Past Alumnae/i Events
Trinity’s 125th Anniversary Celebration in Naples, FL – February 25, 2023
View videos, photos, and read about all of the exciting events by visiting the link above.
Prior Years Virtual Events:
Cultivating Inner Voice, Connective Tissues and Threading Visions, the Artwork of Amber Robles-Gordon
Join Amber for an artist talk that focuses on following and cultivating a relationship with one’s inner voice and how that has directed her path thus far. She will highlight projects that exemplify this premise and how that lead to her current solo exhibit featured at American University. View the recording here.
Join Natalie Wilson ’03 for an interactive presentation on branding. We all have challenges in life; however, it’s so important to have the right mindset to make your dreams a reality. It all begins with branding you. With more than 15 years of experience in public relations and marketing, Natalie Wilson is the co-founder of the Black and Missing Foundation (BAMFI). She is also the founder and CEO of NWR Communications Group. Natalie is an award-winning practitioner in the fields of non-profit development, communications, marketing, media relations, digital media, and crisis management. View the recording here.
Your Brand, Your Voice
Join Jennifer Fisher Clay ’07, founder of the Fisher Clay Group, for a dynamic discussion on how to use your brand to drive positive impact and influence social change. She will explore effective methods of advocacy and offer a winning strategy that gives your brand power and purpose. If you are a leader guiding change in your organization, a growing brand seeking social purpose, or a conscious citizen pursuing justice in your community, this talk is for you. Ready to create change?!? Let’s GO! View the recording here.
Amelia and the Volcano Book Discussion with author Sarah Wysocki ’12
Join author Sarah Wysocki ’12 as she discusses her book, Amelia and the Volcano. Amelia and the Volcano is a book that uses the metaphor of an explosive parent as a volcano to share a young child’s experience of living in a tumultuous and sometimes violent home. Amelia and the Volcano is written so kids of all ages can relate and catch a glimpse of what life would be like to live with a volcano. The story reassures children that abuse is never their fault and that they are not alone. View the recording here.
The World Outside Our Door Book Discussion with author Liz Hawkins ’16
Join author Liz Hawkins ’16 as she discusses her book, The World Outside Our Door. It has been five days since her father’s death, and Liz still feels frozen in time. Left with twenty-one years of memories, Liz knows that John Frederick Smith was not a perfect man or father. She loved her father, but his drinking had always been a source of resentment. As she attempts to grapple with her grief and anger, Liz returns to her memories with the hope of finding the answers she so desperately needs. View the event recording here.
Career Mapping and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Join Bernard Coleman, Chief Diversity and Engagement Officer at Gusto, as he talks about what career mapping is and how diversity plays a part in every facet of mapping a professional journey. He will offer a framework for what career mapping entails and offers techniques to help optimize the career journey. View the recorded event here.
Women in Entrepreneurship Panel
Enjoy our panel discussion with entrepreneurs Jasmine Jones ’13, Corinne Cannon ’99,’03, and Courtney O’Neal ’13. Hear their stories of entrepreneurship and learn how to build your brand. View the recorded event here.
Make a Lasting Impression
From Google Meets to your first Zoom interview, we’ll discuss how to make a first and lasting impression. Join Trinity Washington University alumna, communications strategist, and the founder of Courted!, Courtney O’Neal ’13 for a conversation about personal style & professional development. Click here to view this recorded event.
Calming and Grounding in Difficult Times
As we continue to walk through this extraordinarily challenging time, many of us are really struggling and feeling more and more depleted. In this Trinity Talk with Jean Campbell ’83, participants will be provided simple and practical tools to help bring comfort and calm to our bodies, so that we can strengthen our resiliency and move forward. Click here to view this recorded event.
Maximize Your Career Development and Job Search During COVID-19
Learn about maximizing your career development and job search during the global pandemic. We will review different resources to enhance your professional development and networking skills. Also, share useful tips to help you stand out from other candidates when looking for a new opportunity. Click here to view this recorded event.
Virtual Resume Workshop
Need to get a resume ready for the Virtual Career Fair or job hunting? Review useful tips to enhance your resume and stand-out to employers. Learn about ATS (Applicant Tracking System) and how to tailor your resume to the job posting to increase visibility with the recruitment team. Resume templates will be provided. Click here to view this recorded event.
Trinity Talks – Rachel Terlop ’17 Author of Maggie the Moomaid
This event will feature alumna Rachel Terlop ’17 and her children’s book, Maggie the Moomaid. She will discuss how she went through the process of the book’s first steps to getting it published. Rachel is currently an Early Childhood Educator in Virginia. Couldn’t make the event? Watch it here.
A Breath Too Late Book Discussion with Leticia (Rocky) Maya- Callen ’07
Please Join the Alumnae/i Relations department for a reading and discussion of A Breath Too Late by Leticia (Rocky) Maya- Callen ’07! Leticia will answer questions regarding her book and provide a short reading. Couldn’t make the event? Watch it here.
Book Discussion and Reading with Alumna Sharon Charde ’64
Join us for a discussion and reading of Sharon Charde’s ’64 new book, I am not a Juvenile Delinquent: How Poetry Changed a Group of At-Risk Young Women. Sharon will answer questions about why she chose to write this book, read an excerpt from the book, and take your questions. To view this recorded event, please click here.
Keeping Your Financial Wellness in Mind Webinar
Want to learn more about your financial wellness? This recorded session presented by WISR (Women’s Institute for a Secure Retirement) and the SEC will highlight government resources in response to COVID-19 related financial concerns, how to stay focused on your financial future and women’s unique financial challenges. Feel free to learn and watch at your leisure online. Password: XfShPxH4 (Please remember not to share passwords to others that are not Trinity alumnae/i!)
Trinity Virtual Puzzles
Trinity Coloring Pages
Want to be creative? Color one of our Trinity Coloring Pages and tag us on Instagram or comment on Facebook. Show your Trinity pride and take some time for yourself in the process. Coloring Pages can be downloaded below:
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