Giving
2018-2019 Digital Impact Report

Annie Wands '01

Alumna

I was in the unique position of being one of the first classes, where we really got to decide what traditions we wanted to start. It’s great to see which traditions have continued on at Archer, and which ones the newer classes have taken, and changed, and grown.

When I was leaving college, I realized that as one of the first classes graduating out of Archer, it was our job to create that sense of community. I really want to make sure that not only do I give back financially to Archer, but also give back with my time and effort.

I hope Archer continues to teach women to innovate and to be ok with being the only woman in the room sometimes. I hope we continue not only to be a liberal arts school but that we push and innovate in all areas of education. I love being able to say that I volunteer for and work with an organization that empowers women to learn and supports them in having their own voice.
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