AAVC Spotlight

Rebecca Wolitz Sirbu ’94

Throughout 2021, the College has celebrated the 150th anniversary of the Alumnae/i Association of Vassar College by highlighting a few of Vassar’s most notable alums. The series concludes with this profile of Rabbi Rebecca Sirbu.

Adam Kalkin Museum

In celebration of its 150th year, AAVC is highlighting some notable alums. Adam Kalkin is an artist and architect who doesn’t just think outside the box—he completely reimagines it.

Jon Fisher ’94

As AAVC celebrates its 150th year, we are highlighting a few notable alums—this month, Silicon Valley entrepreneur Jon Fisher, a self-described “ideas guy” who founded his first tech company before he had even graduated.

Peggy Ann Nagae ’73 is a lawyer with a passion for social justice.

This year, the alumnae/i association, AAVC, turns 150. Throughout 2021, the College will be celebrating this anniversary by highlighting a few of Vassar’s most notable alumnae/i in architecture, arts, business, education, entertainment, health care, humanitarian efforts, law, social justice, and technology.

Barbara Warne Newell

This year, the alumnae/i association, AAVC, turns 150. Throughout 2021, the College will be celebrating this anniversary by highlighting a few of Vassar’s most notable alumnae/i in architecture, arts, business, education, entertainment, healthcare, humanitarian efforts, law, social justice, and technology.

Beverly Moran and Ezekiel Edwards Headshots

This year, the alumnae/i association, AAVC, turns 150. Throughout 2021, the College will be celebrating this anniversary by highlighting a few of Vassar’s most notable alumnae/i in architecture, arts, business, education, entertainment, healthcare, humanitarian efforts, law, social justice, and technology. This month, we focus on two alumnae/i attorneys who are working to create a more just society.

Kabira Stokes ’99 and Lydia Mendoza ’11

This year, the alumnae/i association, AAVC, turns 150. Throughout 2021, the College will be celebrating this anniversary by highlighting a few of Vassar’s most notable alumnae/i in architecture, arts, business, education, entertainment, healthcare, humanitarian efforts, law, social justice, and technology. For Earth Month, we focus on two alumnae who have dedicated themselves to bettering the planet’s environment while creating opportunity for all.

Joseph Bertolozzi performing on a bridge

This year, the alumnae/i association, AAVC, turns 150. Throughout 2021, the College will be celebrating this anniversary by highlighting a few of Vassar’s most notable alumnae/i in architecture, arts, business, education, entertainment, healthcare, humanitarian efforts, law, social justice, and technology.

Petero Sabune ’77

Throughout a wide-ranging career in the Episcopal priesthood, Rev. Canon Petero Sabune ’77 has tackled issues as global as the acceptance of women priests in Africa and as local as the food insecurity of his neighbors in Mount Vernon, NY.