The Winsor Promise, the school's groundbreaking campaign, came to a close on October 15, 2016, with the announcement of $81.4 million in gifts and pledges. More than 3,500 Winsor alumnae, parents, parents of alumnae, grandparents, faculty and staff, and friends contributed to the historic effort.
The newly named David E. and Stacey L. Goel Theater recognizes both the generosity of the Goel family and their deep belief in the arts and the power of theaters as educational spaces.
In fall 2016, the latest Promise Update featured a conversation with David and Stacey Goel P'23, both active philanthropists and generous and keenly committed contributors to Promise. They spoke passionately about their family's Winsor experience and their philosophy when it comes to giving.
In this Promise Update profile, Clare Hawthorne '02 reflects on her many reasons for supporting her school, including "how much Winsor set me up for success in my career, my life."
At May 21's epic celebration, the chair of the trustees unveiled a special tribute to Winsor's retiring head of school: the naming of Rachel Friis Stettler Hall. "The main hall that greets visitors to Winsor, and the former site of our assembly that you have preserved and built upon, will carry your name," Allison Kaneb Pellegrino '89, '21, '22, announced. "Spanning the old and the new, its three floors...will remind us of the breadth of your vision."