The Black & Gold bond shared amongst Westminster alumni starts in those early hours, days, and weeks on Williams Hill, and continues through graduation, to career networking and advice, to weddings and other important life moments. Over the past few years, I have witnessed meaningful connections between alumni – regardless of graduation year. Whether it is during the admissions process, at a reunion or at a regional reception around the country, I am always reminded that Martlets Fly Together.
Some 5,800 alumni have spent formative time on this campus, cementing their place in the Westminster School community. I believe this common bond, as well as your continuing connection with the school and fellow alumni, can be valuable and enriching for both the school and for alumni. Think about the Martlets you have in your life today: a colleague, a friend, former coach, or even a spouse. I encourage you to advance those connections with other Martlets. I welcome you to get involved with your alma mater and remain connected. Take a tour around this site, join us on campus or at a regional event, and please feel free to reach out with any questions, updates, or ideas.
In closing, I want to thank all of our alumni for your enthusiasm and vital support, whether through volunteering, financially supporting The Westminster Fund and Soar Together Campaign, returning for a campus visit, encouraging admissions candidates to apply, or engaging with us on social media – all of these actions are essential to building the future for Westminster.
With Grit & Grace,
Aileen Daversa '90