Join us for Twists and Turns in a Career Path - Stories from Wellesley Alumnae
on Sunday, October 29th from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.!
The moderator, Linda Ury Greenberg '76, started her career post Wellesley in advertising and then moved to the music business, where she spent 30 years working on a wide variety of projects for artists such as Michael Jackson, Celine Dion, Aerosmith, and Jennifer Lopez. For the past five years, she has been the Director for Marketing Research in the Office of Alumni and Development at Columbia University.
Our panelists have four wonderful stories to offer. In alphabetical order, they are:
Christine Haughney '95, who started her career in traditional newspaper journalism with the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal and New York Times. She then branched out into the world of new media, developing an investigative series for a digital network and developing podcasts. She is now the Morning Agriculture newsletter editor for Politico.
Natalie Robinson '60, our gracious host for this event, started her career at Horizon magazine. She became a pre-school teacher and then the director at Temple Israel Center in White Plains. She still works in early intervention part time, helping children with special needs.
The Reverend Margaret Rose '76 expected to go to Law School post Wellesley but got a scholarship to Harvard Divinity School after graduation. She served as a parish priest for 20 years and now is on the staff of the Presiding Bishop Michael Curry as the Deputy for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement, focusing on anti-racism, peace building and reconciliation.
Martha Rosen '60 came to Wellesley from Tennessee. After college, she got married and became a teacher to help support her husband, who was in medical school. Then she moved to a job at the Simmons College Library, loved it, and attended Columbia University Library Service School in NY. She had a long career as a librarian in the Scarsdale schools.
Please come and enjoy hearing much more from these alumnae and share your own stories. Everyone has many talents that help us make these career changes as we go through life.
The program will be from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, October 29th at Natalie Robinson's home, 18 Foxhall Place, Scarsdale, NY 10583.
Please RSVP to Linda Ury Greenberg '76 at email@example.com by October 27th so we can be sure to have plenty of refreshments for everyone...see you there!