Profiles

Leslie Lighton-Humphreys

Class of 1982
Major/Minor: Sociology

Her first published history book, Upper Providence Bicentennial, raises money for her local library.

Since Graduation:
Leslie Lighton-Humphreys is a Senior Quality Assurance Analyst for AmerisourceBergen.

Her first published history book, Upper Providence Bicentennial, raises money for her local library. Leslie is currently preparing a new biography of Washington College’s fascinating founder, The Reverend Dr. William Smith, Doctor of Divinity, for publication.

Leslie was a speaker at the RWA annual conference in Anaheim, California and plans to work as a production assistant on her writer/producer friend’s Bigfoot movie  filmed in Louisiana.

Hurricane Floyd survivors, Leslie and her husband Michael relocated from a historic community along the Schuylkill River and Canal, a mile from Dr. Smith’s in-law’s Valley Forge area estate, and now live in a house on the top of a hill.

Campus Involvement
  • Recently represented Washington College at the Ursinus inauguration