Hollins Alumnae Relations is offering free virtual events for all alumnae/i. Join us for these upcoming events:
Thursday, January 21 at 7 p.m. ET
January is the perfect time to determine your goals and priorities for the year. Jill Weber, Hollins special advisor on student well-being, is bringing an interactive workshop where we’ll discuss common reasons people struggle to achieve their goals (in a non-judgmental way) and create a series of SMART goals you can use to set yourself up to thrive in 2021. | Register for this event: http://bit.ly/38vEKN7
Thursday, February 18 at 7 p.m. EST
About Anne Altizer ’85: After a successful career as a non-profit development officer and in the course of raising two sons, Anne began pursuing passions she had held for years but hadn’t made the time to do. Her first passion was overcoming a lifelong fear of horses and learning how to ride. She not only learned to ride, but became a competitor in hunter/jumper events around New Jersey and owned two horses during her equestrian career. During this time, Anne also converted her childhood hobby of stained glass windows into a small business. Just a few years later Anne stepped even further outside her comfort zone and began her next new endeavor – the study of martial arts – and with her entire family. While the idea of studying martial arts did not come naturally to Anne, she and her family began a journey in Isshin Ryu Karate that has spanned 15 years of continuous practice. Anne achieved her Godan (5th degree black belt) in 2018. Anne has and continues to teach adults and children and students of different backgrounds, needs, and abilities. | Register for this event: http://bit.ly/3iBdHUc
In case you missed it!
Here are recordings of past virtual events.
An Evening with President Mary Dana Hinton & Ann Compton ’69
Hollins Happy Hour: An Evening with Balli Kaur Jaswal ’04
Hollins Happy Hour: Campus Life During Global Pandemic
Hollins Happy Hour: Study Abroad Today
Hollins Happy Hour: Hollins Through The Decades (Alumnae/i Panel)
Learning How to Tell Good Lies: A Conversation with Jeanne Larson