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  • SOGA Send-Off 2015
  • Centennial Homecoming Weekend
  • Grad blankets given during the SOGA Send-Off
  • Centennial Young Alumna Distinction Award

Study Old Girls' Association (SOGA)

The Study Old Girls' Association is now on Facebook! Click on the Facebook logo or search for the SOGA Network and join our growing network of Old Girl friends.

Looking to develop your professional network? SOGA has set up a group on Linkedin, as well! Also called the SOGA Network, this newly formed group will quickly grow into a resource for all Study Old Girls. Click on the logo to join today!

2015-2016 SOGA Activities: 

  • Centennial Homecoming Weekend (October 23 to 25, 2015)
  • SOGA Annual General Meeting (October 24, 2015)
  • Young Alum Sports & Pub Night (tba)
  • SOGA Speaker Series (Ongoing)
  • Speed Mentoring (April 1, 2016)
  • SOGA Toronto Chapter Get-together (tba)
  • SOGA Moms & Tots Playdate (tba)
  • SOGA Spring-Kick Off (tba)
  • Building a SOGA presence on Facebook & Linkedin (Ongoing)
  • SOGA Lunch & Send-Off for the graduating class (June 7, 2016)

2015-2016 SOGA Executive:

  • President - Erika Flores Ludwick '88
  • Vice-President - Paulina Flores Rutenberg '90
  • Treasurer - Suzanne Barwick '79
  • Alumnae Prefect - Victoria Sebag '16 
  • Officer (Expansion & Events) - Isabel Valenta '03
  • Officer (Expansion & Events) -  Sarah Nemec '08
  • Officer (Expansion & Events) -  Joanna Miceli '08
  • Officer (Communications) - Christine Connolly '03
  • Officer (Communications) - Sophie Chabanne-Sailbang '10 
  • Officer (Administration) - Pattie Edwards, Director of Alumnae Relations
  • Officer (Administration) - Katie Kostiuk '96, Director of Advancement

There are more than 2,500 Study Old Girls living in 26 countries around the world and working in every conceivable industry. Your fellow Old Girls include world-famous architects, musicians, doctors, lawyers, authors, Olympic athletes and Rhodes scholars. The Study Old Girls' Association (SOGA) exists to support that network and help prepare our current students for life after The Study.

The SOGA Mission

The Study Old Girls' Association aims to foster and maintain a lifelong bond between The Study and alumnae (Old Girls) through social, professional and fundraising initiatives that reflect the unique values and vitality of the school, and that allow Old Girls to remain connected to a strong, global Study community.

The SOGA Vision

SOGA's mission will be achieved by building the following three pillars:

Community

  • SOGA will initiate and support efforts that will allow Old Girls to maintain a strong social connection with The Study and each other, and will inspire them to continue to be involved with the school community. We connect with current Study girls to steward their initiation into SOGA and ensure an immediate sense of community post-graduation.

Network

  • SOGA will initiate and support efforts that will help Old Girls to further their professional endeavours by providing valuable and extensive networking opportunities and mentorship programs.

Advancement

  • SOGA will initiate and support efforts that will enable Old Girls to give back to The Study through fundraising initiatives that aim to improve the long-term standing of the school, The Study School Foundation and SOGA.
 
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Pattie Edwards
Director of Alumnae Relations
Tel: 514-935-9352 ext. 229
pedwards@thestudy.qc.ca