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A network of leaders for our community and the world.

The Simmons Alumnae/i network is a diverse, interconnected community of passionate professionals.

No matter your background or career path, if you graduated from Simmons you share a bond with more than 50,000 alumnae/i across the country and all over the world.

 

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The Simmons Magazine

In this issue of the Spring 2022 Simmons Magazine, read about President Lynn Perry Wooten's thoughts on leadership and her vision for the future of Simmons.

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Alums at Reunion

Reunion 2022

This year's Reunion celebration will be held next June 2022 and in honor of classes ending in 2 and 7. Planning is currently in the works so check back for details.

Reunion 2022
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When you make a gift to Simmons, you know you’re making an investment that has long-term benefits. Your gift supports students who, like you, aspire to do great things in their lives and careers.

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Connect With Simmons

Rekindle friendships. Make new business contacts. Connect with kindred spirits.

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Simmons Network

Simmons Network is an online community exclusive to Simmons alumnae/i and students to empower you to connect with each other and build your personal and professional networks.

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Alumnae/i Features

The Simmons Class of 1967

It began as a conversation over Zoom between Class officers Judith Chused Siegel, Janet Trafton Tobin, Frankie Liebermann Busch, Lynne Devnew, and Sandra (Sandy) Lief Garrett, and developed into a special scholarship for first-generation students at Simmons University. Sandy Garrett's...

Autumn Allen ’18MA-MFA

What led you to study children's literature at Simmons? When I started homeschooling my kids, I let them have free access to all books. When I followed the standard recommended reading lists, the books people called "classics" often had a...

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Executive Education

Executive Education is dedicated to working with organizations and individuals to develop more diverse and successful leadership teams that can effectively meet tomorrow’s challenges.

Alumnae/i directory

One of the special things about Simmons alumnae/i is that they want to help other alumnae/i! Our database allows you to connect and network with alums who share your professional interest, or can offer career advice.

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