Leymah Gbowee P'16, 2011 Nobel Peace Laureate and the 2014 Carol Hoffmann Collins Global Scholar-in-Residence, at the McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives Tenth Anniversary Celebration, October 23, 2014.
Barbara Moakler Byrne '76, vice chairman of investment banking at Barclays and Mount Holyoke trustee, discusses her Mount Holyoke experience and talks about the College as a "change-agent" institution.
Thank you to all the alumnae, parents, and friends who have supported Mount Holyoke College this year. Your support makes the Mount Holyoke experience possible for all our students. Hear from President Pasquerella, faculty, and current students on how each and every gift makes a difference.
Students and faculty at Mount Holyoke discuss the value of internship and research experience for undergraduates.
The Laurel Chain Society honors our most loyal alumnae who, year after year, make a gift to Mount Holyoke. Reaching across generations, the Laurel Chain Society brings together alumnae whose consistent support is critical to advancing the College's mission.
Would you believe in a project that could simultaneously reduce deforestation, support a female entrepreneur, reuse waste, boost green-energy use, and employ young people? Tebo Molosiwa '14 is hoping to make this a reality for one woman in Tanzania.
Change takes commitment, and it takes catalysts. Thanks to our donors, a record-breaking $305.4 million was raised through 26,000 gifts from alumnae, parents, and friends of Mount Holyoke College. Their generosity changes everything for Mount Holyoke women.
Mount Holyoke has always been ahead of the curve—it's literally why we're here. And that kind of foresight will continue to define our next 175 years.
The never fear / change campaign honors our history while challenging the College, the community, and all who engage with Mount Holyoke to be self-aware, future focused, and optimistic.
To not only face change, but lead it.