Williams Club Annual Dinner

The Williams Club Annual Dinner 2018, featured speaker Adena Friedman ’91, NASDAQ President/CEO

Williams Club Annual Dinner 2019

Wednesday, July 31st 

The Future of Work:

How Williams is preparing students and empowering alumni 

for a rapidly changing world

 

From technology to globalization, powerful forces are fundamentally changing the workplace, the workforce and the nature of work itself.

 

Join us to learn:

  • How human capital leaders are navigating these changes

  • How the College works with current students entering the workforce and promotes career-related interaction among alumni

  • What you can do to support these efforts

Featuring:

  • Sydney Streets Gibson ‘06, Manager, Recruiting Operations, McKinsey & Company

  • Craig Tamamoto ’02, Head of Human Capital Management & Employee Relations, Global Investment Research, Goldman Sachs

  • Don Kjelleren, Director, ’68 Center for Career Exploration, Williams College

  • Wendy Webster Coakley ’85, Director of Alumni Career Networking, Williams College

  • Q&A moderated by Tom Morgan ’91, President of the Williams Club Board of Governors


Event Schedule

     5:00 – 5:30  Williams Club Annual Meeting (open to all Ephs)

     5:30 – 6:15  Reception

     6:15 – 7:15  Dinner 

     7:15 – 8:30  Program

 

Cost

Non-Members:  $85

Members and their guests:  $75

Class of ’11 and younger (whether member or not):  $50

 

Dinner price is inclusive of beer, wine, soft drinks bar; dinner wine, tax & gratuity.

Williams Club members register for themselves & their guests by emailing us.

Non-Members register via this link.

Past Featured Keynote Speakers

     

Adena Friedman ’91

CEO/President, NASDAQ

2018

Liza Johnson ’92

Feature film director & Williams art professor

2016

Adam Falk

President, Williams College

2014

Dan Kaufman ’91

Serial Entrepreneur

2013

Dean Cycon ’75

Founder, Dean’s Beans

2012

Michael Conforti

Director, Clark Art Institute

2011

Bethany McLean ’92

Investigative business Journalist

2010

Martha Williamson ’77

Network television producer/writer

2009

Janet Brown ’73

Exec. Dir, Commission on Presidential Debates

2008