Press Releases

Bridget Baker ’82 Honored for Groundbreaking Work by Cable Hall of Fame

Pitzer College Trustee Bridget Baker ’82, a cable industry pioneer who co-founded CNBC, will be inducted into the Cable Hall of Fame on November 15, 2021. The Cable Hall of Fame recognizes innovative leaders who have shaped and advanced the cable industry. The Cable Center named Baker to its Hall of Fame in 2020 but postponed the induction ceremony due to COVID-19. Other industry leaders who will be honored during the virtual event, which will air on C-SPAN3, include CNN founder Ted Turner, CNN President Jeff Zucker, and Urban One founder Cathy Hughes.
October 29, 2021
Spotlights

Alumna Diane Shammas ’75 Honored with the Alex Odeh Memorial Award

Pitzer College alumna Diane Shammas ’75 received the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee’s Alex Odeh Memorial Award on October 9, 2021. The ADC honored Shammas as an activist, scholar, and philanthropist, citing her work in Gaza, her research on the experiences of Arab and Muslim American college students, and her generosity as a donor to a variety of causes.
October 29, 2021
Press Releases

Pitzer College Names Susan Feniger ’76 and Adrian Brandon ’15 its 2021 Alumni Award Recipients

Each year, Pitzer College recognizes individuals who exemplify the College’s core values in their profession and in their community. This year, Susan Feniger ’76 and Adrian Brandon ’15 have been named as Pitzer's 2021 Alumni Award Recipients. Last year's honorees Romarilyn Ralston and Steven Liang will also be recognized during this year's Alumni Weekend Celebration.
March 31, 2021