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Northeast Chapters


The Delaware Chapter is comprised of about 75 alumni living in Delaware, many of whom are in or near Wilmington. In the past, the Delaware Chapter has hosted Happy Hour events, picnics, and cookouts.

Chapter President: Ronald B. Brown ’00




Long Island

The W&L Long Island Chapter is for alumni residents of New York’s Long Island. Events are often co-organized with the New York City Chapter and/or the Westchester-Fairfield Chapter. Successful events have included Clay Shooting and Summer Send-off. There are more than 150 alumni members.

Chapter Co-Presidents: Scott and Catherine Willard ’96





The majority of these alumni live in the Harrisburg-York-Lancaster areas – part of beautiful Amish Country. The Keystone has regular meetings, and also has organized a trip to watch the W&L Men’s soccer team play. There are about 200 members.

Chapter President: Edward L. Stinnett ’05

Chapter Facebook Page




New England

The New England Chapter is made up primarily of alumni who live in the Greater Boston area, but includes Rhode Island, Southern New Hampshire, and Southern Maine. Events provide great networking opportunities and a chance to meet new people. There are over 500 alumni in the New England Chapter.

Chapter President: Colin E. Murphy ’03

The New England Chapter is centered around the Greater Boston Metro Area












New York Chapter

Our New York City Chapter is one of our biggest and most active, comprised of alumni who live in Brooklyn, Staten Island, Queens, Manhattan and the Bronx. Frequently graduates from the Westchester-Fairfield, Northern New Jersey, and Long Island Chapters attend NYC Chapter events. The Chapter holds events of all shapes and sizes, highlighted by its annual “NYC Fancy Dress” and “Cocktails on the Met Rooftop.” The chapter also collaborates with alumni chapters from other universities for large events like the “Schools of the South” party in July 2011. There are over 800 alumni in the NYC Chapter.

Chapter President: Matthew L. Wotiz ’99

Chapter Facebook Page

Chapter LinkedIn Group




Northern New Jersey

The Northern New Jersey Chapter is for alumni who live in or near Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Passaic, Somerset, Sussex, Union, and Warren counties. One of our most active chapters, the NNJ leadership team hosts an annual Kentucky Derby party, and has a well-attended Summer Send-off event each year. There are about 500 W&L graduates in the chapter.

Chapter President: Stephanie Wolfe ’99

Chapter Blog




Philadelphia Chapter

The Philadelphia Chapter is a vibrant and exciting group. Recent events include a Cocktail Reception and Cruise aboard the Spirit of Philadelphia, and a Summer Send-off event at a Phillies game. Regular chapter meetings are held for leadership and interested alumni. The Philly Chapter also hosts a reception for the participants of the Shepherd Poverty Internship Program at the end of each summer. The 700 members in the Philadelphia Chapter reside in the city and the surrounding counties.

Chapter President: Daniel W. Ingersoll ’02

Chapter Blog

The Philadelphia Chapter is one of the most active











Pittsburgh Chapter

Over 140 alumni members also includes alumni who live in Morgantown, West Virginia. Each year the chapter holds a reception for accepted students as part of the Alumni Admissions Program (AAP). In 2010 the chapter held an event called “An Evening River Cruise On the Gateway Clipper” in an effort to honor the W&L Heinz Scholars.

Chapter President: Brian P. Fagan ’87





The Westchester-Fairfield Chapter includes alumni in Greenwich, Stamford, White Plaines, and the surrounding areas. Alumni in the Westchester-Fairfield chapter are benefited by their proximity to the NYC Chapter and New England Chapter, and as such, members are often found gathering with those groups. The Chapter and its leaders are passionate about helping young alumni and current students lay the groundwork for high level careers in all industry sectors.

Chapter President: Noah F. Rhodes ’04

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