Alumnae

Welcome!

Emma Willard School Alumnae

Generations of talented, driven women have passed through Emma's gray walls.

More than 8,000 women worldwide found a deep network of sisterhood and empowerment that extends far beyond campus. If someone is overheard saying they studied at Emma Willard School, there’s often an alumna eager to share her experience and support.

We encourage and promote these connections between our graduates, and hope to foster them further through engaging alumnae events and opportunities for involvement.

Alumnae News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Left to Right: Meg McClellan, Megan Toohey Scremin ’00, Linda Gill Anderson ’77, Lisa Allen LeFort ’72, Jenny Rao, Wendy Graham ’85, Evangeline Delgado

    Community Event Launches Historic Capital Campaign

    The Emma Willard School community—Trustees, EMployees, and students—gathered on Mount Ida on Friday, May 13, to celebrate a momentous occasion: the launch of Infinite Horizon: The Campaign for Emma Willard School
  • Ms. Clark and Ms. Zimmerman welcome students on Opening Day 2021

    Four Questions with Margaret Clark '98

    Ms. Margaret Clark ’98 is the director of alumnae relations and campus events at Emma Willard School. Ms. Clark returned to the Emma Willard community in 2019, after a career in sales and marketing for many companies from small businesses to the Fortune 500. We asked her four questions about her experience at Emma.
  • Happy 235th Birthday, Madame Willard!

    Celebrating Emma Hart Willard’s 235th Birthday

    By Melissia Mason
    On Wednesday, February 23, 2022 the Emma Willard School community celebrated the 235th birthday of our founder, Emma Hart Willard, with an investment in our current students and a look back at Madame Willard’s impact on education. 
  • Left to right: Ashauna, Ms. Rao, Ms. Gilmore, Kirsten, and Narmene pose with the portrait following the ceremony

    Celebrating Anne Spencer Thurman '50

    We are excited to kick off Black History Month and extend our Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration with a story almost 75 years in the making. On Tuesday, February 1, we dedicated a portrait of Anne Spencer Thurman ’50, Emma Willard School's first Black graduate.
  • MLK Day: “Our Journey Continues”

    The Emma Willard School community joined together on MLK Day for a series of webinars and an alumnae panel discussion in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy. The day was designed to allow space for reflection and exploration of the past, present, and future of justice and equity in the United States and around the world.

Alumnae Events

List of 1 events.

Alumnae Newsletters

The View from Mount Ida - February 2022
Vol: 3 | Iss: 6 | View Issue

The View from Mount Ida - January 2022
Vol: 3 | Iss: 5 | View Issue

The View from Mount Ida - December 2021

Vol: 3 | Iss: 4 | View Issue
 
The View from Mount Ida - November 2021
Vol: 3 | Iss: 3 | View Issue

The View from Mount Ida - October 2021
Vol: 3 | Iss: 2 | View Issue
 
The View from Mount Ida - September 2021
Vol: 3 | Iss: 1 | View Issue

The View from Mount Ida - June 2021
Vol: 2 | Iss: 12 | View Issue

The View from Mount Ida - May 2021
Vol: 2 | Iss: 11 | View Issue

The View from Mount Ida - April 2021
Vol: 2 | Iss: 10 | View Issue

The View from Mount Ida - March 2021

Vol: 2 | Iss: 9 | View Issue

The View from Mount Ida - February 2021
Vol: 2 | Iss: 8 | View Issue

The View from Mount Ida - January 2021
Vol: 2 | Iss: 7 | View Issue 

Contact us any time

Margaret T. Clark '98
Director of Alumnae Relations and Campus Events
Emma Willard School
285 Pawling Avenue
Troy, NY 12180

By email: alumnae@emmawillard.org

By phone: Toll-free at 866-833-1814
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