The mission of the Alumnae Association is to promote connection with each other and with the all girls prep school, and to support initiatives and programs aligned with the School's mission and priorities.
The Work of the Alumnae Association
The Association’s ever-expanding works and programs support aspects of the Foxcroft Experience near and dear to alumnae and current students. The Association designs, funds, and implements programs and initiatives which are guided by three major committees:
The Reunion Committee assists with reunion events, including the Distinguished Alumna Award, the Alumnae Association Brunch, and the 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. 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 Class Representative Committee develops programming and builds connections on- and off-campus among Class Representatives.
The Diversity & Inclusion Committee is a task force asked by the Board of Directors, to integrate and grow Diversity & Inclusion efforts between faculty, alumnae, & student groups. The are responsible for hosting a discussion event each year on campus during Reunion Weekend.
Alumnae Association Council Members
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Amanda Hartmann Healy ’98
Lisa Hubbard Patterson '89
Carol Der Garry '79
Alden Denègre Moylan '05
Nita Coles '75
Karen Lilly '84, P '13
Reeves McReynolds McCune '87
Traci Collins '89
Ginny Robbins '91
Jenn Sgro Orfield '91
Tarin Heilman Horan '93
Kassinda Usher '93
Kate Hartshorn Domanski ‘96
Annie Bishop '98
Xandra Brandon Bernardo '00
Tess Mackey ’11
Perhaps the most important role of the Alumnae Association, supported by members of the Council, yet spearheaded by Class Representatives, is to serve as a communicator between the School and your class, and vice versa. Class Representatives play a key role in "getting the word out" and strengthening 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
The leadership body of the Association —the Alumnae Council — meets regularly at least three times throughout the year via teleconference and/or campus gatherings. The next campus gathering of the Alumnae Council is scheduled for October 26th 2018, which coincides wit hClass Representative Weekend.
An annual meeting of the Association, open to all alumnae, is held during Reunion Weekend each April. The next Alumnae Association meeting is scheduled for the weekend of April 12-13, 2019. The gathering provides a time for the Council members to report to the greater Association as well as some time to hear feedback and ideas from Class Representatives and Reunion Chairs.
For more information on the Council please reach out to one of the members listed below, or send an email to email@example.com.
An all-girls boarding and day school in Northern Virginia, Foxcroft prepares young women in grades 9-12 for success in college and in life. Our outstanding academic program offers challenging courses, including Advanced Placement classes and an innovative STEM program. Our premiere equestrian program is nationally recognized, and our athletic teams have won conference and state championships. Experience the best in girls' boarding schools: visit Foxcroft.