SAS Women's Network
The St. Andrew's Women's Network was founded in 2010, in celebration of 35 years of co-education at St. Andrew’s School. The mission of the SAS Women's Network is to connect, celebrate, and harness the power of the School's alumnae through events held both on and off campus. In recognition of the vast experience and wisdom of our alumnae, the Women's Network seeks to unite these outstanding women to sustain and strengthen the ethos of St. Andrew’s beyond campus, and to support the School’s mission, faculty, staff and students of today.
When alumnae gather for Women's Network events, they share their experiences and insights with students and faculty, and reconnect with each other and with the School. Since its inception in 2010, Women's Network events have expanded in size and scope, and have become central to its goal of providing community, inspiration, and mentorship for all members of our community.
2017 Women's Network Weekend
November 10-11, 2017
Please join us this November for our 2017 Women's Network Weekend. This year's conference will celebrate our alumni working in education. Our keynote speakers are Emer O'Dwyer ’92 and Chloe Taft Kang ’01. The weekend will also feature an alumnae panel and workshops. We hope you will be able to return to St. Andrew's for this weekend of inspiration and connection with our current students, alumni, parents, and faculty. For more information, visit our Inspiring Teachers event page, or contact Director of Events Kathy Mitchell at email@example.com.
Alumnae & parents gather for book discussions with SAS faculty
Alums working in medicine return to campus to share insights and connect with students and with each other
Over 30 alumni artists return to campus to share work, lead workshops and inspire School community