Past New York Wellesley Club President Brooke Bryant '03 Awarded Wellesley College's Sed Ministrare Volunteer Award!
The Alumnae Association created the Sed Ministrare Volunteer Award to honor and celebrate outstanding volunteer service to Wellesley College.
Sed Ministrare Award
This award is given to an alumna whose volunteer service has made an impact to Wellesley College. The Sed Ministrare Volunteer Award is for alumnae who have made significant or innovative contributions, shown superior performance and leadership, or have exceptionally embodied the motto, “Non Ministrari sed Ministrare.” The outstanding efforts of these women fulfill the Alumnae Association’s mission of keeping alumnae connected to one another and to the College. The award is presented annually at Alumnae Leadership Council.
Brooke Bryant ‘03
Over the last six years, Brooke has been a volunteer extraordinaire for the New York Wellesley Club. She first served as membership chair, increasing membership by 100% in her first year and a total of 250% by the end of her tenure, and then serving as club president, steering the club to become a model organization that all clubs should strive to emulate. As president, her first order of business was to organize the club’s 125th anniversary celebration; she led the club through 18 months of intense planning culminating in an overwhelmingly successful, day-long celebration with over 400 alumnae in attendance. In addition to her club activities, Brooke served as the Durant Chair for her class, applying her organizational and goal-driven talents to form a committee of dedicated volunteers who garnered a total of 19 Durant donors for the class of 2003’s 10th year reunion. The time and effort Brooke has put into both the class of 2003 and the New York Wellesley Club have led to a surge in donations and alumnae engagement for Wellesley College.
Learn about the other two winners and read more here.