The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

The Rockefeller Center Board of Visitors' Spring Meeting

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Jessica Todtman ’07 (not pictured), Amanda Brown ’07, Jessica Guthrie ’10, Joanna Pucci ’10, and Brian Freeman ’11 at the BoV Spring Meeting. (Photo by Sam Williamson)

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Board member, Lisa Friel '79, with students during the BoV reception in Hinman Forum. (Photo by Phil Son '16)

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Board member, Libby Roberts '79, with students during the BoV reception in Hinman Forum. (Photo by Phil Son '16)

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Board of Visitors Tim Harrison '78 and Kim Ogden '84. (Photo by Hung Nguyen '18)

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The Rockefeller Center Board of Visitors (BoV) convened this month for their biannual meeting. The BoV is comprised of Dartmouth College alumni who serve as advisors to the Director of the Center. Drawing from a wide range of backgrounds, the members represent academia, business, non-profit organizations, and the law.

The Board uses its time while back on campus to gain further insight on current events, such as the new house system, and to meet with faculty and staff members who collaborate on a daily basis with the Center.

This month the Board also invited the following five young alumni back to campus: Amanda Brown ’07 is the Executive Director of the National Women’s Business Council; Brian Freeman ’11 is a Senior Analyst in the Social and Economic Policy Division of Abt Associates; Jessica Guthrie ’10 is the Managing Director, Teach Leadership Development at Teach for America-Dallas Fort Worth; Joanna Pucci ’10 is currently working on a dual Master’s in Public Policy from the Kennedy School of Government and a Master’s in Business Administration from Harvard Business School; and Jessica Todtman ’07 is the Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy at The State University of New York.

These individuals shared with members the impact Rocky programs have had on their professional growth as well as leadership capabilities. Their insights are extremely valuable, both to inform the Center’s work and program development.

Additionally, during their visits to campus each fall and spring, the Board takes time to meet with students during a reception held in Hinman Forum.

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