Drew relies on the involvement of its alumni, parents and friends to support the development of campus, affinity and regional programs that enrich the Drew community. Beyond giving, Drewids demonstrate their commitment through volunteering. This section provides information about some of the many ways to contribute to Drew’s mission and enhance the experience of Drew students as well as Drew alumni, parents and friends. For more information, contact the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations.
Class agents play a crucial role in the University’s alumni engagement and fundraising efforts by strengthening the bond alumni have with each other and the University. Working with the Office of Annual Giving, class agents connect with fellow alumni by sharing why they give and inviting others to do the same, communicating major news and highlights from campus and encouraging attendance at regional and community events. Class agents lead by example by making an annual gift to Drew. Class agents also get to attend Reunion for free in appreciation for their work throughout the year.
To learn more or volunteer, contact Jeramie Barletta C’13, assistant director of Annual Giving, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-408-3034.
Each spring Drew celebrates the past, present and future of the University at Reunion. The success of any reunion depends in large part on the energy and enthusiasm of its volunteer leaders. Reunion class committees form in anticipation of their 5-year class reunions and work to promote attendance, plan special class events during the weekend and encourage giving to Drew in honor of their Reunion year. Support from committed volunteers puts the special touch on Reunion and ensures the weekend is the best it can be! A little bit of your time today can go a long way towards making memories that will last a lifetime. To learn more or volunteer, contact Jeramie Barletta C’13, assistant director of Annual Giving, at email@example.com or 973-408-3034 or email the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations.
Class secretaries share and report classmates’ news. Volunteers work in collaboration with the Drew Magazine team by collecting updates to be printed in the Class Notes section of the magazine three times a year. Class secretaries get to attend Reunion for free in appreciation for their work throughout the year.
Whether it is a new job, new family member, a marriage or a recent adventure—Drew Magazine wants to help share the excitement with fellow Drewids!
Keep your class connected to each other and to Drew by volunteering for the role or submitting notes to your class’ current secretary. We look forward to hearing from you!
To learn more about the role, or to find your class secretary, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|2016||Contact us about volunteering to serve as your class secretary.|
|2007||Contact us about volunteering to serve as your class secretary.|
|2006||Jenny Troya Biggers|
|2001||Maren Matkins Calzia|
|2000||Kate Harvey Gratto
Jennifer Hicks Tocco
|1999||Kristy Miskoff Materasso|
|1998||Kristen Daily Williams|
|1993||Dawn Pirozzi Maxemow|
|1991||Contact us about volunteering to serve as your class secretary.|
|1989||Susanne Levsen Reardon|
|1987||Debra Azarian Taylor|
|1983||Susan Kessler Apter|
Janet Wagman LeMonnier
|1979||Sandra Ruth Craig|
|1971||Contact us about volunteering to serve as your class secretary.|
|1967||Joyce Maxwell Subjack|
|1966||Linda Wolfe Keister|
|1964||Jacqueline Buckman Shahzadi|
|1963||Ellen Earp Baker|
|1961||Barbara Yin Fern|
|1957||Eleanor Sheldon Stearns|
|1956||Ronald Vander Schaaf|
|1955||Contact us about volunteering to serve as your class secretary.|
|1954||Contact us about volunteering to serve as your class secretary.|
|1953||Contact us about volunteering to serve as your class secretary.|
|1952||Louise Aitken Toepfer|
|1951||Contact us about volunteering to serve as your class secretary.|
|1950||Contact us about volunteering to serve as your class secretary.|
|1949||Contact us about volunteering to serve as your class secretary.|
|1947||Contact us about volunteering to serve as your class secretary.|
Bring The Forest to your backyard. Our club chairs welcome new volunteers to help build opportunities for alumni to connect in their hometowns. Read the regional volunteer handbook, and for more information, contact Christine Felix C’13, assistant director of Alumni and Parent Relations, at email@example.com or 973-408-3783.
Volunteers for the Center for Internships and Career Development (CICD) create important links between Drew’s alumni community and current students seeking career advice and opportunities.
As a volunteer, you can sponsor an extern or intern, offer information interviews to current students or fellow alumni, mentor students or alumni and participate in networking events.
Volunteer Admissions Network (VAN) volunteers raise the visibility of Drew and provide the important personal contact that prospective students and their parents hope to find throughout the University search process. The Office of Admissions is growing its cadre of ambassadors for Drew to foster the building of such relationships. VAN members help in the following ways:
For more information, contact the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations.