- Kerri Beiser, Class of 1992, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab senior staff and former NASA project manager.
- Beth Botsford, Class of 1999, Olympic gold medalist in the 1996 Summer Olympics. Won gold medals in the individual 100m backstroke and as a member of the women's relay team in the 4x100 meter medley.
- Sterett Gittings-Kelsey, Class of 1960, internationally known sculptor of dance.
- E. Jane Albert Hubbard, Ph.D., Class of 1977, developmental genetics researcher, Columbia University.
- Sarah LeBrun Ingram, Class of 1984, top-ranked amateur golfer. Eight U.S. Opens, three Curtis Cup teams, World Amateur Team, and won three U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur crowns. Named Golf World magazine's amateur female golfer in 1993.
- Sheila Eaton Isham, Class of 1946, internationally known abstract painter and first American to be accepted to the (West) Berlin Academy of Fine Arts.
- Catherine Coolidge Lastavica, M.D., Class of 1949, Lyme disease specialist, Tufts University School of Medicine in Public Health.
- Eve Pell, Class of 1954, is the author of We Used to Own the Bronx: Memoirs of a Former Debutante (Excelsior Editions/State University of New York Press, 2009), The Big Chill: How the Reagan Administration, Corporate America, and Religious Conservatives are Subverting Free Speech and the Public’s Right to Know (Beacon Press, 1986), and Maximum Security: Letters from Prison (Dutton, 1972).
- Cassandra Stewart Naylor, Class of 1954, environmentalist and naturalist, is a founding member of Houses Inc., a program to help low-income individuals find housing and access to educational opportunities.
- Adele Smith Simmons, Class of 1959, President of the Global Philanthropy Partnership, senior advisor to the World Economic Forum, editor of Global Giving Matters, and Senior Associate at the Center for International Studies at the University of Chicago. The first female dean at Princeton, the past president of Hampshire College, and former president of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
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