Eileen (Brosnan) Weston reveals that “Holy Names gave me something that I didn’t realize until many years later. The nuns had taught our all-female student body that we could be anything and do anything. And as I look back, I can now appreciate that the nuns were always on the cutting edge, at the forefront of disciplines. For instance, right after World War II, an HNU nun was sent to Germany to study the still-young discipline of psychology.” She continues, “Because HNU was a liberal arts college, we received a well-rounded education that included art, music, the theater. We learned to write, distinguish, conduct research. Once we got out in the world, we discovered we were really unique.” Eileen’s uniqueness held her in good stead as she went on to teach elementary school in San Francisco, marry and have four children, work as a parish religious education coordinator, earn a graduate degree at Loyola Marymount, and spend 19 years as Assistant to the President of the Pacific School of Religion. After returning to the Bay Area from Los Angeles in 1985, Eileen reestablished her ties with HNU, serving as a member and president of the Alumni Council, and currently as a Regent and as a member of the Enrollment Management Committee and the Advancement Committee.