Since the founding of Miss Porter's School, our alumnae — fondly known as Ancients — have made contributions to their communities and beyond. These are just some of the notable Ancients who have shaped a changing world.
Liz Blake '69,senior vice president and general counsel for Habitat for Humanity International
Heidi Ettinger ’69, Tony Award-winning set designer for The Secret Garden
Tracy Gary '69, president and founder of Inspired Legacies
Alexandra O. Hughes ’69, opera singer, San Francisco Opera Company
Eliza Kimball ’69, chief of political affairs at United Nations Mission in the Central African Republic and Chad
Katherine Nouri Hughes '67, author, "The Mapmaker's Daughter"
Dr. Tina Shapleigh Schmid ’66, co-founder of Transition Systems Inc. and former president, Business Solutions Group at Eclipsys Corporation
Dr. Louise Stevenson '66, professor of history and American studies, Franklin and Marshall College; Sarah Porter scholar and authorVictoria Mudd ’64, documentary filmmaker, won Academy Award for Broken Rainbow
Milbrey Rennie Taylor ’64, Emmy Award-winning television producer (three for CBS news coverage, six for Sunday Morning) and a Peabody Award winner.
Louise Vietor Oliver '62, former ambassador, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization