2013-2014 Richmond Young Alumni Board
Ellie Shea ’12, Chaireleanor.email@example.com
Nicole Benitez Brantingham ‘09Michalann Camp ‘13Elizabeth Cane ‘00Mallory Carter ‘13Erin Chalifoux ‘07Will Chalifoux ‘07Jeremy Chapman ‘03Emily Chilton ‘11Lauren Cox ‘10Fenton Crowther ‘13Annamaria Diaz ‘12Ryan Dixon ‘13Duke Dodson ‘02Molly Field ‘04Jamie Grant ‘12Booth Greene ‘09Tim Hodges ‘06Jessie Holt ‘13Kris Hutchinson ‘09Austin Carter Hyatt ‘09Rob Hyatt ‘08Gabe Kachuba ‘09Vince Kesner ‘12Ralston King ‘09LaChelle Lewis ‘12Ethan Litvin ‘13Kate Maddox ‘11Meredith Malone ‘10Chris Mereen ‘12Tolson Musick ‘13Matt Musser ‘12Courtney Owens ‘13Andrew Parham ‘11Andrew Price ‘04Megan Rash ‘09Raymond Ruybe ‘13Kate Savage ‘09Matthew Smith ‘06Miriam Atkins Smith ‘07Lauren Soles ‘09Christian Tiller ‘11Lianne Valenza ‘11Bethany Floyd Watkins ‘10Tyler Watkins ‘08Tim Wehner ‘08Autumn White ‘08Cherelle Williams ‘12Kayci Williamson ‘11Tori Williamson ‘10
"The Young Alumni Board keeps recent graduates connected with the College through networking, social, educational, and service events. Our activities and events give graduates opportunities to give back to the college, serve as role models to current students, and to stay connected to their classmates. Young Alumni events are a great way to continue making connections and fostering new relationships. Join the YAB today!"- Molly Field '04
The Young Alumni Association consists of young alumni who have graduated in the past ten years. Each alumnus/a, who serves on the Board, commits to a one-year term.
The Young Alumni Board's primary focus is to generate ongoing enthusiasm and support for Randolph-Macon College. The Young Alumni Board organizes and sponsors activities which allow Young Alumni the opportunity to get together for networking, social, educational and community service purposes.
The program offers a series of educational workshops for recent graduates, such as seminars or planning to purchase first home, looking for financial planning advice and more. In addition, the greater Richmond Chapter sponsors several on campus events, including the Senior Welcome and Real Life 101.
We also work to educate young alumni about the importance of the Randolph-Macon Fund and encourage members to support the College.
For more information, or to get involved, contact Ellie Shea ’12, the Young Alumni Board Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have questions, or suggestions for Young Alumni programming for 2013-2014, please feel free to contact email@example.com or (804) 752-7290.
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