Brandeis Alumni, Family and Friends

Boston

Group photo of alumni at Greater Boston Holiday Reception in 2020
More than 125 guests filled the Boston Public Library's beautiful and historic Guastavino Room for the Alumni Club of Greater Boston's 20th annual holiday reception in December 2019.

The Alumni Club of Greater Boston serves the more than 14,000 Brandeisians who live in central and eastern Massachusetts, Rhode Island and southern New Hampshire. The club hosts a variety of programs throughout the year including:

  • Faculty and alumni speakers
  • Professional networking opportunities
  • Family-friendly programs
  • Athletic events
  • Performing arts events
  • Lawyers Network events
  • BOLD events and more!

Whether you are new to the region or have lived here for many years, we welcome you to join our regional leadership team to plan programs that will bring Brandeisians together. Please connect with us through our Facebook group.

Join Us

February 7, 2023
Showbiz@Deis: Film and TV Networking Lounge
Arts Alumni Network | Online
February 8, 2023
2023’s Political Theater - Policy, Perspectives, and What’s Next
Lawyers Alumni Network | Alumni Club of Greater Boston
February 12, 2023
Coachella Wine and Cheese Gathering
Alumni Club of Southern California

Meet Our Regional Leadership Team

Steven H. Levine ’90

Alumni Club of Greater Boston, Co-President

Acton, Massachusetts
Principal/Economic Consultant, The Brattle Group
Hanna Switlekowski ’13
Hanna Switlekowski ’13

Alumni Club of Greater Boston, Co-President

Sharon, Massachusetts
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Favorite Brandeis Professor: Jonathan D. Sarna ’75, MA’75

Favorite Place on Campus: Mandel Humanities Center, I loved studying outside on the deck with friends and watching the changing light colors at night. It was such a cool addition to campus!

Favorite Brandeis Memory: Spending Friday night Shabbat with my friends. Each week, we’d get dressed up, some of us would go off to services, either BUCO or Baruch, and then we all would gather for dinner in Upper Sherman, & take up usually an entire table. I loved our conversations and hearing the entire community also join in song. After dinner, my friends & I would hang out, play games, watch a movie and sometimes bake!

I volunteer because Brandeis is not just a University to me, but a community for life, which has fostered close friendships, mentors, and the special bond of alumni. It’s important to me to give back to the place that shaped my academic & professional career. The alumni board community is also such a fun, diverse group of Brandeisians whom I continue to learn from all the time.