Reconnect with friends and faculty at Reunion 2024!

All alumnae are invited to come back to 92nd Street for Reunion 2024 on May 17 & 18, 2024! We will be celebrating the milestone reunions of classes ending in 4 and 9 with two full days of programs and events!

For more information, contact Director of Alumnae Relations Emily Bronstein at


RSVP for Reunion 2024

Join us on Friday, May 17 and Saturday, May 18 for Reunion!


Schedule of Events

Look forward to two fun days of activities for Reunion 2024, including:

Friday, May 17

Reunion Kickoff Brunch | 12:00–1:30 p.m.

  • Join your classmates for a casual brunch to kick start the Reunion 2024 celebration!

Observe a class: Session #1 | 1:30–2:30 p.m.

  • Visit classes in the Lower, Middle, and Upper Schools and experience Nightingale's latest learning.

50th Reunion Class of 1974 Roundtable with Head of School Paul Burke | 2:30–3:30 p.m.

  • Members of the Class of 1974 are invited to a special program to celebrate their 50th milestone Reunion with a roundtable with Head of School Paul A. Burke.

Observe a class: Session #2 | 2:30–3:30 p.m.

  • Visit classes in the Lower, Middle, and Upper Schools and experience Nightingale's latest learning.

Second Century Talks: STEM | 3:30–4:30 p.m.

  • Learn about the strategic vision for Nightingale’s future with our Second Century talks about science, technology, engineering, and math from Head of Upper School Nichole Foster-Hinds in conversation with fellow faculty and STEM students.

Schoolhouse tours with student tour guides | 4:30–6:00 p.m.

  • Explore the Schoolhouse with student tour guides! Staggered start times.

Alumnae Chorus Rehearsal | 5:00–6:00 p.m.

  • Alumnae from all years can participate in the Alumnae Chorus led by Director of Performing Arts, Michael Goede. Sheet music and practice tracks will be shared prior to rehearsal. The chorus will perform alongside the Upper School Chamber Chorus at the All Alumnae Cocktail Reception.

All Alumnae Cocktail Reception | 6:00–8:00 p.m.

  • Join this festive reception to connect with your classmates, hear the Alumnae Chorus and Upper School Chamber Chorus, take Class Photos, and celebrate the winners of the Reunion Cup! The Class of 2014 will also open their 10 year letters.

Saturday, May 18

Second Century Talks: Go Beyond Athletics Strategic Plan | 10:00–11:00 a.m.

  • Learn about the recently-launched athletics strategic plan Go Beyond and the transformative vision for Nightingale athletics from Director of Athletics and Physical Education Mandy Cecil and our Nighthawk student athletes. (Updated time!)

Schoolhouse tours with student tour guides | 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

  • Explore the Schoolhouse with student tour guides!

Open Roof play for alumnae and alumnae children | 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

  • Alumnae are welcome to bring their children and families to join current Nightingale families to play on the roof playground!

*Nightingale can provide childcare from 12:00-3:30 p.m. for school-aged children. Those interested in childcare must register to ensure space is reserved.

Alumnae of Color Social | 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

  • Alumnae of color from all class years are invited to come together, celebrate and engage, by building and deepening connections across class years.

Reunion Luncheon & Alumnae Award Winners | 12:00–1:30 p.m.

  • Connect with your fellow classmates, hear from Head of School Paul A. Burke, take class photos, and celebrate the Alumnae Award winners at this marquis Reunion event!

Second Century Talks: Global Education | 1:30–2:30 p.m.

  • Learn about how Nightingale prepares our students to be global citizens in our Second Century Talk about Global Education from program director Damaris Wollenburg Maclean ‘97 and students who have participated in the program. (Updated time!)

LGBTQIA+ Social | 2:30–3:30 p.m.

  • Alums from all class years who identify as LGBTQIA+ are invited to come together, celebrate and engage, by building and deepening connections across class years.

Schoolhouse tours with student tour guides | 2:30–3:30 p.m.

  • Explore the Schoolhouse with student tour guides!

Reunion Cup

It’s on: Join the Race for the Reunion Cup!

The Reunion Cup Challenge is a spirited competition in which milestone year classes compete for the highest participation in the Nightingale Fund. Make your gift today and help advance your class’ standing.

The 2024 Reunion Cup Champion Class will be announced during the cocktail reception on May 17. A gift of any size counts, and all donors from the winning class will receive special Nightingale Champion swag!

Reunion Representatives

Reunion Representatives

Reunion Representatives serve an important role by bringing their classes together to celebrate their milestone reunion years.

Gail Dravneek Harvey '64
Marea Adams '74
Miffy Shipley Meacham '79
Jennifer Blum '84
Lilian Manger Fleming '84
Wendy Cramer Sanford '84
Amy Trumpeyter Seibert '84
Mary Pat Goolsbee Gotschall '89
Natasha Fekula '89
Jean Boehmler Reynolds '94
Laura Davis Stahl '94
Melissa Webb '99
Cate Megley '04
Ali Jones Thorne ‘04
Christina Bott Murphy ’09
Caroline Langan '14
Mickey Field '14
Kate Janover '14
Brooke Sanders '19
Collette Beeby-Pierre '19
Charlotte Sack '19

Alumnae Awards

Honoring Our Alumnae

At each Reunion, we honor two alumnae with these awards:

Distinguished Alumnae Achievement Award

The Distinguished Alumnae Achievement Award is granted to a Nightingale-Bamford School alumna who has built upon her Nightingale education and achieved significant accomplishments in her professional life, or for distinguished human service to her community, state, or nation.

2024 Award Winner: Anne Moses '84
With more than 25 years of experience in social justice and political organizations across the non-profit, political, and academic sectors with a focus on women and girls, Anne founded IGNITE in 2010. IGNITE is a nationally recognized 501c3 that is building a movement of women who are ready and eager to become the next generation of political leaders, and has grown rapidly to become the largest and most diverse young women’s political leadership program in the country. Anne's previous senior leadership positions as Chief Operating Officer for Emerge America and Majority Council Director for EMILY’s List informed her passion and expertise in the arena of gender parity in political leadership. Throughout her career, and now after stepping down from IGNITE, Anne works as a consultant in the non-profit and philanthropic arenas. She has served as Principal Investigator on federal, state, and local evaluations regarding the impact of welfare and health care reform on low-income individuals and communities. Anne and her work have been featured on a wide variety of news outlets, as well as numerous international and domestic articles on women and leadership. She also inspired Nightingale Upper School students while speaking about gender equity at an assembly for Women's History Month in 2021. Anne holds a PhD from U.C. Berkeley, an MSW from New York University, and a B.A. from Middlebury College.

Distinguished Alumnae Service Award

The Distinguished Alumnae Service Award is granted to a Nightingale-Bamford School alumna who has demonstrated outstanding service and devotion to the school throughout her lifetime.

2024 Award Winner: Julie Sogg Seymour '74
Soon after graduating from Nightingale, Julie spent hours combing through the school's archives to create an alumnae directory. This work helped formalize the alumnae association, which connects alumnae to the school and one another following graduation. Julie served as President of the Alumnae Board from 1981-1983, and stayed on as a member until 1987. From 1984 through 1989, Julie served on the Board of Trustees and helped steer the school through its largest physical expansion to date—the full renovation of the Schoolhouse. Since then, Julie hosted several class Reunions, served as a Class Agent, attended alumnae events, and continued to connect her classmates. In her career, she served as Director of Parent Giving at Riverdale Country School and then Director of Development at the Rodeph Sholom School, thus deepening her relationship with the independent school community. Julie continues to champion Nightingale in many ways, including as a member of the FIDES society for loyally and consistently supporting the Nightingale Fund. Now retired, Julie recently visited Class XII students in their Financial Literacy course to share her experience and knowledge about philanthropy.

Please submit a nomination for yourself or a classmate for this award here: Submit a Nomination