In celebration of Women’s History Month, Trinity-Pawling School will share stories on our social media platforms about some of the wonderful women who have impacted our community.

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To kick-off the celebration today, we are spotlighting the first lady of Trinity-Pawling: Jennifer Taylor.

When Jennifer and Bill returned to campus this summer, they returned to a home 27 years in the making.

Jennifer first arrived at Trinity-Pawling in the summer of 1988. She and Bill moved into the Barracks and welcomed their son Wilson. They relocated to East Dorm the following summer and served as freshman dorm parents there for the next seven years.

Jennifer taught in the language program until 1991, taking a year off from work to be at home with their son and new daughter, Allyson. In the summer of 1993, Jennifer returned to work, serving as the Editor of the Trinity-Pawling magazine, a position she held until 2001. During that time, Jennifer also assumed the role as Director of Alumni and Parent Relations. She worked with alumni from all over the country, including many who had been her former students and residents.

Wearing many hats during her first tenure at Trinity-Pawling School, Jennifer developed meaningful relationships with alumni, parents, and fellow faculty members that endure today. We want to thank our dedicated first lady for all that she has contributed to this community and for the many lives she continues to impact. Jennifer, you make the PRIDE stronger.