Ayesha Vera Yu ’97: Investing in Kids

Where we end up in life, says Ayesha Vera Yu ’97, is the result of “our background...chance, and choice.” A former investment banker, Vera Yu is now the founder and chief executive of the nonprofit initiative Advancement for Rural Kids or ARK. Ayesha lived in…... » Read more

Jane Hurt ’65: Educating Kids and Their Parents

Jane Hurt ’65 spent the majority of her working life in finance, including stints as an institutional stockbroker, portfolio manager, equity analyst, and mutual funds advisor in London. But impressed by the warm welcome she received and the “can do” attitude the people she met on…... » Read more

Erica Lutes ’02 Named Chief at Fulbright Belgium

Erica Lutes ’02 has been named executive director of the Fulbright  Commission at the US Embassy in Belgium. Fulbright Belgium, also known as the Commission for Educational Exchange, administers several Fulbright Scholarship Programs for citizens of Belgium and Luxembourg. QUARTERLY: Can you give me an…... » Read more

Web extras for “Reverse Culture Shock,” summer 2011 Quarterly

Alumnae essays by international alumnae about experiencing “reverse culture shock” when returning home after MHC continue here. Click on a name to jump to that person’s story. • Gianna Montinola ’80 found it hard to curb her tongue to let others “save face” after returning…... » Read more