Affinity groups are comprised of alumnae/i with shared interests. Below is a contact list of groups that are currently active. Don't see what your looking for? Contact Cynthia Washington at the Alumnae Association to get one started!

McBride Alumnae Affinity Group

For alumnae who attended Bryn Mawr as members of the Katharine E. McBride Scholars Program for nontraditional aged undergraduates. This affinity group is organized with elected leadership for the purposes of providing opportunities for "McBrides" to stay connected with each other and informed about the College.

The Golden Sages

The Golden Sages is a local group of Bryn Mawr College alumnae who have celebrated their 50th reunion.  Under the organization of a planning committee, the group gathers several times a year for lectures, outings, luncheons and more, often with Haverford Scarlet Sages and Swarthmore Garnet Sages. Contact Janet Henderson '57 for further information.

Black Alumnae/i of Bryn Mawr College (BABMC)

The current mission of the BABMC affinity group is to provide opportunities for Black undergraduate and graduate alumnae/i to reunite and to promote their engagement with the college, affirming their commitment to the further development of the institution. Contact Trudell Knox '03, President at for further information.

GSSWSR Black Alumnae/i Network

A resource for Black alumnae/i of the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research to stay connected and support each other through professional networking. Contact Tawana Ford Sabbath M.S.S. '71, Ph.D. '86 for further information.

Latin@ Alumnae of Bryn Mawr College

The Latin@ Alumnae affinity group is comprised of alumnae who identify as Hispanic or Latin@. With the help of group members, the executive board strives to serve the Bryn Mawr Latin@ community by supporting current students, both personally and in their organizing efforts on campus; creating a space to encourage professional networking and career mentorship; and effecting change with regard to the College’s policy and programming. Contact Joanna Pinto-Coelho '09 for more information. You can also follow us on Twitter.