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Zoe Timms '93

Zoe Timms '93 founded the Women's Education Project, which makes higher education accessible to young women living in poverty worldwide by putting in place financial, academic and social support structures.
Zoe Timms '93 founded the Women's Education Project (WEP), which makes higher education accessible to young women living in poverty worldwide by putting in place financial, academic and social support structures.The New York-based Women's Education Project was established in 2002, and is a 501(C)(3) foundation with four locations in South India.

Timms received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1997, and was awarded their"Forward Under 40 Award" in 2009Timms was honored with Dana Hall's Distinguished Young Alumna Award in 2011.
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    "I love playing basketball at Dana. Our team is really like a family, and we’ve grown so much over the three years I’ve been on the team. My freshman year I never would have thought that we would be able to win the EIL league, but this past winter we did! What makes the team so great is how we look out for each other on and off the court. My teammates are my biggest supporters and it’s always great when we get to welcome new members onto the team. I can’t wait to be captain next year."
    -Stephanie '18