The Nightingale-Bamford School Alumnae Association was formed in 1926 and values the participation of all Nightingale women, whether they attended Nightingale for one year or 13.
Its efforts are coordinated by the Office of Institutional Advancement, the Alumnae Board, and the Young Alumnae Committee, and are supported by the hundreds of alumnae who are involved each year.
The Alumnae Board, comprised of nominated representatives, manages the affairs of the Alumnae Association and seeks to further the strategic and philosophical interest of the Nightingale-Bamford School. Through strengthening and promoting the loyalty of Nightingale-Bamford alumnae to their school, the Alumnae Board enables graduates to remain engaged with each other and to participate both physically and financially in the life of the school.
Devon Beddard Caraher '96, President
Karen Pantzer Gelder '93, Vice President
Fraser Ross Maloney '98, Secretary
Terri Davis-Merchant '95
Natasha Fekula '89
Jenny Kosovsky Flandina '94
Gaby Santana Goldstein '06
Siena Case Kissel '06
Christina Bott Murphy '09
Palmer Jones O'Sullivan '94
Jessie Page '03
Pamela Friedland Rabinovici '91
Amanda Potters Schumacher '95
Anna Spanfeller '08
Jessica Taylor '05
Ali Jones Thorne '04
Zoe Settle Schriebl '00
Young Alumnae Committee Representative:
Adrianne Glascock '10, YAC President
Muniyat Choudhury '20 & Maayel Sow '20, Council Co-Presidents
Young Alumnae Committee
The Young Alumnae Committee is comprised of selected graduates from the last ten years, with the mission of bolstering engagement amongst the school’s most recent alumnae. Started in 2010, the committee sponsors social events, coordinates fund-raising efforts, fosters communication through social media, and encourages participation in the schoolhouse through college and career mentorship.
The Alumnae Club serves as a liaison between students and alumnae, keeping former students engaged through outreach ranging from holiday cards to care packages.