Experts, advocates, award-winners — Stoneleigh-Burnham women.
A Stoneleigh-Burnham alumna applies her voice with confidence throughout her life, her profession, and her community. There is no limit to where a Stoneleigh-Burnham education can take you.
Susan Mabel Hood Emerson (Mrs. George Waldo Emerson) 1897B, head of five preparatory schools, two of which she founded and three of which she saved.
Joan Hutton Landis ’47S, Poet, published in the Transatlantic Review, the New York Times, Parnassus, Poetry in Review, The Gettysburg Review, Salmagundi, Spoon River, and Poetry. Former chair, Liberal Arts Department at Curtis Institute of Music.
Adelaide Warner Minott ’50S, former President of VT Girls and Women in Sport and National President of State Presidents in NAGWS, activist on Title IX, the Education Amendments Act of 1972
Elinor Johnstone Ferdon ’54B, past National President of the Girl Scouts of the USA, the largest organization for girls in the world.
Judith Howard Whitney-Terry ’56B, Peace Corps volunteer; Former Member, Board of Directors of the National Peace Corps Association; local and international volunteer.
Susan Lawson Farmer ’60S, first woman to be elected secretary of state in Rhode Island and the first female Rhode Islander ever to hold statewide general office.
Jacquie Dorrance ’64S, Board Member Emerita, Arizona Ballet, Arizona State University as Honorary Chair of the President’s Club.
Mary Alice Dorrance Malone ’68S, Owner Iron Spring Farm, horse breeding and sales.
Victoria (Tori) Askerberg ’69, Captain of the University of Georgia women’s golf team, the first women to play golf at the once all-male Augusta Golf Course following Title IX.
Barbara Mayo Llewellyn ’69, Owner Barbara Llewellyn Catering.
Dr. Mary Maloney ’69, Renowned Mohs Surgeon, Chief of Dermatology Department, UMass Medical School.
Sally Leach Mixsell ’69, Educator, administrator, consultant, and Head of Stoneleigh-Burnham School 2008 – 2018.
Karen Van Lengen ’69, FAIA; Kenan Professor of Architecture and former Dean of the School of Architecture, University of Virginia.
Carol Somerville ’69, former Manager of The Blair House, guest house for the President of the United States.
Dr. Denise Bruner ’70, First female Fellow of the American Society of Bariatric Physicians (ASBP), speaker, noted television and radio guest.
Nancy Reardon Sayer ’70, Former Chief Human Resources & Communications Officer, Campbell Soup Co.
Gela Nash Taylor ’71, Co-Founder, Juicy Couture; Co-Founder Pam & Gela.
Margaret Altmiller McIntosh ’72, Paralympic Equestrian; Member Team USA, 2016 Rio Paralympics.
Pamela Gladboys Layton ’75, President and Executive Chairman, Bioarray Genetics.
Lynn Schultz Kehoe ’77, Founder/Owner ShiftUp, LLC; Former Principal, Sentia Advisors.
Holley Chant ’81, Executive Director of Corporate Sustainability and Commissioning, KEO International Consultants.
Fairouz El-Baz ’87, Award Winning Executive Documentary Producer; Senior Vice President of Scripted Development & Special Projects, The Company.
Travis Stewart ’88, Co-Owner, The Dravis Agency, leading literary agency, bringing books such as The Hunger Games to film.
Allison Porter ’89, President and Owner, Avalon Consulting Group.
Alex Warriner ’90, Barn Manager for Professional Show Jumper Kent Farrington.
Sonya Lamonakis ’93, #1 Ranked Female Heavyweight Boxer 2018.
Vicky Castegren ’94, Owner, Hyperion Stud, LLC, breeder of World and Olympic level horses.
Carissa Tudryn Weber ’96, Systems Engineer, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Ramses Lonlack ’08, Member, Cameroon Women’s National Basketball Team.
Chinwe Okorie ’13, Mississippi State Women’s Basketball Team Member, 2017 NCAA Division I Championship Game Runner-Up.