The Concord Academy Alumnae/i Association is delighted to host its annual Alumnae/i Association Assembly on Friday of reunion weekend for CA graduates across all class years. An evolution of the annual meeting, this new program is a chance to bring alumnae/i together to hear updates from school leadership, connect with the Alumnae/i Steering Committee, and take part in the ongoing community-wide conversation about CA’s future. The program will include the presentation of the 2020 Joan Shaw Herman Award, and the alumnae/i community will vote on the Alumnae/i Association officers for terms commencing on July 1, 2020. To find out more, and to register, please visit this page

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2020 Reunion: Virtual Format, Meaningful Connections

2020 Reunion: Virtual Format, Meaningful Connections

Although the Covid-19 pandemic prevented Concord Academy alumnae/i from returning to campus, it did nothing to dampen their enthusiasm for reconnecting with classmates, faculty and staff, and fellow CA graduates as part of the school’s first Virtual Reunion. More than 225 alumnae/i joined via videoconference as CA hosted three special reunion programs, the annual Alumnae/i Association Assembly, and 13 virtual class gatherings for reunion classes over four days in early June.

The Promise and Perils of Artificial Intelligence

The Promise and Perils of Artificial Intelligence

The dizzying rate at which AI is being adopted, mostly behind the scenes, has meant that wariness has accompanied increasing public awareness. In this article, four CA alumnae/i discuss the technology’s potential, as well as the urgency of considering human outcomes and unintended consequences as it develops.

Naomi Ko ’91, P’21: Treatment for the Whole Person

Naomi Ko ’91, P’21: Treatment for the Whole Person

Growing up in an immigrant household, Naomi Ko ’91, P’21 observed what it meant to her Chinese-born parents to be American: hard work and a steadfast commitment to integrating into American culture. As a senior at Concord Academy, Ko took a class with Kevin Jennings called American Culture and Identity.