It is springtime in Philadelphia and here at Wharton, our annual traditions look a bit different this year. We are celebrating Class of 2021 graduates with Keynote Conversations online and reuniting MBA classes through Reunion@Home. Within the Global Clubs Network, we continue to see innovative programming online and the first signs of in-person programming internationally. In this edition of our Network Newsletter, I hope you will find inspiration and opportunities, no matter where your club is located.
All the best,
Kelly Lauersen Senior Associate Director Wharton Global Clubs
We are pleased to announce our 2020 State of the Clubs report! This report recognizes the achievements of the past year and provides important benchmarking data to help you take your club to new heights. Use it as a tool to compare best practices, learn from your peers, and celebrate the incredible power of the Wharton network.
NOTEWORTHY FROM THE NETWORK
Looking for new, creative ways for alumni to meet and connect, the Wharton Club of Dallas-Fort Worth sponsored some friendly competition amongst their members. Check out their Post-Election Portfolio Game to learn more!
Supporting local business and uniting Wharton foodies, the Wharton Clubs of Philadelphia and New York are hosting panel events with local restauranteurs to discuss the industry’s latest at a local level.
Caroline Dahllof, WG’09 — Wharton Alumnae Founders & Funders Association
Shannon Grant, WEV’07 — Wharton Alumnae Founders & Funders Association
Mona Kadouh, G’18, WG’18 — Wharton Club of the Middle East & North Africa
Rajan Merchant, W’01 — Wharton Club of Charlotte
Stefanus Hadiwidjaja, WG’10 — Penn & Wharton Club of Indonesia
Wharton Club of the Middle East & North Africa Annual Iftar Celebration
Wharton Club of Beijing International Women’s Day Panel