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G.O.L.D. = ‘Graduates of the Last Decade’
Young Alumni Giving Society

In an effort to increase alumni participation in giving to the annual fund, the Greensboro Day School Alumni Association has established the G.O.L.D. Society.  G.O.L.D. stands for ‘Graduates of the Last Decade,’ meaning our youngest alumni (in 2021, this includes the classes of 2011-2020). While giving young alumni special recognition for their gifts, we hope that the G.O.L.D. Society will educate our young alumni so that they become lifelong supporters of the school.

Membership in the G.O.L.D. Society recognizes alumni who graduated in the last 10 years who have made a gift of any amount to the GDS Annual Fund.  It will culminate with the class who celebrates their 10 year reunion and special recognition will be given to alumni who have been members of the G.O.L.D Society all 10 years since graduation.  As a member of the G.O.L.D. Society, young alumni will become part of a vital support system for GDS’s pursuit of excellence. Through their vision and generosity, young alumni will be an inspiration to others.

Benefits may include recognition in school publications, a dedicated staff liaison, a monthly e-newsletter, a G.O.L.D. Society car decal, and invitations to events.

Matching Gifts are counted toward your membership in the G.O.L.D Society.  

All gifts made prior to March 31st will be include in our annual Class Giving Competition.  What better way to show that your class is the best!

To join the G.O.L.D. Society, visit our online giving page. For more information, please contact Director of Alumni Programs, Michael Sumner ’04.

The Impact of Giving to the Annual Fund: 
  • On Students — You enhance GDS’s unique and highly personal learning environment, which empowers our Bengals to exercise their academic, artistic and athletic talents.
  • On Campus — You support GDS’s inspiring physical environment and, more importantly, the people who bring it to life.
  • On Community — You bolster the partnerships and programs that advance GDS's impact within and beyond the physical structures.

Membership:
  • Any gift amount by graduates from the last 10 years equals membership into the G.O.L.D. Society

Members of the G.O.L.D Society

2011
Alec Bankhead
Kathryn Brassfield
Tory Calkins
Liz Obermeyer Carley
Chris Duda
Lillian Evans
Allie Glenn
Ben Howard
Katelyn Powers Ingle
Charlie Keeley
Aleksandar Korda
Andrew Magod
Dajana Milicevic
John Perry
Nicole Powers
Alex Procton
George Russell
Sophia Schermerhorn
Lucy Smith
Joel Teah
Alex Walthall
Lane Zuraw

2012
Sarah Bankhead
Matheson Brady
Samantha Brookshire
David Burick
Jake Burns
Sydney Cone
Dixon Crews
Charles Dick
Carson Dubose
Stephanie Hemphill
Allie Knowles
Cameron Lemley
Gena Medoff
Colleen Paterson
Haley Peck
Alex Rosenbower
Chase Templeton
Annie Tewkesbury
Kimberly Hundgen Young

2013
Sarah Carter Jessup

2014
William Armstrong
Kullen Clark
Nick Nelson
Eric Rosenbower
Josh Siar
Janse Schermerhorn
Zac Schner
Ethan Smith
Reid Smith
Grayson Thompson

2015
Addy Anderson
Beau Burns
Lucy Dunham
Katerina Forbis
Annalise Graves
Aerin Hickey
Sarah Kahn
Zack Kearney
Libby Knowles
Jonas Procton
Carleigh Roach
Zoe Rosen

2016
Jacob Dubs
Anna Gilbert
Katie Glaser
Matthew Hudson
Jake Keeley

2017
Connor Haggarty
Peter Gresens, Jr.
Will Groce
Ally Majestic
Nan Perry
Tony Wu
Will Zhang

2018
Harrison Akin
Ellie Baldwin
Mahlon Brady
Cynthia Cote
Jack Delligatti
Edmund Kayhko
Andy King
Ian McIvor
Cayden Price
Gray Rucker
Grace Ruffin
Kelsey Saunders
Carlie Snyder
Lauren Whitley
Morgan Winstead

2019
Katie Barton
Catherine Olin
Zack Risdon
Pierce Rohlfing
Lindsay Rucker

2020
Chris Bair
Fulton Bell
Max Criscuolo
Caroline Doss
Lisa Fang
Cate Gwinnett
Atticus Head
Madison Howard
Morgan Jones
Audrey Kim
Avery Love
Brooks Olin
Cason Pierce
Kayla Rafkin
Hanes Robinson
Cameron Somerville
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