The Seven Sisters Alumnae Association is the first and only place for Seven Sisters alums and undergraduates to network and connect. We have become a trusted resource for our community through our programming and initiatives. We are now 53,000 alums and undergraduates strong.
Alums and undergrads of the Seven Sisters Colleges – Wellesley, Smith, Mount Holyoke, Bryn Mawr, Barnard, Vassar, and Radcliffe- have never had a place to come together and form a community – until now. With our virtual and in-person programming, in addition to our on-line groups, we have laid a foundation to faciliate interaction between alums and undergrads of all the colleges. From career advice to finding roommates to building your personal brand to sharing favorite recipes, our community plays many roles in bringing our members together.
Anyone who has matriculated at one of the Seven Sisters Colleges- Wellesley, Mount Holyoke, Smith, Vassar, Barnard, Bryn Mawr, and Radcliffe – is welcome to join. Members do not have to be graduates and they can also be current students.
All memberships are subject to 7S affiliation verification.
The Seven Sisters Alumnae Association was launched after there was a demonstrated need from our Seven Sisters Facebook groups to have more one-to-one connections and more ways to become unified to share opportunities and information. We began with a few website members in 2017 to a current network of over 53,000 Seven Sisters alums and current students connecting across the platform to create a dynamic community.
Jennifer Pollock McNally, Smith ’94, founded and self-funded the Seven Sisters Alumnae Association in 2017. She has been running the behind the scenes from our Facebook Groups to the Conferences and everything else in-between! Our community has grown to 53,000 participants and now she needs some help! She is excited to have the opportunity to bring on a Program Manager and Events Coordinator to help make Seven Sisters even more engaging and dynamic.
Jen is passionate about the Seven Sisters Colleges and Women’s Issues, and she has spent countless hours planning programming, developing content for our Zoom Calls, corresponding with members on a daily basis, and developing new ways for Seven Sisters Alumnae and Students to connect.
She lives in New Jersey with her family and when she is not helping smash the patriarchy, she enjoys playing tennis and doing laundry (just kidding). After having a 15-year career in sales at Reuters and Moody’s, she has taken some time off to spend with her family and is now dedicated to building and growing the Seven Sisters network to help empower and activate 7S alumnae here in the United States and around the globe.
While we work closely with the colleges, we have NO direct affiliation to any of the Seven Colleges.
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