The Women's Council for Development seeks to develop leadership opportunities for all URI women by offering
• enhanced opportunities for alumnae to interact with and act as role models for students and one another;
• meaningful programs to generate lasting relationships with URI among students and alumnae;
• greater participation of alumnae at all levels of University life, including fundraising;
• an annual scholarship awarded to a female student who holds a leadership position on campus and maintains a 3.0 grade point average.
Women's Development Council members are URI alumnae, faculty, and staff who
• mentor students and fellow alumnae, offering work-life advice and career resources;
• support programs by planning, sponsoring, and attending events and encouraging fellow alumnae to participate;
• contribute financially to programs such as the annual scholarship and Council events.
Women’s Student Leadership Summit • April 16, 2014
URI Women’s Council for Development and the URI Women’s Center hosted a special networking dinner at the Alumni Center for young women who are making an impact on the URI community through exemplary leadership. Guest speaker Eva-Marie Mancuso ’82, chair of the Rhode Island Board of Education, discussed how women can make the transition from student leaders to community, national, and global leaders.
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Shana Greene '95, M.S. '97
Assistant Director, Alumni Relations
73 Upper College Road
Kingston, RI 02881
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Apply for a 2015 Women's Council for Development Founders Scholarship. Download a PDF application here.