As she prepares in the midst of a pandemic to become the first female president in the 115-year history of Rotary International’s 115-year history, Jennifer Jones (BA 1991) has people around the world looking to her for leadership in unprecedented times.
A breast cancer survivor and entrepreneur who founded an award-winning production company, she knows how to pivot and adapt to change.
Read the full story in View magazine, published by the Office of Public Affairs and Communications.
This edition also features stories on:
- a generous gift from the Don Rodzik Foundation to advance the Transforming Windsor Law capital campaign;
- research in the sciences, engineering, law and psychology exploring the COVID-19 pandemic; and
- accomplishments and updates of alumni from around the globe.
It’s the first all-digital edition of the publication, says editor Dylan Kristy.
“We’re making a departure with an entirely new format that we anticipate will translate well to online readership,” he says.