Alumnae Association & Board


Our alumnae are over 6,000 strong. Across the D.C. region, country, and globe, they are living embodiments of our mission, serving their communities, boldly confronting challenges, and working to improve the world around them.

Every graduate is a member of the Visitation Alumnae Assosciation. Representing these many women of faith, vision, and purpose is our Alumnae Association Board. This vibrant community of graduates meets regularly on campus, serving as a voice for alumnae, helping plan events, and much more.

The Board is always looking for new volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering or finding out more, please contact Alumnae Relations Director Suzie Koones Egan '79 at or 202-337-3350, x2274.


Interested in starting an alumnae chapter in your area?

Contact Alumnae Director Suzie Koones Egan '79 at or 202-787-5679.

Mission Statement

The Georgetown Visitation Alumnae Association was founded in 1893 by a group of loyal graduates who wished to establish an organization that would enable them to maintain the spiritual bonds and friendships they had established with the Sisters, the faculty, and one another during their years at the school.

The Association continues to serve its members through annual reunions, educational and spiritual programs, and Alumnae Association-sponsored gatherings. The Association also promotes the alumnae as a resource that can help Visitation reach its educational, fundraising, and other goals in accordance with the school’s mission statement.

We move toward these goals, fortified by the spiritual and educational values that helped to form us during our years at Visitation, and by the abiding friendships through which we continue to share these values.