Dana Hall has launched its most ambitious capital campaign in the School’s 142-year history.
On March 9, students, faculty and staff signed their names on one of three steel beams that will be part of the new Classroom Building.
With $4 million on the line, community members have provided generous support to ensure the success of the Upper School Classroom Building Project.
Students, faculty, staff, families, donors and friends celebrated the ceremonial groundbreaking for the Classroom Building project on September 15.
Hannah Leung ’98 is a managing director at JP Morgan, where she provides financial advice and investment solutions to high-net-worth clients and remains a firm believer in rolling up her sleeves and getting things done.
Susan Dangel ’69 is an award-winning television and film producer who has brought her talents to a variety of institutions, including PBS and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. She is a frequent collaborator of John Williams, one of the most celebrated composers in American history.
With nearly two decades of experience in the mental health, education, and non-profit sectors, Dr. Myisha R. Rodrigues ’00 is the executive director of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Massachusetts and the CEO/Founder of Third Veil Consulting™, LLC.
Every year, members of the 1881 Society make a commitment to support Dana Hall in amounts starting at $1,881, and in tiers, going up to and beyond $100,000.
Helen Temple Cooke Society
The Helen Temple Cooke Society recognizes the generosity of alumnae, parents, grandparents and friends who make provisions for Dana Hall in their estate plans. A bequest or life income gift signifies partnership with Dana Hall and its mission to provide an excellent educational experience for young women.
Moon & Stars Society
Members of the Moon & Stars Society have given to Dana Hall—in any amount, in any area—for five or more consecutive years. Membership is maintained as long as the donor makes one gift each fiscal year (July 1-June 30).