Bryn Mawr School - Notable Alumnae or Faculty

Notable Alumnae or Faculty

  • Julia Randall, BMS 1941, American poet
  • Esther Boise Van Deman, BMS Classics faculty, archaeologist
  • Edith Hamilton, Headmistress 1896–1922. Author of The Greek Way (1930)
  • M. Carey Thomas, Bryn Mawr School founder, and Dean and later President of Bryn Mawr College
  • Mary Elizabeth Garrett, Bryn Mawr School founder, whose philanthropy was also fundamental in the support of Bryn Mawr College and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
  • Margaret Barker, BMS 1926, actress (an original member of The Group Theatre, 1931).
  • Mildred Natwick, BMS 1924, actress.
  • Eleanor Phelps, BMS 1924, actress.
  • Bess Armstrong, BMS 1971, actress.
  • Nancy Soderberg, BMS 1974, foreign policy strategist and author.
  • Millicent Carey McIntosh, BMS 1916, Headmistress of The Brearley School for 17 years and the first married female President of a Seven Sisters College, serving at Barnard College from 1947 to 1962.
  • Kisha Ford, BMS 1993, WNBA player.
  • Margo Lion, BMS 1962, award winning Broadway producer.
  • Leonie Gilmour, BMS 1891, writer.
  • Marcella Boveri, teacher of science 1885-1887.

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