The purpose of the Harpeth Hall Alumnae Book Club is to make connections in the alumnae community, expand members’ personal literary experience, and to come together to learn about and discuss issues and interests relevant to our community. Book genres will vary through the school year, as will the type of forum for discussion. The Alumnae Relations Office is excited to offer this opportunity for alumnae to connect and engage.
Harpeth Hall Alumnae Book Club will start meeting monthly in January 2024!
Check back for the release of this years book club list and schedule.
The Alumnae Relations Office is always seeking alumnae to participate in future Career Days. Career Day offers an opportunity for alumnae to inspire and encourage current students to use their Harpeth Hall education and experience to pursue their passions as they grow. Alumnae from all career paths are encouraged to participate.
The Cindy Crist Collection exhibit honors the spirit of Cindy Crist '85 and Marnie Sheridan '72, both Harpeth Hall students who loved the visual arts and who passed away too soon. As we pay tribute to the lives of Cindy Crist and Marnie Sheridan, we offer a glimpse into how Harpeth Hall's art department has flourished thanks to the influence of these beloved alumnae.
The Harpeth Hall Office of Alumnae Relations is excited to announce our new Leading Confidently Series! The series is designed to promote networking and provide education for women around topics that are top of mind. All Harpeth Hall alumnae and Harpeth Hall parents are welcome!
Session 1: Financial Wellness
The first session of the Leading Confidently Series, held on Oct. 18, focused on women and finance. Thank you to our attendees and panelists, Harpeth Hall alumnae Ryan McLaughlin Wood '05, Mimi Wallace '75, and Ellen Green Hoffman '04, and Harpeth Hall parent Katie Williams for your time and expertise!