Lynne Williams Neave '61 established a scholarship in 2015. Lynne graduated from Mary Washington College with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics in 1961. She enjoyed an outstanding career with Pan American World Airways, Inc. from 1964–1991, serving in various positions in the areas of sales, computer technology, budgeting, financial analysis, reporting and forecasting. She also represented Pan Am at International Air Traffic Association (IATA) conferences for several years. Subsequent to her employment at Pan Am, Ms. Neave served on the Board of Directors for the Isaac Tuttle Fund and on various committees for the CT Landmarks Society. She also served as a consultant, including accounting and financial analysis for Marshepaug. Lynne is an active and dedicated UMW alumna, a member of the UMW Foundation Board and the President’s Council, and has participated in a variety of roles, including acting as class agent and as a reunion gift committee member. Lynne and her husband, Alexander, love to travel and have enjoyed several trips abroad with the University’s President’s Travel Club.