More than 135 alumnae volunteer leaders returned to campus in November for a professional development program to enhance their abilities to perform their roles on Barnard’s behalf. Thursday working dinners targeted regional club leaders, class officers, and fund raisers; Friday’s sessions shared information about the College’s needs, priorities, and initiatives. Professor Jose Moya addressed the current debate about immigration. Delegates learned how Barnard students embrace mentoring, civic engagement programs, and internships. “No matter what we do as devoted and dedicated volunteers,” said Leadership Assembly chair Merri Rosenberg ’78, “it’s all for the students. The funds we raise, the alumnae connections we strengthen, the support we provide for faculty and administration—every effort supports the enduring legacy of Barnard in selecting and developing talented young women.”