William Penn University Alumni Association
The object of the association will be to maintain and strengthen the ties and interests that unite those who have attended William Penn University in order to serve, to support and to uphold the university in its mission
The William Penn University Alumni Association (AA) was rebuilt in 2009 on the foundation of service. The organization exists to serve our valued alumni and maintain open communication—recent and long past, near and far. With this objective in mind, the Board of the AA comprises of alumni who have been traditional, as well as nontraditional, Penn students of various graduation years. The AA continues to look for new opportunities to further engage alumni and bring ongoing value to its member group.
Ways to Serve
William Penn University is blessed with great, diverse and enthusiastic alumni. There are a number of ways a William Penn Alum can assist William Penn University. The WPU Alumni Association has several ways you can connect with fellow alums and current students. We encourage you to volunteer, share your experiences and time with fellow alums and current students!
Types of volunteer options:
- Serve as a WPU Alumni Officer
- Serve as a member of the WPU Alumni Council
- Assist with the coordination of WPU Alumni Association events
- Student Move-In Day
- Commencement Blue & Gold Ceremony
- Iowa State Fair
- Host & Assist at Tailgates
- Homecoming events
- Office Mailings & Projects
- Class Agent
If you would like to volunteer or want more information, please contact Marsha Riordan at 641-673-1045 or email@example.com.
Alumni Association Officers
Ruth Neubert '04 — Interim President
Terry Reed '11 and '13–Executive Vice President
Jim Kobus '79–Vice President
Kyle Van Ausdall '84–Secretary/Treasurer
Andy Davidson '79 — Alumni/Public Relations Coordinator
Jason VanWyk '08–Past President
Martha Kroese '77
Kim Roozeboom '84
Connie Sheesley '68
Jodi Steinlage '06
Aaron O'Brien '05
James Hayward '08
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