There are many ways to get involved and stay connected with your alma mater. Below are a list of three alumnae boards:
Alumnae Association Board: The purpose of the Board is to promote alumnae engagement by actively developing and sustaining strategies that connect alumnae to Harpeth Hall and to promote philanthropy among alumnae. The board meets every other month throughout the school year. The officers of the Alumnae Association Board are President, President-Elect, Secretary, Career Day Chair and Co-Chair, Networking Coordinators, Decade Representatives, Alumnae Annual Fund Chair, and Ward-Belmont Representative. Click here for the list of current board members.
Head's Young Alumnae Council: The mission of the council is to promote awareness of the Harpeth Hall School in the Nashville area community, to encourage recent graduates to reconnect with the school, and to counsel the school on important matters of interest. The council meets twice during the school year, once in the fall and once in the spring. Click here for the list of current council members.
National Advisory Council: The council is comprised of approximately 25-30 alumnae living in communities throughout the United States and abroad. The council provides counsel and support to the head of school and to the Board of Trustees, and meets on the Harpeth Hall campus twice annually. Key initiatives of the council include upper school career day, Spirit of Service Award, and networking through Career Connections. Click here for the list of current council members.
If you are interested in serving on any of these boards, please contact Alumnae Director Scottie Coombs, email@example.com or 615-346-0090.