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The Power of Ten

The Power of Ten is Lincoln School’s signature alumnae-led fundraising initiative. Launched by Head of School, Sophie Glenn Lau ’88, Power of Ten members make an annual $10K+ commitment to Lincoln that is marked for the Lincoln Fund, ensuring that the Lincoln experience is truly exceptional for each and every student.

The Lincoln Fund is one of the key reasons for Lincoln School’s strong financial position, especially during uncertain times. These funds allow us to make sure the Lincoln experience is truly exceptional by helping to cover the gap between tuition and the actual cost to educate each and every student. 

As giving is one of the most powerful initiatives our alumnae can consistently prioritize and drive, The Power of Ten community models this commitment. As such, the Power of Ten is the catalyst for resources, by and for women and girls, with a goal of leading philanthropic giving at Lincoln School.

The Power of Ten community models the impact of giving by women for women. Together, we are investing boldly in Lincoln to ensure its strength and leadership, now and long into the future. Together, through the Power of Ten, we can do more! For more information, please contact Lincoln's Director of Advancement, Erica Busillo Adams at or 401-455-1168 x1168.


Current Power of Ten Members

Kim Sprague Anderson '80
Kathrin Pagonis Belliveau ’86
Martha Boss Bennett ’85
Mari Marchionte Bianco ’97
Donna Paolino Coia ’70
Megan Murray Craigen ’93
Helena Buonanno Foulkes ’82
Gail Auslander Ginnetty ’64
Mary Borah Gorman ’79
Laurel Davis Huber ’69
Jane Palestine Jamieson ’71
Dione Dickenson Kenyon ’72
Sophie Glenn Lau ’88
Ellie Mahoney Loughlin ’85
Paula Murray McNamara ’80
Suzanne Young Murray ’58
Mary Lioce Narvell ’75
Mih-Ho Cha Neenan ’81
Nancy Nahigian Tavitian ’82

I am happy and honored to be at the center of the Power of Ten initiative—a group of dedicated alumnae coming together to power the potential of the next generation of Lincoln School leaders.

- Sophie Glenn Lau '88, Current Head of School

Invest in Girls and Give them the Advantage

80% of girls school students

feel academically challenged versus 44% in co-educational environments.

93% of girls school students 

are offered greater leadership opportunities than co-educational peers.

80% of girls school graduates

have held professional leadership positions since leaving campus.

Girls school graduates are 6x more likely

to matriculate to math, science, engineering, and technology degrees and careers.