Students at Family Weekend
Sunday, October 27, 2019
11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Lewis-Sebring Commons, Valentine Hall

Amherst College women of color alumnae and students are invited to join us during Homecoming weekend for the Women of Color Brunch, an event organized by students and staff to celebrate our community. This year's program will focus on forging connections, providing an opportunity for casual conversation and networking.

The brunch will feature keynote speaker Adrienne White-Faines '82, MA, FACHE, in conversation with Ann Guo '20 and Camille Polk '21. White-Faines is a healthcare executive committed to improving health equity across populations, most recently serving as CEO of the American Osteopathic Association (AOA), a national medical education accreditation and physician association representing more than 150,000 physicians and medical students in the US. White-Faines previously served as vice president and chief health officer at the American Cancer Society, Illinois Division, as a healthcare strategy consultant, and in leadership roles within prominent hospitals in Chicago and New York City.

All women of color, including transgender and cisgender women as well as people who identify as women in addition to another identity, are welcome to attend.

Space is limited, so please register to let us know if you plan to attend!

The Women of Color Homecoming Brunch is sponsored by the Multicultural Resource Center, the Women's and Gender Center and the office of Alumni and Parent Programs.


Questions about the Women of Color Homecoming Brunch? Contact Alumni and Parent Programs at alumni@amherst.edu or 413-542-5900.