Alumnae, Parents, & Friends

With a history of more than 125 years, the Chatham Hall community of alumnae, parents, and friends comprise one of our greatest assets. Our community is actively engaged with the School in support of our students and faculty through participation in campus activities, attendance at regional events, and as donors. The semi-annual publication of Chatham Hall's magazine, the Chat, keeps constituents apprised of the wonderful accomplishments of our School, graduates, and latest campus news.

Meet the Staff

List of 7 members.

  • Carmen  Garcia 

  • Photo of Christine Knight

    Christine Knight 

    Chief Advancement Officer
  • Photo of Danielle  DuCré

    Danielle  DuCré 

    Major Gifts Officer
  • Photo of William "Tell" Fritzler

    William "Tell" Fritzler 

    Director of Annual Giving
  • Photo of Cathy LaDuke

    Cathy LaDuke 

    Associate Director of Young Alumnae Engagement; Keeper of Traditions
  • Photo of Amy Blair

    Amy Blair 

    Advancement Associate: Alumnae Relations, Parent Relations, PAC, & Events
  • Adina Blake 

    Director of Advancement Services and Donor Relations


If you'd like to speak with someone about setting up a visit or making a gift to our School, the Chatham Hall Office of Advancement is here to help.

Reunion is held each spring for classes celebrating anniversaries of their graduation. Come back to campus, catch up with faculty and friends, and see what's new at Chatham Hall!

Interested in supporting the School? We can get you started with a one-time donation of any amount, help you set up a transfer of stock market shares or gifts in kind, or counsel you on making a bequest in your will or creating a charitable remainder trust. If you're considering a gift to support our school, but aren't sure where to start, we would be glad to talk with you to discuss your options.
A girls' boarding and day school in southern Virginia, Chatham Hall prepares girls for college and for productive lives. Our innovative academic program offers advanced courses, global study and travel, as well as project-based learning. We foster the intellect and character of each student and, through our Honor Code, live in a community of trust. Grounded in its Episcopal heritage, the school welcomes students of all faiths and backgrounds.
800 Chatham Hall Circle | Chatham, VA 24531 | 434.432.2941 |