"Know that where you go and how you get there can be very different from what you envisioned, and that’s OK."
In "retirement," she's continued work toward improving communities by strengthening their nonprofits.
Hundreds of Flat Athenas have been circulating in every corner of the globe as part of Project Mawrter.
A prized collection of books from Wen and Connie Fong '55 donated to the College focuses on the history of Chinese and East Asian art.
She is one of the nation's foremost experts on commercial district revitalization, downtown economics, and related business development.
"I believe that film and television are one of the most powerful ways we have for enacting social change."
She has conducted pioneering research on jury behavior, public opinion and the death penalty, and eyewitness identification.