Thank you to those who participated in the October 1, 2020 Alumni Equity and Inclusion Town Hall. We were pleased to have provided a public forum through which all St. Margaret’s alumni could share personal accounts, and we are especially grateful to those who participated. Our valued alumni lend an important and historical perspective that has informed, and will continue to inform, St. Margaret’s diversity, equity, inclusion, and antiracism work. Even now, the accounts of our alumni provide a meaningful guidepost by which to measure St. Margaret’s growth and progress.
True to the school’s mission
, core values and Episcopal identity, St. Margaret’s DEI work continues in earnest and is positively shaping the educational experience of our current Tartans. In terms of what’s next for our alumni, we invite interested alumni to engage with the Tartan Alumni Association through the Tartan Alumni Council’s recently-formed DEI committee. Additional programming is being formed around DEI through the Council in cooperation with St. Margaret’s alumni office. As opportunities take shape around this work, the alumni office and the TAC will be sure to invite alumni into these conversations and programs, and welcome your interest, input and engagement.
Further, St. Margaret’s is interested in your experiences and reflections on your time as a student. If you would like to share experiences directly with the school, you can submit these at this link
. The submittals will be routed to the school’s administration. You can submit your experience or reflections and/or request to schedule a call for a follow up conversation.
To read the article, “Equity and Inclusion as a St. Margaret’s Core Value” please click here
To read the article, “Professional Community Devotes In-service Day to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Symposium” please click here
To watch the Summer Alumni Equity and Inclusion Webinar please click here.