President Hanlon applauds Beattie for her role in enhancing connections between alumni and the College.
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After more than six years of leading Dartmouth’s Office of Alumni Relations and helping to grow alumni engagement to record levels, Vice President Martha Beattie ’76 has decided to retire.
“I have the dream ‘green’ job, and I would leave it only if I had the utmost confidence in the team that remains,” says Beattie. “My enthusiasm for Dartmouth’s future is unflagging, and I think now is a perfect time for my successor to sit in the stroke seat leading into our 250th anniversary year and beyond.”
President Phil Hanlon ’77 applauds Beattie for her role in enhancing the connections between alumni and the College.
“One aspect of Martha’s leadership that always impresses me is her focus on how Dartmouth can and must engage alumni comprehensively in our work—from the classroom to the boardroom and in every setting in between,” President Hanlon says. “She is an outstanding advocate for our alumni, and the Dartmouth community is stronger and broader because of her efforts.”