The National Center for Girls’ Leadership at Stuart is charged with delivering the mission to prepare girls for lives of exceptional leadership and service. It has been said that some people are born leaders. We believe that leadership can be cultivated and developed through an exploration of leadership theory, the development of leadership skills and qualities, and the application of this knowledge. Established in 2015, the National Center for Girls' Leadership at Stuart (NCGLS) works to support and empower the next generation of female leaders both in Stuart’s community and nationally. Through research, professional programming, and thought leadership from students, faculty and staff, the NCGLS serves as a resource to parents, students and educators throughout the world.
NCGLS Advisory Board
The mission and purpose of the National Center for Girls' Leadership at Stuart Advisory Board is to facilitate networking, exchange ideas and suggest ways to enhance the programming, presence and outreach of the National Center for Girls’ Leadership at Stuart.
Marissa Muoio, Ed.D.
Head of Upper School and Director of the NCGLS
Elizabeth M. Armstrong
Associate Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs at Princeton University
Stephanie A. Champi ’12
Strategic Thought-Partner for Educational Equity
Marc Chennault P'27,'25
Senior Advisor of WasteFuel Global, Inc.
Kimberly Cook-Chennault P'27,'25
Associate Professor in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at Rutgers University
Paul Chirik P’26
Edwards S. Sanford Professor of Chemistry at Princeton University
Megan K. McCarthy, Ph.D.
Director of Advancement at the Rosenbach Museum & Library
Elena Shevliakova P'27
Senior Climate Modeler of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
Annie Soler, Ed.D. ’02
VP of Programs and Strategic Growth, Techbridge Girls
Catherine van Kampen, Esq. ’84
Senior Counsel at Bernstein Litowitz Berger and Grossmann LLP
The Harris B. Siegel Fund for Student Leadership
The expansion of our leadership programs has been made possible by the Harris B. Siegel Fund for Student Leadership, established by Patricia Costante and Stephanie Champi ’12. Their generous gift was given to Stuart in gratitude for Mr. Siegel, a long time director of college counseling.