For the first time since their organization’s inception two years ago, all eight members of the NOW Generation’s Advisory Council gathered under the same roof.
Since her first summer on the grounds in 1987, Chautauqua Institution has been Katie Prechtl Cooke’s “happy place.” “Chautauqua provides…
Last Wednesday, the NOW Generation hosted a reception at the Chautauqua Golf Club. The event served as a platform for Chautauqua leaders, members of the NOW Gen Advisory Council and other NOW Gen members to gather and discuss upcoming events and efforts made on behalf of the group
Adam Birkan | Daily file photo Megan Sorenson, assistant director of the Chautauqua Fund, also serves as staff liaison to the…
At the center of the NOW Generation’s plan to structure itself into a more ambitious and proactive organization is the formation of its new advisory council.
As dusk painted Chautauqua Lake soft hues of orange and purple, NOW Generation members arrived at the Athenaeum Hotel for a chance to speak casually with Army Maj. James Smith, who had lectured about the role of “military millennials” in contemporary America earlier in the week.
With NOW Generation members taking greater strides than ever to ensure Chautauqua Institution’s legacy, Week Two’s theme of “The Next Greatest Generation” couldn’t come at a more relevant time.
The NOW Generation is a group of young Chautauquans in their 20s and 30s who are dedicated to preserving the Chautauqua experience. They do so by investing their time, talents and resources in the Institution. The organization attempts to rally the support of other young adults who share a love and respect for the Institution.
Megan Sorenson, assistant director of the Chautauqua Fund, serves as staff liaison for the group, expressing the NOW Generation’s interests to the Chautauqua Foundation and the Institution at large.