Class of 2001
2021 Reunion Campaign Report
See how you and your classmates made a difference
The 2021 class reunion campaigns have wrapped up, and we’ve tallied the results!
399 members of the Class of 2001 gave gifts and pledges to support undergraduate education, financial aid, groundbreaking research, and so much more.
We can’t thank you enough for your generosity and commitment. Your gift is supporting those who are learning, researching, and helping Stanford drive positive change in the world.
Committee Member and Volunteers
A special thank you to the Class of 2001 reunion campaign committee:
Courtney Carter Charney
Kathleen Grey McCarthy
Margaret Osborn Munzig
Marje Soova Armstrong
Katharine Read Beamer
Hector Calderon, Jr.
She-Rae Chen Descamps
Shalyn Brand Eason
Jennifer W.L. Kheng
Andrea Wendt Olson
Nadia Johnson Rawlinson
Rae Eun Sung
Class of 2001 Honor Roll
Find your name on our class roll.
Class of 2001 reunion campaign results
These figures include gifts and pledges made between January 1, 2021, and December 31, 2021, as well as some extraordinary gifts given in support of reunion outside the calendar year.
We also acknowledge and thank those classmates who are members of the Founding Grant Society because they have included a future gift to Stanford in their estate plans. These future gifts have been arranged through bequests, charitable remainder trusts, charitable gift annuities, and other forms of deferred gifts. You can find your name on the Founding Grant Society roll.
If you don’t see your name on the list, have included Stanford in your estate plan but not yet let us know, and/or believe you should be included as a member because of a future gift in your estate plans, please contact the Office of Planned Giving.
($2 million goal)
gifts through The Stanford Fund
added to class honor rolls
Why I gave
I reflect on my Stanford experience with immense gratitude for the opportunities to think deeply, explore broadly, and cultivate lifelong friendships. I am committed to supporting Stanford’s efforts to educate students of all backgrounds, promote interdisciplinary research, and address the challenges of our time through creativity and innovation.
Matthew Tsang, ’01