The Baldwin School Alumnae Community honors a deep tradition of lifelong learning, lasting friendships and global citizenship that connects Baldwin women across the country and throughout the world. 
Today, more than 4,000 loyal alumnae are scholars, physicians, lawyers, scientists, business leaders, writers, homemakers, artists, entrepreneurs and more because they built a solid foundation at Baldwin. The preparation they received, founded in the ideals of leadership, scholarship and citizenship, paved the way for all graduates to develop an inner confidence to achieve greatness in wherever their passions lie. For Baldwin women, the potential for success is limitless, no matter the endeavor.

Current students benefit from the real-world experience of alumnae who serve as mentors, providing internships, participating in panel discussions or connecting with students and faculty on Career Day. Alumnae also serve as a valuable presence in welcoming prospective families to Baldwin through participation in Open Houses and the Admissions process.

By providing a link to the past and a glimpse into the possibilities of the future, alumnae inspire our students, faculty and each other. Active engagement from our alumnae is imperative in the preservation of our long-standing traditions, while ensuring we also remain on the cutting edge of education through their expertise and insights into the latest developments in myriad practice areas.

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Alumnae Events

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  • Oct

    Alumnae Author Talk: Melissa Broder '97

    We are pleased to be joined by Melissa Broder '97 as she discusses her most recent novel, Milk Fed. Melissa is the author of the novel The Pisces, the essay collection So Sad Today and four poetry collections, including Last Sext. She has written for The New York Times,, VICE, Vogue Italia, and New York magazine’s “The Cut.” Her poems have appeared in POETRY, The Iowa Review, Tin House, and Guernica, and she is the winner of a Pushcart Prize for poetry.

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  • Nov

    What Girls Need - Author Event with Dr. Marisa Porges '96

    Please join us virtually for an exclusive author event with Baldwin's Head of School, Dr. Marisa Porges '96, author of What Girls Need: How to Raise Bold, Courageous, and Resilient Women. Share your stories and ask questions, we anticipate an engaging dialogue! A Zoom link and additional information will be sent prior to the event. We look forward to seeing you there! 
  • Nov

    Alumnae Author Talk: Dr. Farah Jasmine Griffin '81

    Please join us for a conversation with Dr. Farah Jasmine Griffin ‘81 moderated by Dr. Crystal Jones Lucky ‘82 about Farah’s most recent book, Read Until You Understand.

    Location: Virtual
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