Welcome, Alumnae/i!

For almost a century, Concord Academy alumnae/i have been bound together by a love of learning, service to others, and a proud legacy of advocacy. With more than 5,800 CA graduates living around the globe, we are a small but powerful community and our connections to CA and each other span both distance and time. 

As someone who attended CA, you are automatically a member of the Concord Academy Alumnae/i Association, a group that serves as a primary link to fellow alumnae/i as well as current students and school developments. We strive to ensure CA remains present and relevant in all stages of your life.

Recently, we refreshed the CA Alumnae/i Association mission statement to better reflect our goals and purpose.

The Alumnae/i Association fosters lifelong connections between Concord Academy and its alumnae/i community. The Association facilitates meaningful opportunities to preserve and promote a love of learning, service to others, and a commitment to diverse perspective and backgrounds. Through involvement in the life of the school, within the community, and through service to the greater world, the Association strives to renew and affirm the core values instilled while at CA.

Our days in Concord were unique, and we invite you to remain involved or re-engage in the life of the school— sharing your professional experiences with CA students, attending regional alumnae/i events, serving on your reunion committee, and supporting the school’s Annual Fund are just a few of the many opportunities open to you.

Please also be sure to read our quarterly alumnae/i newsletter, send in class notes for the magazine, update your contact information, and stay up to date on all things CA via Facebook, Instagram and CA@100. The voices of alumnae/i are of critical importance as we approach CA’s centennial in April 2022, and we look forward to collaborating with you to bring the Alumnae/i Association mission alive in innovative, creative and exciting ways.

Karen McAlmon ’75
President of the CA Alumnae/i Association

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2021-22 Alumnae/i Steering Committee

The Alumnae/i Steering Committee spearheads different alumnae/i initiatives and activities across a wide variety of areas such as Community and Equity, the Joan Shaw Herman award, the Alumnae/i Annual Fund, and the Alumnae/i Admissions Network. They serve as ambassadors, thought partners, galvanizers, and cheerleaders in all that they do for CA. Thank you all for your important work  we are grateful for your leadership and love for our great school.

Karen McAlmon ’75

Karen McAlmon ’75

President

Trelane Clark ’92, P’22

Trelane Clark ’92, P’22

Co-Chair, Alumnae/i Community & Equity Committee

Noah Fisk ’93

Noah Fisk ’93

Co-Chair, New York Area Regional Committee

Alexis Goltra ’87

Alexis Goltra ’87

Co-Chair, Alumnae/i Annual Fund

Gabe Greenberg ’98

Gabe Greenberg ’98

Co-Chair, New York Area Regional Committee

Eliza Grossman ’17

Eliza Grossman ’17

Co-Chair, CAYAC (Concord Academy Young Alumnae/i Community) Committee

Maris Hubbard ’12

Maris Hubbard ’12

Co-Chair, Alumnae/i Admissions Network

Michael Lichtenstein ’94

Michael Lichtenstein ’94

Chair, Class Secretary Program

Matt McCahill ’95

Matt McCahill ’95

Co-Chair, Alumnae/i Annual Fund Committee

Becca Miller ’14

Becca Miller ’14

Co-Chair, CAYAC (Concord Academy Young Alumnae/i Community) Committee

Eric Nguyen ’00

Eric Nguyen ’00

Chair, Alumnae/i Admissions Network

Miriam Perez-Putnam ’12

Miriam Perez-Putnam ’12

Co-Chair, CAYAC (Concord Academy Young Alumnae/i Community) Committee

Nella Rasic ’09

Nella Rasic ’09

Co-Chair, New England Regional Committee

Paolo Sanchez ’14

Paolo Sanchez ’14

Co-Chair, Alumnae/i Community & Equity Committee

Kate Rea Schmitt ’62, P’88

Kate Rea Schmitt ’62, P’88

Chair, Joan Shaw Herman Award Selection Committee

Jimmy Cai '22

Jimmy Cai '22

Student Representative

Hannah Fine '22

Hannah Fine '22

Student Representative

Camden Francis '22

Camden Francis '22

Student Representative

Isabella Ginsburg ’23

Isabella Ginsburg ’23

Student Representative

Emmy McCormack ’22

Emmy McCormack ’22

Student Representative

Aina Tasso ’23

Aina Tasso ’23

Student Representative

Alumnae/i News

Class of 2020 Celebration

In August, Concord Academy welcomed back many members of the class of 2020, who had ended their CA careers remotely, for a celebration of their class on campus.

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Reunion 2021: A Monthlong Series of Virtual Events Connects Alumnae/i with One Another and CA Today

When a determination was made to hold reunion virtually this spring because of the pandemic, we knew we wanted to offer a range of events and experiences to facilitate connections not only among this year’s reunion classes (class years ending in 1 and 6) but also among all alumnae/i who might have an opportunity to connect virtually with Concord Academy from homes around the world. Beginning in mid-May and concluding in mid-June 2021, a full slate of events was offered.

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Third Annual Alumnae/i Assembly Brings Concord Academy Graduates Together Virtually

All Concord Academy alumnae/i were invited to tune in to CA’s third annual Alumnae/i Assembly, which took place virtually on June 9, 2021. An evolution of the former annual meeting, this annual assembly offers every member of the alumnae/i community a touchpoint for remaining involved or reconnecting with the school — its aim is to make CA an ongoing and relevant part of our graduates’ lives.

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2021 Centennial Hall Fellow Mallika Chopra ’89 Grounds the CA Community in Living with Intention

CA’s 2021 Centennial Hall Fellow, entrepreneur, author, and public speaker Mallika Chopra ’89, spoke about her personal journey and her experience teaching meditation and speaking about living with intention, balance, and purpose. As part of the Centennial Hall Fellow series, she shared a brief meditative practice — a simple yet powerful tool for charting a course according to our deepest desires and values.

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CA Environmental Symposium Features Sunrise Movement’s Audrey Lin ’19

Advocacy was the topic of this year’s Environmental Symposium, a one-semester evening course open to all Concord Academy Students. The final speaker in the three-part series was Audrey Lin ’19, who walked students through the advocacy approach of the Sunrise Movement, organized by young people to stop climate change and create millions of good-paying jobs in the process.

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Lunch and Learn with Caroline Griswold Short ’06, Director of Programming at Generation Hope

On December 11, hosted by CA’s Social Justice Club, Caroline Griswold Short ’06 spoke with around 30 community members as part of CA’s Lunch and Learn series, a new opportunity in the 2020–21 school year for Concord Academy alumnae/i to connect with current students and share their expertise. Short spoke about her work as the director of programing at Generation Hope, a Washington, D.C., nonprofit that helps teen parents earn college degrees while also helping prepare their children for kindergarten.

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