Providing Continued Value to the Holton Experience
The Holton-Arms Alumnae Association is comprised of over 6,000 alumnae worldwide. Whether or not you graduated, all are considered alumnae and members of the Alumnae Association.
The Alumnae Board consists of elected members across generations of Holton women who represent the entire Holton-Arms Alumnae Association. The Alumnae Board coordinates activities, both locally and beyond, that foster alumnae traditions, support, and value to the overall Holton experience.
Over 6,000 alumnae worldwide constitute the Holton-Arms Alumnae Association. All former Holton students, whether or not they graduated, are considered a part of the Holton alumnae community.
The Alumnae Board consists of elected members, across generations of Holton women, who represent the entire Holton-Arms Alumnae Association. The Alumnae Board coordinates activities, locally in DC and beyond, that foster alumnae traditions, support, and value to the overall Holton experience.
Meet Your 2023-2024 Alumnae Board!
Lindsay Adams-Spinner ’08
Lizey Korengold Bernstorf ’08, President
Naomi Burnett ’24, Alumnae Scholar
Julia Cardozo ’02
Blake Keeley Doyle ’99
Renee Esfandiary ’91
Harper Garfinkle ’14
Anita Pellman Gross ’84
Cheryl Henson-Everson ’76
Leigh Pierce Holley ’87
Kayla Kelly ’12
Sachi Khemka ’13
Constance Lindsay ’98
Sandra Litsinger Lippard ’86
Kayla Moffett ’14
Samantha Noland ’17
Page Wells Pollock ’99, Treasurer
Leslie Smith ’61, Secretary
Rachel Williams ’12, Vice President
Jo Yecies ’06
In 1994, the Holton-Arms Alumnae Association instituted the Alumnae Scholar Award, an annual award designed to honor an outstanding member of the rising senior class. The awarded student exemplifies Holton’s core values in her pursuit of excellence and initiative both inside and outside of School, from her academic successes to her community involvement. She epitomizes Holton’s motto: "I will find a way or make one."
In recognition of her accomplishments and contributions to the School, the Alumnae Scholar recipient receives a $15,000 tuition credit towards her senior year at Holton and serves a 1-year term on the Alumnae Board as a student representative. The selection of the Alumnae Scholar is based wholly on merit, not on need. We invite and encourage all interested juniors to apply. Please contact the Director of Alumnae Giving & Engagement, Kate Healy Johnson ’05, 301-365-6005, to receive more information and application materials.