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Simmons 100-Year Vision Road Show is off to a great start

December 16, 2011

Photo Caption: Alumna Lisa Craig, President Helen Drinan, and her husband David Drinan at the Road Show kick off event this fall

President Helen Drinan's 100-Year Vision Road Show is off to a great start after visiting nine cities in three months. With a successful kick-off event at the Boston Public Library in September, the road show introduces the College's vision for the future to audiences around the country and celebrates our history of innovation and leadership.

"I was proud to showcase Strategy 2015, which is the result of the hard work of the Simmons community," said Drinan of the Boston event.

In addition to Strategy 2015, President Drinan also presents information about The Making Education Work Campaign, which is more than halfway to the $85 million goal. The largest campaign in Simmons history, Making Education Work will help generate new scholarships for students and help make strategic investments for academic programs.

The 100-Year Vision Road Show with President Drinan has several stops remaining in 2012, including from Palm Beach, Florida and Denver, Colorado.