The Bryn Mawr School Announces New Upper School Director

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Current Middle School Director Jennifer Galambos, Ed.D., named to the position.

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Jennifer Galambos, Ed.D.

“Dr. Galambos has proved to be an extraordinarily talented educational leader and faculty mentor,” said Maureen E. Walsh, Headmistress.

Today The Bryn Mawr School announced the appointment of Jennifer C. Galambos, Ed.D., to the position of Upper School Director as of July 1, 2012. Dr. Galambos currently serves as Bryn Mawr’s Middle School Director, having joined the school in 2008.

“Dr. Galambos has proved to be an extraordinarily talented educational leader and faculty mentor,” said Maureen E. Walsh, Headmistress. “We are fortunate that she has already served Bryn Mawr with distinction.”

Dr. Galambos is a Baltimorean who graduated from the Friends School in 1984 and attended Franklin & Marshall College. She went on to earn a Master’s in Educational Leadership at Loyola College of Maryland and a doctorate in Organization and Leadership at Teachers College of Columbia University. Since her start in education, Dr. Galambos has been deeply involved with young people as a history teacher, athletics coach, and, for the last twenty years, as an administrator.

Previously in leadership roles at The Bullis School in Potomac, Md., and Greens Farms Academy in Westport, Conn., Dr. Galambos brings a wide range of experiences as an educator to her next assignment in the Upper School. Dr. Galambos will succeed Upper School Director Susan Solberg, who will be retiring this summer after twenty years with Bryn Mawr.

About The Bryn Mawr School
The Bryn Mawr School in Baltimore, MD, is an independent, nonsectarian, college-preparatory school for girls from preschool through grade twelve. Within a nurturing environment, Bryn Mawr's rigorous academic curriculum inspires a passion for intellectual curiosity and emphasizes the delights and demands of learning. In the classical humanistic tradition, Bryn Mawr promotes the full development of mind, body, and spirit. The school cultivates respect for diversity and engenders habits of moral and ethical leadership and a sense of responsibility to the broader community. For more information, visit http://www.BrynMawrSchool.org.

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