We are thrilled to share that Head of School Penny Evins has been appointed to the Board of Trustees of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS). NAIS is a nonprofit membership association that exists to empower independent schools and the students they serve in the United States and abroad. St. Paul's School for Girls is one of the more than 1,500 independent schools that benefit from the association's research and trend analysis, leadership and governance guidance, and professional development opportunities.
Penny joins 19 fellow thought leaders and educational innovators on the NAIS Board of Trustees and is one of only two new members voted in this year. Her transformative leadership and commitment to advancing the SPSG mission during her six years as Head of School has not only strengthened our community but has earned national recognition for St. Paul's School for Girls.
"NAIS is the source for catalytic thinking and connections with a diverse range of independent schools around the world," shared Penny. "Service to the NAIS is a humbling prospect, and I am honored to represent the faculty and staff who have educated me and the schools I have called and will call home throughout my journey as a professional educator."
Please join the SPSG community in congratulating Penny on this tremendous honor and achievement.