The act of dwelling – taking up space and creating space for others – is the cornerstone of the college experience. For the women who first came to Williams, dwelling was an act of gallantry, an act of intellectual curiosity and an act of love. In celebration of the Bicentennial of the Society of Alumni and 50 years of coeducation, join us for powerful reflections and discussion among four Williams women who have charted fascinating personal and professional paths forward–
Meg Lowman ’76 serves as Director of TREE Foundation and as a National Geographic Explorer.
Adrena Ifill ’91 is an award-winning communications entrepreneur and producer who connects storytelling and advocacy.
Jiayang Fan ’06 has been a staff writer at the New Yorker since 2016, writing and reporting on China, American politics, and culture.
Jessica Bernheim ’16 serves as Head of New Product Development for North America at Upfield, a global plant-based food company.