Committee Descriptions

Mark Penaroza '02
The Admission Committee facilitates alumni participation at college fairs and other admission- related events, such as assisting with regional interviews and programs. It seeks to provide volunteer opportunities in which alumni share their past experience as Puget Sound students with prospective students and their families. Sign up to volunteer today to help enroll the class of 2019!

Affinity Groups  
Steve White '68
The Affinity Groups Committee works to reconnect alumni based on their shared experience in various clubs, organizations, and academic fields. Examples of these affinity groups include, but are not limited to, Greek organizations, athletic groups, ASUPS and its interest groups, Black Student Union, Adelphians and other performance arts groups.

Alumni Fund 
Chair: Heidi Schooley '97
Members of the Puget Sound Alumni Fund Committee serve as class representatives and assist in the fund raising efforts for the Puget Sound Alumni Fund by seeking unrestricted contributions from classmates in support of the university's annual operating budget.

Chair: Allison Kalalau '03, MAT '04
The Athletics Committee is the leadership group for the broader Logger Club. Its mission is to celebrate and support the efforts and accomplishments of Logger student athletes through recognition, fund raising, and volunteer assistance. 

Career and Employment Services  
Andrea Tull '02
The Alumni Council Career and Employment Services (CES) Committee fosters a culture in which alumni are readily available to assist current students with career issues, supplementing and complementing the CES Office with resources to support students as they align with and compete for opportunities leading to satisfying professional lives.

Class Programs  
 Ted Meriam '05
The Class Programs Committee is the leadership group for class reunion volunteers. All reunion planning committee members are part of the Class Programs network which works to ensure that alumni are in contact with and updated about their classmates and that the celebrations of these connections - Summer Reunion Weekend - is a memorable and enjoyable event for all.

Regional Clubs  
Deb Crawford '80
The Regional Clubs Committee is comprised of regional club captains who live in the geographic regions in which the university has the highest concentration of Puget Sound alumni. The committee's mission is to create a vibrant alumni community, foster continuing relationships, and enable lifelong learning through the planning and implementation of events and other programming.

Student Alumni Association 
Alana Levine-Gorelick '17
The Student Alumni Association is comprised of students who work together to create a legacy of involvement and engagement among their fellow Loggers. This is established through fun class events, activities that bring alumni and students together, community service opportunities, and other similar initiatives.