Notable Alumnae & Alumni
Joshua Parker M‘10,a teacher at Baltimore County's
Windsor Mill Middle School and Maryland's 2012
Teacher of the Year.
Mark Murphy M'02 is the Secretary of Education
for the State of Delaware.
Law & Government
Judge Audrey Carrion ’81, the first Hispanic woman
elected to the Circuit Court of Baltimore City.
Karen Stakem Hornig,’80, Executive Director,
The National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR)
L. Paige Marvel, '71, senior judge of the
United States Tax Court.
Sheri Booker '04, author of Nine Years Under:
Coming of Age in an Inner-City Funeral Home,
a memoir centered on the funeral home in
West Baltimore where she began working
when she was 15.
Kathleen Ford '66, author of over 40 stories,
her work has appeared in Yankee, Redbook,
Ladies' Home Journal, Woman's World, and in
magazines such as Southern Review, V
irginia Quarterly Review, Antioch Review,
North American Review, and Sewanee Review.
Shelley Puhak '97, Notre Dame's
Sister Maura Eichner Professor of English
and winner of the 2010 Towson Prize for
Literature, the 2011 Stephen Dunn Prize
in Poetry and the 2013 Anthony Hecht Prize.
Kit Reed '54, has authored 28 novels,
2 collections, 2 anthologies and hundreds
of short stories. Her latest work is
"The Story Until Now," a short story
collection published in 2013.
Dr. Susan Love ‘70, world-renowned
breast cancer surgeon and best-selling
author of "Dr. Susan Love's Breast Book."
Mary Corey ‘85, the first woman
to lead The Baltimore Sun's newsroom
as director of content.
Eileen O'Neill ‘88, group president at
Discovery and TLC networks, named one
of the 25 most powerful women in Hollywood
by Hollywood Reporter.
Trina Robinson '84, Emmy Award-winning
journalist and meteorologist, is an anchor
on the evening news at NBC6-TV in Miami.
Elizabeth Paschel Hoisington '40, first female
Brigadier General in the United States Army.
Julia Bachman, '04, is a researcher at
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine's
Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Julia's
work on long-term memory has been called
"groundbreaking" and was published in 2013
in the prominent scientific journal Nature.
LaVida Cooper '03, NASA electronics engineer
and Black Engineer of the Year (BEYA) Science,
Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
(STEM) Award winner.