Call for Alumni Engagement from Association President Stephanie McGrath

Call for Alumni Engagement from Association President Stephanie McGrath

Stephanie is wearing a red and white striped shirt under a black blazer. She stands in front of a snowbank with evergreens in the background

Dear Alumni,

As the university evolves to support and make meaningful connections with students, partners, and friends of the university from different perspectives, backgrounds, and geographies, so does the Alumni Association’s approach to supporting one another and those new to the fold.

While the world is full of unknowns, there are some truths we can rely on and use as our guideposts:

  1. We are connected by our shared experience of place and education at King’s.
  2. We believe in the power of learning and education.
  3. We are all uncertain as to what the future will bring.
  4. We all need true friendships.
  5. Everyone needs help getting started.

I believe it is our responsibility as alumni to act on these truths. And so, this year we will be pushing ourselves to arrange and implement more opportunities for connection, networking, and supporting one another and the university.

As students of King’s, we were raised to be great talkers. We talked in the Quad and in the Wardroom. We debated philosophical ideologies over coffee. We orated in The Pit.

This year, I am asking us to also be great doers.

Do attend events. Do donate. Do participate in panels. Do volunteer to organize. Do connect with students looking for advice. Do share stories and posts about the school. Do tell people about King’s.

Through action we will strengthen our network, empower students, and bolster the university’s profile.

Across social networks, the King’s website, and email newsletters, we will spend the year sharing opportunities for all this doing with you. We hope you heed the call.



Stephanie McGrath

Alumni Association President


Possible ways to give and connect

Join us for Alumni Day

make a donation for essential renovations & student assistance

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