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LEAD Program Helps Student Accept Prestigious Internship

Feature - Nina Vasquez ’17, a junior in The Women’s Advancement Initiative’s LEAD program, was selected for the prestigious internship out of nearly 300 candidates.  Read More


Building Networks and Bridges to the Future

LEAD (LEADERSHIP EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT) - In addition to giving Meghan professional and personal advice, Akinbajo also motivated her to go after her dreams.  Read More


Life’s Intersecting Paths Bring Karin and Bill Stahl to LEAD

WHY WE GIVE The Crossroad to LEAD - We may not always understand these intersections at first, but eventually we see the connections and how they play out in our purpose and the lives we touch.  Read More


Help Young Women Turn Talent Into Confidence

How To Give - Unrestricted annual gifts provide essential support for the day–to–day needs of The Women’s Advancement Initiative’s programs, including LEAD, Dorothy Goodwin Scholars, Laura Johnson Leaders, and our LEAD ON-CAMPUS programs and events.  Read More


Student Transformed by LEAD Wins PRESTIGIOUS Leadership Award

Student and Parents Perspective - Before starting her studies at the University of Hartford, Karishma Pinto ’17 was shy and did not focus on her future career goals.  Read More


From a Family of Educated Women

Alumnae Profile - As Jan Cassells Sweet A’65 (HCW) sits in the gardens outside her revolutionary era home, she talks about her long–time involvement with the Haddam Historical Society and the Thankful Arnold House, and its generations of Arnold women.  Read More


Full Issue Fall/Winter 2017

On the cover: Jan Cassells Sweet A ’65 (HCW) with Katie Bosetti ’17 and Teresa Cardona ’19, LEAD students she sponsors in the garden of her historic home in Haddam. Attending her 50th HCW Reunion connected Sweet to The Women ’s Advancement Initiative and the students in its LEAD program.  Magazine PDF