In Pursuit of Excellence 

Dartmouth College Recognizes with Deep Appreciation the Extraordinary Achievements of 

Jennifer Hee ’95
2017 President of the Year – 25 Years Out and Younger

When Jennifer Hee became class president in July 2015, she made it her class’s long-term goal to win Class of the Year. In her first year in office, the Class of 1995 won a Special Recognition award for “Thoughtful and Effective Communications” and in just her second year as president, Jennifer propelled the Class of 1995 to Class of the Year.

Jennifer’s dedication to Dartmouth began as soon as she arrived on campus. As an undergraduate, she was a member of Dodecaphonics, Dartmouth Chamber Singers, and the Tucker Foundation, and she participated in study abroad programs in both France and Spain. In 1995 Jennifer graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a degree in French.

After leaving Dartmouth, Jennifer earned a Master of Arts in Teaching from Boston College and achieved her lifelong dream of becoming a high school teacher. She now lives in East Walpole, MA, with her husband Corwin and their two sons, Alexander and Jason.

Jennifer has served Dartmouth and the Class of 1995 in many capacities as an alumna. Prior to becoming president of the great Class of 1995, she served as a class officer in 2010 and as co-chair for her 20th reunion.

Under Jennifer’s leadership, the Class of ’95 executive committee has made impressive gains in improving its communications and engaging its members. In the past two years the Class resurrected a previously defunct newsletter under the moniker “The GreenLine”; and developed new initiatives such as “95 Acts of Kindness,” which encourages classmates to improve their communities by completing acts of kindness, and the “Empathos Committee,” which helps classmates facing a life-altering event. With Jennifer at the helm, the Class of 1995 has also set the standard for dues participation and total dues collected among classes 25 years out and younger, and it has put on an impressive mini-reunion campaign spanning 10 unique cities in 2017.

Jennifer sets lofty goals for her class and works tirelessly with her executive team to meet these objectives. Although Jennifer may have accomplished her goal of winning Class of the Year, don’t expect the Class of 1995 to slow down.

It is with great pride that the Class Officers Association Executive Board honors Jennifer with the 2017 Class President of the Year Award.