The Wildcat Hub

The Williston Northampton School alumni office has resumed in-person events, however we will continue to offer ways for you to stay connected (virtually) to your Wildcat community. See below to see our events calendar!

Alumni Class & Affinity Events

The Alumni Office is hosting a series of online get-togethers via Zoom. Join your classmates for a virtual face-to-face event!

From the Homestead

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Wildcats at Work

Professional networking options and resources for our excellent alumni

Join hundreds of alumni at our new professional network and find classmates in the online directory

Find grads in just about any career, all over the world on our Alumni LinkedIn Group

Network and find professional and career support on the Williston Northampton Alumni of Color LinkedIn Group

Alumni Experts

Cover letter, Resume & Job Search Strategies with Sue Colina ’88

Anyone Can Run: From the track to the streets. Sidney Baptista ’05 and Gabby Thomas ’15 talk about how to make running work for you whether you are just starting out or have been running for years.

Northeast Winemaking and Wines: Chuck Tauck ’72 walks you through a year in the life of a Finger Lakes winemaker in the U.S.

The Good News About Aging: Bestselling author Dr. Katharine Cole Esty ’52 is on a mission to dispel myths about aging and share exciting new research. She shares hear how anyone can live a happier, more fulfilling life, despite the challenges of aging and COVID-19, and how attitude is almost as important as circumstances.

The Future of Cannabis, with presenters Shaun Chapman ’98, Director of Government Relations for Weedmaps; and Tori Gates ’10, Director of Operations at NisonCo PR

Robert Grenier ’72 joined a recent all-school assembly to expand on his New York Times opinion piece: “How to Defeat America’s Homegrown Insurgency,” as well as answer questions about his long career in the CIA. The assembly was moderated by Assistant Dean of Students, Kate Garrity.

How to Live Harmoniously in 2021 with Aska Naito ’93
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Tales of Travel Adventures with Anthony Willoughby ’70

David Bates ’71: Reflections on Working with Former President George H. W. Bush 

Bryant McBride ’84 leads a panel discussion on the movie WILLIE: How the descendant of escaped slaves changed hockey forever

Style Session with Merideth Morgan ’03
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Closet Clean-Out with Merideth Morgan ’03
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Turning an Interview into an Offer with Sarah Levine Meyer ’00

Fitness, Nutrition & Self-Care with Merideth Morgan ’03
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Wine Education Talk with Gordon Sullivan ’69
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Cooking a Galette with Laura Bowman ’13
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Podcasting: The Future of Storytelling with Christina Djossa ’10 & Catherine Saint Louis ’92

Photojournalism: Then & Now with Sean Kardon ’79

Cryptocurrencies: Is the Future of Money Digital? with Niels Gjertson ’98

The Latest from Easthampton

Williston continues to take proactive steps to ensure the health and safety of our community, working to support our students and faculty as they navigate these times of uncertainty. We’ve created a COVID-19 resources page to serve as a hub of useful information. Our commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive community where all members feel safe, welcomed, and supported is reflected in our ongoing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion work. Find out more here.

Making a Difference

Shout out to alumni embodying purpose, passion, and integrity by turning their talents toward helping and informing their community! Know someone making a difference in their community or profession? Let us know by emailing so we can recognize their efforts.

Pictured: David Bartlett Bates ’02 and Colleen Thom ’02

Wildcats Create

Shawn Amos ’86
Pat Ingram Bone ’65
Julia Farnham '20 and Tim Farnham '82
Pierce Freelon '02
Gabby Record '17
Tamsin Smith ’84
Calvin Ticknor-Swanson '16
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Wildcats Go Back to Class

Click a class title below to watch a video of one of our “Back to Class” sessions at Reunion 2021.