At a Glance

In a joyous and supportive community, The Bryn Mawr School fosters critical thinking, creative expression, a sense of discovery, and honorable character. Through collaborative relationships among faculty, students, families, and alumnae, Bryn Mawr students and graduates feel safe to grow intellectually, to take risks, to communicate clearly, and to engage productively with their community.

Each student is known as an individual and celebrated for her contribution to the larger community. The school values the whole child, fosters the bold voices of students, and encourages intentional, compassionate use of those voices to make meaningful contributions to the world. Bryn Mawr teaches young women to face an increasingly complex world, to make informed choices, and to act responsibly in positive and ethical ways.

Mission Statement

The Bryn Mawr School inspires a passion for intellectual curiosity, emphasizes the delights and demands of learning, and nurtures the full potential of our young women in mind, body, and spirit. To prepare our students for lifelong learning and leadership, we are deeply committed to academic excellence, ethical decision-making, and the dignity of all people. A Bryn Mawr education is grounded in the expectation that young women will be resilient in the face of complexity, ambiguity, and change; will become responsible and confident participants in the world; and will lead considered and consequential lives.

Diversity Statement

The Bryn Mawr School honors the dignity and rights of all people. We believe that a diversity of opinions, experiences and backgrounds are fundamental to an exceptional education. Our curriculum, program, and school life are greatly enriched by a wide range of experiences and perspectives. We value and cultivate each student voice while fostering individual and collective responsibility for the building of a more equitable and just world.
Our students live deliberate, considered and consequential lives, with the resourcefulness and self-awareness to make choices for themselves. They know where they want to go and how to create the lives they want to live. They are well-prepared, creative thinkers. They are confident and resilient. They are dynamic, joyful, energetic, powerful and smart women who care for the world.

Board of Trustees

The Bryn Mawr School Board of Trustees is the governing body, composed of alumnae, parents, and friends of the school, that oversees the administration in continuing and maintaining Bryn Mawr’s mission. The Board is also responsible for the sound fiscal management of the school.


Hadley Hubbard Feiss '82, P'12, '15, Chair
Teacher, Brown Memorial Weekday School

Geoffrey R.B. Carey, P'18, Vice Chair
Partner, Brown Advisory

Mohan Suntha, MD, MBA, P'19, '21, Vice Chair
President and Chief Executive Officer, University of Maryland Medical Center

Lisa Lebow Kaufman '84, P'16, '18, Treasurer

Portfolio Manager - Securities, LaSalle Investment Management

Nancy Ratcliffe Ferrell '75, P'13, Secretary

Senior Vice President-Managing Director, NorthMarq Capital


Cynthia Amitin, MD, '85, P'20
Pediatrician, Cross Keys Pediatrics

Gregory Ball, P'18

Dean, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, University of Maryland, College Park

Nick Cortezi, P'17

CEO, All Risks, Ltd.

Mary Hundley DeKuyper '56, P'89, Trustee Emerita

Anne Sapir DeMuth '82, P'13

Personal Financial Manager, Anne S. DeMuth Bookkeeping Services

Ellen Smith Dew '01
Associate, DLA Piper

Jeannie Finney Emala, P'06, '07, Faculty Representative, Ex-officio
Lower School Teacher, The Bryn Mawr School

Jennie Lee Williams Fowlkes '65, P'89, '91, '96, Trustee Emerita
Community Volunteer

Rebecca D. Henry, P'10
Retired Teacher, The Bryn Mawr School
Community Volunteer

Sarah Keogh '98, P'27
Executive Director, Central Baltimore Future Fund

Harpal "Paul" Khanuja, M.D., P'19, '21
Chief of Adult Reconstruction, Hip & Knee Replacement Surgery, Johns Hopkins Hospital and Bayview Medical Center

Joyce A. Kuhns '75
Principal at Offit Kurman

Terry Moore, P'26
Portfolio Specialist, Fixed Income Division, T. Rowe Price

Rebecca A. Morris '94, Faculty Representative, Ex-officio
Middle School Assistant Director, The Bryn Mawr School

Michael Rosenbaum, P'24, '26

Founder, Chairman and CEO, Catalyst IT Services

The Hon. Julie R. Rubin '91
Associate Judge, Baltimore City Circuit Court

Peter Rubin, P'18, '21
Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Atlantic Capital Group

Sue Sadler, Ex-officio
Head of School, The Bryn Mawr School

Georgie Smith '72, P'01
Baltimore City Public School Teacher

Katherine Martien Sullivan, M.D. '74
Neurodevelopmental Pediatrician, Massachusetts General Hospital
Clinical Director, TRANSCEND Research Program; Instructor, Harvard Medical School

Henry B. Thomas, P'04, '06, '09
Principal, Cornerstone Financial, LLP

Monica Tucker, P'16, '19

Marketing Manager, Wm. T. Burnett/STX

Greer Verheyen '82, P'21, President, Parents' Association
Principal Data Governance, Constellation

Mark Weigman, P'20, '22
Portfolio Manager, T. Rowe Price

Betsy Strobel Wilgis '58, P'87, Trustee Emerita
Personal Financial Manager, Wilgis, Darrell & Associates, Inc.
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Located in Baltimore, Maryland, The Bryn Mawr School is a private all-girls pre-kindergarten, elementary, middle and high school with a coed preschool for ages 2 months through 5 years. Bryn Mawr provides students with exceptional educational opportunities on a beautiful 26-acre campus within the city limits. Inquisitive girls, excellent teaching, strong student-teacher relationships and a clear mission sustain our vibrant school community where girls always come first.