Due to an unforeseen travel delay, our wine tasting event at Allen-Stevenson originally scheduled for April 23 is being rescheduled for Tuesday, May 21, 2013.
Master of Wine Christy Canterbury has been unexpectedly delayed in London and sends her sincerest apologies. Additional details about the rescheduled event will be distributed as soon as we are able to confirm a venue.
Should you have any questions, please e-mail Amanda Goodwin, director of alumnae relations, at email@example.com. Thank you for your understanding, and we hope to see you for an exceptional evening on May 21.
ABOUT CHRISTY CANTERBURY
Christy brings to the tasting a wealth of wine knowledge and experience, formerly serving as a buyer for the National Wine Director of Smith & Wollensky Restaurant Group as well as the Corporate Beverage Director for Culinary Concepts by Jean-Georges, where she opened and managed restaurants from Istanbul and Doha to Vancouver and Bora Bora. She was also the Wine Acquisitions Director for Italian Wine Merchants, a high-end retail concept catering to wine collectors. Ms. Canterbury has been a judge for the Ultimate Wine Challenge; a panelist for Wine Enthusiast, TASTED, and Wine & Spirits magazines; and the Italy Wine Editor for the Professional Wine Reference.
YOUNG ALUMNI WINE TASTING WITH ALLEN-STEVENSON
Tuesday, May 21
Should you have any questions, please e-mail Amanda Goodwin, director of alumnae relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special thanks to Allen-Stevenson alumnus Mike Grady ’91, founder of VITIS, for making this event possible!
Congratulations to the Class of 1997 (pictured above) on their victory in our first-ever Alumnae Spring Giving Challenge! As the class with the highest participation rate in the Annual Fund so far this year, they have won a private event with Head of School Paul A. Burke!
Of course, all alumnae will have the opportunity to meet and mingle with Mr. Burke later next month at Reunion 2013, so make your plans now to join us! We have a festive weekend of new activities—including the opportunity to visit classes—planned for May 17 and 18, and we hope to see you there. Visit nightingale.org/reunion to view our revamped agenda, and don't forget to RSVP by May 1 and list in your response the events that you plan to attend.
Our second annual YAC Spring Party was one for the books! Thank you to our guests, volunteers, donors, and sponsors for having a hand in making the event an incredible success. To view photos from the event, check out our online gallery here.
Again, our sincerest thanks for your support and dedication—and one unforgettable bash!
If your class year ends in 3 or 8, this is your Reunion year! Join us for a weekend of spirit and nostalgia back at the blue doors on Friday and Saturday, May 17 and 18, 2013! Click here for details including a complete schedule of events. We look forward to seeing you at the schoolhouse in Spring 2013!
The success of our school is largely dependent upon the generous amounts of time and energy committed to Nightingale by our active alumnae. No matter your schedule or interests, there are myriad ways you can lend a hand! Check out the options below, and if you're interested in joining our fabulous network of alumnae volunteers, please e-mail Director of Alumnae Relations Amanda Goodwin at email@example.com or click here to fill out a volunteer form. Thank you in advance for your support!
- Help raise money for Nightingale (Alumnae Fund class agent)
- Keep in touch with your classmates
- Serve as a mentor to a student or alumna
- Host a student intern (see below)
- Participate in professional networking
- Help plan and organize Reunion 2013
- Write a piece for the magazine
- Participate in a community service project
Host an Intern
One of the unique and most anticipated aspects of the Upper School experience is our summer internship program, which places juniors and seniors in a variety of organizations to gain invaluable career experience.
If you would like to host a Nightingale student or know of available opportunities at your organization, please contact Amanda Goodwin, director of alumnae relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, February 17.
Click here for complete program information.
Click here to follow Nightingale students as they share their internship experiences with our community.
We are thrilled to announce the arrival of a new project that we've been working on: the Nightingale Alumnae app for your iPhone or Android device. We know many of you are constantly plugged in to your mobile devices, and with this free app you'll be able to access contact information, check the latest news and events, or share updates with your classmates—all on the go. We hope you'll find this app as useful and exciting as we do—visit nightingale.org/alumnaeapp for more details including a list of features and some frequently asked questions.