Please join us this November for our 2019 Women's Network Weekend: The Built World: Reimagining Space and Place. The weekend will celebrate alumni who work in several professions pertaining to the built world, such as engineering, architecture, construction, real estate, design, and environmental sustainability. Our keynote speakers are Annie Imbrie-Moore ’12, Jean Li ’06, and Margaux K. Lopez ’11. The weekend will also feature an alumnae panel and workshops led by alumni. 

Women's Network events are open to ALL members of the St. Andrew's family, inclusive of alumni, current parents, alumni parents, grandparents, and of course, men! 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, please contact Director of Events Kathy Mitchell at

Elizabeth Roach
Dean of Teaching & Learning
Director of Women's Network

Friday, November 15

11:15 a.m. —Lunch, Dining Hall, Founders Hall
11:45 a.m.— Keynote Talk, Jean Li ’06, duPont Memorial Chapel, Founders Hall 
6:45 p.m.— Buffet Dinner with the Class of 2020 & Alumni Participants, Dining Hall, Founders Hall
8:00 p.m.—Keynote Talk, Margaux Lopez ’11 & Annie Imbrie-Moore ’12, Engelhard Hall, O’Brien Arts Center
9:30 p.m.—Reception for Alumni, Parents & Faculty, Home of Tad and Elizabeth Roach

Saturday, November 16

8:00 a.m.—Continental Breakfast, Gahagan Room, O’Brien Arts Center
8:30 a.m.—Alumnae Panel, Engelhard Hall, O’Brien Arts Center
10:15 a.m.—Workshops Led by Alumni, Various Campus Locations
11:30 a.m.—Lunch, Dining Hall, Founders Hall

Jean Li ’06

Jean Li is an architect in New York City. After graduating from St. Andrew's, she studied architecture at M.I.T. and interned at design firms in Beijing and Barcelona. Jean is passionate about design that can serve communities and impact a broad range of people. In New York, she worked for CookFox Architects on a variety of projects including affordable housing in Brooklyn and the redevelopment of an industrial site in Salem, MA. In 2017, she joined MBB Architects and is overseeing projects for schools and religious institutions.

Margaux Lopez ’11

Margaux Lopez ‘11 is a mechanical engineer at SLAC National Lab in Menlo Park, California, where she is working on astronomy’s biggest digital camera. This camera is destined for the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, an observatory under construction just outside of La Serena, Chile that will produce an unprecedented amount of astronomical data. Margaux works on the assembly of delicate camera components as well as preparing the facility in Chile for the arrival of the camera in 2021. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the California Institute of Technology as well as a master’s degree from San Jose State University, both in mechanical engineering.

Annie Imbrie-Moore ’12

Annie Imbrie-Moore ’12 is a Ph.D. student in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Stanford University, where she works in the Advanced Therapeutics for Heart Failure Research Laboratory. Her research focuses on improving surgical valve repair techniques through experimental and analytical investigation of mitral and aortic valve biomechanics. She is a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, Stanford Graduate Fellow, and an Accel Innovation Scholar. Prior to Stanford, she received her Bachelor of Science in biomedical engineering from Harvard University.



Timothy B. Abbott ’86 
James W. Carrington ’98 
Clare Colburn ’87 
Brian L. Court ’92 
Elizabeth G.  Court ’06
Kim G. Cortes ’01
Lucy (Long) Doswell ’00 
Ari K. Ellis ’89
Elisa Espiritu ’98
Michael Evans ’98
Alice (Duffee) Healy ’88 
Michael R. Hindle ’88
Faith Loehr ’13
Tarlton Long ’04
Margaux Lopez ’11
Michelle Madeley ’03
Elizabeth A. Martin ’09
Heather Williams Mitchell ’92
Brandy (Bennett) Nauman ’03
Alexandra Porrazzo ’13
Bret E. Peters ’81
William Rehrig ’11
Sydnor Scholer ’04
Robert A. Toomey ’92 
Carter (Meyer) Wilcox ’90

The St. Andrew's Women's Network was founded in 2010 with a goal of connecting, celebrating, and harnessing the power of the School's alumnae through events held both on and off campus. Since its inception, Women's Network events have expanded in size and scope, and have become central to our mission to provide community, inspiration, and mentorship for all members of our community. 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.