Alumnae Making an Impact in the Nashville Community
It is no secret that Nashville is in the midst of a long-running economic and cultural boom with growth in a variety of industries from healthcare to technology to construction, and Nashvillians are enjoying the perks that come with these changes: a flourishing restaurant and arts scene and the ever-vibrant music scene that made the city famous.
With that growth comes challenges and opportunities for leadership. The Harpeth Hall alumnae we are recognizing this October in our special edition "HHFocus" insert in NFocus magazine have risen to the occasion in Nashville. These women are making an impact in our community. They have embraced the change and seized the opportunity to lead our city forward. What binds them is the educational foundation they gained at Harpeth Hall and its mission, which is the cornerstone of the school. To summarize the mission: Harpeth Hall educates girls and young women to think critically, to lead confidently, and to live honorably.
These profiles of Harpeth Hall alumnae who embody our school's mission are representative of the best our school has to offer. Their careers demonstrate the many ways Harpeth Hall graduates are prepared to succeed and also to evolve as engaged citizens motivated to make a difference however they can contribute.
The October issue of NFocus magazine is available for FREE through the end of the month at newsstands and at participating businesses and organizations across the city. Please pick one up today and follow our social media feeds! We have posted each alumnae's individual story on Facebook and Twitter. Here we offer a link to the full insert that includes information about Harpeth Hall's Class of 2019 and the benefits of an all-girls' education.
Admission Preview Day is Sunday, November 3. Help us share these stories about our outstanding alumnae and invite anyone interested in learning more about Harpeth Hall to attend this campus-wide event.