Dear Alumnae/i,

The mission of the office of Alumnae/i Engagement is to keep The Masters School’s history, traditions and mission relevant to the lives of its graduates; to foster relationships among alumnae/i, faculty and students; and to encourage and facilitate alumnae/i engagement with the School. We are a strong, diverse and supportive community of more than 6,000 alumnae/i living in 73 countries and all 50 states.

I encourage you to get involved with the Masters community and reach out to me at or 914-479-6611 to find out how you can connect with the School and your classmates.

Do it with thy might,

Brooke Nalle P’24, ’27 
Director of Alumnae/i Engagement

Ways To Get Involved

There are several ways to get involved as a volunteer. To learn more about any of the opportunities listed below, please fill out this form or contact the Office of Alumnae/i Engagement at or 914-479-6611.

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  • Be a Class Notes Editor

    Class Notes editors help keep their classmates connected to their alma mater and to each other. Editors stay updated on their classmates' goings-on and, twice every year, they reach out to their classmates to gather updates for the Class Notes section of The Bulletin.
  • Be an Admission Ambassador

    Admission ambassadors support the Admission Office by raising awareness about Masters in their local communities, attending and/or hosting admission events in their areas, conducting interviews for prospective applicants, and serving as an informational and welcoming resource for new students and their families.
  • Giving Day Volunteer

    Our Alumnae/i Giving Day is a fantastic opportunity to connect with your classmates and make a positive impact on your alma mater by working to increase participation in the Annual Fund. There are many ways to take part in this important 24-hour event: call or email classmates from home, join us here on campus at our annual Connect-a-thon, be a social media ambassador and more.
  • Host a Gathering

    We are always looking for opportunities to meet with alumnae/i around the country and the world. Hosting an event for your fellow alumnae/i is a wonderful way to stay connected to your classmates and your school.
  • Join Your Reunion Committee

    Reunion Committee volunteers build excitement for their upcoming Reunion. Committee members encourage classmates to attend Reunion, host or attend pre-Reunion planning sessions, work with the Office of Alumnae/i Engagement to organize special events both on and off campus, and support Reunion giving efforts.
  • Serve as a Class Agent

    Class agents play a vital role in encouraging alumnae/i support for the Masters Fund, the School's annual giving campaign. Through outreach and by example, class agents energize fellow classmates and educate them about the importance of giving back to Masters. 

Stay Connected

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