A Sense of Pride
Ken Rosenfeld is something special—a history teacher, dorm head, head coach of WSC & VWS swimming and diving, Perry Teaching Award winner, and previously lead class advisor, international student advisor and assistant director of admission and financial aid. And though this is all true (and not a complete list), his list of responsibilities isn’t what makes Ken special. In fact, at Webb his list of responsibilities is not unique. Ken is special for two reasons—his positive energy and infectious enthusiasm for working with teenagers is unrivaled, and he is now the first Dean of Campus Life to open and lead programming for the New Hooper Community Center.
The new Hooper Community Center is now open for business—fully reimagined and renovated. A community hub for living and learning at the center of campus, it offers a space for the whole community to gather. The new Centennial Plaza extends programming into the great outdoors.
Blake ’68 and Andrea Brown were leadership donors to the project, and Blake is a member of both the Board of Trustees and the Executive Campaign Committee. Praising the community-wide response to supporting the project, Blake said, “We are so thankful for all the contributions made by donors, the Webb team, architects and contractors. What a wonderful job in integrating the past with today’s modern conveniences.”