Agnes Scott College 2018-2019 Fall and Winter Donor Events

Agnes Scott is exceptional because of the loyalty of our tremendous donors. We proudly recognize their achievements at multiple special events throughout the year. See photos and videos below from the 2018 President's Dinner and the 2019 Founder's Club Luncheon. Learn more about donor recognition now! 


Founder's Club Luncheon
February 22, 2019 | Agnes Scott College

On Friday, February 22, members of The Founder’s Club at Agnes Scott College gathered in the Anna I. Young Alumnae House for the Founder’s Club Luncheon. Donors heard from students, staff and President Leocadia I. Zak about the power of their philanthropy. The Founder's Club is part of The Tower Circle Society Recognition Clubs, and recognizes donors that have given $5,000-$9,999.

The student speakers, Amirah Clarke ’21 and Noor Kabakibou ’22, are both legacy students, having had a family member (or members) attend Agnes Scott in the past. Clark, a neuroscience major with a leadership specialization, explained how the Agnes Scott Honor System is shaping her life, while Kabakibou, majoring in mathematics and chemistry, demonstrated how the Agnes Scott community has connected her to resources needed to pursue her life’s mission of helping refugees.

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President's Dinner
November 9, 2018 | Agnes Scott College

Agnes Scott's most prestigious donor recognition event was held on Nov. 9, 2018. Members of The President’s Club, The George Washington Scott Club and The Agnes Scott Club spent the evening in the newly renovated, LEED Platinum-certified Rebekah Scott Hall, with a reception in the Elizabeth Kiss Welcome Center and dinner in the Woltz-Garretson Great Room. Seven new members were inducted into The 1889 Society, and attendees were treated to a welcome from President Leocadia I. Zak, a SUMMIT update from Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College Kerry Pannell, and a talk on leadership from Student Government Association Vice President Briana Barnett '20.

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