March 23, 2019 @ 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Devens Common Center
31 Andrews Pkwy
Wayne White

Please join us for the celebration of the 217th anniversary of the Founding of the United States Military Academy on Saturday, March 23th.  We will also be celebrating the 150th anniversary of the establishment of the Association of Graduates!  We are honored to have the 14th Dean of the Academic Board, Brigadier Cindy Jebb, as our guest speaker.   The beneficiary of this year’s silent auction is Fisher House Boston https://fisherhouseboston.org/

5:00 PM                 Candidate Reception

5:30 PM                 Benny Havens,  Silent Auction

7 PM                       Program Start

Registration is open online via this link: https://wpsne.org/rsvp-buy-tickets/

Registration closes March 21, 2018

No cancellations will be accepted after 3PM on March 21, 2018

No refunds for no shows or cancellations after March 21, 2018

SPEAKER: Brigadier General Cindy Jebb, Dean of the Academic Board

BG Jebb’s bio is below.


$60.00 per Member
$70.00 per non-Member
$60.00 per Parents (of cadet candidates)
Complimentary for Cadets & Cadet Candidates.


Military – ASU         Civilian – Business Professional or Black Tie        Cadets – Dress Gray.

 MENU:  Prime Rib, Devens Chicken, NE Baked Haddock, or Vegetarian.


There is a block of rooms that are being held for our attendees at a special rate of $129/night. Last day to book is March 9, 2018. Rooms are limited.

Contact the hotel(s) directly.  Spring Hill Suites

The hotels are on the grounds of the Devens Common Center within a 3 minute walk.

Just mention that you are attending the West Point Society of New England Founder’s Day Dinner.

Springhill Suites

27 Andrews Parkway

Devens, MA 01434


Founder’s Day Point of Contact:

Wayne White ‘78



Brigadier General Cindy R. Jebb serves as the 14th Dean of the Academic Board. She received a Ph.D. in Political Science from Duke University in 1997, a MA in Political Science from Duke in 1992, an MA in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College in 2000, and a BS from the United States Military Academy in 1982.

She has taught courses in Comparative Politics, International Security, Cultural Anthropology, Terrorism and Counterterrorism, and Officership. Commissioned as a military intelligence officer, she served in the 1st AD, III Corps, Department of Social Sciences at West Point, and the National Security Agency (NSA).

Before returning to the United States Military Academy as a member of the senior faculty, she served as the Deputy Commander of the 704th Military Intelligence Brigade, which supported NSA. During 2000-2001, she served as USMA Fellow at the Naval War College (2000-2001), where she taught a graduate-level course on Strategy and Force Planning, and during 2006-2007, she served as a Visiting Fellow for the Pell Center. From 2006-2009, she served as co-chair for West Point’s Self-Study for the decennial Middle States Commission on Higher Education accreditation.

She has authored or co-authored three books, conducted human security research in Africa, completed study projects in Iraq and Afghanistan, and served as a senior advisor to the Chief of the Office of Security Cooperation-Iraq during the summer of 2015. A member of the Council on Foreign Relations, BG Jebb served as a Professor and the Head of the Department of Social Sciences before assuming the duties as Dean. In 2017, she received an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Bard College.

She is married to her USMA classmate, and they have three children.

Fisher House Boston  

The Fisher House Of Boston is a home away from home where our military families can stay while a loved one is receiving in-house treatment at one of our medical centers. Any veteran or active military personnel, wartime or peacetime, is eligible to have a loved one stay at a Fisher House.
These homes are built on the grounds of major military and VA centers. The homes enable family members to be close to loved ones at the most stressful times.

For those military families receiving treatment at on of our world renown Boston Hospitals, we will place you in a 4 star hotel conveniently located next to your loved ones facility. We recognize not only the special sacrifices made by our men and women who serve in uniform, but also their loved ones. The is NO CHARGE for any family to stay at a Fisher House or a hotel provided by Fisher House. We are completely committed to helping those who have served for us and our country.

These men and women are our Greatest National Treasures … Our Heroes!


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