Successful May Lunch

Last week’s May luncheon proved to be a great success. Newc

omers, guests, and longtime participants seemed to enjoy the company and shared a few sea stories. We had the privilege to have Professor Richard Stoll speak to us on various current events and international relations topics.  Based on the number of questions, his presentation was clearly engaging.

If you weren’t able to make it to this event, we hope to see you next time.

All Academy Challenge

It’s that time of year again.  The All Academy Challenge is only 5 days away. This year’s competition runs from May 16-20 to see which service academy can raise funds from the largest percentage of their alumni.  The donations support the midshipmen with international programs, athletic programs, admissions outreach, the Center for Cyber Security Studies, the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership, and other programs

Last year 6,000 USNA Alumni raised over one million dollars.  Check the All Academy Challenge website for more details on how to participate.

Women’s History Month Speaker Series

The Naval Academy Minority Association (NAMA) Shared Intrest Group (SIG) is hosting a Women’s History Month Speaker Series titled, “Valiant Women of the Vote: Refusing to be Silenced” throughout March. All events are free and will take place remotely over Zoom.  The next event is a conversation with Captain Kathy Helms, Ret., Leadership Development Facilitator at the Office of Personnel Management, on Wednesday, March 17, 2021, at 7:00 EST.

The final event is a talk by Dr. Tracey Nicole Hayes ’92 on Wednesday, March 24.

Check out the link here for more information and to register any of the events in the series.  Come join the conversation and support one of the Naval Academy’s great Shared Intrest Groups.