Our goals are to create meaningful opportunities to connect and empower women who positively impact the College, University and the world.
Upon graduation, all Columbia College women graduates automatically become members of Columbia College Women, a community for alumnae, students and faculty. We welcome your participation and leadership as we support the women at Columbia College!
The mission of Columbia College Women (CCW) is to connect alumnae to the College, to one another and to women at large at Columbia University; Provide enriching experiences and benefits that support alumnae throughout their lives, in both personal and professional endeavors, and create an engaged and dynamic community that strengthens the voices and leadership of women at Columbia University.
Something I’m proud of as a Columbia College alumna is ….
“... being a part of such a strong, intelligent, brilliant group of alumnae.” — Olivia Barry CC’17
“... being a woman pioneer in both college and the legal profession, having the courage to fight for my right to have a family and a career.” — Lauren Zinman CC’90
- Katie Kingsbery CC’07 President
- Renuka Agarwal CC’12
- Anne-Marie Brillantes CC’89 Mentoring Co-Chair
- Tiffany Bryant CC’08
- Jessica Chi CC’15 Programming Co-Chair
- Virginia Cornish CC’91 Faculty Liaison
- Ali Hard CC’12
- Poppy Harlow CC’05
- Lee Ilan CC’87
- Stefanie Katz-Rothman CC’88
- Sharon Liao CC’16 Mentoring Co-Chair
- Christina Macchiarola CC’10
- Neda Navab CC’08
- Diane Orlinsky CC’88 Development Co-Chair
- Lindsey Remark CC’17
- Elizabeth Robilotti CC’99
- Rachel Rodin CC’97
- Jennifer Ryan CC’89 Development Co-Chair
- Teresa Saputo-Crerend CC’87 Outreach Co-Chair
- Emily Miles Terry CC’89 Outreach Co-Chair
- Camilla Misiaszek CC’18 Student Representative
- Suzanne Waltman CC’87
- Sherri Wolf CC’90 President Emerita
- Lauren Zinman CC’90 Programming Co-Chair
The Columbia College Women Board of Directors has four priorities: programming, outreach, development and mentoring. We invite you to join in one of the following committees, or to simply be an ambassador, attendee and/or supporter in our efforts.
The Programming Committee develops and presents programming that will connect alumnae to one another and to students and faculty. This includes intellectual programming, social receptions, career networking and more.
The Outreach Committee seeks to grow the Columbia College Women network across the globe to increase participation from all women, including students. Outreach will increase visibility and elevate the voice of women across Columbia, while building sustainable networks and bonds that help CCW and its members thrive.
The Development Committee fosters a culture of giving among Columbia College alumnae and students. It identifies opportunities for giving that resonate with women, identifies strategies for motivating alumnae generosity and finds opportunities for alumnae volunteers who believe in building a culture of philanthropy.
Columbia College Women organizes a vibrant and successful mentoring program that matches alumnae mentors with female students. The mentoring program matches students and alumnae with similar interests, provides a template as to how the relationship can progress and provide forums for involvement. The committee encourages participation and supports career oriented programming to complement mentoring interactions.