adrianna Ouellete Rivera ’07
Member-at-Large

Ryan Blackwell ’13
Member-at-Large

Cameron Hall ’14
Member-at-Large

Open
Chair of Alum Admission Representative

Open
Chair of Homecoming

Alison Buckley ’91
Immediate Past President (ex-officio board member)

Open
Director, Office of Alumnae and Alumni Relations (ex-officio board member)

District Directors

District 1
Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont
Amy Gerhard ’04

District 2
Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Washington, D.C.
Surayyah Colbert ’03

District 3
Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin
Laura Pennington Briggs ’08

District 4
Virginia
Tarika Sethi ’04

District 5
North Carolina and South Carolina
Megan Arnold ’06

District 6
Cincinnati Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, and West Virginia
Ellen Morgan ’89

District 7
Florida and Georgia
Michelle LeFloch Fernandez ’97

District 8
Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi
Beth Ann McColman ’04

District 9
Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas
Diana Mitchell Smith ’77

District 10
Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, and Washington
Heather Wilson Crate ’08

 

The Agreement Between the Association and the College

View the Agreement

Your Association Bylaws

View and print the bylaws of the Association approved by the general membership in September 2019.

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