Building a life of purpose: A conversation with filmmaker and social justice advocate Pam Harris ’92

Apr. 12, 2024, 4:00 p.m.

Rockefeller Hall, Room 300 and Zoom

Since her time at Vassar, social justice advocate and AAVC Spirit of Vassar Award recipient Pam Harris has served as a finance officer for both the UndocuBlack Network and the Movement for Black Lives, has co-directed the award-winning PBS documentary Waging a Living, and currently serves as CFO of the Community Foundation Sonoma County. She plans to return to graduate school in an effort to become a certified public accountant. The many successful pursuits of this remarkable alum are evidence that the ability to learn and adapt throughout one’s lifetime is a key benefit of a Vassar education.

This program will be facilitated by Maybelle Taylor Bennett ’70
AAVC Board and Alum Recognition Committee member

Attend in person or on Zoom. Reception to follow.

A portrait of Pam Harris standing outside on a deck with plants and trees all around.
Pam Harris ’92 
Photo: Courtesy of the subject