Welcome Back Paideia Alumni
This section of the Paideia website was designed with you in mind! We hope our website allows you to continue to make lifelong connections among our Paideia alumni family. Alumni are always welcome to visit Paideia. In fact, we encourage it! Interested in attending a concert? Want to root a team on to victory? Find out what is going on and when by viewing the Paideia calendar of events found on the home page. Alumni are important to Paideia. There is always a place for you here.
Shivani Beall ’16, who played soccer at Emory University for four years, has been selected as the University Athletic Association’s representative for the 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year Award. Congratulations Shivani!
All hands on deck as Miranda Knowles '00, Liz Leon '08, Bess Renjilian '17, Josie Veal '17, Virginia Davis '17, Kaya Wurtzel '17 and Izzy Pitman '18 collaborate on projects (six feet apart of course) at two growing sites off campus. Paideia’s Urban Agriculture Program allows alumni and students to connect in a belief that communities can work together to build vibrant and participatory local food systems that address the unequal distribution of healthy food.
Emily Green '01 won a 2020 Pulitzer Prize in audio reporting for a story aired on This American Life about the impact of the Trump administration's remain in Mexico policy on asylum seekers. The award was the first ever given for audio journalism. Click here to listen to the report and congratulations Emily!
Click here to see a list of alumni fighting this virus everyday along with artwork and words of encouragement from the Python community. Your dedication, commitment and courage deserve our deepest gratitude and admiration.
Caitlin McClure '02