Regional Networks

Currently there are more than 20 HWS clubs located across the United States. The clubs have two main purposes. The first is to serve the social and networking needs of alums in their own communities. The second is to serve the specific needs of the Colleges in areas in which volunteers are needed, such as career counseling, admissions and fundraising. Throughout the year, the clubs hold a variety of events including picnics, holiday parties, get-togethers at HWS athletic events, museum tours, faculty lectures, and much, much more.

Clubs and Contacts

Club Contacts

Hobart Chapter of Rochester

Robert Peel
Peter Brizee

William Smith Chapter of Rochester

Monica Spring Bays

HWS Club of Albany

Chris Kirvin
Kim Crocetta

HWS Club of Atlanta

Michael Mills

HWS Club of Baltimore

Todd Pauliny
Ellen Kotzen Spokes

HWS Club of Boston

Brian Schubmehl
Nikki Wilbur

HWS Club of Buffalo

Melissa Golen

HWS Club of Chicago

Mara Zimmerman

HWS Club of Denver

HWS Club of Los Angeles

HWS Club of New York City

Joshua Leach
Ali Concolino

HWS Club of Philadelphia

HWS Club of Pittsburgh

Allison Putnam Quick

HWS Club of Portland, Maine

Jay Flower

HWS Club of Princeton

Laura Strickler

HWS Club of San Francisco

Carrie Sullivan

HWS Club of San Diego

Liza Pille

HWS Club of Seattle

Dr. Christine Ingebritsen

HWS Club of Syracuse

HWS Club of Twin Cities

Adam Gildner

HWS Club of Washington, D.C.

Hadley Sosnoff

Volunteer with us

Regional Network volunteers are critical to keeping the HWS connection alive. We encourage you to contact them to get involved, share an idea for an event, or just to get re-connected.

If you want to be the contact in your region, or if you have a great idea for an event, please contact Kathy Killius Regan '82.

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