Following celebration of 50 years of women at Kenyon, the alumnae-led Kenyon Women Giving Back series keeps the focus on the role of women at Kenyon.
Mission: To celebrate and amplify the alumnae impact on the College and on the world by building connections and philanthropic support.
Kenyon alumnae give back in a variety of inspiring ways — to their communities, their families, their professions and their alma mater.
Our new volunteer-driven event series, Kenyon Women Giving Back, celebrates these philanthropic alumnae, honors their contributions and shares the important stories of how Kenyon women are impacting the world collectively.
Each Kenyon Women Giving Back event focuses on a small group of alumnae who share common philanthropic goals — whether it be where they choose to give back, how they choose to give back or what they choose to give back.
Kenyon Women Giving Back: Advancing Equity in STEM | March 21, 2023
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Reunion 2022 Keynote Discussion on American Democracy
with Congresswoman Lizzie Pannill Fletcher '97 (D-TX) and prominent Republican strategist Sarah Longwell '02
Kenyon Women Giving Back: As Nonprofit Leaders | Nov. 18, 2021
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Interested in suggesting a topic or speaker for the Kenyon Women Giving Back series? Contact Director of Alumni & Parent Engagement Annie Gordon to learn more about the series and to get involved.
Thank you to our steering commitee!
These women are leading the volunteer-driven event series, Kenyon Women Giving Back.
|Allison (Williams) Armstrong '04
Luisa Barone Gantt, staff liaison
Dr. M. Phoebe Brown '79, co-chair
Larae Bush Schraeder '97
Rose (Brintlinger) Fealy '84, past member
Annie Gordon, staff liaison
Una I. (Slevin) Fogarty '90, co-chair
Nina P. Freedman '77, past chair
Eliza Winans Rossman '84, past chair
Sonya M. Pryor-Jones '94, past member
Anna N. Salzberg '09
Christine Gould Sharkey '80
Tracey Wilson, staff liaison
The Kenyon Women Giving Back steering committee is challenging Kenyon alumnae to support the Kenyon Women’s Annual Scholarship, which since its inception in 2020 has provided over $200,000 in current use dollars to Kenyon women students.
To learn more about the series or to get involved, contact Annie Gordon.
Gifts to the Kenyon Fund to support this scholarship can make an immediate impact for a deserving student who identifies as female.
Created to honor the 50th anniversary of women coming to Kenyon, this need-based scholarship will be given each year to a deserving student who identifies as female.
As Kenyon's new Chalmers Library takes shape, three women name key spaces.
Giving Back in Knox County
Knox County alumnae discuss their philanthropic support and its impact at the local level.