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  • October

    Q&A with Henry Katz ’19: From All School President to White House Intern

    Ali Schwartz ’10
    Shipley All School President Henry Katz ’19, graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in May with a BA in Political Communication. This summer, he served as an intern at The White House in the Office of Scheduling and Advance, and has recently started a new position as a Political Strategist at Schoen Cooperman Research in New York City.
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  • April

    Carter Barnhart ’10: Making Mental Health Care More Accessible

    Carter Barnhart ’10 is the co-founder and CEO of Charlie Health, with the goal of providing high-quality, personalized mental health treatment to a broader population through a virtual intensive outpatient program (IOP) that combines group, individual, and family therapy sessions delivered entirely online. In 2022, Carter was named to Inc. Magazine’s Female Founders 100 list for her work to rapidly grow Charlie Health.
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  • Helen “Honey” Beuf ’78: Turning Grief Into Action

    Aaron Dalton '94
    When Helen “Honey” Beuf ’78 lost her daughter to suicide, she turned her grief into action. Working with a good friend who is a movie producer, Honey and her other daughter, Tess, decided to produce a documentary film called My Sister Liv. In making the film, Honey says she became aware of unmet needs of kids in learning about suicide prevention and mental health.
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  • February

    Aki Garrett ’00: A Gator’s Mentality

    Matthew Spencer '23
    Media executive and business builder Akinwole "Aki" Garrett '00 credits Shipley with providing a drive for excellence and the tools for achieving success, as well as an interest in serving the communities he's a part of. Luckily for Shipley, Aki gives back to the School in big ways, like serving as a member of the Board of Trustees and the Alumni Council.
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The Shipley School is a private, coeducational day school for pre-kindergarten through 12th grade students, located in Bryn Mawr, PA. Through our commitment to educational excellence, we develop within each student a love of learning and a desire for compassionate participation in the world.