25th Anniversary of Baylor Fling

25th Anniversary of Fling

Celebrating and Connecting Baylor Women

This event was held on Apri 14-15, 2023

Baylor Fling, a women’s reunion event that began in 1983, is back this April! Fling brings together generations of alumni, parents, and friends to connect, renew, and find inspiration in community. This year, Fling, hosted right here on the Baylor University campus, features thought-provoking keynote sessions focusing on servant leadership, community impact, cultivating self-confidence, and more!

A portion of registration fees and all additional gifts support the Baylor Counseling Center, whose mission is to foster wholeness for every student through caring relationships, cultural humility and integrated mental health services. Thank you for your support!

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Featured Speakers

Baylor Fling 2023 Speakers
Discussion Topics
  • How To Have it All: Achieving a Work/Life Balance
  • Women in Leadership: How the Baylor Experience Prepares Student-Athletes to Succeed
  • Cultivating Self-Confidence: Letting Others See Your Light
  • Stories from Chef Darren McGrady, royal chef to Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Diana and her sons, Princes William and Harry
  • And much more!


Baylor University Fling is an event held every other year that began in 1983 by the late Dorothy Barfield Kronzer '44 as an opportunity for Baylor women––whether they be alumni, alumni by choice, parents, or friends of the University––to return to campus as a group, get reacquainted with former classmates, friends and roommmates, and share their Baylor memories. Through the years, speakers have discussed diverse subjects, including fine arts, drama, law, medicine, music, politics, and sports.

Beginning as a quality time for visiting and meaningful Homecoming event, Fling creates the perfect environment to infuse women's lives with thought-provoking conversation, a sense of empowerment and support, and fresh insights. With an appreciation of the different paths Baylor alumni pursue, Fling is a unique occasion to share knowledge and experiences with each other and to make connections strengthening individuals and communities around the globe.

Julie Lowe"Fling is a great opportunity to connect in a meaningful way with other ladies that love Baylor. The speakers are relevant, entertaining and inspiring! As a Baylor alumna, I love coming back to campus to enjoy an event that is well-planned and most of all, FUN! I always wish that Fling was an annual event instead of every other." – Julie Lowe '92, Lubbock
Diane Danner"I attended my first Fling in 1987. The very best part has been attending Fling with family and friends who attended Baylor through the years and making new forever friends." – Diane Wimberly Danner '64, 2010 Fling Chair

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Bob Anne SenterWoman of Distinction
Bob Anne Senter

Bob Anne was born October 31 in Amarillo, Texas, the only child of Willie and Bob McMullan. She graduated from Lulling High School and Baylor University, worked for two years as an Executive Secretary for Republic National Bank in Dallas before marrying a Baylor graduate David Senter and returning to Waco. She worked at the Methodist Home until her first child, Bob, was born, and he was followed by a baby sister, Lindsey. She has 4 grandchildren, 3 boys (Clark Senter, Parker and Cullen Burns, and 1 granddaughter, Molly Burns). Bob Anne’s involvement with Fling began in the late 1980's as a committee member, serving as Chairman in the 1990s. She accepted part time employment at the Baylor Alumni Association after serving as president of the organization and planned the travel calendar for alumni trips. Several years later she added the position of coordinator of Fling to her responsibilities and maintained that role until her retirement in 2016.

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Exclusive shopping experience on Saturday afternoon with some of our favorites!

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  1. What is the cost to attend Fling? $75
  2. Can I only attend one day of Fling? Am I able to pay a pro-rated price? You are free to come-and-go as needed but we suggest attending both days! We are not able to offer a one-day/pro-rated registration option.
  3. What is the suggested attire? Business Casual, Green & Gold suggested!
  4. Are men allowed to attend? Absolutely! Fling historically has celebrated and connected Baylor women, however, every member of the Baylor Family is welcome to join!
  5. Do you have accessibility accommodations? Yes, please contact Virginia Ellis, Senior Director of Alumni Engagement.
  6. Are you able to accommodate dietary restrictions or allergies? Yes, please contact Virginia Ellis, Senior Director of Alumni Engagement.

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