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Alumnae Association Board

The Alumnae Association Board (AAB) serves as the leadership for all alumnae and as adviser to the College in terms of alumnae relations, engagement and philanthropy.

Responsibilities and Objectives

Volunteer board members are responsible for leading a nationwide, multi-level alumnae network and assisting in accomplishing goals that have been set by the College.

The AAB has three main objectives:

  • Engaging alumnae
  • Involving current students
  • Recruiting future students

The work of the AAB is focused on helping Stephens achieve its greatest potential. The board’s objective is to foster stronger connections between alumnae and the College. The AAB helps deepen volunteer commitment, assists with student recruitment and retention where appropriate, and assists in the cultivation of lifelong giving to Stephens.

Members achieve these objectives in a variety of ways, including:

  • Serving as liaisons to Stephens College alumnae
  • Participating in a variety of meetings, events and programs focused on connecting Stephens alumnae to the College

Volunteering with the Alumnae Association Board

The AAB has a continuous application process. 

Applications received by April 1 are considered for elections at the spring meeting to start the service term the following year. Terms officially begin September 1. Orientation takes place during the fall meeting.

Regional Director Job Description and Application

Contact for more information about volunteering with the Board.


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