Stewart '04 & Brooks '16 Join Alumnae Council

Paula Stewart ‘04 and Imani Brooks ‘16 began their terms on the Chatham Hall Alumnae Council in July 2022. Learn more about our newest members:
Paula Stewart ‘04 serves as a mental health clinician and resides in Memphis, Tenn with her husband, daughters, and dog. Following her time at Chatham Hall, she earned a bachelor's degree in psychology and international relations from Suffolk University follow by a master's in mental health counseling and behavioral medicine from Boston University School of Medicine.

Imani Brooks ‘16
earned a B.A. in international and global studies at Emory University and is currently enrolled at the American University Washington College of Law. While a student at Chatham Hall she founded the Girl Up club and spoke about the experience as a member of the keynote panel of the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools (NCGS) 2020 conference. In 2021 she served as the keynote speaker of Chatham Hall’s GIRLS’ Day, discussing her involvement with Girl Up and the stepping stones of her life. During her first semester at American, Brooks was awarded the J. Franklyn Bourne Annual Scholarship from the J. Franklyn Bourne Bar Association, Inc. and was a "My Life as a Lawyer” scholarship winner of the Corporate Counsel Women of Color. Brooks has also served as a judicial extern at U.S. District Court Maryland, Southern Division, and a legal intern with the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights. Most recently, Brooks was the recipient of Chatham Hall’s inaugural Leader on the Rise Award in spring 2022.

Welcome to the Alumnae Council, Paula and Imani!
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Day and boarding school for girls grades 9 -12 in the Episcopal tradition.

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