WAAM (Wellesley Alumnae & Affiliates in Multimedia) is a
creative "think tank", a playground for the imagination, and a knowledge center
for Wellesley and MIT alumni. WAAM seeks to inspire and foster alumni project
collaboration and independent experimentation in multimedia and other creative
disciplines. Above all else, WAAM is a philosophy on life --
a passion for pioneering new forms of expression, a choice to create.
Officially founded by Wellesley College alumna Janet Si-Ming Lee
'98 during the summer of 2000, WAAM initially started as a subclub
of WCAB (Wellesley College Alumnae of Boston). However, today WAAM
welcomes all Wellesley and MIT alumni and affiliates worldwide.
WAAM members join for numerous reasons: to collaborate with
other enterprising individuals on multimedia-related projects,
to discuss and share poetry, to exchange ideas and elicit feedback
from peers, to network for contract work, to reinforce their
own determination to experiment creatively. You may be a writer,
project manager, digital artist, performance artist, music connoisseur,
technology buff, philosopher, pencil-doodler, entrepreneur,
project visionary... you have a drive to create, to make an impact...
you may be a WAAMer.
Join WAAM now
and leave your mark today...