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Welcome Burke's Alumnae

Once a Burke's girl, always a Burke's girl. And the Burke's students that we have sent out into the world for more than 110 years have gone on to do amazing things.

Our alumnae community includes bestselling authors, leaders in finance, education, sports, and medicine, barrier-breaking artists, and performers.

We strive to keep our alumnae community connected with us and to each other. Please send us a note, subscribe to our quarterly newsletter, or join us at an alumnae event.

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    Yukiko Meadows 

    Director of Advancement
    415.751.0187, ext. 204

Alumnae Board

Burke's Alumnae Board is made up of 15-20 alumnae with the mission to strengthen and maintain the ties between Katherine Delmar Burke School and its alumnae. The board also encourages interest in the school and promotes its welfare.

The board convenes at Burke’s four times per year and is available to share updates with and hear perspectives from the alumnae community year-round. Each board member attends and participates in two or more alumnae-sponsored events per year, such as Burke’s Festival, the Alumnae Holiday Cookies Celebration, the Mentorship Network panel, Reunion, and more!


Darby Gaynor Glickman '98

Jewel Devora '09
Vice President, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Natalie Jamison Tiret '98
Vice President, Development

Sinclaire O'Grady '09


Julia Baron '01
Mira Hui Cheung '95
Lisa Harada '03
Sara Poole '10
Katherine Abbey Prill '03
Callie Ranahan '06
Talia Seidman Rhodes '03
Tiana Rideout-Rosales '97
Anna Snyder '01
Tiffanie Tse '99
Katy Congdon Williams '96

Class Notes: We would love to hear from you!

Burke's mission is to educate, encourage and empower girls. Our school combines academic excellence with an appreciation for childhood so that students thrive as learners, develop a strong sense of self, contribute to community, and fulfill their potential, now and throughout life.
Burke's admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.