Young Alumni Committee chapters being formed

Created: April 19, 2018

Last Updated: September 1, 2020

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Members of the Washington, D.C. Young Alumni Committee (left to right) Dan Martin ’10, John Buffalini ’11, Jeffrey Germak ’14, Cait Quicksell ’12, and Natalie Gill ’16.

With the goal of engaging our most recent graduates, alumni have come together to form Young Alumni Committee chapters in Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C. The groups plan to develop programs and communications tailored to W&J’s newest alumni, including events where Presidents of all ages can meet up and opportunities to speak with current students interested in your career field.

“Having a strong W&J community can help take a bit of the stress away of moving to a new area,” said John Buffalini ’11, a member of the Washington, D.C., committee. “By becoming involved in a Young Alumni Committee chapter, you guarantee that you’ll always have someone to talk to or provide you with advice – whether professionally or personally.”

Be on the lookout for upcoming events sponsored by both chapters of the Young Alumni Committee!

Interested in getting involved with either of the existing chapters or starting one in your area? Contact the Office of Alumni Relations at

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