"I really believe women have a special commitment to make the world a better place," said Congresswoman Nita Lowey (D-NY) '59. "Being part of this all-woman network, working to improve life for others, is part of the Mount Holyoke tradition."
When prominent alumnae in public service gather on campus November 5-7 for the Women Leading in Public Service Summit, they came offering advice and encouragement. But most of all, they offered an invitation to join them at the table of power. Read more in MHC News.