Board Members 2019-2020
President: Jessica Lee ’88 email@example.com
Jessica Lee is a Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management in Washington, DC. Jessica began her financial career at Legg Mason, Inc.’s Investment Banking Division in 1997 where she was a principal and had primary execution responsibility on private placements, mergers and acquisitions and public offerings. She was also a managing director at Rittenhouse Capital, where she provided corporate finance and due diligence advisory.
Jessica also serves as president of the Washington Wellesley Club and director and executive board vice president of Smyal, where she has served on the board since 2014. She graduated from Wellesley College in 1988 with a bachelor’s degree in English and received her MBA from Boston University with high honors in 1996.
Vice President of Programs: Christina Satkowski ’07 firstname.lastname@example.org
Christina moved to the DC area three weeks after graduating in 2007 and has been active in the Washington Wellesley Club ever since. Christina majored in International Relations at Wellesley and earned a master’s degree at Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service. In 2015, she was awarded Wellesley's Mary Elvira Stevens Fellowship to spend four months in Egypt researching programs for at-risk children. Christina is now a Senior Writer/Editor for the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General, where she focuses on Afghanistan.
Treasurer: Nicole Stinson ‘04 email@example.com
Nicole has been the WWC secretary for a year. She is an Associate General Counsel at the Inter-American Foundation, a small government agency that provides grants to Central American and Caribbean communities. She enjoys participating in DC-area Wellesley Alumnae of African Descent (WAAD) volunteer events and also volunteers as a mentor with the Women’s Bar Association.
Vice President of Membership: Lynne Miller, '73 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lynne graduated from Wellesley in 1973 with a major in biology and received an MS in Zoology from Rutgers University in 1976. She is President of her Wellesley class until 2023. She is on the board of the Wellesley Business Leadership Council. Lynne is a board member of Gannett Fleming, a global infrastructure firm. She was on the board of an S&P 500 utility for 22 years and a bank board for 10 years. Lynne co-founded an environmental engineering and consulting firm which was sold 16 years later. Lynne was a trustee of an independent Episcopal school in Maryland for 6 years. Lynne brings a background in membership, having served as Global Vice Chair of Membership for Women Corporate Directors and worked on membership issues as a board member of a chapter of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO).
Vice President of Admissions: Jessica Urban '06 email@example.com
Jessica Urban is a Trial Attorney in the Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section of the U.S. Department of Justice's Criminal Division. Before serving as a federal prosecutor, Jessica was a litigation associate at Steptoe & Johnson LLP in Washington, DC, where she was active in pro bono work and served on the Hiring Committee. At Wellesley, she double majored in political science and Spanish, served as President of the Mock Trial team and co-captain of Club Soccer, and participated in Glee Club. After receiving her J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and clerking for a federal judge in Philadelphia, she moved to DC, which she is thrilled to now call home. As a passionate advocate for Wellesley since her first year on campus, she has immensely enjoyed being able to share her experience and Wellesley pride with prospective students through the Washington Wellesley Club's Admissions Committee. As Vice President of Admissions, she is looking forward to working with fellow alumnae to reach the next generation of Wellesley students.
Vice President, Media & Communications: Amelia Tam '18 firstname.lastname@example.org
Amelia is a Latin America analyst at Kroll, a due diligence firm. She majored in political science and was a leader in several student organizations, including the Wellesley College Senate, House Council, and Tea Talks, a LGBTQ+ Asian organization. Amelia brings experience organizing and publicizing events for these organizations. She aims to connect the diverse community of DC-area alums to each other through a clear website, engaging social media, and strong personal connections.
Vice President of Shared Interest Groups: Sandra Park '95 email@example.com
Sandra possesses a strong background in diversity and inclusion issues in the workplace. She has served on various diversity committees focusing on outreach, retention, and disability issues. As a dialogue facilitator, Sandra leads workplace discussion groups on topics such as race, privilege and implicit bias in the workplace and has also been involved with Asian American and Pacific Islander and Hispanic resource groups. Sandra’s parents are of Korean descent and emigrated to Brazil, where Sandra lived until she was 12 years old. Sandra has served as an admissions interviewer on the WWC’s Admissions Committee. She also volunteers at the DC Family Court Intake Center and with animal rescue groups.
Immediate Past President: Erin Flannery Keith '05 firstname.lastname@example.org
Erin Flannery Keith, a native of Connecticut, moved to Washington, D.C. in 2009 after graduating from Pace University School of Law. She is an attorney in the Office of Water at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. During law school, internships at various environmental NGOs and federal agencies led her to a career in water law and policy in Washington. Erin also met her husband Brent at Pace Law School. At Wellesley, Erin majored in English and participated in Varsity Crew, the Chamber Music Society, Wellesley-in-Washington, and led the Newman Catholic Ministry. Erin has been the WWC’s Co-Vice President for Programming, Young Alumnae Coordinator, founded the Young Alumnae Book Group, and chaired the Class of 2005’s Five-Year Reunion. The Washington Wellesley Club has been instrumental in helping DC feel like home, and Erin hopes to continue to find creative ways to connect DC area alumnae to each other and the College.