The Waldorf School of Garden City is celebrating their 75th anniversary and welcoming an alum, Anne Murray, as their new Board Chair. The Garden City News recently reported on the all-woman leadership team at the school, which includes Murray, school administrator, Nicole Littrean, and faculty chair, Kelly O’Halogan.
Murray was recently named by Long Island Business News, as one of the “40 Rising Stars under 40,” and ‘Top 50 Most Influential Women in Business’ and is a partner at Rivkin Radler LLP.
The Waldorf School of Garden City was founded in 1947 as a demonstration School for Waldorf teacher training. Over time, the Waldorf School of Garden City became a separate institution in its own right and became the first Waldorf School to become accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
Littrean and O’Halogan are excited to work with Murray who has a long history with the school. As stated in the article:
“‘Having her experience, insight and knowledge of the Waldorf community, will be indispensable as we continue to face the challenges of our ever-changing world,’ said Littrean.
O’Halogan said she is proud to be working with Murray to further the school’s mission and direction.
‘Anne brings with her an inviting and enthusiastic energy to our school, and I know that her vision and dedication to Waldorf will be crucial for us to further our mission for years to come.’”
Read More: The Garden City News
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