Alumnae

Distinguished Alumnae

The 2019 Alumnae Awards were presented on May 3. Seniors Alexa Diecidue and Zoya Siddiqui joined Head of School Dr. Marisa Porges ’96, PhD, to moderate a panel discussion with the award winners. The entire ceremony can be seen on Baldwin’s YouTube channel here.

The Alumnae Award

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The Alumnae Award was established in 1967 to honor Rosamond Cross on her 25th anniversary as Head of School. It is given annually to an alumna who has distinguished herself in her field of endeavor and whose life reflects a dedication to the principles of The Baldwin School.

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  • 2019 Winner: Paula Boyer Kennedy ’74

    Paula Boyer Kennedy was a vice president at Cammack Retirement Group in Manhattan, where she ran the investment practice and advised on $50 billion in assets. She also designed, developed and helped deliver financial education programs to more than 10,000 executives and employees. 
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Distinguished Young Alumna Award

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The Distinguished Young Alumna Award was established in 1991. It is given to an alumna who has graduated within the last 25 years and has made significant contributions in her profession, avocation or volunteer services.

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  • 2019 Winner: V. Paige Pratter ’94

    Paige Pratter has focused her legal career on anticorruption and criminal justice. Paige leads Microsoft Corporation’s Corporate Investigations Team, a group of attorneys who direct anticorruption and business ethics investigations for one of the world’s largest public companies.
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Alumnae Award for Life Achievement

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The Award for Lifetime Achievement was established in 1991. It is given to an alumna who has either demonstrated a lifelong dedication and commitment to helping empower those who have struggled with challenges and societal barriers or who has had a significant impact on an institution or community.

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  • 2019 Winner: Martha C. Nussbaum '64

    Martha Nussbaum is one of the best-known philosophers in the country and was recently awarded the prestigious Berggruen Prize, bestowed annually upon someone who has “profoundly shaped human self-understanding and advancement in a rapidly changing world.” Dr. Nussbaum currently teaches at the University of Chicago, where she is the Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics appointed in the Law School and Philosophy Department. She is an Associate in the Classics Department, the Divinity School and the Political Science Department, a Member of the Committee on Southern Asian Studies and a Board Member of the Human Rights Program.
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Athletic Hall of Fame

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  • 1968 Varsity Field Hockey Team

    The 1968 Baldwin Varsity Field Hockey team was an exceptional group of girls who used the combined strengths of their athleticism, intelligence and work ethic to deliver an unforgettable season for the Baldwin Bears. The team was so unforgettable, in fact, that it spawned the creation of a field hockey award the following year named for the team’s captain,Tracy Tunnell Fryer ’69.
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