Members of the class of 1969 celebrate their 40th Milestone Reunion at the Faculty Club

Thank you for your interest in volunteering for the School of Nursing. Volunteering is a great way of keeping in touch with classmates and staying connected with the School. Please see the list below for volunteer opportunities or contact Sarah Monrraga at sm3098@columbia.edu or 800-899-6728.

Class of '51
The Class of 1951 celebrating their 60th Reunion. From left to right: Emily Dijulio Scinto, Marilyn Johnsen Hamel, Elizabeth Writer Kleinfeld Zern, Lorraine Caradelli Risher.

Reunion Committee Volunteer
As a reunion committee volunteer, you will help keep your class informed of your milestone class reunion. You will reunite classmates, encourage attendance at the reunion and may perhaps plan a get together the day before or after the event. If you are interested in becoming a reunion committee volunteer and the first to know of all activities related to your class reunion, please contact Sarah Monrraga at sm3098@columbia.edu.



Class of '51
Annual Fund Chair, Beth Zedeck '04, '06 (left) with Alumni Association Board member Maria Maglicano '06 (right)

Annual Fund Committee Member
Annual Fund committee members are an important part of the School of Nursing’s fundraising effort and assist the Chair of the Annual Fund in helping to raise money for Annual Fund student scholarships. As a committee member, you will thank and encourage classmates to give to the Annual Fund. To become part of this important effort, contact Janine Handfus at jh2526@columbia.edu. To make a gift to the Annual Fund, please click here.



Class of '51
Dr. Bobbie Berkowitz with alumna Dorothy Simpson Dorion '57

Class Representatives/Program Representatives
If you know you would enjoy personal contact with your classmates or if you are already in touch with them on a regular basis, you are an ideal person for this role. As a liaison between your classmates and the School, you will maintain open lines of communication and encourage classmates to keep each other and the School informed of news. If you graduated after 2000, then you are eligible to become a Program Representative. Please see below for details.

Class of '51
Alumni Board member Angela Clarke Duff '70 speaking at a wine and cheese reception for students and alumni

Speaker at Alumni/Student Events
Do you enjoy public speaking? Would you like to share your career path, professional expertise and memories of the School with current students? Several times a year, the Alumni Association hosts student/alumni events with the opportunity for alumni to speak before current students. To volunteer or obtain more information, please contact Sarah Monrraga.

Alumni Career Network Contact
To view the current listing of Alumni Career Network participants or to enroll as a contact, please click here. Please call 800-899-6728 to obtain your password.







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