Letter from Josh Bauchner ’95
The Wheaton Alumni community is composed of dedicated, kind, hard-working individuals who strive every day to improve the world. Every year, the Recognition Committee and Nomination Committee are charged with two of the most enjoyable responsibilities of the Alumni Board of Directors:
- Acknowledge deserving members of the Wheaton alumni community with public recognition of their commitment to their professional lives, the Wheaton community, and/or the larger community.
- Selecting new Alumni Board Members to serve in a variety capacities in a volunteer role. ABD members are an integral part in the support and continued success of Wheaton College.
When making a nomination, please be as thorough as possible about your knowledge of the nominee. We welcome self-nominations as well! It only takes a few minutes to fill out the form, but the impact is immeasurable.
Josh Bauchner ’95
President Alumni Association
Nominate a classmate or fellow alumna/us for a leadership position on the Alumni Board. The Board is a representation of the alumni to the Wheaton Community and Administration.
Alumni awards help to recognize the hard work and dedication of individuals within their community and to Wheaton.
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The Alumni Relations team and the Alumni Board of Directors are asking you to share interesting news and stories about yourself or fellow alumni.
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Joshua Kelly ’17 continues to make strides in the field of local government. On February 9, he was appointed town manager of Winchester, Conn.
Focused on creative support
Professor Patrick Johnson hired his former students Keegan Douglass ’20 and Dominick Torres ’20, film and new media studies majors, to work on a wide range of video projects on campus during the fall semester.
Providing a lifeline in tough times
At Neighborhood Falmouth in Massachusetts, helping older adults with a variety of errands and services has always been the focus. During the pandemic, the nonprofit has become an even more critical lifeline, said Susan Loucks ’80, who is the executive director.