Welcome Alumni and Alumni Parents

Thank you for visiting the St. Anne's Alumni page!  We appreciate your continued engagement with St. Anne's.  

Wondering how to stay connected? There are a few ways to do so:

  1. Get involved - one of the easiest and best ways to stay connected is to attend our events; we host a variety of them throughout the year.
  2. Giving back - please consider making an annual gift to St. Anne's. Every gift counts, no matter the size.
  3. Send us an update - we love to hear from you especially for the Class Notes section of our Alumni News publication.

Interested in volunteering at the school? Pursuing a career in education and looking to potentially come back to work at St. Anne's?

Contact Julia Brown, Alumni Coordinator, for more information. Julia can be reached at (303) 756-9481 ext. 245 or [email protected].

Please consider supporting St. Anne's with a gift this year.  Click on the button below to donate today. Thank you for your generosity! Your participation and contributions mean so much to the students and St. Anne's community.

What Have Our Alumni Been Up To?

St. Anne's Alumni Board is pleased to announce Martha Ostertag Adams '82 as the winner of the 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award.

Martha Adams is an award-winning storyteller who produced the film at the center of the Girl Rising campaign. Newsweek/Daily Beast named Adams one of "125 Women of Impact," and today, acting as Girl Rising's Chief Creative Officer, she produces stories and authors creative partnerships to fuel girls' empowerment advocacy around the world. Her most recent project involves empowering women in the Middle East through sports. 


Thank you to all those who nominated a St. Anne's alum. We had a long list from which to choose and the decision was not easy. 

The Alumni Board is working on an event to celebrate and honor both Martha and our alumni in the new year. Stay tuned for more information.

In November, authors Sherine Hamdy and Coleman Nye and illustrators Sarula Bao and Caroline Brewer '08, launched their first graphic novel and the first book in their new ethnoGRAPHIC series, Lissa: A Story about Medical Promise, Friendship, and Revolution.

This project is the result of a collaborative effort involving many players, but at the heart of the process is the collaboration between two anthropologists and two artists. In advance of the book’s publication, editor Anne Brackenbury, sits down with artists Sarula Bao and Caroline Brewer to discuss their role in the making of Lissa.

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