Jan 1, 2022

updated Jan 9, 2022

Welcome Lynn Zuckerman

Alum returns to help advance Miss Hall’s into the future

Ushering in the new year, we are pleased to (re)introduce Lynn Zuckerman ’88 as the newest member of the Miss Hall’s Advancement Team.

Lynn holds a Master’s Degree in Education and Human Development, has valuable experience in undergraduate and graduate admissions, and brings outstanding interpersonal and communication skills to her role as Director of Leadership Giving. Her passion for girl-centered education and love of Miss Hall’s as a member of the Class of 1988, sister of Stuart ’84, and mom of Eden ’24 are tremendous assets in working with alums, telling our story, and engaging others in support of Miss Hall’s.

In her new position, Lynn reports to Director of Advancement Merritt Colaizzi and serves as a key liaison to alums, family, and friends. She also plays a significant role in the overall success of fundraising at the School, ensuring that a new generation of women become bold, creative contributors to the common good.

Lynn with beloved math teacher and tennis coach Jim Ervin

Founded in 1898 — the first girls’ boarding school in Massachusetts — Miss Hall's School is recognized internationally for its leadership-forward curriculum and inclusive community. Miss Hall’s is committed to its mission of inspiring and encouraging each student to pursue the highest standards of learning and character; contribute boldly and creatively to the common good; and to seek a purposeful life based on honor, respect, growth, and personal authenticity. Guided by this mission and sharpened by daily practice, Miss Hall’s continuously reimagines girl-centered education to foster a pioneering intellectual spirit and authentic engagement among students and adults. Located in the Berkshires, the School currently enrolls 178 girls in grades 9-12, with students from 24 countries living and learning together as global citizens.

You can reach Lynn at lzuckerman@misshalls.org.