Over 6,000 strong and scattered across the DC region, the country, and the world, our alumnae are accomplished, talented women of faith, vision, and purpose who are making their mark and making a difference.

"Visi Views" Alumnae Newsletter

Fall 2016
Columbus Day Service, Alumnae Profile: Catie Carter '05, alumnae news & more 

Summer 2016
Summer Career Development Series, Alumnae Profile: Stephany Greene '86, alumnae news & more

Winter 2016 
Salesian Spirituality, Alumna Profile: Alums Who Serve & alumnae news and events

Fall 2015
New Dining Room dedicated, Alumnae Profile: Isabel Meyer Calonder '66, past alumnae events & more

Summer 2015 
Summer Mentor Program, Alumnae Profile: Laura Spanton Wharton '79, Summer at Visi & more

Winter 2015
MLK, Jr. Service Day, Alumnae Profile: Genevieve Ryan '07 & more

Fall 2014
Sr. Berchmans Salesian Thought, Profile: Principal Mary Kate Blaine, Networking App & more

Spring 2014 
Head of School Update, Career Day, Alumnae Profile: Trish Gates '86 & more

Fall 2013
Alumnae Profile: Barbara Tappan Black '84, Alums speak at Founders Day & more

Spring 2013 
New school website, Career Day, alumnae accolades, Mrs. Elliot award & more 


Alumnae News

  • Louise Burke Whalen '67

    Rowan ’57, Whalen ’67, Wach ’82 Honored with Alumnae Awards

    Posted May 26, 2017

    At Reunion, three alumnae were honored with awards for their service and dedication. Anne Cotter Rowan ’57 was given the Margaret Mary Sheerin Award for her dedication to Visitation. Kathleen “Kitty” Wach ’82 and Louise Burke Whalen ’67 were honored with St. Jane de Chantal Service Awards for their service to others.

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  • Google's Susan Rajnic Paperini ’93 Gives Keynote at Junior Career Day

    Posted April 7, 2017

    Nearly 60 alumnae came back to Visitation to share their advice, support, and stories with the Class of 2018. In her keynote, Google staffer Susan Rajnic Paperini ’93 told students to be confident that they can do anything.

    “You have to make sure you cultivate that voice inside you that tells you ‘you can do it,’ that tells you ‘you can learn and solve any problem you want,’” said Susan.

    She encouraged juniors to learn to recognize the difference between intuition and fear in their own heads and hearts. “Your intuition is never going to tell you you can’t do something,” she said. “If you hear a voice saying ‘I can’t do that’…I want you to recognize that is probably the voice of fear.” Trust your intuition, because you can do anything, she said.

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