The Fletcher Alumni of Color Association (FACA) works to foster a strong and enduring community among Fletcher alumni of color and to further the interests, welfare, and educational purposes of The Fletcher School. It also serves as a forum to share ideas with current and prospective students and address issues of diversity.
Each year, FACA provides internship grants and scholarships to current students. Additionally, the group hosts career panels and networking events for alumni and current students.
Fletcher Women’s Network unites Fletcher alumnae of all generations and classes to support our professional and personal development and enhance our opportunities to contribute to our local, national and global community. FWN is a volunteer-driven organization governed by an Executive Committee and a Steering Committee of alumnae who represent a variety of graduation years, personal and career paths, and geographies of residence.
The Antonio Cardozo Alumni Scholarship Fund
Antonio de Jesus Cardozo (1903-1984), F1934, was the first student to enroll at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. A native of the Cape Verde Islands, he practiced law in Boston, specializing in international law. He remained an active member of the Fletcher community, attending every Fletcher commencement from 1934 until his death in 1984. The Antonio Cardozo Alumni Scholarship Fund was established in his memory.
Photo Caption: Antonio de Jesus Cardozo, F'34 with Fletcher School Deans Robert L. Stewart and Roscoe Pound (1959). Left to Right - Robert L. Stewart, Roscoe Pound, Antonio de Jesus Cardozo.