Retired and Former Employees

Welcome, retired and former faculty and staff!

We hope you will keep in touch online and return to campus for events and volunteer opportunities.

RECENT TRIBUTES

A Tribute to Jennifer Solomon P’14,’19,’21
By Ashish Patwardhan

In her 22 years of service to Sidwell Friends, Dr. Jennifer Solomon made an enriching difference in the lives of many students and colleagues who were lucky enough to have crossed paths with her.

A Tribute to Angela Hare
By Richard Swindell

Angela Hare has spent 21 years serving the Sidwell Friends School community, providing stability to the processing of the school's Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Cash, and Investment Portfolio.

Contact

Kourtney Ginn
Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement
ginnk@sidwell.edu

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Get Involved

To learn more about the ways in which retired and former employees can volunteer on and off campus, email Kourtney Ginn at ginnk@sidwell.edu.
 

Upcoming Events

Sidwell Friends School

Join us for the annual BAA Reception and BSU Productions. See the full schedule and register here.

Kogod Arts Center, Mary Ellen Caplin Theater

All invited to our annual student-led all-school BSU Show with 60+ students across all grades.

Kogod Arts Center, Mary Ellen Caplin Theater

All invited to our annual student-led all-school BSU Show with 60+ students across all grades.

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Kogod Arts Center

In a virtuoso solo performance, Academy Award nominee David Strathairn (Good Night, and Good Luck, Lincoln, Nomadland) portrays Jan Karski in this genre-defying true story of a reluctant World War II hero and Holocaust witness. After surviving the devastation of the Blitzkrieg, Karski swears allegiance to the Polish Underground and risks his life to carry the first eyewitness reports of war-torn Poland to the Western world and, ultimately, the Oval Office. Strathairn captures the complexity and legacy of this self-described "insignificant, little man" whose timely story of moral courage and individual responsibility can still shake the conscience of the world. Come for a discussion with Derek Goldman, Ijeoma Njaka, and Emma Jaster '03, moderated by Bryan Garman, followed by a screening of Remember This. Please register here if you plan to attend.


Robert L. Smith Meeting Room
US Choral Concert

Sidwell Social

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