All Foxcroft Alumnae are members of the Foxcroft Alumnae Association. The Association is lead by a volunteer Alumnae Council.
The Work of the Alumnae Council
Foxcroft’s Alumnae Council supports the School in planning events, programs, and gatherings both on campus and around the world that bring alumnae together and honor the strong bond all Foxcroft women share. These women dedicate their time and energy to celebrating the Foxcroft experience and keeping our entire community connected to each other, whether you are down the road in Middleburg, or across the globe. There are four committees which support the mission of the Alumnae Council, and it is not required that an alumna be on the Council in order to serve on a committee.
The Reunion Committee assists with reunion events, including the Distinguished Alumna Award and the Alumnae Association Dinner welcoming the graduating Foxcroft class into the Association.
The Social Committee focuses on the engagement of alumnae across the world as they help promote and guide regional, social, and professional networking events; facilitate alumnae career panels and other speakers for students, and host on-campus hospitality at events for alumnae.
The Class Representative Committee develops programming and builds connections on- and off-campus among Class Representatives. One of their initiatives is to increase the Foxcroft networking power on Linkedin you can help now by adding Foxcroft to your Linkedin profile!
The Diversity & Inclusion Committee is a task force asked by the Board of Trustees, to integrate and grow Diversity & Inclusion efforts between faculty, alumnae, & student groups. They are responsible for hosting a discussion event each year on campus during Reunion Weekend.
Alumnae Council Members
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Ginny Robbins '91
Kate Hartshorn Domanski '96
Tess Mackey ’11
Kendall Blythe '83
Reeves McReynolds McCune '87
Traci Collins '89
Jenn Sgro Orfield '91
Tarin Heilman Horan '93
Kassinda Usher '93
Virginia Barnett '96
Xandra Brandon Bernardo '00
Jordan Moore Sraeel '01
Isabel Casteleiro Cottrell '04
Alden Denègre Moylan '05
Class Representatives are ambassadors for their class and serve as a liaison between the School and their classmates. Class Representatives work closely with the Alumnae Council to "get the word out" and strengthen the worldwide network of fabulous Foxcroft women!
If you are interested in serving your school as a Class Representative — whether for the first time or rotating back into this important role — please email the Office of Institutional Advancement at
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