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Want to join the LIAA Board?

LIAA is stronger when you are part of the action! If you are interested in getting involved with the LIAA Board, this is your chance. 

There are seven at-large Alumni Term Directors on the LIAA Board, and this year we have three open seats. We are currently accepting nominations for candidates who want to run in elections in May 2024.

Click here to learn more about the Board’s work, roles and responsibilities, how to submit a nomination, and what to expect from the election process.

Introducing Lauder Exchange

We are excited to launch a new pilot initiative - Lauder Exchange.  Lauder Exchange is a marketplace for Lauder alumni to share services and offers, either through corporate discounts,  pro bono assistance, for sale/rent, or other offers.  If you are interested in participating in this program, please submit your offer here. If approved, your offer will be listed here. If you have any questions, please contact laura@lauderlove.com.


Wharton Lifelong Learning and Perry World House

Did you know that Wharton Alumni Affairs holds many in person events and develops webinars on a wide range of topics? Make sure to opt in for communications so you can stay up to date on new programming. See the schedule of upcoming activities here.

The Perry World House is a home for global engagement on Penn’s campus and holds a range of webinars, in person events and learning opportunities.  Many of their programs are of interest to Lauder alumni. To see upcoming programs, click here.

Evening at the House of Lords 

Local Lauder alumni and donors to the Lady Barbara Thomas Judge MBA Fellowship Fund enjoyed a lifelong learning event at the House of Lords in London, October 19th. Lord Bilimoria spoke about the history of the House of Lords, a somber look at current affairs and a more optimistic view on the future of India. Candace Johnson discussed space, satellites and India’s future in space. Attendees had the opportunity to meet, mingle, and enjoy food and drink. Read more here.


New affinity group launched 

We are pleased to announce the launch of our newest affinity group, OutLaud, for LGBTQIA+ Lauderites. It joins our three other recently launched affinity groups: Lauder Women, Black@Lauder and BigTech@Lauder., as well as the Lauder Entrepreneurship Ecosystem (LEE). All have the goal of building and strengthening community and providing support for one another. To learn more, click above.

UPDATE YOUR PROFILE!

Help us to update the entire Lauder database! Please spend a few minutes to update your alumni profile.

Make sure to share your interests by joining some of the new Affinity Groups.

The more robust our information, the more powerful the Lauder community can be!


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We have an app!

We will eventually have our own LIAA-branded app but for now you can search the directory, register for events, and update your profile through the Wild Apricot app. Ignore the branding – it works and will make your mobile life easier! Get the app on Apple or Google.



What a glorious weekend it was! Click here to see the photos; more will be added shortly. 

A huge thank you to our generous sponsors without whom this weekend would not have been possible:

The Lauder Institute
Jo Carole and Ronald S. Lauder
Judy and Leonard A. Lauder

In addition, we'd like to thank Pierre-Alain Rikkers '04 and Teneo for sponsoring the lively and engaging keynote panel discussion.

Thank you to the networking committee for their dedication to bringing new networking opportunities to life: bingo, networking lunches and pre-cocktail happy hours. Thanks to Bryce Goodwin '06 for generously donating Pinhook Bourbon to the winners of networking bingo.  

Thank you to the Pitch-It committee who helped make this competition the best ever with the addition of mentors for each founder and a smoothly run event. Thanks to Denis Zaff ’10 for donating the wine for the winners.

Thank you to the panelists for sharing your expertise and insight.  

And a special shout out to co-chairs Daniel Smith '01 and Deepti Tanuku '10 for their leadership, dedication, and humor.